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Electric cars to come

Electric cars are no longer confined to science fiction and they’re not just found on the driveways of the rich and famous in LA, nowadays you’ll see lots of drivers on British roads behind the wheel of an electric car. We’ve taken a look at the best upcoming cars.

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The Audi Q7 is a plug-in hybrid SUV/crossover which will go from 0 to 60 mph in just 6.1 seconds. That’s pretty quick for a car in this class. Audi are expecting this model to push their brand into the electric market in a big way.

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The next car on our list is the BMW X5 eDrive. This monster is another SUV that’s set to move the market on. This plug-in hybrid electric SUV shows the direction that car makers are going, making electric cars every day vehicles rather than futuristic two-seaters.

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The next car on our list is the BMW X5 eDrive. This monster is another SUV that’s set to move the market on. This plug-in hybrid electric SUV shows the direction that car makers are going, making electric cars every day vehicles rather than futuristic two-seaters.

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Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class Plug-in will hit showrooms in 2015. There’s not a lot of info about this car but it’s been spied on track at the Nurburgring so we expect it to be quick.

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The Rimac Concept_One is an electric supercar made in Croatia. The issue with this one is that it’ll cost something like £650,000 when it’s made available which means that it’ll be exciting and attractive to the public but no one will buy it. Thankfully only 88 will ever be built.

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The Tesla Model X is one of the most important electric cars arriving soon. If the car comes with the sort of performance that’s been promised, this luxury SUV will be the sort of car that advertises electric cars to those who have yet to take an interest.

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The Tesla Model X is one of the most important electric cars arriving soon. If the car comes with the sort of performance that’s been promised, this luxury SUV will be the sort of car that advertises electric cars to those who have yet to take an interest.

Electric Car Subsidies explained

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The Volvo XC90 T8 is a plug-in hybrid SUV that the Swedish firm say will produce 470 lb-ft of torque and 400bhp. There will be a 25 mile all-electric range and it’ll produce just 60 g/km of C02.

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The VW Passat GTE Plug-in, which was unveiled in 2014, is expected to go from 0 to 60 mph in under 8 seconds. That’s not bad for an averagely priced car. There will also be a top speed of 136mph and an all-electric range of 31 miles. This car will be great for a daily commute.

Electric Car Subsidies explained

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The VW Passat GTE Plug-in, which was unveiled in 2014, is expected to go from 0 to 60 mph in under 8 seconds. That’s not bad for an averagely priced car. There will also be a top speed of 136mph and an all-electric range of 31 miles. This car will be great for a daily commute.

Electric Car Subsidies explained

Photos: Autoblog.it

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