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The most exciting EVs coming to Australia in 2024

Most exciting EVs coming to Australia in 2024

The last few years have seen some practical and more affordable EVs arrive on Australian shores. But, as the Australian desire for electric cars continues to grow, some of the more inspiring and fashionable models are finally making their way to the Southern Hemisphere.

Certainly, one of the chicest choices you could make in 2024 is to invest in an EV. Especially, given the calibre of some of these new-to-market models. If you're thinking of moving to electric in the future, here are some of the most luxurious and exciting cars arriving in Australia in 2024.


Volkswagen ID.4

Volkswagen id.4

This slick, mid-sized SUV is undoubtedly going to draw a lot of attention. It has all the sensibilities we're used from the Volkswagen brand, packaged into a sporty shell.

The top spec model has a reported range of 522km on the WLTP cycle but the price is yet to be confirmed.


Mini Cooper EV

Mini Cooper E

Electric Mini Coopers are not new, but this is a complete revamp. Mini Cooper enthusiasts are cult-like in their passion, and this revived model will not disappoint.

Specs and pricing details aren't available yet but you can register your interest at the link.


Lexus LBX

Lexus LBX

This hybrid car is dropped into showrooms in the first quarter of 2024. It's a delightfully practical compact SUV or cross, it could technically fit into both categories.

Considering this is a luxury vehicle, it has been competitively priced at $47,550 before on road costs.


Volvo EX30

Volvo EX-30

This compact SUV is perfect for those who want the practicality of an SUV without the cumbersome size. It comes with all the bells and whistles you'd expect, although Volvo did remove the retractable sunroof from this model.

It's priced at $59,990 before on road costs, and comes with 480km of range.


Porsche Macan 4 E

Porsche Macan E

Sometimes dreams do come true: the Macan's electric sister is finally arriving in Australia in 2024.

According to Porsche, the range is 613km and at this stage, it's due in showrooms in September, and will be priced at $133,700 plus on road costs.


Renault Megane E-tech

Renault Megane E

An embodiment of quintessential elegance, the electric Megane is one of the best-looking EVs available.

It boasts a 450km range and plenty of luxe features, and comes in at $64,990 before on road costs. It should be dropping into showrooms within the next few weeks.


Abarth 500e 

Abarth 500e

This launch is one that has even the biggest petrol-heads clutching their seats. Abarths are in a class of their own and this is no exception. It's a mini, daily driver for true car lovers.

It comes in at $60,500 plus on road costs, and the driving range is estimated to be 252km.


Ford Puma EV

Ford Puma E

Slated to appear in the second half of 2024, the Puma may already seem familiar to you. That's because it's currently sold as a petrol car in Australia. But when the EV iteration arrives, the petrol version will be leaving the market.

The range and pricing details are still unconfirmed. Watch this space.


MG Cyberster

MG Cyberster

MG has stepped away from it's lower price point when developing the Cyberster sports car. Priced at over $100,000, it is definitely one of more if not the most expensive models MG makes – and it comes with the luxurious aesthetic to match.

The battery range is yet to be confirmed.


Peugeot e-208

Peugeot e-208

Cute and compact, this hatchback makes its return to Australia as an EV. There's no concrete arrival date yet, we just know it should be appearing in showrooms in the first half of this year.

The range is estimated to be 400km and it's estimated pricing will start at $55,000 before on road costs.


Polestar 4

Polestar 4

Polestars have been wildly popular in Australia thus far, and the Polestar 4 will be no exception. It will be the mid-size SUV in the Polestar range with a sloping coupe-style roof.

It will reportedly be priced at around $89,000 and have 580km-610km of battery range depending on the variant.


Audi SQ8 e-tron

Audi SQ8 E-tron

Another SVU coupe coming to the market, the Audi SQ8 e-tron is a car for those who don't want to compromise on performance. This one still goes insanely fast!

Expect to get roughly 316km of battery range. It will be priced around $173,600 and $180,600 before on road costs.


Toyota bZ4X 

Toyota BZ4X

This all electric model from Toyota, offer a midsize option for EV driver shopping within the Toyota line up. A good option for adventurers, this one can indeed go off road and can charge to 80% in 40 minutes via fast charger.

Expect to get 436km of range from a charge and it's priced at $66,000 before on road costs.


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