The Skoda Enyaq iV 80 is an ideal all-electric family car, with lots of space, a good driving range, and a price that’s more affordable than many SUV rivals.
The Tesla Model Y has most of the advantages of the Tesla Model 3 such as a long driving range and access to the Tesla Supercharger network, and it also has a hatchback and more space.
The BMW iX3 is an X3 with an all-electric powertrain, which means that it’s an SUV with zero-tailpipe emissions and all the normal benefits of a BMW driving experience.
The Vauxhall Mokka-e is a crossover version of a supermini with a 209-mile electric driving range and a relatively affordable price.
Classic French design all wrapped up with a zero tailpipe emission powertrain - what's not to love?
The BMW i4 is an all-electric version of the 4 Series Gran Coupe, available in rear-wheel drive i4 eDrive40 form, or in all-wheel drive (and blisteringly-fast) i4 M50 guise.
The Volkswagen ID.4 GTX adds all-wheel drive, more power, more torque and quicker acceleration to the ID.4; there’s a driving range of up to 300 miles, and the spacious SUV body style remains.
One of Germany’s ‘big three’, Mercedes-Benz’ iconic crosshairs have now been targeted towards the EV market. The EQA 250 is their foray into the compact-SUV market.
Kia’s award-winning EV6 was already a popular EV choice. It’s recent win as WhatCar? of the Year 2022 though, has bolstered its pedigree – making it one of the go-to EVs on the market today.
The striking IONIQ 5 is an all-new, all-electric car from Hyundai, with a driving range of up to 298 miles, and it can be charged from 10%-80% in 18 minutes at an ultra-rapid 350 kW public charger.