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The ID.3 is the first of Volkswagen’s new generation of electric cars. It lands in Ireland in plenty of time for the start of 2021 registrations and is about the same size as a Golf. It’s expected to be phenomenally successful.
We drive the new electric MINI on Irish roads for the first time
Mazda enters its second century by kicking off its line of pure electric vehicles, in the form of the MX-30 crossover.
Polestar’s all-electric ethos comes to fruition with the fantastic 2 luxury fastback that is targeted squarely at the Tesla Model 3.
Porsche is moving to an all-electric future and the mesmerising Taycan Turbo is its first entry into the world of EVs.
Hyundai’s Ioniq is a five-door hatchback of about the same size as the company’s i30 model. It’s built on a different platform, though, one designed for electrification. There’s a plug-in hybrid version and an all-electric model, the latter tested here. Following on from its initial launch in 2016, the Ioniq came in for a round of updates last year, covering its design, equipment, safety and electric powertrain.
The Tesla name is synonymous with high-end electric vehicles, but the Model 3 is the company’s most accessible car yet. It comes in ether rear- or all-wheel-drive formats with acceleration and performance that are just as impressive as the official driving ranges between charges. Thanks to a uniquely minimalist interior design, the Model 3 isn’t lacking in appeal, so we got in to see what it’s like to drive.
The first-ever electric Corsa, the new Corsa-e. It might not be as head-turning as its close relation, the Peugeot e-208, but this five-door hatchback is by far the best looking Corsa there has been. Other than some discreet ‘e’ badges it looks identical to the other models in the range.
The e-tron is Audi's latest premium SUV offering and it gives us a taste of what’s to come from the brand’s electric division in years to come. The e-tron competes against other electric SUVs including the Jaguar i-Pace, Mercedes-Benz EQC and Tesla Model X, and it offers a range of around 390 kilometres from a single charge.
The EQC offers an electric range of up to 420 kilometres, powerful performance, a premium cabin and lots of interesting technology, and it recently launched to the Irish market with a special unveiling event at Palmerstown House in Kildare.
Kia's e-Niro is one of the most anticipated electric cars to launch to the Irish market this year. It has already sold out for the 192-registration period, and it is quickly becoming one of the most-searched new electric cars on Carzone alongside the Hyundai Kona Electric, Nissan LEAF and Volkswagen e-Golf.
The Nissan LEAF is Ireland’s best-selling electric car and indeed the most successful electric car of all time. The LEAF first arrived on the scene in 2010, and since then over 320,000 have sold around the world.