Best Electric Cars In Thailand – The Most Reliable & Top-Rated Electric Cars To Buy
More and more people are becoming increasingly aware of their carbon footprint on the world. Now more than ever, both individuals and big businesses are putting forth efforts to reduce their carbon footprint. Whether it be reducing the use of single-use plastics such as plastic bags, straws and bottles or making bigger changes such as switching from a regular car to an electric car, people are putting the planet first and attempting to eradicate the damage that has already been done to the environment.
Have you thought about purchasing an electric (EV) car? If yes, you are probably wondering what are the best electric cars to buy in Thailand. With a good amount of offers on the market for EV cars, it might be difficult to truly know which is the most reliable or top-rated EV car, especially in Thailand where most models are not readily available. So, that is why we are writing this blog. To give those interested in switching from a regular car to an electric car some insight and knowledge of the various brands available in Thailand. See below our comprehensive list of EV cars, the price point they start from, and links to learn more.
Audi e-tron GT
A practical EV car for those looking to make the switch from an SUV, the Audi e-tron GT is an excellent choice for a first EV car. Click here to see the ->> Audi e-tron GT electric car in Thailand.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 or Hyundai kona
Both electric cars from Hyundai are reasonable, well-rounded EV cars when it comes to all-electric motoring. Good options for those looking to switch to using only one EV car. Click here to see the → Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric car in Thailand Or the Hyundai Kona in Thailand
Volvo XC40 P8 Recharge
One of the best designed electric cars, the Volvo XC40 P8 Recharge has remarkable speed and handling parts. If you are serious about switching to an electric car, this model ticks all of the boxes.
Starting from 2.09 million baht
Check out the Volvo XC40 P8 Recharge in Thailand
One of the best electric cars available on the market, the BMW iX is a luxurious ride with well-designed interiors. The EV also features first-rate on-board technology.
Starting from 6 million baht
Check out the BMW iX electric car in Thailand
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Stylish and practical, the Ford Mustang Mach-E is a refined all electric family SUV with plenty of space and a useful range of charging capability. Check out Ford Mustang Mach-E for sale in Thailand
An EV with the heart of a sports car, the Porsche Taycan is the fastest electric car available on the market. It’s a proper Porsche that runs on electricity.
Starting from 10 million baht
Click here to see Porsche Taycan in Thailand
Featuring zero local emissions, the Mini Electric is cute and compact. Super accelerative, the Mini Electric proves that the Mini Cooper S has a future as an electric car.
Below are some of the top rated electric cars in the world, but harder to get in Thailand due to limited stock. But if you are not in a rush, it might just be worth checking them out.
Starting from 2.29 million baht
For more information click here -> Mini Electric Car In Thailand
Tesla Model 3
It’s hard to beat the Tesla Model 3. It’s one of the most compelling electric cars in the world and the perfect saloon EV. Tesla cars in Thailand
Tesla Model Y
An all-electric family SUV, the Tesla Model Y has a practical and reliable range of charger capability, lots of space and user-friendly onboard technology. Find out more about Tesla cars in Thailand: http://www.spyderautoimport.com/car_brand/20/Tesla/
Featuring a futuristic design, the Peugeot e-208 has 3D dials and full electric power. For more information visit: https://www.peugeot.co.th/en/
Volkswagen ID.3 or ID.4
Both Volkswagen models feature roomy cabins and loads of storage space, and offer smooth, silent driving experiences in a good price range for an EV. For more information visit: https://volkswagen-thailand.com/en
Why Switch / Buy An Electric Car In Thailand?
Electric cars have a wealth of benefits including being 100% eco-friendly and cleaner for the environment, are cheaper to maintain, and reduce noise pollution. Additionally, charging your EV at home is extremely cost efficient, easy and fast.
Another important factor to consider is that electric cars do not require gasoline to run. In today’s changing landscape, petrol prices continue to rise. While the future is not set in stone, and petrol prices may eventually be reduced once again, currently an owner of an electric car can save a large amount of money by not having to visit the local petrol station.
Cleaner cars mean better air quality and better health. In full electric mode, an electric car produces zero emissions, which means that driving an EV doesn’t contribute to greenhouse emissions or damage the environment. Economical and functional, electric cars really are the transport of the future.