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2024 is gearing up to be the year we trade horsepower for kilowatts! Get ready as Australia braces itself for a fleet of EVs that are set to make petrol-heads skip a beat.

In a word where environmental consciousness meets the need for speed, the automotive juggernauts are pulling out all the plugs to a lineup of electric cars that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about driving.

Here are the top 5 EVs launching in Australia in 2024 you must know about!

Polestar 3

The Swedish (relative) newcomer in the Australian market is launching their 2nd model in their lineup! The Polestar 2 has proven to be a massive success, especially after its qualification for the Electric Car Discount making them FBT-free.

The 3 is their large SUV sporting new tech, safety features and Polestar-stylish design. Set to arrive in June 2024 and priced from $132,900 before on-road costs, it’s a direct competitor to the Mercedes-Benz EQE, Audi Q8 e-tron, BMW iX.

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BYD Seal calls the BYD Seal a “genuine threat to the best-selling Tesla Model 3”. BYD is a Chinese-based automaker that is new to the Australian market, but the second largest carmaker in the world. They’re currently experiencing massive success with the Atto 3 medium SUV and Dolphin hatchback and are set to overtake Tesla in the coming years – if not months!

The Seal comes in three variants, the Dynamic, Premium, and Performance. The entry level Dynamic is priced from $49,888 before on-road costs and promises a driving range of 460km. All variants have been priced to be eligible for the Electric Car Discount.

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Volvo EX30

Electric car innovation has been at the forefront of Sweden for many years, with Volvo leading the charge promising a fully electric fleet by 2026. Their latest fully electric Volvo EX30 is a small SUV expected to arrive in Australia in the first quarter of 2024.

Priced from $59,990 before on-road costs, the EX-30 qualifies for the Electric Car Discount allowing drivers to experience an FBT exemption when driven on a novated lease.

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MG CybersterMG is known for their affordable range of cars available on the Australian market, however this is set to change with the introduction of the MG Cyberster in the second half of the year. The two-seat sportscar is a competitor for the BMW Z4 and Porsche 718 Boxster, with a matching price tag expected to surpass $100,000.

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Jeep Avenger

Jeeps first electric car is officially coming to Australia. While Jeep promises the new EV will meet their “go-anywhere” tagline, the new SUV will be a FWD city car. The driving range boasts 400km and is expected to be on sale by the second half of 2024.

Expressions of interest are open now on the Jeep website. Pricing is yet to be confirmed; however it is expected to be between $50-$60,000 in line with the Cupra Born and Tesla Model 3.

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Our roads are about to get a jolt of innovation that will have petrol engines quivering in their exhaust pipes!

Are you ready to join the EV-olution? Request a quote on your new EV today!

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