Electric cars (2022 to 2027): all electric cars with prices

The electric drive is still on the rise. From the smallest car to the luxury SUV – the range of e-cars is growing all the time. Sports cars like the Audi e-tron GT benefit from the spontaneous response and the high torque of the electric drive. New brands are even being founded to position further e-models, such as Hyundai with Ioniq, Seat with Cupra or Volvo with Polestar. Thanks to advancing battery technology and the simultaneous expansion of the charging infrastructure, electric cars are becoming an ever greater alternative to conventional combustion engines.

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This is also reflected in the registration statistics. In the 2021 calendar year, petrol engines were overtaken by electrified drives for the first time. According to KBA statistics, the share of petrol-powered passenger cars with 972,588 cars sold and 37.1 percent was just as clearly below the previous year’s level (46.7 percent) as the share of diesel cars (524,446) with 20.0 compared to 28.1 percent. The picture is completely different for alternative drives: 28.8 percent of all customers bought a total of 754,588 hybrid vehicles (+43 percent), 355,961 purely battery-powered electric cars (BEV) sold meant a 13.6 percent market share (+83.3 percent). Of the hybrid cars, 325,449 were plug-in hybrids with a plug, their share grew by 62.3 percent to 12.4 percent of all new registrations.

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Skoda Enyaq iV Coupé – sportier design for the E-SUV

Skoda is launching a sportier coupe version of the Enyaq SUV. With the Enyaq, Skoda was able to show the first SUV on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform. VW ID.4 and Audi Q4 e-tron followed later. Skoda then took more time with the corresponding coupe version and, after the ID.5 and Q4 e-tron Sportback, is now the last in the trio to add its own coupe version. Right from the start, the Enyaq Coupé is available as a 220 kW (299 hp) top-of-the-line RS model. The top version takes over the downforce from the GTX versions of the ID.4 and ID.5. The Enyaq RS Coupé can be ordered from February 2022 and is expected to be in dealerships in early summer at prices starting at around 53,000 euros. The regular Enyaq Coupé follows a little later and should start at around 43,000 euros.

VW ID.Buzz – the Bulli is going electric

The electric car family from VW is being expanded to include a minibus in the style of the first Bulli generation, the T1. In May 2022, the Wolfsburg-based company will open the order books for the electric bus, and the first copies are to be delivered in September. Volkswagen is not yet naming prices, but the Lower Saxony have already become concrete with the provisional drive. The ID.Buzz starts as a 150 kW / 204 hp version with a 77 kWh battery and an estimated range of around 450 km according to WLTP. In addition to the car, there should also be a camping and a cargo variant.

Mercedes EQE – technology and design from the EQS

The electric Mercedes E-Class is just as long as its conventional brother, but offers as much space inside as the long version only available in China. The design and the interior with a 1.41 meter widescreen, which extends almost over the full width of the dashboard, are clearly based on the EQS. Supposedly, the Mercedes will master autonomous driving according to level 3; then the driver should be able to temporarily take his hands off the wheel.

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BMW iX xDrive50


RRP from EUR 77,300, savings: up to EUR 14,159

Kia EV6

Kia EV6

RRP from EUR 44,990, savings: up to EUR 14,069 / in leasing from EUR 239

Mercedes EQS 580 4Matic

Mercedes EQS

RRP from EUR 97,807, savings: up to EUR 6,152

Hyundai Ioniq 5

Hyundai Ioniq 5

RRP from EUR 41,900, savings: up to EUR 12,594 / leasing from EUR 299

Audi Q4 e-tron 40

Audi Q4 e-tron

RRP from EUR 41,900, savings: up to EUR 12,420 / best leasing price: EUR 89

Skoda Enyaq iV80

Skoda Enyaq iV

RRP from EUR 34,600, savings: up to EUR 12,390 / in leasing from EUR 233

Mazda MX-30

Mazda MX-30

RRP from EUR 34,490, savings: up to EUR 12,756 / in leasing from EUR 197

Smart EQ Fortwo

Smart EQ for two

RRP from EUR 21,940, savings: up to EUR 11,430 / in leasing from EUR 60

Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3

RRP from EUR 46,560; Savings of up to EUR 9570 / in leasing from EUR 275.00

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