Electric cars are rapidly growing in popularity in the UK with many motorists now making the switch, which is easy to see when you consider the many benefits along with the range of vehicles that are now available. 2021 looks set to be a great year for the electric car market with many highly anticipated vehicles scheduled for release. Here are a few of the most anticipated models:
The BMW X3 SUV is currently the iconic brand’s best selling vehicle, but this could soon be about to change with the BMW iX3 electric version becoming available later this year. With an impressive range of 285 miles to go along with BMW’s sleek styling, luxury interior and enjoyable driving experience, this will certainly be a popular model for those looking to make the switch.
Audi e-Tron GT
The stunning e-Tron GT will become Audi’s second electric vehicle after the hugely successful e-Tron SUV and a great choice for anyone looking to turn heads and an electric car that packs a punch. This gorgeous sports saloon boasts an impressive 0-62 time of just 3.5 seconds with a total of 582 bhp, plus it is capable of 248.5 miles on a single charge. You will want to make sure that you have all you need to enjoy this vehicle, including the right insurance to protect your investment.
The Nissan Leaf has been one of the most popular and influential electric cars to hit the market, so it is understandable that people are excited about the arrival of the Ariya in 2021. The five-person crossover is said to have a range of up to 300 miles (putting it close to the Tesla Model Y) to go along with a spacious cabin with a low, flat floor.
Volvo XC40 Recharge
The XC40 is Volvo’s first foray into the electric car market and one which could be a great success this year, particularly when you consider the popularity of the original XC40 crossover. The XC40 Recharge is said to have a range of 248 miles and 402bhp.
Dacia has made a name for itself for its affordable, no-thrills vehicle and the Dacia Spring is no different and could be a great way for motorists with a small budget to make the switch as Europe’s most affordable electric car.
These are a few of the most anticipated electric vehicles scheduled for release this year and should encourage more motorists to make the switch.