There’s a whole bunch of cool cars out there that stayed in the concept stage and never made it to production, or cars that never made it out to what you could call drivers in general.
That applies to electric cars just as much as it does their combustion relatives, particularly in the past couple of decades because of the, more or less, collective sense that EVs can help us fight climate change. A lot is going to have to change for us to do that successfully, but every bit counts.
That’s why it’s fun to daydream about the EVs that almost were. I’m a little surprised that no one wants to drive a car made by Sony, but to each their own. We asked readers to tell us about the unrealized electric cars they wish had made it all the way to production, and these were their answers:
(Oh, and there’s one car here — you can probably guess which— that we made a judgement call on as far as it counting or not. SPOILER ALERT: It counts!)