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Breaking Down the 10 Best Luxury Electric Cars Available in the UK

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Electric luxury cars are becoming increasingly popular in the UK, with the sale and registration of new best executive cars increasing by 16% in July 2023 and over 45,737 public charge points available at workplaces and shopping centers across the UK.

Luxury electric cars have a lot to offer in terms of performance, luxury, and environmental friendliness. It requires no fuel, low maintenance, and better performance.

Here are the 10 best luxury cars available in the UK:

1. Tesla Model S:

Tesla Model S
Image- Wikipedia

Regardless of the relatively new company, Tesla’s authority in the electric vehicle market is witness to their quality, most advanced technology, loyal customer base, and sound brand reputation.
The company has been at the forefront of the electric car market since 2012 and its best executive cars are some of the most sought-after electric luxury cars in the market.


  • Electric power line drivers
  • A unique performance in all climate conditions
  • All-wheel drive system
  • The dual motor provides font and rear wheel tractions
  • Immediate grip and revolution control
  • Charge up to 80% in 40 minutes.
  • Speed is 60 mph in just 2.1 seconds
  • Range up to 405 miles on a single charge


  • The most advanced and convenient autopilot technology
  • 17-inch touchscreen display, wifi connectivity
  • Steering wheel controls integrate media, communications, navigation
  • Regular software updates are available
  • Automatic door handles
  • having side collision warning and emergency braking
  • floor-mounted battery pack

Range: On-road price £96,000

2. Jaguar I-Pace:

Jaguar I-Pace
Image- Top Gear

Jaguar launched its first luxury electric car in 2018 which was Jaguar I-Pace. It’s an SUV electric luxury car with a sitting of 5 passengers. I-Pace is represented as a dramatic design by the company that made a pretty impressive debut at the LA auto show.

I-Pace is the product of authentic Jaguar DNA, electric technology, and contemporary craftsmanship, and it’s a dramatic, future-facing, cab-forward design with a beautiful interior.


  • A custom-designed battery pack that I locked at the base
  • Long wheels base and short overhangs
  • Large grill and slim heading
  • A sporty look with white, black, blue, grey, and red colors
  • 19-inch alloy wheels
  • 23 cubic foot rear storage

Features ( technology):

  • Digital driver display and interactive controls
  • Intuitive infotainment system
  • Jaguar remote app controlled by smartphone
  • The app allows you to check battery levels
  • Allow to check pre-conditioning of the temperature


  • Able to travel 292 miles on a single charge
  • Accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5 seconds
  • 40 minutes to go from 0 to 80 percent charge
  • 90 kWh lithium-ion battery pack

Range: From £69,995 to £ 79,995

3. Audi e-tron

Audi e-tron
Image- Wired Uk

‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ is just not a slogan but it’s also an expression of the company’s future-oriented approach. Which means the process through Technology’. 

To build a sustainable future, the company is working to avoid environmental pollution, preserve natural resources, and take social responsibility. All of these factors make the Audi e-tron an excellent choice for anyone looking for a luxury electric car.


  • E-Tron’s impressive specifications and luxurious amenities
  • Top speed of 155 mph
  • can go from 0 to 62 mph in 5.7 seconds
  • 95 kWh battery offering a range of up to 248 miles
  • up to 80% battery can charge in 30 minutes


  • Luxurious amenities like massaging seat
  • Heated steering wheel,
  • Excellent infotainment system

4. Porsche Tycan

Porsche Tycan
Image- Auto Car

Porsche is one of the world’s leading luxury car brands, and they are now transitioning into electric luxury cars up to 80% of sales by 2030. Porsche SUV Macan is expected to launch in 2024.

The Porsche Taycan is the first-ever fully luxury electric car by Porsche in 2019. Taycan just looks like a sports car and can drive like a sports car too. Embodied the Taycan Turbo S, is a car that tackles incredible instant power.


  • A mix of aluminum ad steel body
  • Length of 4974 mm, width of 2144 mm
  • 19″ alloy wheel
  • red painted brake calipers
  • Unique front apron and black system plus
  • the glass-effect Porsche logo in the rear light bar


  • Accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
  • 79.2 kWh total power capacity
  • speed of 55 mph
  • charge at a rate of up to 270 kWh
  • Travel up to 320 miles on a single charge

Range: £79,255 to £152, 003

5. BMW i3

BMW i3
Image- Auto Car

BMW i3 is a four-door, all-electric hatchback, zero-emission vehicle that was first introduced in 2013. Aims to suppress the mark of 10 million all-electric vehicles delivered to customers in total by 2030.

BMW’s electrified vehicles play a big role in reducing fleet emissions and achieving strategic carbon reduction targets.

Eco-friendly Materials:

  • the eco-friendly car uses less energy and produces lower emission
  • made from lighter, more environmentally friendly materials
  • Have a smaller carbon footprint.

Exterior design:

  • Body made of the carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic
  • Four doors and seating for four occupants
  • The aluminum drive module incorporates the powertrain, frame, battery, and suspension
  • Sports like appearance
  • 19″ alloy wheels
  • Colors available imperial blue, minera; grey, cashmere silver, striking galvanic gold


  • 0 to 60 mph in 6.6 seconds
  • range extender by adding a small gasoline engine
  • 153 miles on a single charge
  • car’s center of gravity low and improve handling

Range: £ 30, 980 to £46,650

6. Mercedes-Benz EQC

Mercedes-Benz EQC
Image- Auto Car

Mercedes-Benz’s line ” The best or nothing” means superior richness and performance as compared to others. It has been changed a bit little to match the image of nature.

The EQC sets the standard for sustainability, performance, and style in the premium electric cars market. Introducing the Mercedes-Benz EQC in 2018, an electric SUV that combines innovative technology with luxury design.


  • 10.25-inch interior displays
  • Max range mode available for maximum efficiency until the next charge point
  • Voice-controlled smart-assist available
  • Navigation system suggest routes that include charging stations
  • Adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking


  • 19″ alloy wheels
  • Range 220 miles on a single charge
  • accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 5.1 seconds
  • charged from 10 to 80 % in 40 minutes


  • Flat panel displays
  • Three-spoke steering wheel
  • cabin clearly like techy and modern
  • more steeply raked dash
  • fluet-shaped inserts in the vents
  • new-age materials seats
  • 7 airbags, a sunroof, and voice assistance
  • three-dimensional maps and radar-based control

Range: £ 105, 610 to £119, 610

7. Rivian R1S

Rivian R1S
Image- Rivian

The Rivian R1S I their flagship SUV a high-end premium electric car that offers many features and amenities for its passengers launched in 2018 at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Rivian focuses on sustainability, using eco-friendly materials and manufacturing processes, the latest technology, and safety features making it a great choice for those looking for a luxury electric SUV.

Off-road Capabilities:

  • All-wheel drive system
  • Each wheel for a total f 835 horsepower
  • 908-pound feet of torque
  • 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds
  • the terrain through all kinds of weather
  • Up to 400 miles on a single charge
  • Full charge battery in 40 minutes

High-end Features:

  • Outfitted with a suite of driver-assistance technology
  • horizontally mounted infotainment system
  • onboard wifi hotspot
  • a wireless smartphone charging pad
  • Alexa voice assistant

Range: Starting at £56,000

8. Polester 2

Polester 2
Image- Top Gear

Geely, a Chinese automaker company has a controlling 82% stake in Volvo Cars. As such, the car manufacturer has close relationships and shares many technologies and components.

Volvo and Geely’s collaboration has resulted in a luxurious and practical premium electric car that will maximize the strength of the Swedish and Chinese automotive groups, delivering synergies on powertrains and sharing of electric vehicle architecture.


  • Can go from 0- 60 mph in 4.2 seconds
  • A range of up to 275 miles on a single charge
  • 19″ inch wheel
  • 80% battery gets charged within 31 minutes

Smart features:

  • A native Android automotive operating system
  • Comes with secure internet access
  • performance and safety functions controlled directly from the center display
  • 12.3″ digital driver display
  • infotainment system runs a range of familiar in-car apps
  • iPhone to be used via Polestar 2’s center display system and voice commands sustainability
  • Powered by electricity from batteries which is a sustainable source of energy
  • electric cars produce zero emission
  • use less energy and small carbon footprint

Range: £44,950 to £ 63, 950

9. Lucid Air:

Lucid Air
Image- Top Gear

Lucid Motors is an American eclectic luxury sports cars, grand tourers, and luxury electric car manufacturer. The company was founded in 2007, Lucid is headquartered In Newark, California.

Lucid Air was the first fully luxury electric car that was unveiled in December 2016. Offered in several trim levels, including the Lucid Air Pure. The Lucid Air is a luxury electric sedan with a focus on performance, range, and efficiency.


  • Advanced charging technology- 80% in just 20 minutes
  • Up to 1080 horsepower and all-wheel drive
  • Can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2 seconds
  • 516 miles on a single charge


  • Advanced driver assistance technology
  • front and side airbags for both driver and passenger
  • The large center display controls all of the car’s function
  • Provides 360-degree awareness around the vehicle
  • Active suspension
  • Panoramic sunroof’

Range: up to £188,100

10. Skoda Enyaq iV

Skoda Enyaq iV
Image- Sunday Times Driving

Skoda Enyaq iV is the first electric vehicle SUV manufactured by Skoda Auto and was introduced in September 2020. Including cosmetic and mechanical revisions to improve the sporty quotient of the best executive cars.

The Enyaq iV also has a sport line variant, with a different interior and exterior staying and extended standard features.


  • Can go 310 miles on a single charge
  • Charged 80% in just 1hr
  • 0-60 mph in 6.9 seconds


  • 13″ free-standing touchscreen
  • infotainment display
  • Digital instrument cluster
  • two-spoke steering wheel
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • powered driver’s seat with a massage function
  • Three-zone climate control
  • Android Auto and Apple car play connectivity
  • wireless charger

Range: Around £39, 000


In conclusion, Luxury electric cars getting more popularity due to the introduction of new models from major manufacturers such as Jaguar, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, Porches, and many more top leading brands launching their EVs.

As the world becomes increasingly focused on sustainability, many electric luxury car brands are turning their attention to electric vehicles. Electric vehicles are not only more environmentally friendly, but they also have the potential to be even more luxurious than their gasoline-powered counterparts

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