Abe Issa Takes a Look at the Most Exciting EV Releases of 2021

Born in Lebanon, Abe Issa, former CEO of EnviroSolar, escaped massive political unrest and military conflict in his native country as a young child. Settling in the United States with his family, he earned a finance degree from Texas Christian University and established a private real estate investment company in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

After making his career in the South Texas property redevelopment sector, Abe Issa, former CEO of EnviroSolar, entered the green energy sector as the founder of EnviroSolar. Over the past five years, EnviroSolar has evolved into a top provider of solar electricity solutions to American clients.

Through his commitment to socially responsible and environmentally sustainable power, Abe Issa, former CEO of EnviroSolar, has also developed a passionate interest in electric vehicles (EVs). In the spirit of furthering the positive impact of EV technology, here are just a few of the most exciting EV releases to anticipate in 2021.

Three EV Releases to Watch in 2021

1. The 2021 Mustang Mach-E

The new Mustang Mach-E brings the quintessential American muscle car, the iconic Ford Mustang, into the electric era. It is also the first Mustang to sport four doors. Don’t be fooled, however. The Mach-E delivers the same high standard of performance that Mustang aficionados have come to expect, It goes from 0 to 60 miles per hour faster than a Porsche 911 GTS and can travel more than 300 miles before it needs a recharge. Although it has a raised profile that is typical of an SUV, the Mach-E retains sporty Mustang design elements such as an extra-long hood, high haunches, and three-part tail lamps.

2. The 2021 GMC Hummer EV SUT

If there was just one vehicle that was less likely to go electric than a Mustang, it would have to be a Hummer. Around the turn of the millennium, this granddaddy of all SUVs was as well known for its unquenchable gas guzzling as it was for its military-grade toughness. Dead since 2010, the Hummer brand is back in an entirely new form with the all-electric EV SUT. Manufactured by GMC, this off-road-capable vehicle is available with as many as three motors that can produce up to 1,000 horsepower and an incredible 11,500-pound feet of torque. It charges quickly and features an operational range of up to 400 miles. Still not impressed? Maybe official spokesperson LeBron James can help convince you to give the Hummer EV a try when the vehicle officially launches in the autumn of 2021.

3. 2021 Mercedes-Benz EQC

Mercedes-Benz is also releasing its first electric vehicle in 2021. Like the new electric Mustang and Hummer, the Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4Matic remains true to the brand name it represents. While the Mustang is sporty and the Hummer has muscle, the EQC is unquestionably luxurious. In the cockpit, Mercedes-Benz engineer spared to expense when it came to living up to the company’s reputation for lushness, comfort, and quiet. Outside, nothing about the EQC deviates from the classically handsome design that have made the Mercedes-Benz legendary. In terms of performance, this car features two motors that connect to an all-wheel drivetrain that can take it to 60 miles per hour in less than 5 seconds. On a full charge, it can travel more than 200 miles.

Abe Issa Regards EV as a Pathway to a More Sustainable Future

For more than three decades, Abe Issa, former CEO of EnviroSolar, has worked to build a brighter tomorrow through green renewable power. He views EV cars and trucks, like those listed above, as a key piece of the overall sustainable energy puzzle.

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