By Jeff Cobb If you’ve grown accustomed to only tepid efforts by European automakers in bringing all-electric cars to market, that’s due to change.
Out of a baker’s dozen list of over 13 EVs projected with more than 200 miles due by 2021, all but cars from Hyundai and Kia plus the Ford Model E crossover – which could be here by April 2020 – are by BMW, or Mercedes, or Audi, or Porsche, or Jaguar.
Already well-publicized are the soonest new members to the 200-plus club – the Tesla Model 3 beginning as we write this, the next Nissan Leaf due in September,
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