Why EV cars?
Electric vehicles have the lowest long-term costs and pollution. Traditional gas-powered vehicles come at a variety of price points and pollution levels. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles are comparable to standard cars in terms of cost, but they cut pollutants in half.
In the UK, the popularity of some electric vehicles has exploded in recent years, with about 300,000 pure-electric cars and over 600,000 plug-in cars (pure-EV and PHEV) now on the road, up from just 3,500 in 2013.
A broader range of options for drivers, a shift in the public’s attitude toward electric cars, and an ever-improving public recharging network have all contributed to this massive surge in electric car sales. As a result, UK electric car customers now have a wider range of automobiles to choose from than ever before.
The future is also bright, with new plug-in automobiles emerging all the time, spanning a wide range of market segments, making an electric car a practical alternative for a significant number of motorists in the UK.