Future electric cars: Upcoming battery-powered cars that will be on the roads within the next 5 years

Due in 2022, the Solterra will be Subaru's first electric car. (image credit: Subaru)
Ford is unveiling the electric version of its F-150 truck on 19 May. (image credit: Ford)
The electric replacement for the Porsche Macan is in the works and expected on the roads in 2023. (image credit: Porsche)
A Bentley SUV is expected by 2025, built on the Audi Artemis platform that's in development. (image credit: Bentley)
Genesis has promised three electric cars over the next year, the first being the Genesis Electrified G80. (image credit: Genesis)
The ID.5 is expected to be a sportback version of the ID.4. (image credit: Autoexpress)
The 7 seat EQB SUV for Mercedes goes big on passenger space and it likely to be popular with families. (image credit: Mercedes)
The Toyota is expect to sit on the same platform as the Subaru Solterra, promising solar charging. (image credit: Toyota)
Audi's A6 e-tron Concept shows a future sports coupe, promising impressive performance. (image credit: Audi)
The Audi Q4 e-tron - also in Sportback style - will be a mass market electric car for Audi and likely to be popular. (image credit: Audi)
Setting the standard for electric luxury is the EQS, which is Mercedes equivalent of the S Class, but electric. (image credit: Mercedes-Benz)
For the electric executive, expected on the roads in late 2021. (image credit: BMW)
Land Rover has promised electric models and the Discovery Sport is likely to be first. (image credit: Land Rover)
Volvo's first bespoke electric car is the C40, with an Android-based infotainment system. (image credit: Volvo)
There's plenty to love about the Ioniq 5, offering space, style and range. (image credit: Hyundai)
It's the car you'd expect to see Tony Stark in and it can be yours in 2021 (image credit: audi)
It's just a concept, but there's an electric Jeep Wrangler in the works. (image credit: Jeep)
Retro charm meets electric performance in this reworking of the Renault 5. Just a prototype ... for now. (image credit: Renault)
Hummer wants to create the ultimate electric offroader, but you'll have to wait until 2022. (image credit: GMC)
Nissan's electric SUV will likely appeal to families. (image credit: Nissan)
Iconic design comes with the Tesla Cybertruck, rolling out in 2021. (image credit: Tesla)
Only 130 models of the Lotus hypercar will be made. Don't worry, you couldn't afford it anyway. (image credit: Pocket-lint)