Electric Vehicles with the Most Orders
As the number of people driving electric vehicles on UK roads continues to grow, so does the number of electric vehicles available to choose from. Read on as we count down and discuss our list of EV models that have had the most orders from our customers – as well as some up-and-coming EVs to look out for.
1. Tesla Model Y Hatchback Long Range AWD 5dr Auto
The Tesla Model Y is no stranger to the sleek and premium design seen on other Tesla models. The Model Y is a practical, spacious and reliable vehicle that has futuristic onboard driver technology. The Model Y offers a larger sized model than some of its predecessors, with a roomier interior and a larger boot space.
2. Tesla Model 3 Saloon Long Range AWD 4dr Auto
As Tesla is one of the pioneers of electric vehicle technology, it’s no shock that another one of their models appears on our list. The Model 3 comes well equipped with keyless entry, premium sound system and even Netflix on the large 15-inch infotainment screen. It is an excellent choice of electric vehicle with world leading charging infrastructure.
3. Polestar 2 Fastback 170kW 69kWh Standard Range Single motor 5dr Auto
With a highly sophisticated exterior paired with an interior that provides ultimate driver comfort, it’s easy to see why the Polestar 2 Fastback is one of our most highly ordered cars. The Polestar comes with highly sought-after technology, such as an 11.2-inch infotainment system and four USB charging points.
4. Mini Electric Hatchback 135kW Cooper S Level 1 33kWh 3dr Auto
The Mini Cooper is one of Britain's most iconic cars, so it’s no surprise to see that their electric hatchback makes our list of electric vehicles with the most orders. All versions of the car have a built-in sat nav with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, making the life of the driver much easier by integrating their smartphone into their vehicle to make taking calls safe and easy whilst driving.
5. Audi Q4 E-Tron Estate 150kW 40 82.77kWh S Line 5dr Auto [C+S/ Tech Pack]
The Audi Q4 E-Tron is a classy and comfortable choice of vehicle for you to drive. With stunning interior features such as a wide screen infotainment panel and sleek dashboard and gearstick design, the Q4 E-Tron could be seen as the car that will turn standard fuel vehicle drivers into zero emission EVs.
6. Kia E-Niro Electric Estate 100kW 2 39kWh 5dr Auto
The Kia E-Niro is a spacious and smooth family electric vehicle. There is a high level of practicality that can be demonstrated in how well the Kia tackles the tasks of day-today family life. The vehicle can also be charged quickly, which is important for any electric vehicle on the market today.
7. MG Motor UK ZS Electric Hatchback 105kW Excite EV 45kWh 5dr Auto
The MG ZS Electric hatchback is an electric vehicle that provides the full package. The car manages to offer more boot and interior space than some of its rivals in the small SUV market, and the car itself is very easy to drive. The MG also has smartphone connectivity on its 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen that boasts strikingly clear graphics.
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Electric vehicles on our radar to watch out for in the future…
MG Motor UK MG4 Hatchback 150kW SE EV 64kWh 5dr Auto
MG are proving that they know what they are doing when it comes to the design and the production of electric vehicles, and we predict that the stylish and spacious MG4 will be a popular choice of electric hatchback in the not-so-distant future.
Cupra Born Electric Hatchback 150kW V1 58kWh 5dr Auto
The Cupra Born is the first electric vehicle from Cupra, we think it will prove to be a favourite with families who are opting to get into the EV game. The Born has an impressive boot space of 385-litres and more than enough room to comfortably fit its 5 passengers.
BMW I4 Gran Coupe 250kW eDrive40 M Sport 83.9kWh 5dr Auto [Tech/Pro]
The BMW I4 has a modern design on the exterior and lavish technology on the inside for driver ease. The I4 offers smartphone connectivity and has a top-class audio system to enjoy your music on. The vehicle is spacious so there is unlikely to ever be any issues with leg room or boot space, so the BMW I4 may be one of the EVs of the future.
One of the most exciting electric vehicles that has been announced recently is the Fisker Ocean. This is an electric SUV with a stunning, modern exterior design, similar to the ever-popular Range Rover Evoke, but this is a fully electric vehicle that saves on carbon footprint. On the inside, the Ocean continues to look best in class – with a rotating 17.1-inch touchscreen, minimalistic control designs and an option to have a model with a glass panoramic roof. We are very enthusiastic about its arrival to the UK market.
Lotus is releasing its first SUV, and it comes in the form of the all-electric Eletre. The Electre R, the highest spec of the car, claims that 0-62mph will be in just 2.95 seconds because of the powerful pair of electric motors. On the outside, the Eletre has a stylish and dynamic design. The interior is sleek and has various additions for driver ease, such as wireless phone charging and four-zone climate control. This is a vehicle that we cannot wait to see on UK roads.
In a similar vein to the two previously mentioned vehicles, the Polestar 3 is also a state-of-the-art SUV with a contemporary design. The interior boasts seats that are high quality, comfortable and supportive for the passengers. There is a huge touchscreen that controls everything from the heating to the music that plays in the car, with grouped functions that make life simple for the driver. The exterior is large and sleek, with a full glass roof, too. We predict that the Polestar 3 will be just as, if not more popular than its predecessor, the Polestar 2. We are excited to see what is in store for Polestar in the future.
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