Electric Cars

EVs to look out for in 2024

EVs we’re looking forward to in 2024

The world of electric vehicles never stops with more new models hitting the road than ever before. You’ll find a zero-emissions solution in just about every shape and size with demand for EVs continuing to grow. 2023 was a real high watermark for the world of electrification, but what does 2024 have in store?

Here are 5 of our most anticipated EVs of 2024.

ford explorer

Ford Explorer

The Explorer is a household name in America, but in 2024 the Ford Explorer SUV not only goes global but also all-electric. The modern design has echoes of its combustion forefathers, but the flowing aerodynamic bodywork certainly makes this a product of the 21st century. Seating five, expect plenty of head and leg room for all, not to mention a family-friendly 450-litre boot.

This all-new Explorer range kicks off with a 55kWh battery and rear-wheel drive, a combination that yields a range of up to 218 miles with a maximum charging speed of 130kWh. A larger 82kWh battery variant can charge at up to 170kW with a total range of 335 miles. Sitting at the top of the Ford Explorer Range is a 335bhp model with a range of 305 miles. Ford’s new SUV can muster a 10-80% rapid charge in just 25 minutes.

dacia springDacia Spring

Set to become one of the most affordable electric cars on the road, the Dacia Spring will be introduced to the UK in 2024. This compact SUV will be perfect for urban driving, being easy to park and highly affordable to run.

Details of its battery and range have yet to be announced, but in other markets where variants of the Spring are already sold, it can cover around 143 miles. Watch this space as the Dacia Spring could bring electric motoring to even more people.


cupra tavascanCupra Tavascan

Cupra has made a big impact over the few years it has been a standalone brand, winning awards and delivering some striking cars. Building on the success of the plug-in hybrid Formentor is Cupra’s first all-electric SUV, the Tavascan.

The Cupra Tavascan is another eye-catching machine that isn’t afraid to make a statement. Better than just looking the part, this EV has a range of up to 341 miles thanks to a 77kWh battery. Go for the performance-oriented VZ variant and you will sprint from 0-62mph in just 5.6 seconds. Charging at 135kW, 62 miles of range can be added in just seven minutes.


volvo ex30Volvo EX30

Volvo’s new baby of its range is a compact SUV which majors in fashionable Swedish minimalism. Its clean design inside and out is a refreshing departure from fussier rivals. A spacious cabin features interesting materials and a large touchscreen infotainment display.

There are two battery options for the EX30, a 51kWh with 214 miles of range, or a 69kWh battery offering up to 299 miles for those venturing further afield. Being a Volvo you also have a car with excellent safety pedigree.


mg cybersterMG Cyberster

MG has thrived during the electric revolution, in particular with the excellent MG4. In 2024 it’s looking to beat many sports car manufacturers to the punch by launching its own two-seat convertible. Going back to its sporting roots, the Cyberster – this name is subject to change – with its sleek profile and show-stopping dihedral doors could become a truly desirable EV.

A 77kWh battery powers the rear wheels with an expected range of 300 miles. There’s also a dual-motor version on the way with all-wheel drive and 536bhp.

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