Electric vehicles at CES 2024 were the standout stars from January 9-12. The Las Vegas event lived up to its reputation for being renowned as the global stage for innovation as it presents some of the most groundbreaking tech concepts we’ve seen yet. Despite the wide array of innovations, it was the latest advancements in electric vehicles (EVs) that truly stole the show, signaling a promising and sustainable future for the automotive industry. Let’s take a look at five of the most promising EVs at CES 2024 below!
Hyundai’s Supernal eVTOL
Hyundai took EV technology to new heights—literally—with the unveiling of its Supernal eVTOL (Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing vehicle). This ambitious project is another testament to how far EV technology has come and where it is headed in the future. Hyundai’s air taxi ambitions signal a revolutionary approach to personal mobility.
VinFast’s Affordable Hatchback
Vietnamese electric carmaker VinFast drew attention with the unveiling of a small, two-door electric hatchback. Priced under $20,000, this vehicle could make EVs more accessible to more consumers. It can potentially disrupt the market and accelerate the transition to electric vehicles.
Kia’s New Electric Cars
South Korean car manufacturer Kia also made waves at the event with its new all-electric cars. Built on an entirely new platform called ‘PBV‘, these vehicles are set to roll out in 2025. The unveiling of these cars represents Kia’s dedication to innovation and sustainability in the automotive industry.
Japanese automaker Honda revealed several exciting advancements on the January electronics event. The company premiered its remote construction vehicles, hydrogen engines, and other mobility advances. Most notably, Honda announced an all-new global electric vehicle series, marking a significant step in its EV transformation. This move indicates Honda’s commitment to leading the way in the future of transportation.
Xpeng Super Electric Cars
Xpeng, a prominent player in the electric vehicle market, made waves with innovative concepts at the Las Vegas Event. The company’s subsidiary, AeroHT, unveiled two types of flying vehicles, including the futuristic Land Aircraft Carrier. Xpeng also showcased an electric helicopter supercar hybrid, demonstrating its commitment to pushing technological boundaries. Although urban use of such vehicles is still some years away, these revelations underscore Xpeng’s vision for future transportation and cement its position as a leader in the EV industry.
CES 2024 was a testament to the rapid advancements in EV technology. From hydrogen cars making a comeback to groundbreaking new electric vehicles and even air taxis, the future of transportation is here—and it’s electric.
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