2019 Geneva Motor Show: Top Electric Concept Production Cars and Concepts You Should Keep an Eye Out For

Here’s a handy guide to navigate through the
electric concept production cars that will make an appearance at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
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each year, automotive heaven is held at the geneva motor show for all the world’s motor-heads to be mezmerized with curiosity. from manufacturing giants to small supercar shops, the trade fair has it all. in 2018 the trend saw a higher number of super-tech cars presented whilst in 2019, we predict far more electric cars to debut. below, we round-up 10 electric models to look out for, all of which are yet to be officially revealed.

aston martin lagonda all-terrain concept

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following the relaunch of lagonda as a luxury zero-emission brand at the 2018 show, aston martin will reveal the lagonda all-terrain concept in 2019. it is set to be their first production model, and pairs extraordinary style and space efficiency with the freedom of their powertrain technologies.

AUDI Q4 e-tron concept

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following the reveals of the e-tron in mid-2018 and its GT concept in late 2018, the AUDI Q4 e-tron concept is set to debut at the geneva motor show 2019. the compact SUV’s large interior will feature a hexagonal steering wheel as well as an angled center console with a touchscreen infotainment system. the front of the exterior is characterized by an eight-sided grille flanked by a pair of thin headlights. strong front shoulders continue to the rear, where thick C-pillars highlight its dynamically slanted back.

GFG STYLE kangaroo

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set to be a highlight of the 2019 show, the GFG STYLE kangaroo is described as an electric hyper-SUV. it combines four-wheel drive and steering with high performance, including accelerating from 0 to 62mph in 3.5 seconds and to a top speed of over 155mph. the two-seater car features a carbon fiber body that covers its advanced aluminum space frame.

honda E prototype

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the honda E prototype will showcase the production edition of the urban EV concept, which was first shown in 2017. the car’s design captured attention with its distinctive, clean exterior and we expect it do so again at geneva. it will also disclose the contemporary and equally as minimalist interior as the outside. the production model is claimed to meet all the needs of mobility in modern urban environments.

kia concept car

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kia is set to debut its electric future in geneva, and it is set to be an eye-catcher. the bold four-door car claims to mix elements of a muscular sports utility vehicle, athletic family saloon, and a versatile crossover. its front is dominated by its reinterpreted, illuminated tiger nose grille, which encircles the headlamps. its narrow glasshouse encompasses a spacious, airy interior that features a vast sky-window, thanks to the windscreen and roof being made from a continuous single sheet of glass.

mitsubishi engelberg tourer

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as one car still mostly under wraps, the mitsubishi engelberg tourer will have its world premier at the geneva motor show. the new SUV concept will highlight the advancements of the japanese brand as it moves to an electrified future.

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the debut of the nissan IMQ concept crossover will exemplify the brand’s future of intelligent mobility. the SUV details new performance styling, where a raised ride height is paired with a sweeping roofline, extended rear spoiler and a narrow window at the rear. this is then completed by large wheels with an angular design and ultra-thin tyres.

pininfarina battista

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expected to be revealed in three different specifications. the pininfarina battista will debut at the geneva motor show 2019. the luxury electric hypercar, which has been inspired by their formula e racing car, embodies its new power with an electric blue colorway. its anodized aluminum detailing is paired with this satin blu iconica accent on its satin grey body.

škoda VISION iV

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taking a look at their future all-electric vehicle, the škoda VISION iV delivers emission-free all-wheel drive with two motors. its athletic, aerodynamic presence is emphasized by the 22-inch wheels, whilst exterior highlights also include the illuminated glass elements in the grille and cameras that replace the traditional wing mirrors.

Volkswagen ID. BUGGY

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bringing back the popular american dune buggies, the volkswagen ID. BUGGY will be reborn in geneva. the electric version stays true to original with no fixed roof or conventional doors. as well, free-standing wheels fitted with off-road tyres and open side sills complete the dynamic design.

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