Audi – Audi’s vision is to be completely carbon neutral by the year 2050 and, with that in mind, its first fully electric SUV went into production in 2019. By 2025, 40% of new Audis will be electric and by the end of this year, you’ll have a choice of 12 Audi EVs. Audi wants to reduce its carbon footprint by 30% and putting around £28 billion of investment into electric mobility. The Audi e-tron is a premium crossover SUV with a range of configurations and up to 270 miles of travel on a single charge.
Porsche – Bill Gates recently revealed that he chose the Porsche Taycan as his first electric car. Although the Taycan is Porsche’s only all-electric vehicle, the company plans to create derivatives depending on its success. The Taycan already comes in three variants – the 4S, the Turbo and the Turbo S – offering between 188 and 216 miles of range.
Jaguar – The I-PACE started delivery in 2018 and is Jaguar’s first ever electric SUV. In its first year, the I-PACE won 62 awards internationally, making it one of the most praised production cars of all time. It won Car of the Year, European Car of the Year and World Green Car in 2019. The Jaguar I-PACE is a superb first attempt at an electric vehicle offering a maximum range of 292 miles.