Electric vehicles still represent a small share of annual sales of cars in the United States. But Toyota to Tesla more than 20 styles of electric cars are currently available.

And at least 10 gas-electric and plug-in hybrids will debut in 2016.

Chevrolet to Mercedes-Benz, BMW to Volvo, nearly every major and a few niche car manufacturers will soon offer at least one electric model.

Some carmakers currently offer more than one electric model and they'll be adding to their fleets. Arguably, the most uniquely named offering among the new electric cars is the 2017 Hyundai Ionig.

The name is a combination of the words ion and unique, and it will available in three powertrains, electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid.

The gasoline-electric Ioniq is the first of the options available. It was unveiled in the United States at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in early January. It will make its international debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March.

The two other powertrain configurations are scheduled to debut by the of the year.

The Ioniq is powered by a 1.6-liter Kappa GDi engine with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission alongside an electric motor. The engine will produce 101 horsepower and 108 lb-ft of torque while the electric motor produces 43 horsepower and 125 pound feet of torque. Hyundai will also use a Lithium Ion Polymer Battery for its battery pack.Hyundai is touting the Ioniq as achieving 52.7 miles per gallon combined in city and highway driving.

The 2015 Toyota Prius, the overwhelmingly most popular hybrid in the United States, averaged 49.4 miles per gallon in international testing and 50 mpg under the slightly different calculations in mpg testing criteria in the United States.

Electric vehicles represented only 2.87 percent of all vehicles sold in the United States in 2015, a dropped from 3.47 percent in 2014, according to the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA).

Here’s a list of 10 electric cars that will debut in 2016 as either 2016 or 2017 models:

1. 2017 Ford Focus Electric.

2. Chevy Bolt EV.

3. Mercedes-Benz C350 Plug-in Hybrid.

4. Hyundai Ioniq.

5. Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid.

6. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.

7.Ford Fusion Energi.

8. Cadillac CT69.

9. BMW 330e.

10. Volvo S90 T8

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