If you are reading this article is because you are looking for a SUV car where you don’t need to make any effort to get in and out of it. And following the new tends, Electric SUVs combine style and practicality with low running cost, making them a very popular choice in Europe.

Here are our top 10 comparison for this 2022 and beginning of 2023

by Esteban Penalver



There plenty of choice when it comes to the electric SUVs on the EURO market for this 2022 and the beginning of 2023.

We are going to go through then starting with the MG ZS EV, the cheapest and affordable one, to the exciting Ford Mustang Mach-E and Tesla Model Y.

The zero-emissions family haulers boast a desirable set of attributes: Low running costs,  fashionable styling and useful practicality.

What is more, company car drivers appreciate the EV SUVs‘ while these cars can enjoy the exemption from the congestion charge in many cities in the EURO zone.

Most of the main car makers are constantly expanding. Audi, BMW, Skoda, Ford, Polestar, Smart, Toyota, Subaru, Lotus, etc are all launching new ones during 2022, while Kia’s upcoming flagship will be a zero-emissions seven-seater and a pure-electric Range Rover is set to arrive by 2024.

With this article, we tried to put together the best electric cars best electric SUVs on sale in 2022 and the beginning of next year from the cheaper MG ZS starting price remains from 30.991€  to the BMW iX from 85.850€ till 136.950€.

  1. MG ZS EV
  2. Toyota bZ4X
  3. Skoda Enyaq iV
  4. Audi Q4 e-tron
  5. Genesis GV60
  6. Mercedes EQB
  7. Ford Mustang Mach-E
  8. Tesla Model Y
  9. Jaguar I-Pace
  10. BMW iX
  1. MG ZS EV

Since it came up in 2019, the ZS has offered a very affordable route into zero-emissions motoring. For 2022, MG gave it a facelift, updating its styling and introducing a new Long-Range version, with a range with 2 options, 320km or 440km. The starting price remains from 30.991€ and there’s lots of interior space, along with a 470-litre boot that should make the ZS EV ideal for families. The refresh also brought a new digital driver’s display and a 10.1-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.


Toyota was late to the electric SUV party, but its bZ4X (the first of a huge range of EVs on the way from the Japanese brand) incorporates decades of battery and electric-motor know-how gained from big-selling hybrid models like the Prius. The starting price came from 48.010€ to 56.405€. It’s as quiet, smooth and cheap to run as you’d expect a zero-emissions SUV to be, but also manages to impress in two areas Toyota has performed poorly in the past: driver appeal and in-car technology. It’s not a game-changer, but the bZ4X is nonetheless a very strong rival for the established competition.


Skoda Enyaq iV is the first to do the same with electric power. The starting price remains from 48.700€, and has an enormous amount of interior space for both passengers and luggage, not to mention great all-round visibility. You can choose from three different kW: the 60, 80 and 80x. They deliver between 320 and 410 km and there are also a variety of interior characteristics to choose from, with sustainable materials employed.

Skoda Enyaq iV Evplug

The Q4 e-tron uses the same underpinnings as the Skoda Enyaq iV and VW ID.4, so it has a range of up to 316 miles and 125kW rapid-charging. The starting price remains from 53.180€ and It’s also Audi’s most affordable electric car and is great for families, because it’s spacious inside and comfortable to drive. The Q4 e-tron’s interior is as upmarket as you’d expect from an Audi, while here’s lots of rear leg and headroom, even for adults, and a big boot. The Audi isn’t as good value as the Skoda, but if you want something a bit more upmarket, the Q4 e-tron is a great option.

Audi Q4 e tron Evplug

Genesis is a new luxury-car brand from the Kia and Hyundai group. It has launched several petrol and diesel models in the EURO, but this is its first purely electric effort. The starting price remains from 56.370€. It gets off to a good start by using many of the same parts as sister models the Ioniq 5 and EV6, but also has an identity of its own, with sleek, coupe-like styling and a luxurious but not overdone interior ambience. Genesis also promises a unique ownership experience. There’s a five-year warranty, plus five years’ servicing and roadside assistance, along with mapping and software updates. The company will collect and drop off your car on a covered transporter whenever it’s booked in for work, and you’ll be assigned a Genesis ‘personal assistant’ throughout.

Genesis GV60 Evplug

Before the EQB arrived on the scene, the only seven-seater EVs around were van-derived minibuses and the ultra-premium Tesla Model X. The starting price remains from 58.000€ and come with three rows as standard; the rearmost seats provide enough room for children and get ISOFIX points. Both the EQB 300 and EQB 350 get a 66.5kWh battery for a range of over 320miles, plus all-wheel drive, with enough power in even the entry-level version for a smooth and relaxing driving experience. The EQB also gets the same great MBUX infotainment setup as the more expensive EQC.


The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first proper effort at a purpose-built electric car: designed to beat Tesla at its own game. The starting price remains from 63.767€ and it drives well enough to justify the Mustang badge, but at the same time it’s no hardcore sports car. it’s large and practical to fulfil the family SUV brief. A variety of models is offered, with ranges from 320 to 450km, either rear or four-wheel drive and great rapid-charging capability. There’s a high-performance GT model, too.

Ford Mustang Mach E Evplug

The Model Y is the small electric SUV many people were waiting for. The starting price remains from 66.976€, but one of the major benefits of Tesla ownership is the brand’s extensive Supercharger network. Use one of its latest V3 Superchargers and you can top up the Model Y’s battery from 0-80% in just 36 minutes. Based on the Model 3 saloon, it boasts a spacious cabin, slick infotainment and boatloads of practicality thanks to a 117-litre ‘frunk’ under the bonnet and a whopping 854 litres of boot space. Performance is still staggering, thanks to dual-motor setups in both the Long Range and Performance models. Use one of its latest V3 Superchargers and you can top up the Model Y’s battery from 0-80% in just 36 minutes.

Tesla Model Y

When it arrived in 2018, the I-Pace shot to the top of its class and it still features among the best electric SUVs four years later. The starting price remains from 81.800€. It offers a range of nearly 400km, with performance to rival sportier machinery (395bhp and a 0-62mph time of 4.5 seconds) and the practicality that family SUV buyers want. While it’s heavy, the weight is low down, so the I-Pace handles sweetly and rides smoothly. There’s also lots of space inside, not to mention a large 638-litre boot capacity.

Jaguar-I-Pace Evplug
  1. BMW iX

The iX is the premium German brand’s flagship electric SUV, and the largest model in its rapidly expanding i range of zero-emissions models. Thanks to the dual-motor setups in all three versions announced so far, you get all-wheel-drive and impressive performance. The price go from 85.850€ till 136.950€ with including all options. The i7 is also great to drive for a car of this size, and can cover up to 450 km on a charge. The centrepiece of the cabin is the slim instrument panel, which incorporates a 14.9-inch curved screen and 12.3-inch digital driver’s display. Inside, the iX overall feels light and airy, plus there’s room for adults in the back and a 500-litre boot.

Audi Q4 e tron Evplug

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