Electric Cars 2022: a new EV guide from CAR magazine

Published: 05 July 2022

► New EV guide from CAR magazine
► On sale now – in print and digital forms
► Helping you decide whether to plug in

Electric Cars 2022 is a new book brought to you by the makers of CAR magazine to help Britons decide whether they should take the plunge and go electric.

The guide has 116 pages of advice and explainers, reviews and comparison tests to demystify the ownership of electric vehicles (EVs) and explain best practice for making the decision of whether to plug in or not.

It’s an indispensable guide to electric cars and you can buy it in major newsagents on the high street and at airports, or read it via Apple News+ and other digital channels if you’d prefer to browse on your phone, tablet or computer.

Electric Cars 2022 is available to buy at all good newsagents, or you can buy online and get your copy delivered straight to your door. Click here to buy it now!

What’s in the Electric Cars 2022 guide?

You’ll find the same great writers and photographers you’ll know and trust from CAR magazine – but here they focus exclusively on how to transition to electric cars and help guide you to the best in class. Highlights include:

  • How to draw up your shortlist
  • The best way to pay for your first EV
  • A guide to charging – at home and in public
  • Reviews of the best EVs in each class
  • Fearless verdicts, delivering warts-n-all advice
  • Case studies of CAR team members who’ve gone electric
  • Guide to the best EVs at every price point

The book tests everything from the Tesla Model Y, one of Britain’s bestselling electric cars in 2022, to the cheapest EVs, including the Peugeot e-208, Renault Zoe and Mini Electric.

And if you’ve more budget to splash, then Electric Cars 2022 also tests the Ford Mustang Mach-E, BMW iX and Mercedes-Benz EQS – as well as the £1.7 million Pininfarina Battista, Lucid Air and Porsche Mission R electric prototype, which go to show that our electric future can be very fast and fun too.

Buy our Electric Cars 2022 guidebook here

By Tim Pollard

Group digital editorial director, motoring news magnet