With a bit of help from our friends at TopGear, here’s our five favourite electric cars. 5 electric cars that will turn you green…

By: High50

Andy, our commercial director, turned 50 a couple of months ago. When he arrived at high50 towers in a brand new Porsche Taycan 4s we laughed.

There were plenty of jokes made about the male menopause. See bottom of this article for symptoms*

But truth is Andy’s Taycan represents a leap forward in electric technology that means you can truly have your cake and eat it.

The Tayca costs him just £6 to fill up. And that gets him 180 miles!

Unbelievably, the money Andy saves on fuel pays the payments on the car. At a base price of £85,000 the Tayca is not cheap, but what a great way to go green and turn your mates green too.

With a bit of help from our friends at TopGear, here’s our five favourite electric cars.

Porsche Taycan

Stuttgart’s first EV is a proper Porsche – massively fast, great to drive, quick to charge and practical enough to use every day…
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Mini Electric

“The Mini Electric is a very complete EV. It preserves pretty much everything about a standard Mini Cooper S, but it’s more accelerative where it matters, and has zero local emissions…
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Audi e-tron

“This is an electric car that doesn’t seek to blur boundaries or act radical, but simply persuade regular SUV buyers to make the jump…
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Tesla Model 3

Everything Tesla has done up to this point has been building towards the Model 3 – a genuinely affordable mass-market EV…
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Alfa Guilia.

This electrified, 518bhp, ‘restomod’ Alfa Giulia GT will set you back a staggering 430,000 euros. But according to TopGear it’s worth every penny…
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* Some men develop depression, loss of sex drive, erectile dysfunction, and other physical and emotional symptoms when they reach their late 40s to early 50s. Find out more here.