Audi plans to have 20 EVs in its lineup by 2025, and one of them will be an A6 E-Tron which was previewed today by a thinly veiled concept at the 2021 Shanghai auto show. The potential Tesla Model S rival is due in 2023 with well over 300 miles of range.
Toyota used the Shanghai auto show to preview its first volume electric vehicle, also with a thinly veiled concept. It’s called the BZ4X, and it’s the first member of Toyota’s new BZ sub-brand for electrified cars.
Genesis unveiled an electric version of the G80 sedan in Shanghai. It’s the automaker’s first electrified vehicle of any kind, and it comes with an 800-volt electrical system and a big enough battery for over 250 miles of range.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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