Go Green, In Style

With electric motor and battery technology developing at breakneck speed, the natural step for manufacturers was to develop electric vehicles (EVs) that combine luxury and genuine sports performance.

Tesla Model S

For the driver who loves to drive, the current Tesla Model S is one of the most rewarding all-electric experiences around. With futuristic looks and a minimalist interior, it comes loaded with the latest EV tech. Spacious, comfortable, and practical too, it boasts four doors, and five seats and plenty of room for luggage, shopping, or sports equipment.

The Tesla Model S is fast, even with standard specification and trim, it will exceed 160mph, hurtling past 60mph in a touch over three seconds. For perspective that’s faster than a Lamborghini Gallardo.

The driving range of EVs is always a talking point and here, the Tesla S once again leads the way, boasting over 400 miles on a single charge; a feat achieved by having a large 100kWh battery pack to drive all four wheels through a single-speed transmission.


BMW i4 eDrive40

As BMW’s first all-electric Gran Coupé, the BMW i4 eDrive40 offers drivers a blend of performance, classic BMW style, tech, and comfort, that comes together to deliver a truly outstanding driving experience.

The BMW i4 eDrive40 is no slouch; it will touch 60mph in four seconds and can go up to 365 miles between charges. As a fully-fledged five-seater, the four-door BMW i4 cabin is spacious and comfortable and provides rear passengers with ample leg space and headroom.

The interior design is sumptuous and modern. In line with all new BMWs, the expansive control and entertainment systems are intuitive and excellent. The sporty shape is forceful but, not too aggressive, and features a long wheelbase, short overhangs and a smooth sloping roofline that oozes elegance.


Porsche Taycan 4S

The beautiful Porsche Taycan is the renowned German manufacturer’s first full EV, and, like its petrol siblings, it’s fast, fun to drive, easy on the eye and yet practical enough to use every day.

The four-door Taycan was introduced in 2019 and since then its model range has expanded considerably. The new entry-level 4S is a remarkable car and considered by many the pick of the bunch.

As one would expect, the tech, aesthetics and build quality are pure Porsche. With its sleek lines, low profile rims and aggressive posture, Porsche is making a statement of EV intent. On the road, the 4S is fast and matches the Model S for raw pace, but adds a natural hunger for corners and has precise steering and delightful balance and poise.