Australian electric vehicle launch calendar

Here's a linked list of all electric vehicles that are either on sale in Australia, coming soon, or under serious manufacturer consideration for launch.

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Mike Costello
Mike Costello
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Sales of fully electric vehicles (EVs) are relatively small in Australia, but with every month that goes by they gain momentum. 

As demand grows, so too will manufacturer supply – with or without government-set transport CO2 reduction targets or incentives in place. The only issue up for debate is the speed of this uptake.

So we thought a continuously updated list of which EVs are confirmed to be coming to these shores, as well those that are on sale already, might make for a useful consumer guide.

Each model is linked to corresponding content.

Audi

BMW

  • i3: Already on sale
  • iX3: Quarter 4 2021
  • iX: Quarter 4 2021
  • i4: Quarter 1 2022

BYD

  • E6: Quarter 3 2021
  • T3: Quarter 3 2021
  • EA1: Quarter 4 2021

Ford

Fiat

  • 500: No confirmation

Genesis

Honda

Hyundai

Jaguar

Jeep

Kia

LDV

  • EV30: Under consideration
  • T90: Under consideration

Lexus

Mazda

Mercedes-Benz

MG

Mini

Nissan

Peugeot

Polestar

Porsche

Renault

Skoda

  • Enyaq: Under consideration

Subaru

Tesla

Toyota

Volkswagen

Volvo

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Did we miss anything? Have you got some intel or tips? Let us know in the comments!

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