Electric cars are gaining traction in all major countries in the world as we take a look at the most popular EVs in Singapore.
Here are the best electric cars on sale in Singapore at the moment. Singapore is one of the most prominent markets for the automobile industry in Southeast Asia. The EV wave has gripped the nation quite strongly over the last few years and the market is already thriving. In fact, there are already enough products to check out the best ones. Here are these EVs, not in any particular order.
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Best Electric Cars in Singapore
The French carmaker has been making IC-powered cars for decades and the Singaporean market had those products for years. However, the e-2008 came out to be the first fully electric SUV from Peugeot. It retains all that is great about the regular model with the addition of being environment-friendly. The striking bold looks are carried over from the regular version and the driving range of 345 km on a single charge is decent too. It retails for $78,888 SGD (approx Rs Rs 46 lakh when converted to INR).
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Interestingly, Mokka-e recently won the prestigious Golden Steering Wheel Best Car in Germany award. The competition takes into account a ton of parameters on which an EV is judged. This includes a decent 363 km of driving range on a single charge. Having bagged this prominent award is a testament to the quality of the Mokka-e. The price of this EV is $174,500 SGD (approx Rs 1 Crore when converted to INR). The world-class EV is among the most VFM options on this list of Best Electric Cars in Singapore.
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BYD Atto 3
The Chinese EV maker is slowly capturing the global market with its value-for-money products. The Atto 3 is particularly impressive because it is an SUV that caters to the current trend of people wanting large and spacious SUVs. What is even more impressive is the fact that it has over 480 km of driving range on a single charge thanks to its unique Blade Battery. The selling price is $181,888 SGD (approx Rs 1.06 Crore when converted to INR).
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Volvo Polestar 2
Polestar is the electric luxury car division of the Swedish carmaker, Volvo owned by the Chinese Geely. Polestar 2 is a performance-focused EV with a 0-96 km/h acceleration time of just 3.5 secs. It is a close rival to the Tesla Model 3 in various international markets and is already developing more EVs. It retails for a whopping $217,000 SGD (approx Rs 1.28 Crore when converted to INR).
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Audi e-tron GT
The e-tron GT is arguably the most popular EV in the performance EV category by legacy carmakers. It’s also the most fun model in our list of Best Electric Cars in Singapore. It outputs over 637 hp and 830 Nm of peak power and torque in its most aggressive settings. The 0-96 km/h acceleration comes up at around the 3 secs-mark. The exquisite performance is matched by the relative practicality of the GT. It sells for $710,940 SGD (approx Rs 4.15 Crore when converted to INR).
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Mercedes is already in the process of electrifying its portfolio and the EQB is an electric SUV that combines the benefits of an electric powertrain with the affordability of a compact SUV. It is, by no means, cheap, but compared to what the flagship products from the German luxury carmaker cost, it is certainly more accessible. Currently, the price tag of the EQB reads $285,000 SGD (approx Rs 1.66 Crore when converted to INR).
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The performance carmaker from Germany has featured its Taycan on the list of EVs to woo its existing customers toward electrification. The Taycan boasts a driving range of an impressive 512 km on a single charge which is the USP of the EV. In addition to that, one can’t forget about the exquisite performance associated with Porsche cars since time immemorial. It retains those driving dynamics and enthusiastic handling capabilities to bring a smile to your face when you are behind the wheel of it. Unsurprisingly, the price of the Taycan starts at $351,958 SGD (approx Rs 2.05 Crore when converted to INR).
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Tesla Model 3
There is no way any best electric cars list can ever be complete without featuring a Tesla on it. Model 3 continues to reinvent the benchmarks in most international markets which is a testament to the kind of EV it is. It became the poster child for the promotion and mass adoption of EVs around the globe since its inception. It combines the performance and practicality of range like only a few others and has been doing it for a long time now. It has a range of 547 km on a single charge. What is even more impressive is the fact that it starts at a humble $114,655 SGD (approx Rs 67 lakh when converted to INR). These are the best electric cars in Singapore at the moment.