Biggest electric car discounts

You can save more than £4000 on a new electric car, thanks to our guaranteed Target Price discounts, which are available exclusively to What Car? readers...

Biggest electric car discounts

Audi E-tron with Jaguar I-Pace and Renault Zoe with MG ZS EV

Electric cars have never been more popular; in fact, they're the only type of new car that's selling in greater numbers than ever at the moment. However, don't think that means you'll have to pay full price if you want one.

Our team of mystery shoppers are always researching how much you should pay. And here we count down the 10 biggest discounts they've managed to haggle on electric cars this week.

Best of all, the Target Price they've set for each model is the maximum you'll pay if you use our New Car Buying service; you could potentially save even more. All you have to do is follow the links.

Prices don't include the Government's £3000 plug-in car grant, which will further reduce the cost of models priced at less than £50,000.

10. Vauxhall Corsa-

Vauxhall Corsa-e 2020 RHD front right tracking

Save £1169 >>

Model 100kW Elite Nav 50kWh List price £34,160 Target Price £32,991

The electric Corsa isn't as flashy inside as the closely related Peugeot e-208, but it feels slightly sharper to drive and is available with bigger discounts.

Read our full Vauxhall e-Corsa review >>

9. BMW i3

BMW i3 2018 front cornering

Save £1190 >>

Model 135kW S 42kWh [Suite Interior World] List price £40,555 Target Price £39,366

Despite being six years old now, the i3 still looks futuristic. And this deal is for the S version, which travelled 165 miles between charges in our Real Range test – 44 miles farther than the standard car.

Read our full BMW i3 review >>

8. Smart Forfour EQ

Smart Forfour EQ

Save £1591 >>

Model 60kW Prime Exclusive 17kWh [22kWch] List price £23,085 Target Price £21,494

The Forfour EQ is one of the cheapest electric cars on sale today – particularly after you've factored in our Target Price discount. Just bear in mind that the boot and range are tiny.

Read our full Smart Forfour EQ review >>

7. Hyundai Kona Electric

Hyundai Kona Electric

Save £1681 >>

Model 150kW Premium SE 64kWh [11kW Charger] List price £41,250 Target Price £39,569

Hyundai's Kona Electric has the longest real-world range of any electric car we've tested: 259 miles. What's more, it's properly quick and comes very well equipped.

Read our full Hyundai Kona Electric review >>

6. Nissan Leaf

Nissan Leaf front - 19 plate

Save £2469 >>

Model 160kW e+ Tekna 62kWh List price £39,395 Target Price £36,926

This e+ version of the Leaf may have a bigger range, but we actually prefer the standard car, because it's significantly cheaper to buy (even though discounts aren't quite as big) and has a smoother ride.

Read our full Nissan Leaf review >>

5. Audi E-tron Sportback

Audi E-tron Sportback front

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Model 300kW 55 quattro 95kWh Launch Edition [C+S] List price £87,350 Target Price £84,751

Audi's E-tron Sportback feels beautifully built and is incredibly quiet at all speeds, although its plunging roofline does mean rear head room is tight for six-footers.

4. Renault Zoe

Renault Zoe 2021 front cornering

Save £2650 >>

Model 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh Rapid Charge List price £33,695 Target Price £31,045

The Zoe’s main strength is that it feels like a conventional small car, and just happens to cost pennies to run. Performance is lively and the interior has enough room for four to sit in comfort.

Read our full Renault Zoe review >>

3. Smart Fortwo EQ

Smart Fortwo Cabrio side

Save £2742 >>

Model 60kW Edition Nightsky 17.6kWh 22kWch Cabrio List price £27,135 Target Price £24,393

You can travel slightly farther between charges in the Fortwo than the Forfour, and its tiny dimensions are welcome in town. But range anxiety is likely to be a problem elsewhere.

Read our full Smart Fortwo EQ review >>

2. Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace

Save £3535 >>

Model 90kWh EV400 HSE List price £74,995 Target Price £71,460

Back in 2018, the I-Pace won the What Car? Reader Award for most anticipated new car, and it hasn't disappointed since, mixing show-stopping looks with space for four adults, a Real Range of 253 miles and entertaining handling.

Read our full Jaguar I-Pace review >>

1. Audi E-tron

Audi E-tron driving

Save £4360 >>

Model 300kW 55 Quattro 95kWh Launch Ed [C+S] List price £83,760 Target Price £79,400

The regular E-tron has all of the strengths of the Sportback model we looked at earlier, plus more rear head room. Its Real Range is 196 miles.

Read our full Audi E-tron review >>

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