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These are the EVs that you can buy right now in PH

Looking to buy your first electric vehicle?

Plugging your car in will soon be the norm in the Philippines. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

It admittedly took a while, but we finally have an EV law to help spur the adoption of electric vehicles in the Philippines, and we’re starting to see establishments start to set up EV chargers. But you really can’t take advantage of these new EV laws without having an electric car to drive, right?

So, allow us to list the locally available electric vehicles on our market (as of this writing). Sure, there are plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models available like the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and the Range Rover PHEV, but we’ll be focusing on battery-electric vehicles (or BEVs) here.

We’ll only be listing those sold by official dealerships, so if you’re wondering where you can get your own Tesla Model S or Renault Twizy, best to take that question to your favorite (ahem) Facebook page.

Audi e-Tron GT and the e-Tron SUV. PHOTOS FROM AUDI

Audi

  • e-Tron SUV – starts at P5,950,000
  • e-Tron GT – starts at P9,950,000

BMW iX xDrive40. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

BMW

  • iX xDrive40 – P6,290,000

BYD Dolphin, T3, Han, and Tang EV. PHOTOS FROM BYD

BYD

  • Dolphin – P1,798,000
  • T3 – P2,398,000
  • Han – P3,698,000
  • Tang EV – P3,988,000

Changan Eado EV460. PHOTO FROM CHANGAN

Changan

  • Eado EV460 – P1,828,000

Chery Arrizo 5e. PHOTO FROM CHERY

Chery

  • Arrizo 5e – P1,900,000

Jaguar I-Pace. PHOTO FROM JAGUAR

Jaguar

  • I-Pace – P7,590,000

Nissan Leaf. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Nissan

  • Leaf – P2,798,000

Porsche Taycan. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Porsche

  • Taycan – starts at P9,000,000



Sam Surla

Sam is the youngest member of our editorial team. He specializes in photography and videography, but he also happens to like writing about cars a lot.



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