Handling can be impressive, too. Because the batteries are in the floor, electric cars have a low centre of gravity, which helps minimise body roll while making the car feel planted, providing a fun, dynamic drive. The All-New e-Niro even has a sport mode!

If efficiency is your main concern, there’s an eco mode, too. The All-New Kia e-Niro offers a driving range of 282 miles (WLTP combined cycle) on a full charge – that’s London to Newcastle! For some everyday context, the average UK commute is just 10 miles – so the average person could do more than two weeks of commuting without needing to charge once.

Most charging with an electric car is done at home. But If you want to top up on the go, there are more than 7,000 public charging locations in the UK, and most of them have multiple connectors. Plug an All-New e-Niro into a 100kW fast charger and you’ll have 80% charge in just 54 minutes – that’s enough to travel 225 miles!

Key Benefits Include:

  • Greener
  • Faster
  • Cheaper to run
  • More convenient to own
  • Soon to be cheaper to buy or lease

Types of Electric/Hybrid Vehicles Explained

Everything you need to know about hybrid, fully electric and fuel cell cars

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Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Switching seamlessly between power sources, a Toyota full Hybrid Electric Vehicle offers the versatility to drive using either electric energy or a combination of petrol and electric. It has both a fuel tank and larger battery which is self charged by the vehicle when in use.
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) A Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle drives using either electric energy or a combination of petrol and electric. It has a fuel tank and a larger battery which can also be recharged through an external charging point, this allows longer periods of pure electric driving.
Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) Electric Vehicles are propelled solely on electrical energy that is stored in a battery. The battery is mainly recharged with electricity from an external charging point.
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Fuel cell vehicles are propelled solely on electrical energy. The energy is produced in a fuel cell stack from hydrogen gas stored on board and is converted to electricity, emitting nothing but water.
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