The Best All Electric Vehicles of 2023
Let’s take a look at the top 20 electric vehicles of 2023, here you can find our best rated vehicles. We have created this short list and the range is taken from the “Real World Estimates” to give you a more accurate range description.
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Tesla Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 is a stunning electric vehicle with a sleek design and filled with modern tech, it’s even capable of self-driving. The entry level Model 3 provides a range of 235 miles and the Long-Range version delivers 300 miles. The Model 3 is the best-selling electric car in the world, mostly due to its affordability and stylish looks.
The Kia EV 6 is a compact SUV battery electric vehicle and has already won the European Car of the Year award 2022, this electric vehicle has firmly planted its foot in the electric car market. The EV6 GT provides a range of 230 miles while the long range 2WD offers 255 miles. Kia’s most recent addition to the EV6 range is the EV6 GT which is the high-performance version featuring 21 inch wheels and a strengthened body.
Audi Q4 e-tron
The Audi Q4 e-tron is also a compact SUV with a base model featuring rear wheel drive providing a range of 240 miles while the dual-motor all wheel drive version delivers 265 miles. Audi expects the Q4 e-tron to be their 2nd best selling all electric vehicle. You can expect to find a tech filled interior featuring the unique squared off steering wheel.
The Taycan is the first production electric vehicle from Porsche and also features a fully digital interior, a first for Porsche. The Taycan comes in a variety of models, the entry level version has a range of 255 miles while the Taycan Plus supplies 295 miles. This sports car can perform well while embracing the practicability of any saloon.
The e-208 is the electric version of Peugeot’s supermini hatchback, this small electric car has low running costs and offers rapid charging. The e-208 is capable of travelling 175 miles on a single charge and can reach nearly 100mph. Luckily the interior features a trendy touch screen DAB radio with Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay.
The EQS is a full-sized luxury saloon electric vehicle and isn’t shy when it comes to styling and tech. Although the EQC is fast, it is more luxury orientated but will still accelerate from 0-60 in 4.1 seconds. The EQS comes with two offerings, the 450+ with 395 miles range but less performance while the AMG 53 gives 350 miles range with higher performance.
This sophisticated four-door electric coupe from BMW is part of the “i” brand, this vehicle has ample features and glows with quality. A useful range of 270 miles in the i4 M50 and 290 miles with the eDrive40 variant it will get you around in style. The interior not only looks nice but you can feel the quality too, with a curved display and sharp response time to touch, this is a fantastic electric vehicle.
Another compact SUV that has recently had a face lift is the vRS version of the Enyaq. This SUV is a prime example of what an affordable practical family car should be. The 60 model will get you 205 miles on a single charge whereas the model 80 will provide 275 miles. The interior boasts a Virtual Cockpit digital instrument display, climate control, cruise control and rear parking sensors all included on the entry 60 model.
The Cupra Born is a small family electric car full of character, closely related to the ID3 this electric vehicle is sportier looking and a little more upmarket. You can expect to get 215 miles range from the entry 58kW model while the 77kW e-Boost will get you 280 miles range. A 12” touch screen takes centre stage on the interior along with the 5.3” digital cockpit display, it also comes with a nice suede finish with Apple CarPlay and AndroidAuto as standard.
Volvo XC40 Recharge
This luxury crossover SUV from Volvo is the pure electric version of the XC40, everything from tech and comfort is included in this electric vehicle. The XC40 Recharge has two available models, the single motor version will get you 205 miles out of a single charge and the twin motor model will provide 235 miles from a single charge. The interior sports a crisp and clear touchscreen and voice commands, rear parking sensors and cameras as standard.
Hyundai Kona Electric
Another crossover SUV on our list is the Hyundai Kona, an affordable electric vehicle that’s both practical and comfortable. This well made electric vehicle can drive for 155 miles on a single charge with the 39kW model and a hefty 245 miles on the 64kW version. The interior features gear select buttons instead of the traditional gear switcher and a responsive 10” touch screen digital display.
The polestar 2 is the sub brand of Volvo so you can expect safety to be a selling point with this electric vehicle, featuring google’s automotive operating system this vehicle is the first to implement this new software. The performance model is capable of achieving 127 miles on a single charge while the long range single motor can get 260 miles from a fully charged battery.
Renault Megane E-Tech Electric
The Megane E-Tech is the all electric small family car from Renault and comes with design efficiency from the onset. Only one model exists at the time of writing, you can expect 205 miles range from a single charge. The interior will excite anyone with its modern looking design, featuring a 12.3-inch driver instrument display and a 9-inch touch screen with integrated sat nav. This electric car is something to watch out for.
The Mini electric is the electric version of the popular Mini, this small hatchback has retained the retro looks as it steps into the electric revolution. You can expect 110 miles range from this little city car. High quality buttons and switches appear on the cockpit along with the iconic circular instrument panels and a 8.8” screen.
Audi e-tron GT
The Audi e-tron GT is a luxury high performance four door coupe with a sports car look. This spacious five seat EV is filled with modern technology allowing you to travel in comfort and style. Two types of this model are available, the Audi e-tron GT RS which can give you 250 miles range and the e-tron GT quattro which will give you a little more range, 260 miles. The almost iconic Audi virtual cockpit is displayed on a 12.3” screen while the MMI touch screen and sat nav are displayed on a 10.1” screen.
The Jaguar i-pace is a crossover SUV that has been crowned the European Car of The Year award 2019. Featuring parts from the Jaguar Formula E racing programme this car has a performance feel and premium looks throughout. The EV400 model is the only one available with a real-world range of 235 miles. The Jaguar i-pace has a Pivi Pro 10” touch screen on the dashboard and a sleek polished aluminium finish. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity is standard in this vehicle.
Nissan’s take on the family crossover SUV is the Ariya, this electric vehicle is practical and boasts quality. Eco friendly models range from the 63kW, which can travel 200 miles on a single charge and the 87kW model, with a maximum range of 275 miles. The interior has a minimalistic look with haptic controls instead of buttons to control the heating, a modern quality feel for the interior shines throughout.
Ford Mustang Mach-E
The electric SUV Ford has brought to market is the Mach-E. Featuring the Mustang nameplate, you can expect this SUV to perform pretty well. Models of the Mach-E range from rear wheel drive and all wheel drive, the SR rear wheel drive will travel for 220 miles on a single charge while the ER rear wheel drive will get you 280 miles.
The small family electric hatchback to feature the ID nametag is the Volkswagen ID.3. This vehicle provides good value for money and the renowned VW build quality. The pure performance model can drive for 215 miles on a single charge while the top-of-the-line Pro S model will travel a staggering 341 miles. Minimalist, modern and digital is the feel of the interior of the ID.3 with a huge set of technology packed in sat nav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are integrated as standard.
If you’ve made your choice and are waiting for your new all electric car to arrive, now is the time to get organised! Beat the rush and get your EV charger installed before the shiny new 23 registered electric vehicles arrive in March. Home charging your electric vehicle is the most convenient way to top up your vehicles battery!