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Will 2019 Be The Year Of The Luxury Electric Car?


This year Jaguar released the I-Pace, its luxury electric vehicle and soon it will face lots of competition in that market. According to CNN, starting next year and going into 2020, other luxury brands like Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Porsche are planning to release their own luxury electric models. Tesla is also expected to unveil its smaller Model Y crossover next year. Electric SUVs are expected to be a popular choice in the U.S.

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