Whether for personal or business use, government subsidies and regulations can make a big difference to an electric car's purchase price. Nowadays, fully electric cars usually qualify for more generous subsidies than hybrids, so check what's available where you live before making the call.
When choosing between a hybrid and an all-electric car, your average daily mileage, typical number of passengers, and driving style are all points to consider. Practical factors like range, emissions and storage space are also important, as is the overall purchase price.
78 kWh battery in 27 modules
2 electric motors (rear and front axle)
300 kW / 408 hp
Up to 292 miles (WLTP)
405-liter (14.3 cu. ft) trunk, 35-liter (1.2 cu. ft.) front storage compartment
34kWh arranged in 3 battery stacks (2 packs)
2-liter in-line 4-cyl. supercharged and turbocharged, plus 2 rear axle electric machines
Up to 77 miles (WLTP)
125 liters (4.4 cubic feet)
30 g/km (48 g/mile) NEDC (weighted)