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electric cars that we're supposed to see this decade

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10 amazing electric cars we could see in the 2020s: Cybertruck, Rivian, Hippie Van and more

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Automobili Pininfarina Battista Anniversario

Last Known Launch Date: Test drives summer 2020

Projected Cost: Unknown

Coolest Feature: Its exclusivity. The car is designed to be the most powerful ever built in Italy, but only five will ever be made.

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Lightyear One

Last Known Launch Date: Mid 2021

Projected Cost: €149,000 ($164,000)

Coolest Feature: The solar panels, which add 7.5 miles of range per hour to reach an expected real-world range of up to 450 miles.

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Volkswagen ID Buzz

Last Known Launch Date: 2022

Projected Cost: Unknown

Coolest Feature: The design. Old meets new with the "hippie van"-inspired vehicle that packs semi-autonomous driving while retaining the familiar style.

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Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

Last Known Launch Date: 2022

Projected Cost: Unknown

Coolest Feature: Taycan performance in a rugged body. Originally known as the Mission E, Porsche's next electric car looks set to take on a new terrain.

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Tesla Roadster

Last Known Launch Date: 2021

Projected Cost: $200,000

Coolest Feature: An optional SpaceX package will add thrusters to the car, improving on its already-impressive performance stats.

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Rivian R1T

Last Known Launch Date: Late 2020

Projected Cost: $69,000

Coolest Feature: A wading depth of over three feet means this EV is ready to put its 400-plus miles of range to good use.

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Nissan Ariya

Last Known Launch Date: Late 2020

Projected Cost: Unknown

Coolest Feature: Level 3 semi-autonomous driving comes to Nissan's range, where until recently the Leaf held the crown as the best-selling electric car.

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Tesla Cybertruck

Last Known Launch Date: Late 2021

Projected Cost: $39,900

Coolest Feature: Its angular design comes from the fact that its exterior is made from super-tough cold-rolled 30X steel.

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GMC Hummer

Last Known Launch Date: Late 2021

Projected Cost: Unknown

Coolest Feature: The supertruck offers 15,000 pound-feet of torque

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Byton M-Byte

Last Known Launch Date: 2021

Projected Cost: Unknown

Coolest Feature: This upcoming SUV features a giant 48-inch screen in the dashboard.

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