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EV Audi

EV cars brands like Audi offers a range of electric vehicles (EVs) as part of its lineup. Here are some notable EVs from Audi:

  1. Audi e-tron: The Audi e-tron is an all-electric SUV that was one of Audi’s first entries into the electric vehicle market. It offers a spacious interior, advanced technology features, and a range of around 200-250 miles (depending on the variant).
  2. Audi e-tron GT: The Audi e-tron GT is a luxury electric sedan that combines impressive performance with a sleek design. It shares its platform with the Porsche Taycan and offers a range of up to 238 miles (depending on the variant).
  3. Audi Q4 e-tron: The Audi Q4 e-tron is a compact electric SUV that offers a balance of practicality and electric performance. It comes in both standard SUV and coupe-like Sportback variants and offers a range of around 200-250 miles (depending on the variant).
  4. Audi Q4 e-tron GT: The Audi Q4 e-tron GT is a more affordable electric sedan compared to the e-tron GT. It features a stylish design, advanced technology, and offers a range of around 200-250 miles (depending on the variant).

Audi is actively expanding its electric vehicle lineup, and more models are expected to be introduced in the future. It’s worth noting that specific details such as range and features can vary depending on the model and variant of the Audi EV.

EV BMW

BMW offers several electric vehicles (EVs) as part of its electric mobility lineup. Here are some notable BMW EVs:

  1. BMW i3: The BMW i3 is a compact electric car designed for urban commuting. It features a distinctive design, lightweight construction, and offers a range of around 153 miles (depending on the variant). The i3 is also available with an optional range-extender (REx) engine.
  2. BMW i4: The BMW i4 is an all-electric sedan that combines BMW’s sporty characteristics with electric power. It offers a sleek design, impressive performance, and a range of up to 300 miles (depending on the variant).
  3. BMW iX3: The BMW iX3 is an all-electric SUV based on the popular X3 model. It offers a spacious interior, practicality of an SUV, and a range of up to 285 miles (depending on the variant).
  4. BMW iX: The BMW iX is a fully electric SUV that represents BMW’s flagship electric model. It features a futuristic design, advanced technology, and offers a range of up to 300 miles (depending on the variant).
  5. BMW i8: While not a fully electric vehicle, the BMW i8 is a plug-in hybrid sports car that combines an electric motor with a combustion engine. It offers impressive performance, striking design, and limited electric-only range.

BMW is committed to expanding its electric vehicle lineup and has plans to introduce more electric models in the future. It’s worth noting that specific details such as range and features can vary depending on the model and variant of the BMW EV.

EV Delorean

Nearly 40 years after going defunct, DeLorean is set to return with the Alpha5, photos of which were released by the brand. The DeLorean was originally on sale from 1981 to 1983 as a 2-door sportscar. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the original DeLorean was noted for its gullwing doors and rose to fame for being featured as a time machine in the Back to the Future film series. 

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Alpha5 will start the DeLorean revival 

The rebirth of DeLorean will begin with the Alpha5 – a striking, battery-electric coupe with rakish, sportscar-style proportions, contrary to the wedge-shaped silhouette and compact footprint of the 1981 DeLorean DMC. The car will make its public debut at Pebble Beach in August, before going into production in 2024. 

Speaking to our sister publication Autocar UK, Joost de Vries said the Alpha5 will have performance to match the Mercedes amg gt and maybe the higher-end Porsche Taycans. He also added that the EV will cater more to the internal-combustion crowd than trying to become a faster Tesla Model S Plaid. 

It will go from 0-96 kph in about 3.4sec, have a top speed limited to 241kph, and a range of more than 482km on the US EPA cycle, de Vries said. However, he has been very secretive about the car’s underpinnings. “The car is being built in Italy – we’ve outsourced that – and we have some partners on the UK on the powertrain side,” said de Vries

Initially, de Vries explained that the car will be sold in a limited run of 88 units – referencing the speed needed to time-travel in the 1985 sci-fi film Back To The Future, in which the DMC was famously featured.

DeLorean Alpha5 design inspired by original car 

Although the technical details are under wraps, the design influence of the original car is clear. The slim wraparound light bars at each end nod to the brand’s 1980s heritage, while the clunky louvres over the rear window, turbine-style wheels and gullwing doors are some of the defining features taken from the original DMC. In fact, the new car has been styled by Italdesign, the Italian design house founded by Giorgetto Giugiaro, who designed the original DMC.

“In Italy, they never really stopped designing DeLoreans, which was awesome,” de Vries revealed. Looking back at sketches in the firm’s archives, company bosses “found the saloon, discussions about the coupé, a city bus and an SUV,” he said. “You would never know the firm stopped building cars.”

The DMC-12 was never meant to be a static interpretation of the brand, the brand would constantly evolve. Our icons are reimagined. DMC is and always was in constant evolution. An Icon is validated over time but to constantly reimagine mobility allows new icons to come into existence.

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