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Everyone is wondering what electric and hybrid vehicles will be available to buy in 2022-2023. With the government implementing the new rules of prohibiting sales of petrol, diesel and certain hybrid vehicles in the UK from 2030, drivers are now more interested in buying EV’s.

Many vehicle brands have announced their new electric vehicles. In this article, you will be able to see what brands and models that will be available for you to purchase in 2022-2023 and the details of the vehicles.

Electric Vehicles are not only the future but the present. With manufactures working on hybrid vehicles and EV’s to make them better and increase the travel range, more and more people are taking more of an interest and want to know what vehicles are or will be on the market.

Upcoming Electric vehicles 2022-2023

Audi electric cars

Audi A6 e-tron, has a range of 435 miles and is estimated to go on sale in 2023, however the prices will be around £70,000.
Audi Q6 e-tron, has a range of more than 300 miles and is scheduled to go on sale in 2022.

BMW electric cars

BMW iX3 facelift designs (electric series), has a range of 286 miles on a one charge range. The battery can charge up to 400-volts and 150kW, so if you plug it into a high-power charger, you can add 62 miles of extra range in just ten minutes.
BMW i7 electric, is expected to offer a range of more than 300 miles. This vehicle is scheduled to be on the market by the end of 2022. BMW also announced that more upmarket i7’s will offer a range of nearer 400 miles.
BMW iX1 , is expected to be in the UK by 2023 and is currently being tested. It is said that, the starting price for this vehicle will be of just under £50,000. The BMW iX1 will have a range of 250 miles.

Cupra electric cars

Cupra Born, will have a range from 260 to 335 miles. The Cupra born’s first deliveries to the UK will arrive in 2022. The prices will be from around £32,000.
Cupra Tavascan Electric SUV, has an expected range of 280 miles and the Cupra will go on sale in 2024.


Dacia Spring Electric, has said to be one of the most affordable electrical vehicles that will be on the market. It has a range of 140 miles and this vehicle should have been on sale in the UK already, however there has been a delay and will be available very soon.


Hyundai Ioniq 6 EV, has an expected launch date for 2022. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has a range of 300 miles.


Fiat Centoventi, is believed to be more affordable than the Fiat 500. It is believed that it will go on sale before 2025. The fiat is expected to have a range of 60 miles standard range and an extendable range up to 300 miles.


Lamborghini EV GT, is the new electric vehicle that will be built. It is expected to have a range of 300 miles and will likely cost more than £170,000. It is expected to go on sale between 2025 and 2030.


Mercedes EQB, is scheduled to be on sale in early 2022, with prices around £47,000. Mercedes has said that, there will be two versions available and they will have a range of 260 miles.
Mercedes EQE, is a smaller version of the Mercedes EQS and is believed to go on sale in 2022. It will have a range of 400 miles and likely to cost from £60,000.
Mercedes EQS SUV, will be on sale from 2022, with prices starting from £100,000. It is expected to have a range of more than 400 miles.


Nissan Ariya, has a release date of late 2021 to early 2022. The Nissan will have a range between 211 and 310 miles.


Porche Macan EV, has an expected launch date of 2023 and it is believed to have a range of over 400 miles.


Renault Megane eVision, is said to be on sale from 2022, with prices around £35,000. The Megane will range up to 280 miles.


Subaru Solterra, will go on sale from 2022. This is the first EV that the Japanese has manufactured.


VW ID3 Cabriolet, is thought to be launched in 2022, with prices above £30,000. The new VW ID3 Cabriolet, is believed to have a range of 263 miles.
VW ID3 R, has a possible range of 340 miles and could go on sale in 2023. The price of this vehicle will cost around £50,000.
VW ID.Buzz, is an electric van and is scheduled to be on sale by late 2022. The VW ID.Buzz has up to a range of 342 miles

Upcoming Hybrid vehicles 2022-2023

Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid, has a EPA rating of 24 miles of electric range and 26 mpg as a hybrid after that.
Toyota Tundra Hybrid Pick Up, is a full size truck and has up to a 25 mpg rating and a 750 mile range.
Toyota RAV4 Prime, provides a EPA rating of 42 miles of all-electric range and 38 mpg as a hybrid.
Hyundai Tucson Plug-In Hybrid, has a EPA rating of 33 miles of electric range and 35 mpg combined fuel economy.
Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid, has a EPA rating of 31 miles and a 76 mpg combined efficiency rating, as well as a 33 mpg combined fuel-economy rating in hybrid mode.
Kia Sorento Plug-In Hybrid, has a EPA rating of 32 miles of electric range and a 79 mpg efficiency rating.

Just remember that, there are various types of hybrid and electric cars to choose from and you need to make sure that the type of hybrid or electric vehicle is the right one for you. It’s important that you have a better understanding of the differences between the types of EV’s and PHEV’s as this will benefit you with regards to the cost and it will certainly help you make your decision much simpler.

The vehicles that will be discontinued in 2022

Due to the governments plan, there has already been more than 20 vehicles that have been discontinued, however there will be more vehicles being discontinued in 2022. These are the vehicles that will be discontinued in 2022;
Volkswagen Passat
⦁ Mazda 6
⦁ Mazda CX-3
⦁ Volvo V60 and V90
⦁ Toyota Land Cruiser
⦁ Honda Clarity
⦁ Hyundai Veloster
⦁ Polestar 1

It is believed that green hydrogen fuel vehicles will also be available soon. BMW are still under development of the BMW iX5 Hydrogen, which will enter a short production run in 2022 and will be used for demonstration and testing purposes. Many companies hope to produce green hydrogen vehicles by 2026 and still continue to work on hybrid vehicles to ensure they meet the governments requirements.

Frequently asked questions

What is the number 1 best selling EV?

The best selling EV at the moment is the Tesla Model Y. This SUV outsold the Tesla Model 3 this year.

Furthermore, Tesla doubled its production on the Model Y this year (2022).

The Tesla Model 3, is a very quick electric sports car.

What will be the best selling EV’s in 2023?

It is said, that the best selling EV’s in 2023 are predicted to be;

  • The Ford Mustang MACH-E
  • Chevrolet Bolt EV
  • Ford F150 Electric Truck

Will the sale of Hybrid cars be band?

With the Governments plan to ban petrol and diesel cars by 2030, these are the only vehicles that will be affected.

However, you will still be allowed to buy and sell used Hybrid Vehicles after 2035.

Which Hybrid Vehicles will be allowed after 2030?

Hybrid Vehicles will be allowed to be on sale from 2030 until 2035, as long as they are full hybrid or plug-in hybrids.

How long do EV batteries last?

It is believed, that the life expectancy of an EV battery is between 15 to 20 years.

Although, you need to take into account that EV batteries are still evolving and the lifespan of the batteries are likely to increase.

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