As the electric cars sector continues to grow in 2025, automakers are expanding their makes and models to capture more of the market. According to the New York Times, some automakers like Volkswagen and their other brands Audi, Porsche, Bentley, and Lamborghini, are focusing on electric cars as a way to challenge current dominant automakers in the United States

At Cartelligent, we’ve helped thousands of clients buy or lease a new car. In 2023, our top-selling models of the year included popular electric cars like the BMW i4, Volvo XC40 Recharge, and the Hyundai Ioniq 5. This year, we’ve seen some exciting new models released from Audi, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Volkswagen, Volvo, and more. Keep reading to discover the exciting new electric cars expected to be released in 2025.

Since these makes and models are expected to debut later this year or early 2025, the information below is subject to change as further announcements are made. 

2025 Audi A6 e-tron 

Audi A6 e-tron Concept Image

The A6 E-Tron, along with the Q6 e-tron, are some of the first vehicles based on the PPE modular EV platform. 

While this vehicle is still in the works, Audi has confirmed with Motor Authority that the A6 e-tron will have the option of a single-motor rear-wheel drive and a dual-motor all-wheel-drive powertrain. The A6 e-tron is expected to come fitted with a 100-kwh battery for a range of up to 300 miles. It’s expected to have a super quick charging capability, charging from 5% to 80% in 25-30 minutes.

Expected availability: later in the year or early 2025

Expected pricing: Starting at $80,000

2025 Audi Q6 e-tron 

For those looking for an electric mid-size SUV, the Audi Q6 e-tron is a great option to consider. Like the Audi A6 E-Tron, the Q6 e-tron will come equipped with the PPE modular EV platform. This means it will have an estimated range of 372 miles and come equipped with fast charging. According to Car and Driver, the all-wheel-drive Q6 e-tron makes 375 horsepower. 

Expected availability: Fall 2024

Expected pricing: Starting at $66,000

2025 BMW i4

Originally introduced in 2021, the BMW i4 will be updated with their 2025 model. While initial snapshots of 2025 BMW i4 make experts from Carscoops expect the exterior to be the same, there is speculation the EV hardware will be improved upon in the 2025 version. While details for this model have yet to be released, we expect it to have improved range.

Expected availability: July 2024

Expected pricing: Starting at $52,300

2025 Chevrolet Bolt EV

Say hello to the newly updated Chevy Bolt EV. Originally rumored to be discontinued, the updated Chevy Bolt EV is set to be released in 2025 on GM’s Ultium platform. Setup with a single-motor, the 2025 Chevy Bolt EV is expected to have 200 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to the GM Ultium platform, the battery range of 259 miles.

Expected availability: late 2024 or early 2025

Expected pricing: Starting around $30,000

2025 Chevrolet Equionx 

The 2025 Chevrolet Equionx has a new interior and exterior design. According to Car and Driver, the design makes it look like a scaled-down Traverse and comes equipped with new digital displays. The new Chevrolet Equionx will have an updated version of the turbocharged 1.5 liter four cylinder and a CVT, continuously variable automatic transmission. There will be an option to upgrade to all-wheel drive.

Expected availability: June 2024

Expected pricing: Starting around $30,000

2025 Hyundai Ioniq 7 

Debuting this June, the Hyundai Ioniq 7 is a three-row electric SUV. Hyundai was the fourth best-selling electric vehicle brand last year as well as a top-selling EV in 2023 for Cartelligent. Thanks to the brand’s efforts to open a United States manufacturing location, the Hyundai Ioniq 7 may qualify for the Federal EV Tax Credit. 

According to Car and Driver, the Ioniq 7 is expected to have a driving range exceeding 300 miles. With a 350-kW fast charger, the Ioniq 7 can allegedly charge from 10% to 80% in about 20 minutes. 

Estimated availability: middle – end of 2024 or early 2025

Estimated pricing: Around $50,000

2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5N 

Since the Ionig 5 was introduced in 2022, it has won multiple awards and a very popular model with Cartelligent clients. Thanks to the continued growth, the 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5N is expected to be an in-demand high-voltage electric car. The N division is a new high-performance addition to the Ioniq lineup with over 600 hp and the ability to adjust the power delivery according to your preference.

When it is released, the 2025 Ioniq 5N will have extremely limited availability and be in select states only. 

Estimated availability: March 2024 

Estimated pricing: Starts at $70,000

2025 Jeep Recon 

The 2025 Jeep Recon will be the brands second EV Jeep in America. Using the same STLA L platform as the Wagonner S, the Recon is estimated to have an 600hp output and a range of around 373 miles. This all-electric SUV is a great option for off-roaders who would value the Jeep Selec-Terrain management system capable of handling five terrain modes. No matter the landscape, the 2025 Jeep Recon can handle it. 

Estimated availability: Early 2025

Estimated pricing: Starting around $50,000

2025 Kia EV6

2024 Kia EV6

Kia is another favorite EV brand for Cartelligent clients, especially with 30-somethings. Released in 2021, the updated 2025 Kia EV6 is an electric compact SUV crossover. Not much is known about what the updates entail yet, and reporters at Motor Authority glimpsed signs of a redesigned headlight and a new wheel pattern. 

Estimated availability: later in the year or early 2025

Estimated pricing: Starting around $40,000

2025 Mercedes-Benz EQG

The 2025 Mercedes-Benz EQG will be the first all-electric G-Class. It’s expected to be powered by four motors, one over wheel individually controlling it, with a two-gear transmission. Some experts believe the 2025 Mercedes-Benz EQG will sport the same 107.8 kWh battery as the EQS. This all-electric version will still have the same offroad capabilities loved in the brand’s other G-Class SUVs. 

Estimated availability: later in the year or early 2025

Estimated pricing: Starting around $150,000

2025 Land Rover Range Rover EV

The 2025 Range Rover EV is expected to have up to three rows of seats, the same as the internal combustion Range Rover currently out. The new full-electric powertrain and new chassis won’t hinder any off road adventures. The 800-volt architecture is designed to allow ultra-fast charging and the all-terrain technology will let drivers wade through 33.4 inches of water.

Estimated availability: Late 2024 – early 2025

Estimated pricing: Starting around $120,000

2025 Volkswagen ID.Buzz

Photo: James Lipman

Inspired by the VW Bus, the 2025 Volkswagen ID.Buzz Microbus is a three-row electric SUV with 6 or 7 set configuration options. It comes equipped with an all-electric powertrain for rear and all-wheel-drive configurations and delivers an expected driving range of around 260 miles. When charged using a DC fast-charger, the battery should charge from 10% to 80% in roughly 30 minutes. 

Expected availability: Fall of 2024

Expected pricing: Starts at $50,000

2025 Volvo EX30

The 2025 Volvo EX30 is a smallest electric SUV and a new nameplate for the brand. It will be available in single and dual-motor versions, with the dual-motor version with a 422-hp all wheel-drive arrangement making the EX30 the quickest-accelerating vehicle so far according to Car and Driver. 

The Volvo EX30 will come with a 64.0kWh battery pack for up to 275 miles on one charge. The interior will feature Volvos recycled material upholstery and come with Volvo’s new comfortable bucket seats. 

Expected availability: Ordering opens in summer of 2024

Expected pricing: starts at $36,245

2025 Volvo EX90

Volvo EX90

The Volvo EX90 is a luxury electric SUV with 7 seats. With an electric range of up to 480 km and an estimated DC fast charging time of 30 minutes, this Volvo EX90 is a great choice for drivers looking to upgrade to an electric SUV who value comfortably and safety. 

The 2025 Volvo EX90 will showcase the next-generation driver-assistance technology. The minimalist interior design and new driver-monitoring system make this option a great choice for those who prioritize luxury, comfort, and safety. 

Expected availability: later in the year

Expect pricing: starts at $76,695 – $81,695

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