9 – Volkswagen ID.3
Thanks to rear-wheel drive, accurate steering and fine body control, the ID.3 is enjoyable to drive. What’s more, its practicality is up with the roomiest family hatchbacks, predicted resale values are superb and it’ll be cheap to run for both company car drivers and private buyers. Only the fiddly infotainment system and cheap feeling interior plastics let it down.
- Good electric range
- Sprightly performance
- Decent to drive
- Iffy interior quality, especially for the pricier versions
- Charging network weaker than Tesla’s
- Infotainment system needs some upgrades