Electronics and Semiconductors

The 10 EVs consumers want most in 2024

14 March 2024
At a price beginning at $40,000, the Volkswagen ID. Buzz’s retro VW bus look is still appealing to drivers possibly buying an EV this year. Source: Volkswagen

The Volkswagen ID. Buzz tops the most searched for and anticipated models of electric vehicles (EVs) coming this year, according to new analysis from Rerev.com.

The study analyzed Google search data and corelated the top 10 most anticipated EVs coming in 2024 by studying what consumers are looking for, the prices of the vehicles and the popularity of the EVs.

The Volkswagen ID. Buzz came out on top with 507.9 million searches. The EV begins at a price of $40,000. The Buzz is the electric version of the classic VW bus, and the retro look is resonating with consumers, Rerev.com said.

The top 10

Source: Rerev.com Source: Rerev.com The second most sought after EV in 2024 according to Google search data and analysis from Rerev.com is the Ford Explorer. The EV begins at a price of $36,760, which is one of the more affordable EVs being launched this year.

The third most searched vehicle belongs to Hyundai’s Kona EV. The EV has a starting price of $24,100, making it one of the most affordable EVs in the entire automotive spectrum.

Fourth position is the Acura ZDX followed by the Kia EV9 in the fifth spot, which comes in at starting price of $60,000 and $56,395, respectfully.

Rounding out the top 10 EVs consumers are looking at buying in 2024 are the Volkswagen ID.7, Volvo’s EX90, the Porsche Macan, the Polestar 3 and, finally, the Rivian R1S.

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