While automakers have gone all in on electric SUVs and trucks in recent years, 2021 has a crop of drool-worthy battery-powered and hybrid sports cars on the way.
Electric sports cars have been around for years with the first Tesla Roadster released more than a decade ago. But now there are more plug-in hybrid and 100-percent battery versions of the flashy cars offering more range and power. Many of this year's new e-sports cars have bigger batteries, so they can last longer while in stealthy electric drive mode. Here are six new electric sports cars building out the expanding electric car market even further. Read more...More about Electric Vehicles, Sports Car, Tech, and Transportation