Since we don’t have a way of knowing the future, we can look to the past for guidance. In most cases, when cars come out with new features, the comprehensive and collision cost can be a little higher. As electric vehicles become more common, the cost to repair them should decrease as the availability of parts increases over time. Once this happens, there will be a decrease in first-party coverage premiums (comprehensive and collision).
The type of car you drive is only a part of what determines the overall rate of your policy. All things being equal, the best way to keep your premium low is to maintain a safe driving record.