The electrification trend is catching up fast, and the demand for Electric Vehicles (EVs) s is going to increase in the future. As green cars have caught people's imagination, automakers invest billions of dollars in manufacturing EVs. The mainstream brands are offering a competitive range of vehicles with a better performance which has compelled the makers of long-range EVs to do away with the premium they used to enjoy. Newer models of EVs are coming to the market as innovation peaks, and here we present the list of some top models of brands of electric cars 2022. BMWi4 if tops the list of electric cars 2022 The wait for the first-ever all-electric Grand Coupe is about to be over as BMWi4 is likely to release in early 2022. The EV has all the hallmarks of BMW engineering and, coupled with the fifth generation e-Drive technology, is set to change everything about the way you drive. BMW i4 M50 and BMW i4 eDrive 40, the two models on the anvil, are the latest additions to the innovation trail that BMW began with its funky little i3 and the wild style of i8. The new i4 will challenge rivals like the Audi e-Tron GT and Tesla Model 3. The BMW i4 is a more stylish alternative to Tesla, the most popular EV brand in the US, and the low-slung 4 door EV is likely to herald a new era for the brand. The i4 has a rear-wheel drive with an 81.5 kWh battery pack and a 335 HP electric motor. The car takes only 5.7 seconds to reach 60 mph, and the EPA range hovers around the 300-mile mark. The eDrive 440 will cost $56,395, and the M50 will cost $66,895. Subaru Solterra and Toyota BZ4X The Asian automakers are teaming up to deliver the best-in-class EVs. After Kia teamed up with Hyundai, it's now Toyota teaming up with Subaru to provide new electric cars in 2022. Subaru Solterra and Toyota BZ4X are the two new models of EVs to hit the market anytime soon. The shape and mechanics of the two vehicles are similar, but the Toyota is likely to have a 201 HP front-wheel-drive option besides an all-wheel-drive variant, and Subaru will offer only the all-wheel-drive model. The combined output of the AWD variants with two motors is 215 HP, which will positively impact the range instead of focusing on silent thrust. Toyota's FWD range can achieve 500 km while 400 km for the Solterra and BZ4X. Both vehicles were on display at the L.A. auto show. Cadillac Lyrics General Motors have been talking about Cadillac Lyriq since 2020, but the pandemic delayed its release. The company used the time to fine-tune all the luxury car details to make it one of the most impressive new electric cars in 2022. The details can make a lot of difference because otherwise, the specs sound similar to all other crossover EVs slated for release in 2022. The vehicle has a range of 480 km, 100kWh battery, 340 HP, and 190 KW-DC fast charging. However, the technology and styling of Lyriq make it stand out from the crowd. The model of Caddy deploys the Super Cruise hands-free driving technology, which will delight users. The car welcomes you with a sleek light signature, and the greetings of the dazzling illumination will make you feel jubilant. Everyone is anxiously awaiting the release of the car as its limited debut edition sold out in mere 19 minutes. Kia EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq5 The Korean automakers have been working together for the past few years to manufacture completely electric cars with more plug-ins that finally led to the Hyundai Ioniq5 and Kia EV6. The versatile design of the vehicles resulted in several configurations based on the E-GMP or Electric- Global Modular Platform used in both cars. Both cars offer all-wheel and rear-wheel drive arrangements supported by a 77.4kWh or 58 kWh battery. The big battery will give a range of 498 km in the EV6 RWD model, and it will be 487 km for the Ioniq6 with the same battery. Mercedes Benz EQS and Jeep Grand Cherokee 4XE are also among the electric cars 2022. Each of these cars comes with unique and distinct features. Further Reading \t Subaru Dips Its Toes into the Battery Electric Vehicles Arena \t Will Electric Vehicles take over the World? \t Are Electric Cars Better for the Environment?