Welcome to the electrifying world of family SUVs! With each passing year, electric vehicles continue to redefine the automotive landscape, and 2023 is no exception. Gone are the days when eco-conscious families had limited options in terms of spacious, practical electric rides. The future is here, and it’s powered by clean energy.

In this article, we will take you on a thrilling journey as we explore the best electric family SUVs of 2023. From sleek designs to cutting-edge technology and impressive performance and space, these vehicles have everything you need for a stylish and sustainable adventure with your loved ones.

Ford Mustang Mach E

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The Ford Mustang Mach E is a true game-changer in the world of electric family SUVs. With its iconic Mustang styling and impressive performance, this vehicle combines the best of both worlds. Its sleek design and bold lines make it stand out on the road, while its all-electric powertrain ensures a smooth and eco-conscious ride.

The Mach-E certainly has something for everyone with its various configurations and equipment packages. Buyers can choose between the Premium model with its numerous features, or upgrade to the GT model for elevated performance. Even though it doesn’t share the same name, this EV still offers agility and speed – plus a modernized exterior and interior with up-to-date gadgets and gizmos. With a great range and power at your disposal, you can go where you want without worry.

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The 2023 Mustang Mach-E has an estimated range of between 226 and 312 miles, based on battery and motors. This is less than some of the longest-range Tesla models, but it still offers fast-charging capabilities. Moreover, all models feature a mobile charging device, allowing for up to 30 miles of range per night when connected to a 120-volt outlet or an 80% battery life boost by an overnight connection to a 240-volt outlet.

Inside, you’ll find a spacious interior that comfortably accommodates five passengers. The intuitive infotainment system keeps everyone entertained and connected throughout the journey. And with ample cargo space in both the rear trunk and front frunk (yes, that’s right – it has a front trunk!), there’s plenty of room for all your gear.

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Inside, you’ll find a spacious interior that comfortably accommodates five passengers. The intuitive infotainment system keeps everyone entertained and connected throughout the journey. And with ample cargo space in both the rear trunk and front frunk (yes, that’s right – it has a front trunk!), there’s plenty of room for all your gear.

Safety features are also top-notch in the Mach E. It comes equipped with advanced driver-assistance systems like lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking – providing peace of mind for you and your loved ones.

If you’re looking for an electric family SUV that blends style, performance, range, safety features,and practicality,the Ford Mustang Mach-E is definitely worth considering.


Audi Q8 e-tron

The Kia EV6 is an excellent choice for electric car enthusiasts. It has a stunning design, which is further enhanced with advanced battery and motor technology that provides an impressive range of over 300 miles and exhilarating performance. The EV6 is the flagship of Kia’s EV family car range.

The Kia EV6 is a large car with plenty of legroom and elbow room to give a comfortable space for the driver and passengers – unlike many cars within its price range, it has an impressive five-seater capacity thanks to its wide rear bench. Additionally, its flat floor allows for an increased feeling of spaciousness at the rear, which is without any central tunnel taking away foot area. It’s storage capacity of 490-litres makes it suitable for your weekly shopping trips with additional room left over – furthermore, it has a variable height boot floor to optimise space or provide you with a level surface. All variants come with an extra luggage compartment located in the bonnet, offering up 52 litres in rear wheel drive models and 20 litres for all-wheel drive versions.

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The EV6’s electric platform, shared with the Hyundai Ioniq 5, is a sportier one. Rear-wheel drive offers up 226bhp and 350Nm of torque – enough to keep you entertained. During testing, it can achieve an impressive 3.7 miles/kWh and reach 273 miles on just the 78kWh battery capacity Dual Motor EV6.

If you’re looking for an electric family SUV that offers practicality, performance, and affordability without compromising on style or luxury, then look no further than the Kia EV 6. It’s a game-changer in every sense of the word!

Volkswagen ID 4

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Next in line for the ID family is the larger second-edition, badged model. With an impressive amount of tech on board and a comfortable journey as well as a sensible range, this car makes everyday life easier. It boasts Volkswagen’s MEB platform created specifically for electric vehicles and has an array of options from rear-wheel drive right up to the performance ID.4 GTX with it’s 52 or 77kWh battery variants.

If you frequently need a vehicle that can accommodate tall back-seat passengers, the ID 4 is an ideal choice. It is roomier in the rear than the Tesla Model 3 and has greater head room, as well as an upright seating with improved comfort. With 543 litres of cargo space in its boot, it can house nine suitcases beneath its parcel shelf; two more than in a Mach-E, EV6 and Ioniq 5.

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The ID.4 comes with six power options, ranging from 148 to 299hp. The entry-level 52kWh battery has both 148 and 170hp, meaning if you want a boost in power, you’ll need to upgrade the battery size to 77kWh. All offer quick acceleration yet nothing breathtaking. Yet for those who don’t require the longer range of a larger-battery ID.4, even the 148hp version of the 52kWh models should be more than sufficient in most circumstances and is nimbler too.

The ID 4 has a plethora of options when it comes to trims and power, so you can be rest assured that you will be able to find an option that is perfect for your needs. With a large boot and roomy rear seats the ID 4 is ideal for families and long journeys.

Nissan Ariya

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If you’ve got your sights set on an electric SUV with plenty of mod cons and a luxurious feel, then you should consider the Nissan Ariya. The car’s exterior is truly attractive; boasting a sizeable front grille, sloping roofline and fashionable rear illumination that give it a unique appearance. It’s also possible to pick out a contrast shade for the roof, adding yet another eye-catching feature. Inside, this vehicle is equally stylish, with sleek lines across the dashboard and two large digital displays alongside numerous lush materials.

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The Ariya’s exterior may appear sleek and slender, but the interior offers plenty of space. Those tall of stature will appreciate the generous head and legroom in the front, while its width ensures comfortable personal space between occupants. When travelling long distances, passengers can even recline the rear seatbacks a few degrees for added comfort. The front-wheel drive model provides 466 litres of boot room, easily accommodating all family needs and possibly a buggy or golf bag. Bonus storage below the boot floor makes storing charging cables practical too. Unfortunately, you won’t find a ‘frunk’ like with the Ford Mustang Mach-E or Tesla Model Y, and if you opt for the AWD Ariya e-4ORCE boot volume drops to 408 litres.

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With its dual option of two-wheel or four-wheel drive, the Nissan Ariya is a powerful and enduring option. The entry-level variant has a 63 kWh battery, generating 217 horsepower and 300 Nm of torque, allowing you to speed from 0-62 mph in 7.5 seconds with a top speed of 99 mph. Its practical WLTP testing shows an impressive real-world range of up to 233 miles. But for those requiring even more power, or wanting to travel further without recharging, there’s more – the 87 kWh battery pack produces 242 horsepower and can handle journeys of up to 329 miles.

Carmakers are seeing a surge in SUV sales, ranging from small crossovers to large luxury seven-seaters. Electric SUVs provide families with many benefits, however the batteries needed for extended ranges can add to the cost of the vehicle. From the pioneering Ford Mustang Mach-E to the alluring Nissan Ariya, there’s an impressive array of electric SUVs poised to meet diverse family needs without compromising on performance, range, and comfort. Don’t miss out on a chance of owning these brilliant SUVs!!!