BMW has been making electric vehicles for a long time but their first mass-production EV didn’t arrive until 2013 with their BMW i3. Fast forward to 2021, when BMW introduced their first purpose-built electric vehicle with the new iX.
Since its inception in 1927, Volvo has been known for its vehicle safety. But going forward, the company is making a stronger emphasis on making their vehicles not only safe and technologically advanced but also better for the environment.
For luxury SUVs, one of the top brands for the past few years has been Lexus, especially with its RX model.
Kia and it’s sister brand Hyundai have established themselves as brands that offer great value for money. And with the introduction of the Kia Telluride (and it’s Hyundai Palisade counterpart), the company is giving luxury car brands a run for their money.
Throughout its 20-plus year history, Mercedes-Benz’s A-Class has been the company’s smallest and cheapest car that didn’t live up to the luxury standards that Mercedes has been known for.
Since it’s introduction back in 2007, the Ford Edge has gone through a number of changes but the biggest came with the 2019 model year.
When it comes to electric vehicles, one of the biggest concerns with prospective buyers is the electric range of the vehicle. Thankfully in recent years, electric vehicles have gotten better by offering larger batteries and therefore more range.
It seems like every vehicle manufacturer is coming out with an SUV in all shapes and sizes. One of the smallest compact SUVs by Cadillac is their new XT4.