Wondering where to buy electric cars in Hong Kong? We're here to help you make the right choice in automobile
From cutting out single-use plastic to saving water and reducing energy consumption, we’re all about living a more eco-conscious life. Thankfully, Hong Kong makes getting around on public transport easy and affordable, but if you absolutely have to own a car, then at least make sure that you own the right one. Here’s our guide on where to buy electric cars in Hong Kong. Psst: And don’t forget that the government is offering a special trade-in tax incentive for those who switch over from a fossil-fuelled vehicle until March 2021.
Of course we have to include Tesla on our list of where to buy electric cars in Hong Kong. This American company creates a selection of all-electric vehicles and also sells used-cars to up their commitment to sustainability even further. Whether you want a sporty car like the Roadster to nip around Hong Kong’s streets or a vehicle for the entire family, Tesla should definitely be on your hit-list.
Tesla has branches across Hong Kong
With a battery that has a capacity of up to 40 kWh and a robust motor, the all-new Nissan Leaf can take you up to 311km on a single charge. Nissan has been working on designing electric cars since 1947, meaning that over 70 years of experience goes into the Leaf. One of the biggest advances is the inclusion of the e-pedal, one pedal that controls both accelerating and braking, promising a smoother ride and a more enjoyable driving experience.
Nissan has branches across Hong Kong and Macau
Jaguar’s first all-electric performance SUV, I-Pace is now available in Hong Kong. Voted 2019 World Car of the Year, this Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) provides 400PS and 700Nm of usable instant torque, accelerating from 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds. We are big fans of the in-car technology too, especially the smart settings that allow the car to recognise different drivers via key or phone, automatically updating seat, mirror and media preferences accordingly.
Jaguar automobiles are available at British Motors, Shop Nos. 10-13, G/F, Sino Plaza, 255-257 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2821 7147
Famed German car manufacturer Audi has released its first all-electric SUV, e-tron, in Hong Kong. Featuring exceptional acceleration, and the ability to go 411km when fully charged, this sleek vehicle also offers the driver the knowledge that they aren’t adding to CO2 emissions. Learn more about Audi’s commitment to sustainability through our interview with Lucas di Grassi, driver for team Audi in Formula E.
Audi has showrooms across Hong Kong
5. Land Rover
Lauded by many for its supreme handling (especially in tight city streets like Hong Kong), the new Range Rover Evoque has finally been launched in The 852. The vehicle features a Mild Hybrid system that stores energy that is usually lost during deceleration and then redeploys it to ensure maximum engine efficiency. Alongside this, the Evoque’s interiors include responsibly sourced seat materials, plus, the entire vehicle has been designed to be 85% recyclable at the end of its life.
Land Rover automobiles are available at British Motors, Shop Nos. 10-13, G/F, Sino Plaza, 255-257 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2821 7147
This Korean vehicle manufacturing giant has gained worldwide popularity for all the right reasons. The KONA electric car redefines electric driving by maximising comfort, space, design, and of course technology. Taking just 54 minutes to load up the battery, you’ll waste no time in this beauty. The KONA comes in six different colours and is made using advanced high strength steel and high impact energy absorption that protects passengers in the event of a collision.
Hyundai has multiple locations in Hong Kong
This list may be bombarded with SUVs but no one can deny the level of comfort and smooth driving they provide. Kia’s Niro EV is a sleek one that comes with a sunroof and a shark fin antenna for optimised reception for AM/FM radio. There’s a massive cargo space at the back for when you need to load up to go on road-trips, or luggage for travels. You can drive up to 480 kilometers when it’s all charged up.
Kia has showrooms across Hong Kong.