03.8 A list of Australian EVs

Which electric vehicles will you see most in Australia?

As of October 2021, there are over 15 makes & 30 models of electric vehicles available to buy in Australia. These are the six most common.

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BEV - 100% electric

50kWh battery capacity

2976 cylindrical 2170 lithium ion battery cells

Tesla Model 3

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BEV - 100% electric

40kWh battery capacity

192 pouch lithium ion battery cells

Nissan Leaf

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BEV - 100% electric

38.3kWh battery capacity

Pouch lithium ion polymer battery cells

Hyundai Ioniq

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BEV - 100% electric

64kWh battery capacity

98 pouch lithium ion polymer battery cells

Hyundai Kona

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PHEV - petrol & electric

13kWh battery capacity

80 prismatic lithium ion battery cells

Mitsubishi Outlander

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BEV - 100% electric

44.5kWh battery capacity

Prismatic lithium nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) battery cells

MG ZS EV

New electric vehicles models are rolling out rapidly

New electric vehicles enter the Australian market regularly, with at least 104 models across all sectors available immediately, or by early 2022, including:

  • 62 models of passenger EVs

  • 5 roadride e-scooters

  • 10 e-motorbikes

  • 6 electric buses

  • 13 light commercial EVs

  • 8 heavy commercial EVs

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All passenger vehicle manufacturing brands listed below have set electrification targets, investing billions in development &

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have announced dates by which they'll cease manufacture of

internal combustion engine vehicles.

We'll add new electric vehicle models as they become available in Australia; you can join our mailing list to keep up to date with the latest EV sector news.

Brands with passenger EVs now available in Australia

Brands with new EV models coming in 2022