Not all electric cars are expensive sports cars or saloons. There are models to suit many pockets, all with enticing range and power
Invicta Electric D2S
This two-seater micro city car has 49 hp, a maximum range of 150 km (250 km with 27 kWh battery) and top speed of 105 km/h. When all possible discounts and promotions are applied, it’s yours for only 8,495 euros.
This mini SUV from French low-cost brand, Dacia, delivers 44 hp, a maximum range of 230 km and a top speed of 125 km/h. Its price, with all possible discounts and promotions applied is 9,550 euros.
SEAT Mii Electric
The Spanish brand’s first 100% electric car offers 83 hp, a range of 260 km and a top speed of 130 km/h. With the maximum MOVES III subsidy, it would cost 11,800 euros.
Renault Twingo E-TECH
This is the smallest member of the Renault family and makes for a very appealing urban run-around. It offers 82 hp, up to 270 km range and a top speed of 135 km/h. After applying the maximum MOVES III discount, it is priced at 12,280 euros.
FIAT’s ‘cheeky little guy’ moves up a notch in terms of power, boasting 95 hp. Its range of 180 km, although not brilliant, is more than enough. The same goes for its performance: 135 km/h. Its starting price, with Moves III, is 14,900 euros.
MG ZS EV
The British MG compact SUV is a next-level electric alternative with 143 hp, 263 Km range and top speed of 140 Km/h. With the MOVES III subsidy and brand discounts included it will set you back 22,000 euros.
This is the first foray into electric from the brand behind the lightning bolt. It offers 136 hp, up to 337 km of range and a, not inconsiderable, max’ speed of 150 km/h. It shares its drive train with its PSA Group sibling, the Peugeot e-208. With subsidies included, its price comes in at 23,200 euros.
With 340 km of autonomy, this electric boasts slightly more range than the Corsa, but otherwise, the specs are identical. Given the most basic finish (Active), financing through the brand and with maximum discount from the MOVES III plan, prices start at 23,650 euros.