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Available Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles currently available in Australia

See here a list of currently available Electric Vehicles, their specifications, and charging limits.  The links are to the Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) website. 

Credit to AEVA and Bryce Gaton from EV Choice:

Last updated: 02/01/24

Note: Unless you are driving a Japanese imported EV (like a Nissan Leaf), then the common plug type for your EV (in Australia and New Zealand) will be a Type 2 (for AC charging) and CCS2 (for DC charging).

Purchase Price Guide Ranking (AUD)

Last updated: 02/01/24

Note: Available Incentives and Rebates are:

  • Nationwide - FBT Exemption: Valued up to the EV Luxury Car Tax Threshold of $89,332

  • ACT - No Stamp Duty, Free registration for two years

  • NSW - EV rebate of $3,000 for EV less than $68,750.  No Stamp Duty for EV under $78,000.

  • NT - No Stamp Duty in EV under $50,000.  No registration Fee.

  • QLD - EV Rebate of $6,000 for EV under $68,000 (incl GST).

  • SA - EV Subsidy of $3,000 for EV under $68,750 (incl GST).  3 years of free registration.

  • WA - ZEV Rebate Scheme provides a $3,500 rebate for EV under $70,000.

Under Luxury Tax Threshold

  • BYD Dolphin - $38,890

  • MG MG4 - $38,990

  • BYD Atto 3 - $44,400

  • GWM Ora - $44,490

  • MG ZS EV - $46,709

  • BYD Seal - $49,888

  • Fiat 500e - $52,500

  • Nissan Leaf - $53,551

  • CUPRA Born - $59,990

  • Hyundai Kona Electric - $60,500

  • Telsa Model 3 - $62,000

  • Hyundai Ioniq 5 - $64,500

  • Renault Megane E-Tech - $64,990

  • Polestar 2 - $67,400

  • Mini Cooper SE - $69,800

  • Peugeot 308 - $70,485

  • Kia Niro - $72,300

  • Telsa Model Y - $72,300

  • Hyundai Ioniq 6 - $72,435

  • Kia EV6 - $72,590

  • Volvo XC40 - $72,990

  • Mercedes-Benz EQA - $78,513

  • Ford Mustang Mach-E - $79,900

  • BMW iX1 - $82,000

  • Lexus UX300e - $82,515

  • Mercedes-Benz EQB - $87,800

Over Luxury Tax Threshold

  • Kia EV9 - $97,000

  • BMW i4 - $99,900

  • Genesis GV60 - $103,700

  • LDV Mifa 9 - $104,000

  • Maserati Grecale Folgore - $109,500

  • BMW iX3 - $114,000

  • Lexus RZ450e - $116,000

  • Volvo C40 - $118,990

  • BMW i5 - $124,000

  • Genesis GV70 Electrified - $127,800

  • Mercedes-Benz EQC - $128,000

  • Polestar 3 - $132,900

  • Mercedes-Benz EQE - $134,000

  • BMW iX - $141,000

  • Genesis G80 Electrified - $145,000

  • Jaguar I-Pace - $146,000

  • Porsche Taycan - $156,300

  • Audi e-Tron GT - $158,000

  • Audi Q8 e-Tron Sportback - $165,900

  • Mercedes-Benz EQS - $194,000

  • BMW i7 - $232,430

  • Lotus Electre - $239,000

  • Rolls Royce Spectre - $770,000

AC Charging - Upper Limits

3.6kW to 7.4kW (single phase)

  • 3.6kW - Nissan ZE0, Mitsubishi i-MiEV

  • 6.6kW - Lexus UX300e, Mazda MX30, Nissan ZE1 Leaf

  • 7kW - BYD Atto 3, Hyundai Ioniq Electric

  • 7.2kW - MG ZS (11kW option)

  • 7.4kW - Hyundai Kona,

11kW to 22kW (three phase)

11kW - Audi eTron, BMW i3, BMW i4, BMW i7, BMW iX, BMW iX3, Cupra Born, Genesis GV60 & G80, Hyundai Ioniq 5 & 6, Jaguar i-Pace, Kia Nira & EV6, LDV eDeliver 9 & eT60 ute &  Mifa9, Mercedes EQA & EQC & EQS& EQV & eVito, Mini Cooper SE, Polestar 2, Porsche Taycan & Cross, Tesla S & 3 & X & Y, Volvo C40 & XC40.

22kW - Mercedes EQS (optional), Porsche Taycan & Cross (optional), Skywell

DC Charging - Upper Limits

<150kW

  • Lexus (35kW)

  • BYD (70kW)

  • LDV eT60 ute (80kW)

  • Kia Niro (85kW)

  • Mazda (100kW)

  • Jaguar i-Pace (104kW)

  • Tesla S & X (120kW)

  • Polestar 2 (130kW)

  • Volvo C40 (136kW)

>150kW but <200kW

  • Audi eTron (150kW)

  • BMW iX, iX3 (150kW)

  • Mercedes EQC (150kW)

  • Volvo XC40 (150kW)

  • Cupra Born (170kW)

  • Tesla 3 & Y Std (170kW)

  • BMW i7 (195kW)

>200kW

  • BMW i4 (200kW)

  • Mercedes EQS (200kW)

  • Hyundai Ioniq 5 (220 kW)

  • Genesis GV60 & G80 (233kW)

  • Hyundai Ioniq 6 (233kW)

  • Kia EV6 (233kW)

  • Tesla 3 & Y Long (250kW)

  • Porsche Taycan (270kW)

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