(Pocket-lint) - The age of The electric car is on us as more people move to embrace zero emission motoring and more manufacturers release an increasing number of models to choose. While Theres still some way to go to establish a nationwide charging network, Theres expansion all The time, removing The worry that some might have about charging Their car on The move. These are our special electric cars, all fully considered by us covering a range of crossovers, tight and larger SUVs, across all price points. These cars are all available to buy now, with many more to come in The future. Crossover two hundred and eighty-two mile range, 64kWh attack charge from £34,495 What The Kia e-Niro does is grasp a long range out of a decent battery, thanks to its effective design. Its a crossover so has appeal with a high ride height - great for The school run - but it doesnt go to The luxury extremes that some oTher models do, and its lighter as a result, which is beneficial in an EV. Its a large car, because you get a area of miles for your money, features to support EV moving and a great spec even at The entry level. The problem? There might be a bit of a waiting list to get one, but as EVs go, its superb. close saloon two hundred and fifty-four miles (Standard space Plus) From £39,500 The Tesla paradigm three is snatch up The EV world. stumbled as The affordable electric car, it comes in different variations, with The cheapest having The shortest range - but while The step-up (Long Range) offering an impressive 310 miles and all-wheel drive. Theres a minimalist interior but with a customary huge central display, safety features like Autopilot, as well as huge brand value because its a Tesla - and thats very much The name in electric cars right now. Teslas advantage also extends to The Supercharger network, which at busy points in The UKs road network often provides many more rapid chargers than are available to oTher EV drivers. Crossover, SUV fashion three hundred mile range, 64kWh attack cost move at under £37,950 The Hyundai Kona is perhaps The most charming all-electric truck available. You get a area of tech and safety gear, plus plenty space for a family of four thanks to The SUV styling. The 64kWh rendition is The most appealing, but it only stands in Premium SE trim, which lifts The price but basically gives you everything on The spec sheet. Theres also a 39kWh translation in SE and Premium trims, which move at £ 29,600. It portion a lot with The Kia e-Niro, so you get a lot for your money. Yes, The price is elevating, but its still competitive against its rivals, with SUV charms. Crossover two hundred and eighty-two mile range, 64kWh attack Prices from £33,795 The Kia body EV is now in its lesser generation, distributing a lot with The Kia e-Niro when it comes to The battery, range and overall driving experience. Its a touch cheaper for The First Edition, making this one of The most affordable longer range EVs on The roads right now. Yes, The project does halve opinion with its boxy looks, and The interior space is geared towards The passengers raTher than The boot. But this is a great electric car, lovely to drive and does away with common pain points like range anxiety. Hatchback one hundred and sixty-eight mile range, 40kWh attack Prices from £26,845 The Nissan Leaf reinforces upon one of The best selling electric cars in The UK, firmly lodged in The hatchback segment. A current design, a bulky attack with longer range and a great drive give The Nissan Leaf plenty of appeal. Theres options for trim - without getting too expensive - and a drive thats positive and fun. Theres a Leaf e+ for those wanting more power and range, but The new Leaf e+ N-Tec at £33,295 with 240 miles of range is very appealing. Theres oodles of tech - involving The option for ProPilot for semi-autonomous driving - in a package thats ample refined. admiring for a little electric hatch? Its probably The Leaf you want. close hatch one hundred and thirty-seven mile range, 35.5kWh attack Prices from £26,160 The Honda e is all about style. Its totally unusual and certainly one of The most fascinating vehicle on The road, certainly from The interior. The huge expanse of displays, The lounge style interior and The happy exterior styling give The Honda e plenty of appeal. But this is also a small electric car, with a smaller battery than many, meaning The range if strictly local - but thats also reflected in The cheaper price. Saloon one hundred and ninety-three mile range, 38.3kWh attack Prices from £ 29,950 The Hyundai Ioniq is a nod to efficiency. While truck like The Kona go SUV styling, The Ioniq is designed to be as effective as possible. That it include achieve The range it does from The limited attack is a testament to that and that also helps keep The price in check. Because you get a lot for your money in The Ioniq which is why its proven popular - and is now in its second generation. Theres a place of tech no board, a long warranty and gorgeous plenty everything comes as standard. Hyundai offers two levels of trim, but when it comes to value for money, you get a lot from The Ioniq. close hatch one hundred and thirty mile range, 32.6kWh attack Prices from £24,900 The Mini Electric - or Mini Cooper SE as its technically understood - is one of The most recent addendum to The UKs roads. It takes The Mini Hatch and packs in a small 32.6kWh battery, good for between 120-140 miles, so again, this is more of a local driver raTher than something youll want to take long range. For The Mini boyfriend its everything The Cooper S is - its sporty, fun to drive and basically looks and reacts exactly The equal as The petrol Mini. At The same time, not much has changed in bringing this out as an electric car. Saloon three hundred and seventy-nine mile range, 100kWh battery Prices from £ 81,200 If you were seeing for The daddy of electric cars, it has to be The Tesla Model S. It marries The commercial and environmental benefits of electric power, with a serious helping of luxury and speed. It also has The intelligent Autopilot mode that can keep you in lane on The motorway whilst monitoring cars around you adapting your speed and changing lanes for you. The Tesla paradigm S was wowing with its speed and large interior touchscreen while electric cars were still a twinkle in countless oTher manufacturers eyes. While most have combine on narrow truck or SUV, The Tesla Model S cuts a swaThe through The executive saloon segment. There are two versions to choose from: long range and performance. SUV three hundred mile range, 90kWh attack Prices from £ 64,495 The Jaguar i-Pace was one of The first fat marque, completely electric, truck on The road. The i-Pace shoves into SUV styling, giving you place and practicality inside, but with a sporty drive. Its very plenty The indulgence electric car to excite. Theres oodles of tech, but its The smoothness of The driving that really makes this car feel like The embodiment of an electric future. Theres oodles of power, while The lifelike starting range comes in somewhere in The 220-250 mile range.
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