Exciting New Electric Vehicles at this Year’s IAA Mobility in Munich

This year’s IAA Mobility in Munich showed a series of new electric vehicles, some still in concept mode. Join us and have a look at some of the most exciting EVs of tomorrow. Electric vehicle design is certainly improving a lot, whether from known car manufacturers or the new brands. Either way, the future is here!

Audi Grandsphere Concept

The Audi Grandsphere Concept was presented as an interpretation of the lifestyle sedan of the future at the IAA Mobility. The second in a series of visionary concept cars provides a glimpse of how tomorrow’s first-class automotive comfort could look like. Fully electric and automated, an individual space that appeals to all the senses.

Volkswagen ID.LIFE

The ID.LIFE is the vision of next-generation urban all-electric mobility of Volkswagen Group. The study provides a first glimpse of an ID. Model in the small car segment in the price range of around 20,000 Euros, launch date: sometime in 2025.

Mercedes-Benz EQE

Just a few months after the launch of the EQS, Mercedes-EQ is presented the new EQE at the IAA Mobility in Munich. The next model based on the electric architecture developed specifically for electric vehicles is a sporty business sedan. It offers all the essential functions of the larger EQS in a slightly more compact format.

Volkswagen ID.5

Volkswagen showed this near-production study of the third electric car based on its Modular Electric Toolkit. With its elegant, coupe-like design lines, the ID.5 combines the versatility of a modern SUV with the sustainable performance of an electric vehicle. The optimized aerodynamics of the avant-garde design reduce drag, increase energy efficiency and thus boost range. We are excited.

Hyundai IONIQ 5

The new Hyundai IONIQ 5 impresses with its innovative design and amazing range of smart technology. Highlights are definitely the high-speed charging and the interior solutions. At the IAA Mobility, Hyundai will show a version of the IONIQ 5 for autonomous driving, equipped with many radar and lidar functions.

BMW Circular

With the BMW i Vision Circular, the BMW Group is providing a preview of a compact electric vehicle with a consistent focus on sustainability and luxury. The four-seater is planned for the year 2040 and features a spacious interior over a length of around four meters. The vehicle concept is consistently designed according to the principles of the circular economy.

Renault 5

A favorite of the MOTION team, the Renault 5 has been confirmed to have its production version to launch in 2024. The sleek two-door hatchback will surely be attracting drivers in the €20-25k bracket, making it a truly attractive vehicle for those looking for something sportier in this segment. Check out our story on the Renault 5's design from earlier this summer here.