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01.
Hyundai Ioniq 5
From
$65,000
8.7/10
From
$65,000

It's a Hyundai, but not as you know it. It's an electric car, but not like any you've driven before.The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is the fastest, most powerful production car the brand has ever produced. But can it track the seemingly impossible formula of an EV that's both fast and fun? We hit the road and the racetrack to find out.


02.
Tesla Model S
From
$67,888
9/10
From
$67,888

Tesla's Model S is the pride of the ground‑breaking electric carmaker's fleet. So, how does this sleek, full‑size, five‑door hatch fit with a family of four's requirements for a full week. Can the quiet achiever live up to its smooth reputation, and justify its not insubstantial price‑tag?


03.
Kia EV6
From
$72,590
7.9/10
From
$72,590

The line‑up for the 2024 Kia EV6 mid‑size SUV now offers buyers the same number of choices as popular rivals, allowing families to find the perfect electric 'fit' for their lives. What else does the it offer?


04.
BMW IX
From
$154,900
8.5/10
From
$154,900

BMW's first step towards the electric future with the i3 and i8 might not have resonated with customers, but its next‑generation of products will surely find an audience that is now a little more mature to the technology. Key to its success now will be the iX ‑ a large SUV (of course) ‑ that will serve as its electric car flagship in M60 form. But is it any good?


05.
Porsche Taycan
From
$156,900