Let’s dive in to a world of concept and road electric cars and take a close look at some of the candidates for the fastest electric car in the world.
Audi’s most recent e-tron announcement is a big one, going all-in with an electric-only SUV. It’s not an electrified Q5 or Q7 and it’s not the new Q8 – it’s the dedicated e-tron SUV.
In its latest product roadmap, Ford plans to focus on hybrids over EVs for the near future, with only a single EV planned by 2020.
Volkswagen has secured huge battery supply contracts to fuel a worldwide push to produce and sell 3 million EVs per year by 2025.
The MINI Electric Concept is MINI Cooper’s take on the future of their brand under an electric future – here’s what to expect.
The IONIQ is scheduled to show up in Australian showrooms mid-year, in both battery and plug-in hybrid variants. We’re keeping our fingers crossed! Here’s our full guide.
We thought we’d have a quick look at the Jaguar I-Pace S and the Model X 75D, their starting prices and specs to see what you’re getting for your money – whether the Jag really is that much cheaper.
Porsche sprung a surprise at Geneva with the Mission E Cross Turismo. This car follows on from the Panamera-like Mission E, with a bit more altitude and more space.
Yet another EV concept from Volkswagen, but they reckon it’s going into production by 2022 at the latest.
The Jaguar I-Pace is their first all electric car. With a fantastic range, luxurious interior, sporty exterior and super fast 0-100 km/h time of 4.8 seconds it’s not to be missed!
Drive Zero car guides go deep on a specific electric car model – here’s all you need to know about the Jaguar I-Pace.