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New EVs for 2021

It has become clear that vehicles powered by fossils fuels are bad for our environment. A new wave of electric vehicles is starting to emerge and is on the rise. According to The Economist, the proportion of vehicles powered by electricity is only going to keep growing, and quickly. This new era of vehicles will change the way that people travel and has already started creating competition between tech giants in a race to an electric future. The sudden growth in the popularity of electric-powered cars has meant a large release of new EVs in 2021. This article will guide you through some of the best new EVs for 2021.

Nissan Leaf

Nissan is a world leader in EVs and the Leaf is no exception to this. The Nissan leaf is equipped with the latest driving technologies including Propilot and e-pedal systems. This car is designed for long journeys and has a range of up to 239 miles. The Nissan Leaf also offers low running costs, making it a great option for buying an EV on a budget.

Skoda ENYAQ iV

The ENYAQ iV is Skoda’s first fully electric SUV. This vehicle offers two battery sizes and a range of 333 miles! There are two models currently available to order in the UK: the ENYAQ iV-60 NAV (which comes with alloy wheels, an infotainment system and front assist) and the ENYAQ iV 80 (which comes with chrome details, parking sensors and a heated steering wheel). This EV is the perfect family car with a comfortable interior and brilliant features.

Volvo XC40

The Volvo XC40 is the first electric vehicle made by Volvo and promises a fast, well-engineered EV experience. The car has an impressive range of 260 miles and the battery can be charged to 80% in just 40 minutes. For regular Volvo customers, the experience of their new EV will feel familiar and is meant to make driving this EV comfortable and straight forward. The Volvo XC40 is made to be durable, making it a great family car or vehicle for long commutes. The boot space is an incredible 413 litres and the ‘frunk’ adds an extra 31 litres of storage space. If you want an EV that feels familiar to your fossil-fueled car, the Volvo XC40 could be the perfect option for you in 2021.

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