The landscape for electric vehicles already has changed a lot for the 2023 model year, with many more choices for shoppers ready to take the plunge, and the faster pace looks likely to continue as automakers fill out their lineups with EVs that could replace some of their core gasoline vehicles.
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Below are some of the new EVs planned or expected for the U.S. market through 2026, excluding exotic and specialty vehicles. Details are lacking for some, while others already have been shown as concepts or even in near-production form. As is typical for new EVs, the expected arrival years may change, and most are listed here for the expected calendar year, not necessarily model year. The recent extension of the federal EV subsidy program that favors North American production also might cause plans or timing to change for some EVs built elsewhere. In most cases, listed prices do not include still-to-be-announced destination fees.