New electric cars coming in 2024

Everything we know about the BMW i5 Touring


The second-generation version of BMW’s entry-level coupé-SUV gains an electric powertrain packing 308bhp and 364lb ft. It touts an official range of 279 miles and a maximum charging rate of 130kW.

Everything we know about the BMW iX2

BYD Seal U

BYD Seal U front quarter

Chinese giant BYD will expand its European line-up later this year with its foil to the Tesla Model Y, dubbed the Seal U. It’s based on the same e-Platform 3.0 as the impressive Seal saloon, with battery capacities of 71kWh and 87kWh, plus the ability to recharge at rates up to 150kW. In keeping with BYD’s UK pricing strategy, it’s expected to undercut the Model Y, which currently starts at £44,990.

Everything we know about the BYD Seal U

Citroën ë-C3

Citroen e-C3 front quarter

The electric version of the new C3 is one of the most important cars arriving next year, because it will be priced between £22,000 and £23,000, making it the one of the UK’s cheapest EVs by a significant margin. That nets a 44kWh lithium-iron-phosphate battery pack that delivers an official range of 199 miles, with the ability to charge at rates of up to 100kW.

Everything we know about the Citroën ë-C3 

Cupra Tavascan

Cupra Tavascan front quarter

The sporting sibling of the Volkswagen ID 5 will be available with a dual-motor, four-wheel-drive powertrain outputting 335bhp and 501lb ft of torque. It packs an 82kWh battery – the same unit as in the ID 5 – good for 341 miles of range in 282bhp, single-motor models.

Everything we know about the Cupra Tavascan

Dacia Spring

dacia spring front three quarter 1 1

The Spring is already a big seller in Europe but will have one of its biggest shortcomings – interior material quality – addressed before landing in the UK. In doing so, Dacia will take the fight to Citroën, potentially beating the starting price of the ë-C3 by several thousand pounds while offering similar on-paper specifications.

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