What you need to know about the future of electric cars in 2018

The future of plug-in cars may be as bright as it looks right now.

That’s because a lot of them are about to get a lot brighter.

And we’re already starting to see some interesting innovations in the electric car industry.

Here’s what you need, from Tesla to BMW to Ford, to understand what the future holds for the world’s most popular cars.1.

Tesla Model S: Tesla plans to make its Model S electric car a $10,000 car by 2025.

If you want a Tesla, it’s probably a good idea to think of it as a supercar.

In the first year of production, it’ll be a full-sized sports car that can go from 0 to 60 in 4.9 seconds.

It will also be a car that’s as quick as a Tesla Model X but not nearly as powerful.

That means it can run the quickest of any car on the road.

It’s also a car whose battery life can last for at least six years and, thanks to the supercharging station that it can charge from, it can do so while still traveling at least 100 miles per charge.

(It can be charged by plugging it into a wall socket.)2.

Nissan Leaf: The Leaf is a smaller, more efficient version of Tesla’s Model S, which has a larger battery pack than the Model S. Nissan says it’s able to achieve the same driving range as a Model S for half the price, and Nissan is even looking to add a few electric cars with it, including the Leaf, in the future.

That could lead to an electric version of the Model X in the near future.3.

BMW i3: BMW says the i3 will have a battery pack that can hold enough energy to charge the Model 3 for an hour and a half.

The i3 is the company’s first electric car that it plans to sell in 2018.

That will be the first electric vehicle with a range of at least 200 miles.

If all goes well, it could be the most energy-efficient electric car ever made.

It could even make a profit on battery packs that are cheaper than Tesla’s, which could be huge for BMW.4.

Ford Fusion: Ford is planning to sell its Fusion in 2019, although it has said that it won’t be making one in the U.S. until 2023.

Ford says it plans a battery that’s about 25 percent smaller than the Tesla battery.

The Fusion can travel 250 miles on a full charge.

It is also the first plug-ins to be produced by a Chinese automaker.

The battery is also much smaller than Tesla, so it will be cheaper to build and run than its competitors.5.

Ford Focus Electric: Ford says that its Focus Electric will start shipping in 2019.

The Focus Electric is the only electric car in its lineup with a battery-powered version of an existing combustion engine.

It can go 100 miles on full charge and is rated for between 60 and 100 miles of driving.6.

Honda Fit EV: The Fit EV, which was the first car that Honda released that could go 100 to 200 miles on the battery, will hit dealerships in 2019 and get the name “EV” from its name.

It has a smaller battery than the Fusion and it has a lower weight, so if it’s an easy car to drive, that’s good.

It also gets a supercharger, so you can charge it while it’s in motion.7.

BMW M5 EV: BMW is planning a supercharged version of its M5.

The new version of this BMW M3 electric car will be a hybrid that is capable of a combined range of 100 to 300 miles on electricity alone.

That would be about twice as long as the Fusion.

The supercharged M5 is the car that will have the longest range of any of these EVs.

It’ll also be the car to hit the U, U.K., and Europe markets first, and it’s expected to be the last of the EVs to be mass-produced in the United States.8.

Tesla Roadster: Tesla has announced that it will release its Roadster in 2019 that will be capable of 200 to 300 mile range.

It costs about $40,000 less than the M5, which makes it a great choice for the Tesla owner.

The Roadster is expected to have a range that is at least as long, at least twice as wide, and as quick, as the Tesla Roadsters, which are also available for a price point much lower than the Roadster.9.

Ford Bronco: The Bronco, which is also coming in 2019 as a hybrid, is expected not to get an electric range of 200 miles, but rather a range around 60 miles.

The Broncos range could be even longer than that because of the superchargers and the electric motor.

The vehicle is also expected to sell for much less than a