- WhatCar's first ever Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Awards

    These are the Winners of the FIRST EVER WhatCar Electric Car Awards

    The UKs best PHEV and EV cars for every budget

    15w ago

    10.1K

    By Phil Bradley

    Electric and plug-in hybrid cars aren't something we can ignore. There are new models being released all the time, and in all shapes and sizes, to suit almost any budget. Here in the UK, electric car sales don't seem to have been affected by the Coronavirus as much as conventional engine powered cars, with 30,000 electric vehicles being sold in the UK in the first 6 months of 2020. That's 159% up on the same period in 2019.

    With this trend continuing to accelerate, WhatCar have named the best model in every class, and have launched the first ever, annual Electric Car Awards. The Winners have been chosen from eight different categories and split between full electric and plug-in hybrid Winners.

    Electric Car Winners

    Value Car - Seat Mii Electric

    Priced from £22,800

    Priced from £22,800

    Small Car - Peugeot e208

    Priced from £30,118

    Priced from £30,118

    Family Car - Hyundai Ioniq

    Priced from £32,951

    Priced from £32,951

    Family SUV - Kia e-Niro

    Priced from £36,850

    Priced from £36,850

    Luxury SUV - Jaguar I-Pace

    Priced from £63,256

    Priced from £63,256

    Executive Car - Tesla Model 3

    Priced from £56,490

    Priced from £56,490

    Performance Car - Porsche Taycan 4S

    Priced from £84,189

    Priced from £84,189

    Seven Seater - Tesla Model X

    Priced from £86,380

    Priced from £86,380

    Plug-In Hybrid Winners

    Family Car - Mercedes A250e

    Priced from £31,461

    Priced from £31,461

    Small SUV - Kia Niro PHEV

    Priced from £29,843

    Priced from £29,843

    Large SUV - Ford Kuga PHEV

    Priced from £30,836

    Priced from £30,836

    Estate Car - Skoda Superb Estate iV

    Priced from £34,196

    Priced from £34,196

    Executive Car - BMW 330e

    Priced from £39,940

    Priced from £39,940

    Performance Car - Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid

    Priced from £83,788

    Priced from £83,788

    Seven Seater - Volvo XC90 Recharge

    Priced from £63,263

    Priced from £63,263

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    Comments (17)

    • Looks like they just named every electric car on the market

        3 months ago
      • No Dan, there are many, many more EVs on the market these days. The inclusion of PHEVs is a bloody nonsense though. They are still hydrocarbon fuelled, but save what others waste, to use for harder acceleration. They a 'a bit' less...

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          3 months ago
      • It was meant to be a joke but I agree abt hybrids

          3 months ago
    • Is the nia Niro a cheap Chinese copy?

        3 months ago
    • How is the Tesla model 3 executive?? It’s so cheap

        3 months ago
      • FROM 56K... that's in no way 'cheap'! My house cost less than that! It's what one might conceivably call 'value for money', but never cheap!

          3 months ago
      • I mean the design quality and look of it is cheap. I know it’s very expensive but it still looks cheap.

          3 months ago
    • Does any petrol head give a f**k. No.

        3 months ago
    • why do you have two 7 seater awards??????????

        3 months ago

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