Lotus Type 132 SUV  – Currently without a designated model name, the Lotus Type 132 is the brand’s first Sports Utility Vehicle since the companies origins in the mid 1940s.

For more information, please visit: Type 132 – Lotus Cars Media Site

BMW iX XDrive– Starting at around £70,000 and publishing battery ranges of between 257 and 380, BMWs iX range will include the M60 model, which promises 0-62 mph in a staggering 3.8 seconds.

For more information, please visit: BMW iX electric car : Models, Equipment, Range & Prices

Genesis GV60 – New to the UK market, Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis, will be launching the GV60, among other models. Dubbed as a “high-performance electric vehicle with a sleek and athletic coupe crossover” design, the GV60 will be packed with new technology and the dual motor performance model should hit 60mph in 4 seconds…

For more information, please visit: GENESIS GV60 Electric SUV | GENESIS Worldwide

MG ZS EV – Although the MG ZS EV has been on sale for a while now in the UK, it makes it onto this list due to the promise of a 51 kWh Standard Range model, allowing 198 miles on a single charge for 2022. The smaller battery should bring the RRP down to pre-facelift prices and mean that customers can get into a brand new e-SUV for under £30k….

Hyundai Ioniq 6 – Rumoured to be on sale in late 2022, the Ioniq 6 will continue Hyundai’s global aspirations for greater EV market share. Marketed to be pitched against the Tesla Model 3, those who believe the conjecture that Elon Musk is a frustrated Bond villain, will be pleased to see the franchised model available.