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New Electric cars coming in 2020

New Electric cars coming in 2020


Next year is set to be a hugely important year for EVs

While electric cars have been slowly rising in demand for some time, next year is set to be the tipping point for when they really begin to take off.

If a manufacturer doesn’t have something like this now, they will do soon, and more than likely they will in 2020. Here’s five key EVs that are launching in 2020.

Seat Mii Electric

Seat’s first electric car is based on the firm’s stylish and compact Mii city car – an ideal base for an electric car.

Yet, despite this being a small model, its 36.8kWh battery enables an impressive range of 161 miles, while rapid charging capability means it can be charged in under an hour.

SEAT Mii Electric

It’s also one of the most affordable EVs available, with prices starting from £19,300 once the government’s £3,500 electric car grant has been taken into account. Order books are already open, with first deliveries expected in March 2020.

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Volkswagen ID.3

While the ID.3 isn’t Volkswagen’s first EV, it is the model that establishes its new ‘ID’ range of EVs. It’s also the first model from the VW Group to sit on a new MEB platform specifically created for electric models.

Volkswagen ID.3

With a range of more than 300 miles expected in top-spec guise, along with an expected price of around £30,000, this is undoubtedly one of the most eagerly awaited EVs in 2020.

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Peugeot e-208

Peugeot is a manufacturer that is rapidly expanding its range of electric models, and the new e-208 supermini is a fantastic showcase for the firm.

Peugeot e-208

The stylish model boasts plenty of standard kit, as well as an upmarket interior, and thanks to a large 50kWh battery, the model can manage a claimed range of 211 miles – one of the longest of any supermini.

Prices for the e-208 start from £25,050, with first deliveries expected at the start of 2020.

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Honda e

Undoubtedly another of 2020’s most eagerly awaited electric cars, the Honda e is a bold and unique EV. A world apart from Honda’s other models, the ‘e’ is a city car that majors on being fun and technologically advanced – hence its digital wing mirrors and dashboard made up of five displays.

Honda e

Prices for the new ‘e’ start from £26,160, with reservations now open for the model ahead of 2020 deliveries.

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