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Coming at Tesla, in various sizes:

Audi e-tron

ETA: 2018

The Audi e-tron prototype.

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To be revealed at the end of August, the SUV with a 95 kWh battery is expected to have a range of 400 km (European testing). Early indications are that the price will be higher than the I-Pace.

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Mini Electric

ETA: 2019

Mini will present an all-electric series-production model in 2019.

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Already with 10 electric vehicles in production, up next for BMW is the Mini being engineered for urban driving. Range and battery size unknown at this point. BMW made 600 prototypes 10 years ago for testing purposes.

Mercedes-Benz EQC SUV

ETA: End of 2019

The new Mercedes-Benz EQC will be the brand’s first fully electric EQ model.

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Similar in proportions to the current GLC, the EQ’s predicted range is 400 km on a single charge with acceleration expected to be on par with the I-Pace’s zero-to 100 km/h in less than five seconds.

Porsche Taycan

ETA: Late 2019/early 2020

The Taycan is the first vehicle out of the Mission E series.

Porsche

The name for the first vehicle out of the Mission E series is derived from the Oriental expression, lively young horse. It’s a four-seater sports car with a projected range of 500 km and zero-to-100 km/h acceleration of 3.5 seconds.

VW ID Crozz

ETA: 2020

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The VW ID Crozz will have twin electric motors.

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The crossover with twin electric motors (150 kw rear wheels, 75 kw front wheels) will have a range of nearly 500 km, VW said at the Los Angeles Auto Show. It’s the first of 15 battery vehicles planned by 2025.

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