The new Hyundai KONA Electric is bigger than the last model, offering more interior space, but it still has an impressive electric driving range of up to (WLTP) 319 miles, and a competitive price.
The two-seater smart city car has gone, and the smart #1 has arrived, a compact electric SUV; all #1 models are good to drive, with the BRABUS version delivering sports car levels of performance.
Meet BYD's third UK model, the Seal. It's a powerful and sleek D-segment saloon, with oodles of kerb appeal and comes armed with the Chinese brand's latest EV technology.
The Volkswagen ID.3 has received minor updates for 2023 and the Pro S model with the 77 kWh battery now offers a long driving range of 347 miles (WLTP).
The Jeep Avenger is the brand’s first all-electric vehicle, offering a driving range of (WLTP) 249 miles and Jeep’s SUV styling, but only front-wheel drive.
The BMW iX SUV is available as an xDrive40, an xDrive50, or as the M60, with varying driving ranges and performance figures; all models are spacious, comfortable and refined.
The Maxus T90EV is the first electric pickup available in the UK – and at the time of writing it’s still the only electric pickup on sale - and it’s eligible for a £5,000 government grant.
The BYD ATTO 3 is an SUV with family-friendly levels of space, a driving range of 260 miles, and it’s competitively priced.
The Hyundai IONIQ 6 has gone all streamlined, which is in stark contrast to the more angular styling of the IONIQ 5, and one outcome of this is an impressive driving range of up to 338 miles.
The DS 3 E-TENSE now has a larger 54 kWh battery, delivering a longer 250-mile range, making it a more practical proposition for many EV buyers.