6 Newest Cool Electric Vehicles at the New York Car Exhibition

6 Newest Cool Electric Vehicles at the New York Car Exhibition


  • The 2022 New York International Car Exhibition is packed with spectacular electric cars.
  • Some varieties will soon be on sale, while others are just fancy forms.
  • Business Insider lists six of your favorite displays, including a Chevrolet electric truck, a Volkswagen luxury car, and a 2,200 horsepower truck.
  • Read also: Here are 7 exciting electric cars that will be launched in the Netherlands in 2022

The 2022 New York International Motor Show is not disappointing. This year’s show includes a Chevrolet electric truck, a Volkswagen luxury car and a large truck that can reach 400 kilometers per hour.

Some of the cars presented are just fancy forms. In other words: you will probably never meet these on the road. But there were also cars on display that would soon be on sale.

Would you like to know what the event offered this year? Below we discuss six of the coolest shows.

Chevrolet Silverado EV

Chevrolet Silverado EV.
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Chevrolet launched its own electronics Silverado Loading Truck at CES January. The brand plans to bring the car to market in the United States by 2023 for as little as $ 40,000.

With that money you get a more basic ‘Work Truck’ model. The First Edition of RST, which will be launched later in 2023, starts at $ 105,000.

There are no plans for the Dutch version of the truck.

Chevrolet Silverado EV.

Chevrolet Silverado EV.
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The star of that period was the sensible Silverado EV bed. It illuminates a large passageway through the cupboards, which allows people to transport items that are about 2 meters long.

Deus Vayanne

Deus Vayanne.

Deus Vayanne.
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The Austrian company EV Deus developed the “production-oriented concept” of its first design, Vayanne.

The company claims that its main vehicle will generate 2,230 horsepower and 2,000 Nm of torque. By comparison, the 2.4 million euro Bugatti Chiron has a capacity of only 1,500 horses.

Deus Vayanne.

Deus Vayanne.
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According to Deus, Vayanne will reach a top speed of 400 kilometers per hour and can accelerate up to 100 kilometers per hour in less than two seconds.

Vayanne is very low down and has a nice look. Deus says the spine is stimulated by an infinite sign. Vayanne has a limit of 99 units and will be delivered from 2025.

Kia EV9 Concept

Kia EV9.

Kia EV9.
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Kia took the opportunity to showcase its EV9 concept. That’s the taste of a big SUV that should come on a compact EV6. The box-shaped and attractive EV9 concept parallels the upcoming version of Kia’s Telluride SUV.

Kia says the EV9 will have a range of more than 480 kilometers when it enters the market in 2023. We hope that the SUV will look like this concept when it comes off the production line. But some of the most interesting design features of the EV9 – such as doors of suicide (doors open in different directions) – probably not successful with the production model.

India One

Indi EV Indi One

Indi EV Indi One
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Given the large number of electric vehicles currently trying to make a name for themselves, you will be forgiven for not knowing about the Indi EV.

The Los Angeles-based Indi was launched in 2017 and opened pre-orders with its first model, an SUV called Indi One, at a car show. Indi claims to be different from the new ones as it develops a powerful computer within Indi One which it calls “Vehicle Integrated Computer”.

India EV India One.

India EV India One.
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This allows people in the car to play video games, make video calls at work, use social networks, and engage in other activities that are normally reserved for the average computer. Indi says prices will start at $ 45,000 and delivery will begin next year.

Vinfast VF8 and VF9

Vinfast VF8

Vinfast VF8
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Vietnamese carmaker Vinfast unveiled two electronic designs coming to the United States this year: the VF8 midsize SUV and the VF9 SUV. Although they come from a company – and a country – that has never sold cars in the United States, they fit perfectly between electric and gasoline SUVs on the market.

Vinfast VF9.

Vinfast VF9.
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Of course it will be difficult for a new brand to enter the US market. But the big VF9 is getting into a segment that has no electrical options at the moment. There are several compact and medium-sized electric SUVs to choose from, but only a few have a horizontal three-seater array such as the VF9.

To reduce costs, Vinfast allows customers to rent their batteries for a monthly fee. The company guarantees that it will replace the car battery if its capacity is less than 70 percent.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz

Volkswagen ID.Buzz.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz.
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The Volkswagen.Buzz ID is already on the Dutch market this year. And rest assured, it looks good. She’s amazing in all the right ways and puts a smile on your face.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz.
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ID.Buzz featured was European style. ID.Buzz already has plenty of indoor space and bedrooms, and will include options for a three-row row of seats when launched in the United States.

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