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Nearly 100 electrified models slated to arrive through 2022
The plug-ins are coming. Will anyone buy them?
Tesla's electric vehicles, plus the Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Bolt make up a tiny fraction of U.S. light-vehicle sales. But they'll have plenty of competition in the next two years, with more than 60 electric and plug-in hybrid models slated to reach dealerships through 2020.
Ford Motor Co. is making a serious push into electrified vehicles, committing to spend $11 billion on a product blitz beginning with a Mustang-inspired crossover EV due in 2020. It seeks to have 40 hybrids and EVs on the market by 2022.
General Motors, meanwhile, has laid out plans for more than 20 EVs globally by 2023. Nissan plans to launch eight new EVs by early 2023 and electrify most of Infiniti's lineup starting in 2021.
Plenty of startups are trying to horn in on the fledgling EV market as well. Faraday Future seeks to begin production of an ultraluxury EV early next year, and Lucid Motors last month secured a $1 billion investment from Saudi Arabia to help make a 1,000-hp car with a 400-mile range a reality in 2020.
Here are nearly 100 plug-in vehicles that Automotive News has reported to be in the product pipeline and expected to debut through 2022.
See the full list of new models on autonews.com