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The best EVs to look forward to in 2024

There's plenty to look forward to in 2024 when it comes to brand new EVs heading to the UK. From city runarounds to practical family tourers there's definitely something which will catch your eye.

Ford Explorer

Ford Explorer

Any major new Ford car launch is highly anticipated and the Explorer is no exception. While Ford already has the Mustang Mach-e available in the UK. It's fair to say that the Blue Oval hasn't really set the EV world alight - however, the Explorer might change that.

Promising to be more affordable than the Mustang Mach-e, Ford expects the Explorer to be a firm favourite with the SUV-loving car-driving public.

Dacia Spring side profile

Dacia Spring

One of the criticisms of EVs thrown about - which we naturally don't agree with - is that EVs are expensive. This really isn't the case when you consider leasing and the lower running costs of an EV compared to an ICE vehicle. That said, for a fully flourishing EV marketplace it needs all kinds and sizes of EVs - so we're delighted to see the Dacia Spring heading to the UK in 2024.

Dacia is well known in the UK - building practical and affordable models and the Spring will continue that trend, offering supermini-sized EV that is perfect for suburban driving.

Cupra Tavascan

Cupra Tavascan

Joining the Cupra Born in 2024 is the larger SUV shape of the Tavascan. Still based on VW Group's MEB platform the Tavascan is the sportier cousin to the Volkswagen ID.4 and ID.5. Just how sporty? Well the Tavascan VZ trim is expected to take just 5.6 seconds to go from zero to 62mph.

Power is provided by a 77kWh battery pack which means real world range of over 250 miles.



There's a steady production line of seriously cool new EV models coming from Polestar over the next few years and joining the Polestar2 and Polestar3 next year in the line-up is the Polestar4.

It has a raked-back, coupe profile in comparison to the Polestar3, but size wise is pretty similar to the 3 in proportions. As with other Polestar models, customer can pick from Long Range or dual motor configurations.

MG Cyberster Goodwood

MG Cyberster

Affordable EV roadsters are rare on the ground so it's great that MG has decided that the world needs the Cyberster. Quickly becoming one of the most accomplished EV brands around, MG is bringing the stunning Cyberstar to the UK in 2024.

And MG has already proven they can inject sporty goodness into an EV, just look at the MG4 XPOWER for proof.

Volvo EX30 SUV

Volvo EX30

Set for an early 2024 release, the EX30 is a new entry level EV into the Volvo range. Available in 3 combinations - a single motor 51kWh version, single motor 69kWh version and performance model twin motor 69kWh option - the EX30 will have a real world driving range of between 170 miles and 240 miles.

As with any Volvo, the new EV comes packed with all the latest safety equipment including a smart door opening alert that chimes if there's an unexpected road user approaching from the rear.


Slotting between the iX1 and iX3, the BMW iX2 arrives in the UK from March 2024 onwards. BMW likes to call the X2 a Sports Activity Coupe, which really means it's a compact SUV with a sportier profile.

Power comes from a 64.8kWh battery pack and in the xDrive30 M is connected to two electric motors, giving it a 0-62mph sprint time of 5.6 seconds.

Kia EV9 Baseline

Kia EV9

You'll soon be seeing the Kia EV9 on British roads as the first customer deliveries are expected from January 2024 onwards. The daddy of the Kia EV line-up, the all new EV9 is not only the biggest EV Kia has made but it's also the most luxurious.

Every configuration comes with seven seats and there's a near 100 kWh battery pack under the skin too - so real-world range should be around 250 miles on a full charge.

Volkswagen ID7 Tourer

Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer

We're well overdue a German all electric estate so we're delighted to see that 2024 will see the arrival of the super-practical Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer.

Based on the saloon the Tourer is expected to come with the same large battery pack but with oodles of useful boot space.

Peugeot e-3008

Coming early in 2024 will be Peugeot's next all electric offering the delightful looking e-3008. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the new model is it will be available with the a choice of two battery pack sizes - not something we've seen before from Peugeot. The standard pack will be 73kWh with a long range 98kWh version also waiting in the wings.

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