Electric SUVs are becoming much more common in the automotive industry. Models like the Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E have become very popular. Automakers are even developing luxury electric SUVs for consumers with a taste for the finer things. Automakers like BMW, Tesla, and Audi have all produced luxury electric SUVs that boast incredible performance specs.
The 2022 BMW iX has staying power
BMW knows how to produce luxury automobile nameplates that can stand the test of time. The 2022 BMW iX is the first fully electric SUV model from BMW. The iX has staying power because of its unique design, impressive performance specs, and practical driving range. Welcome to the age of the electric luxury vehicle.
The 2022 BMW iX starts at $83,200. It uses its electric motors to produce a whopping 516 horsepower. The luxury SUV gets up to 324 miles of driving range. The iX’s power and driving range are both impressive.
The iX’s interior is perhaps the most impressive aspect of the electric SUV’s intricate design. It features perforated Sensatec upholstery, an upholstered instrument panel with stitching, and a floating center console. The iX is bringing class to the electric SUV segment. It got stellar overall ratings from US News and World Report, and Kelley Blue Book.
The Tesla Model X is a luxury electric SUV pioneer
The Tesla Model X walked so that other models could run. The Model X was one of the first luxury electric SUV models ever produced. It shocked the public with its unique capabilities. The Model X has even been featured in music videos like Batman by Jaden Smith.
The Tesla Model X opened a new window for electric vehicles, and today it has plenty of competitors. The 2022 Tesla Model X starts at $114,990. It produces 670 horsepower. The Model X is also available in a Plaid performance trim that produces a mighty 1,020 horses.
Car and Driver claims that the luxury electric SUV can go from 0-60 miles per hour in about 2.5 seconds. This may sound ludicrous, but the Model X Plaid has enough horses to be as quick as the automaker claims.
The Model X Plaid is easily the quickest SUV in the world if its 0-60 time truly falls below 2.5 seconds, as many drivers and publications claim. Unfortunately for Tesla, having the quickest EV on the market doesn’t mean having the most popular EV on the market.
The 2022 Audi e-tron S is torquey
The 2022 Audi e-tron S starts at $84,400. It uses electric motors to make 469 horsepower (with boost engaged). It produces a whopping 717 lb-ft of torque. The e-Tron S has 208 miles of driving range.
The Audi e-Tron S can go from 0-60 miles per hour in 4.3 seconds with boost engaged. This electric SUV is both quick and luxurious.