Can green cars also be fun? We say yes, and here are ten electric cars that attempt to prove that it’s possible to combine efficiency and driving enjoyment.
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 driving experience.
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 can be a very refined five-seater luxury saloon, or a crazy zero emission racing car.
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 handling and driver-focused BMW interior.
The electric Kia EV6 is one of the best cars – electric or otherwise – that you can buy; read on to find out all the reasons why, including the driving experience, electric range, charging speed, design, practicality and more.
The all-electric Jaguar I-PACE offers an excellent driving experience on the road, and it can even go off-roading in snow and ice; it also has a decent electric range and it was updated for 2021.
The electric CUPRA Born is basically a Volkswagen ID.3 with a few engineering and cosmetic tweaks; there’s no real difference compared to the ID.3 in terms of performance, but the small changes have resulted in an excellent all-round car.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT is a high performance version of the Mustang Mach-E, which even in its basic form has good performance anyway – so is the GT worth the extra price premium?
The MINI Electric takes the standard MINI ‘go-kart’ handling and adds a fully electric powertrain, which is lower down and more central in the car than a petrol engine, resulting in handling that’s even more fun.
The Tesla Model 3 Long Range Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive has an official driving range of 374 miles along with rapid performance and lots of grip – and the driving experience has improved since we last reviewed this car in 2020.
The Skoda ENYAQ Coupe iV vRS offers 299PS of power, 460Nm of torque and all-wheel drive, delivering a 0-62mph time of 6.4 seconds – with an official combined WLTP electric driving range of 323 miles.
Skoda ENYAQ iV Coupe vRS review coming soon