Megane: A car for those who appreciate traditional designs. It offers conventional desirability with a handsome, well-finished cabin and user-friendly features.
Form your own opinion on its appearance and message. It's a well-executed machine with versatility and dynamic qualities, akin to the Polestar 2 and Jaguar I-Pace. Simply put, it's an engaging electric car.
Model Y: Spacious cabin and ample storage with the absence of traditional engine components. Great to live with, plus Autopilot and efficient electric performance. Tesla's genius electric all-rounder.
Skoda Enyaq: Potentially a better buy than VW ID.4. Comparable specs needed for a conclusive verdict, but Enyaq impresses with a practical interior, enjoyable driving experience, and lower price.
BMW's iX: Showcase of materials, aerodynamics, and driver assist. Comfy, tech-filled home-on-wheels with impressive range and efficient charging for a full-size e-SUV.
Honda e: Legendary Urban EV Concept turned prototype and now the dinkiest, desirable mass-market electric car. We want one.
Hyundai Ioniq 5: Bold design hides a remarkable, complete family EV. With continued momentum, rivals like VW ID and Mercedes EQ should be concerned.
Tesla Model 3: Top Gear's 2019 saloon of the year, unrivaled by new EVs. Middle-aged but unbeaten, it remains one of the world's most compelling cars.
Taycan Cross Turismo: Most complete fast estate. Brilliant in fulfilling its role, surpassing RS6 and Panamera. Only the rowdy E63 tempts petrol lovers.
Polestar 2: Handsome, Audi-quality build, common-sense design. Seamlessly functional, no gimmicks to disappoint later. A loveable choice.
Kia EV6: Stylish, dynamic, and practical. Shares with Ioniq 5 but carves its own path. A well-rounded, satisfying EV.