Green Car Guide has carried out all its own road tests since 2006, in order to focus primarily on a vehicle’s efficiency, including real-world fuel economy/electric range, and how good the car is to drive, along with many other areas such as how practical it is, does it represent good value for money? If the vehicle is designed for off-road use, then we’ll test it off-road. And all of the images you see here are our own photographs of the actual cars that we’ve tested.
The BMW i4 M50 offers a solution for motorists who want both an electric car and a driver’s car, thanks to its huge performance, rewarding…Read more
Anyone who still says that electric cars aren’t as good to drive as petrol cars needs to drive the all-electric Audi RS e-tron GT, which…Read more
The all-electric Audi e-tron GT offers a 298 mile range, and with 598PS, the RS GT model is the most powerful production car ever launched…Read more
The Porsche Taycan, particularly in rear-wheel drive form, offers a solution for motorists who want an all-electric car but who also want a sports car…Read more