Track news, reviews, specifications and road trip stories for all models of electric vehicles available in Australia. For more info on what EVs to buy in Australia, check out our latest guide: Electric vehicles: What is available and at what price in Australia

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  • Audi e-tron Audi e-tron -
    The 100% electric e-tron with 370km real world range is Audi's first model to officially enter the world of electric vehicles.
  • BMW i3 BMW i3 2019 -
    Dynamic and chic, the i3 is BMW's premium all-electric city car, with 260km real world range suitable for most everyday needs.
  • BMW i3s BMW i3s 2019 -
    The sports variant of BMW's groundbreaking electric i3 series, the BMW i3s accelerates from 1 to 100km/hr in just 6.9 seconds.
  • Source: Hyundai Hyundai Ioniq Electric -
    Australia's first all-electric vehicle priced at under $50,000! Hyundai developed the IONIQ models (all-electric, a plug-in hybrid and plain hybrid) according to the motto: "All good things come in threes".
  • Hyundai Kona Electric Hyundai Kona Electric -
    With the new, battery electric Hyundai Kona electric with 400km real world range, Hyundai is further expanding the model diversity of alternative-powered vehicles.
  • Jaguar iPace Jaguar i-Pace -
    The all new Jaguar i-Pace comes is an all-electric SUV with up to 480km range on one battery charge. Thanks to its 3m wheelbase and 656 litres in the trunk, the Jaguar i-Pace offers plenty of space - even more with the back seat folded down.
  • Mercedes-Benz EQC Mercedes-Benz EQC -
    The first all-electric vehicle from Mercedes-Benz, the EQC premium electric SUV has an 80kWh battery with 417km range (WLTP), and is expected to arrive in Australia before the end of 2019.
  • Nissan Leaf Nissan Leaf 2018 -
    The best-selling new Nissan Leaf now features a 40kWh battery for 240km real world range, and will be Australia's second model available for a price starting below $50,000.
  • Porsche Taycan Porsche Taycan -
    Porsche's production version of its Mission E concept, the Porsche Taycan is a high-performance luxury all-electric sportscar.
  • Kangoo Renault Kangoo ZE Van -
    Renault's Kangoo ZE is aimed at the local business and delivery sector, with plenty of loading space in the back.
  • Renault Zoe Renault Zoe -
    In its latest version of the all-electric small city hatchback, French carmaker Renault upgraded the battery to 41kWh for a real world range of up to 300km (depending on conditions).
  • Tesla Model 3 Tesla Model 3 Performance -
    The performance variant of Tesla's "mass-market" Model 3 sedan features a 79.5kWh battery and dual motor, all-wheel drive for improved handling and control. It's EPA-rated range is 499km, it has a top speed of 261km/hr and can accelerate from 1-100km in just under 3.4 seconds. It starts at $85,000 before on road costs.
  • Tesla Model 3 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus -
    Hardly any other electric car has been anticipated with so much excitement: Tesla Model 3 is possibly the definitive breakthrough of electric cars and a catalyst for the entire industry. The upgraded base model of the EV pioneer's family sedan starts at $66,000 in Australia (before on road costs) and came onto the Australian market in May 2019.
  • Tesla Model S Tesla Model S 100D -
    Tesla's Model S 100D has the longest range of any all-electric car currently on the Australian market.
  • Tesla Model X 100D Tesla Model X 100D -
    Model X 100D is an upgrade on the Model X 75D, with a 100kWh battery for superior real world range of 470km.
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