The Hyundai Ioniq Seven is a concept car that gives a nod to the upcoming Hyundai Ioniq 7. It's a large SUV that'll do battle with other SUVs such as the Volvo XC90 and will likely get the same EV as the current Ioniq 5. It'll likely have 800v charging capability and a 300+ mile range when it arrives in 2024.
The Kia EV9 is also coming in 2024 when it'll top the Kia range as a large luxurious electric SUV. In fact, it's not much smaller than a Range Rover but will cost about half as much when it goes on sale. Expect the same EV tech as the current EV6, with super-fast charging and a 300-mile range.
The Cayman GT4 RS is the ultimate version of the Porsche Cayman. It's lighter and more powerful than the standard GT4, borrowing the engine from Porsche's superb 911 GT3. Think 500hp, 0-62mph in 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 196mph. It's on sale now for more the £100,000.
The Range Rover is Land Rover's most important model and this fifth generation is key to its financial stability. The fifth-generation model looks superb inside and out, comes packed with tech and there'll be a fully-electric version arriving in 2024.
The Toyota bZ4X is Toyota's first dedicated EV and will be a similar size to its RAV4 when it goes on sale next month. It has five seats, front or all-wheel drive and up to 280 miles of range.
The Fisker Ocean is coming to the UK in 2023 when it'll start at around £30,000 and rival other EV SUVs such as the Audi Q4 e-tron and BMW iX3. It will be built in Austria, be a five-seater, have up to 550hp and a range of up to 350 miles.
Recognise this one? Yep, the Subaru Solterra is based on the Toyota bZ4X above. The two firms have teamed up to produce this EV platform, and the Solterra will be on sale mid-2022. Subaru reckons it'll have genuine off-road ability and a 280-mile range.
The Honda Civic has been dumbed down on the outside this time around but has been treated to a more upmarket interior and keener drive. It'll go on sale in the UK towards the end of next year with hybrid tech. A hot hatch Type R will follow.
This isn't a car you can buy, rather it's Ford showing what it can do when it pairs the battery and motors from its 480hp Mach-E GT EV SUV with a classic F100 truck. The result is an extremely fast but silent retro truck. However, you now can purchase the GT motor in crate form from Ford to fit to whatever you please.