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DRIVE! 2023: The best of the best in 2023; Top EVs hitting the road in 2023

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Cadillac-Lyriq Top EVs hitting the road in 2023 CASEY WILLIAMS | Auto Our electric future has finally arrived.

From luxury crossovers to affordable compacts and ultra-safe Swedes, these are the electric vehicles that will keep our home chargers humming in the coming year. Hyundai IONIQ5 Hyundai IONIQ5 Looking like an American-sized Golf, but much sexier, this lofty hatch spoils owners in a twin-screen lounge with ultra reclining seat.

Travel up to 303 miles per charge, enjoy 320 horsepower and recharge 10-80 percent in 18 minutes. A head-up display with augmented reality and remote keyfob-operated parking system add convenience.Base price: $39,950 Nissan Ariya Nissan Ariya With the Leaf finally in demise, this sleek crossover steps up with 304 miles all-electric range and hands-off highway driving.

Interiors feature “Japanese Futurism” with a curved dash, heads-up display, plush Zero Gravity seats and twin infotainment screens.

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