The new electric car models coming to Australia in 2021
December 23, 2020
One of the first off the rank in 2021 will be the Porsche Taycan, the arrival of which Porsche Australia is already preparing for with the installation of fast chargers at all its centres. The Porsche Taycan will be available in three variants from the “entry-level” $191,000 4S, to the to the $269,100 Turbo and the top-of-the-line $339,100 Turbo S. For more details and specifications, read here.
2021 Hyundai Kona EV
The refreshed Kona Electric will arrive in the first half of 2021, although how early that is is not yet set in stone. As Australia’s second-most popular electric car after the Tesla Model 3, expect a warm welcome for the new electric which will have the same 64kWh battery and long 484km driving range, but with a new styling that does away with the honeycomb” grille” in favour of a sleek nose and new location for the charging port. Read more here.
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