Individual EV fact sheets for all currently available new BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles) in Australia, plus a one-page summary list of the pricing and basic specifications of all the new BEVs and PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles) available here.

The model Fact Sheets follow a standard two-page format to enable easier comparisons between individual EVs.

These sheets have been thoroughily researched, so they should (!?) be correct as of the time of printing. (By the way: month the sheet was created or updated is at bottom of 2nd column of second page).

For use by branches to print for event stands etc., as well as for the information of members and the general public.

Note they are an introductory sheet only and do not cover options in any detail. People intending to purchase any of these vehicles must refer to the current sales brochure/website/dealer for more detailed (and most up-to-date) information.

Electric motorcycles are beginning to appear on Australia's roads in greater numbers - check out this Electric Motorcycle Fact Sheet prepared by Warwick Cathro.

EV Fact Sheets are created and maintained by Bryce Gaton – they will be updated as and when the models change.

Note that AEVA access these sheets from the copyright holder (Bryce Gaton) under the  provisions of the 'CopyLeft' GNU Free Documentation Licence*. (

If you find any typos or errors in the sheets – email Bryce at

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Note: Listings in red denote models available second-hand only.



New BEV cars list: March 2023


New BEV Vans/Utes list: March 2023

New PHEV list: March 2023

Audi e-tron: 2020-current

Audi e-tron GT

Audi e-tron GT: 2022-current

Sheet in production

  BMW i3: 2014-2022

BMW i4: 2022-current

BMW i7: 2023 - current


BMW iX: 2022-current

BMW iX3: 2022-current

BYD Atto 3

BYD Atto 3: 2022-current

Cupra Born

Cupra Born: 2023-current


Genesis GV60: 2022-current

 Genesis electrified G80

Genesis G80: 2022-current

Ioniq-on white

Hyundai Ioniq electric: 2019-2022

Hyundai Ioniq 5: 2021-current

(Including 2022 updates)

Ioniq 6

Hyundai Ioniq 6: 2023-current

Hyundai Kona electric: 2019-current

Jaguar I-Pace: 2019-current

Kia e-Niro: 2021-current

(Inc. 2022 model update)

Kia EV6: 2022-current

(Inc. EV6 GT)

LDV eDeliver

LDV eDeliver van: 2022-current

LDV eT60

LDV eT60 ute: 2022-current

LDV Miffa9 electric

LDV Mifa9 electric: 2022-current

Lexus UX300e: 2022-current

Mazda MX30 E35: 2022-current


Mercedes EQA: 2021-current

Mercedes EQC: 2019-current 

Mercedes EQS: 2022-current

Mercedes EQV people mover

Mercedes EQV: 2022-current

Mercedes eVito van

Mercedes eVito van: 2022-current

Mercedes eVito Tourer: 2022-current


MG4: due for release Q2 2023

Sheet to come on showroom release

MG ZS EV: 2020-current

(Inc. 2022 model update)

Mini Cooper SE electric: 2020-current

Mitsubishi iMiEV: 2010-2014


Nissan Leaf ZE0/AZE0: 2011-2017

Nissan Leaf ZE1: 2019-current

Polestar 2

Polestar 2: 2022-current

Includes 2023 update specs

Porsche Taycan: 2020-current

Porsche Taycan Cross: 2022-current

Renault Kangoo ZE: 2017-current

Renault ZE40 Zoe: 2017-2020

Skywell EC11

Skywell EC11 van: 2022-current

Tesla Model 3: 2019-current

Tesla Model S: 2014-current

Unavailable till at least Dec 2023

Tesla Model X: 2016-current

Unavailable till at least Dec 2023

Tesla Model Y: 2022-current

Volvo C40

Volvo C40 Recharge: 2022-current

Volvo XC40 Recharge: 2021-current

 * These Fact Sheets may only be used for non-commercial purposes. They may not to be modified without written permission from the author (B. Gaton) and all copies that are distributed must retain the name and contact details of the author (B. Gaton) in the header.