All-NEW Flagship Electric Cars with Unbeatable Range and Luxury Interiors (2022 MY)

It’s no coincidence that executive cars are among the first successful mass market EVs. Well-off folks love their four door yachts on wheels and definitely can cover the initial added costs of battery electric vehicles. The upcoming model year will mark the tenth anniversary since the original EV in this class Tesla Model S saw the world, so in this episode we will report on the progress made within the last decade by showcasing the newest flagship EVs manufactured by the major car brands.

Our previous #AutomotiveTerritory releases that extensively covered EV topic:

Electric vehicles with 7 passenger capacity:

Upcoming pick up trucks with electric powertrains:

Detailed information about all vehicles in this #ATelectriccars video:

00:00 Introduction

00:43 Tesla Model S Plaid

Not without a six months delay, but Tesla’s new flagship vehicle has finally begun deliveries. Unlike previously promised the sedan will arrive without the Plaid Plus modification. As per Elon Musk, the decision to scrap the Plus was dictated by the fact that the standard Plaid is “just so good”.

01:54 BMW i4

Already available for preorder as a single motor eDrive40 and a dual-motor M50, the production-ready 4-door continues with the polarizing looks of its concept predecessor. Instead of a dedicated EV platform, the 2022 BMW i4 sits on tried and tested BMW modular Cluster Architecture that has been in used since 2015.

03:04 Sony Vision S

With the start of the real-world testing on Frankfurt roads, the gorgeous Vision S sedan reaches yet another milestone in its development. Unfortunately, Sony still says it does not actually plan on selling the Vision S to the public.

04:17 Lucid AIR

Brought to you by Peter Rawlinson, the former chief vehicle engineer for the Tesla Model S, the Lucid Air sedan aims to become the gold standard for the so-called Car 2.0.

05:26 Audi A6 e-tron

The all-new Audi A6 e-tron should arrive to the market in 2023, sitting on the PPE platform that is being developed in cooperation with Porsche.

06:31 Mercedes-Benz EQS

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS rejects the idea of EV minimalism, getting a liftback aerodynamic body, powerful drive systems, and an all-out luxury cabin with a 56-inch Hyperscreen, which consists of 3 OLED displays covered with a solid-piece Gorilla glass.

07:40 Nio ET7

Planned to start production by the end of 2021, the Nio ET7 is the first premiums sedan by the marque as well as its second model to arrive to the European market.

08:43 Xpeng P7 & P7 Wing Limited Edition

The second EV model by the Chinese startup Xpeng is going strong in its home market. After being launched in mid 2020, the P7 continues to grow its fleet of owners, already making almost 25,000 sales.

09:47 Genesis G80 Electric

Korea’s sole luxury brand is eyeing electrification alongside its corporate siblings, but unlike KIA and Hyundai that already have dedicated EV platforms, the first Genesis with a plug is still based on modified ICE underpinnings. Similar in design, the G80 electrified gets a new crest grille.

10:50 BYD Han

Initially released as a plug-in hybrid model, this mid-size luxury sedan is now available also as a BEV. The Han EV has a striking design with a bold front fascia, wide grille and Dragon Claw tail lights.

11:59 Polestar Precept

Already confirmed as a production vehicle for the 2023 model year, the Precept is Polestar’s first take on the segment of large sedans. Despite its long wheelbase of 122 inches that can be compared with a Mercedes S Class, the Swedes do not envision this model as a limo for an executive.

12:59 Geely Starburst

The Chinese conglomerate Geely Holding Group Co. has taken a firm stance in the EV segment by gathering under its umbrella such electrified brands as Volvo, Polestar, Zeekr, Link & Co and surely Geely Auto. The latter has just unveiled a concept study that incorporates the future design vision Geely Starburst.

You May Also Like