1. Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4Matic
Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 25-22.3; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0
Introducing the all-new EQC. A 4×4 that’s 100% electric, yet unmistakably Mercedes-Benz. With its surprising range and innovative driver assistance features, combined with extensive charging points across the UK, it represents a whole new way to drive electric.Mercades-Benz
2. Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS
The VISION EQS show car is an outlook on the future of Mercedes-Benz. Because two things are timeless: the need for mobility and the need for luxury. Plus an inner uncertainty about what will come next.Mercade-Benz
The VISION EQS is a first milestone on the way to a CO₂-neutral mobility of the future. Mercedes-Benz has always stood for technical innovation, responsibility and fascination. And sustainability is now another integral component of the brand philosophy. The show car already meets these aspirations today, and gives an outlook on the future large, electric saloons by the brand.
3. BMW i3
Electric driving is here to stay. Join the thousands* of drivers who enjoy the revolutionary performance and savings of the BMW i3. With zero driving emissions, an all-electric range of 182 to 188 miles** and over 14,000 UK charging stations, isn’t it time you went electric?BMW
4. Byton M-Byte
Think of the BYTON M-Byte as your new personal digital lounge, incredibly spacious yet packed with unforgettable experiences.BYTON
Explore the endless possibilities of its highly scalable, intuitive user interface.
5. Byton K-Byte
The BYTON K-Byte Concept introduces a new era of mobility. The sedan’s sleek design consists of the latest technology for up to level 4 autonomous driving, offering a smooth, stylish experience for all on board.BYTON
6. Hybrid plug-in Jeeps
Jeep will bring plug-in hybrid versions of its Wrangler, Compass, and Renegade SUVs.
7. Fisker Ocean
According to Fisker, the Ocean uses an approximately 80-kilowatt hour battery pack to help it achieve its promised 300-mile range. Though details like power and charge time are still murky, the company says the Ocean should be able to hit 60 miles per hour (96 kilometres per hour) in just 2.9 seconds, with the ability for buyers to choose between two- and all-wheel-drive configurations.Motor 1
The five-person vehicle will have a cruising speed of 180 mph (290 km/h) and a cruising altitude of around 1,000–2,000 feet (300–600 meters) above ground. Hyundai says by using smaller, electric-powered rotors, the vehicle will produce less noise than a combustion engine helicopter, which is crucial for cities worried about noise pollution. During peak hours, it will require only about five to seven minutes for recharging. And Hyundai says it will have a range of 60 miles (100 kilometers) between charging.The Verge
9. Toyota e-Palette
“fully-automated, next generation battery electric vehicle[s] designed to be scalable and customizable for a range of Mobility as a Service businesses.” Think of them as transparent cargo or shipping containers on wheels that grow and shrink in size depending on their specific task.The Verge
10. Toyota LQ
The LQ Concept’s Yui assistant can automatically play a certain type of music depending on the driving environment and also provide the driver with real-time info on topics it knows it would be of interest to the person behind the wheel. Toyota says it will continue to develop Yui and integrate it in other types of products, including smartphones.Motor 1