Behold: the Kreisel Electric G-Class – a rebranded, former V8 diesel Mercedes G-Wagon refitted with an all-electric powerplant. Capable of 0-100km/h in under 6 seconds and with a 300km range, the vehicle loses none of its heavyweight SUV chops.
Behold the Faraday Future FF-91 – a 1050bhp, an all-wheel drive electric SUV/sedan with a 600km range that will accelerate to 100km/h in 2.4 seconds.
The luxury electroyacht has 3D lidar headlights, an autonomous sensor system including 13 radars and ultrasonic detectors, facial recognition entry and ‘mood sensing’ cameras inside that adjust music, temperature, scent (yes, scent), massage and more to suit your, eh, vibe.
Jaguar’s I-Pace concept – a teaser design for the company’s first Tesla-bothering electric car, which will go on sale sometime in 2018. 400bhp, 0-100km/h in 4s, 500km range on a full charge and rechargeable to 80% capacity in 90 minutes.
The Mercedes Benz Generation EQ – a concept electric SUV coupe launched this week at the Paris Motor Show with cameras for mirrors, concealed wipers, an optical fibre LED illuminated grille and a 60cm widescreen instrument display.
Mercedes claims the car will do 0 -100km/h in under five seconds with a 500km range on a full charge when it goes on sale.
The Budnitz Model E is the lightest electric bike of its kind, combining an enclosed 250W electric motor (feeding a 30V L-ion 160Wh battery) with a titanium alloy frame, it can cruise at 15mph (24km/h) for 100 miles (160km).
Your wallet will be similarly lightened by $3,950 (€3,500).
The ‘world’s first all-electric hypercar’, according to Italian designer Rimac Automobili. Four oil-cooled permanent magnet electric motors (one for each wheel) and a mind-scrambling 0-100km/h acceleration time of 2.6s.