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Want To Buy An EV? Here's the List of Every Model on Sale in 2022!

Are you looking to purchase an Electric Vehicle in Malaysia? Well, look no further. This article is a breakdown of every EV currently available on sale.



The list is based on each model's time of publication and the confirmed prices. We will, however, leave out those EVs that have been previewed but have yet to be launched, like the Ora Good Cat and Volkswagen ID.4, for now.


See the list below in alphabetical order;

BMW iX3 – RM 322,800 to RM 343,800


A rear-mounted electric motor produces 286 PS/400 Nm powers the BMW iX3. The top speed is 180 km/h, and it takes 6.8 seconds to accelerate to 100 km/h.

The WLTP range of an 80-kWh lithium-ion battery is up to 461 km. It supports AC charging up to 11 kW via a Type 2 connection for 100% charge in roughly 7.5 hours and DC fast charging at rates up to 150 kW for 80% charge in 32 minutes.

The two variants offered are inspiring and Impressive, each costing RM 322,800 and RM 343,800, respectively.




BMW iX – RM 379,800 to RM 425,800


A dual-motor setup (all-wheel drive) provides the BMW iX xDrive40 with 326 PS/630 Nm of power and a 0-100 km/h time of 6.1 seconds. Its top speed is 200 km/h.

With a battery capacity of 76.6 kWh, the WLTP cycle allows for an electric range of up to 425 km. The onboard charger has an AC charging capacity of up to 11 kW, and CCS 2 connections for DC fast charging have a 150 kW rating.

The xDrive40 and xDrive40 Sport variants are offered, starting at RM 379,800 and 425,800, respectively.




BMW i4 – RM 389,800 to RM 430,800

A rear-mounted electric motor powers the BMW i4 eDrive40 to a maximum output of 340 PS/430 Nm. The quick acceleration to 100 km/h can be completed in 5.7 seconds, and the top speed is 190 km/h.

One electric motor is mounted on the front axle, and the other is on the rear axle of the more potent BMW i4 M50. With a combined output of 544 PS/795 Nm in Boost mode, the i4 M50 can sprint to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 225 km/h.

Both have floor-mounted batteries with a gross capacity of 83.9 kWh and a net capacity of 80.7 kWh. The WLTP driving range for the eDrive40 and M50, respectively, is up to 590 km and 510 km.

A maximum of 11 kW can be used for AC charging, which can complete a full charge in less than 8.5 hours. The BMW i4 can charge from zero to eighty percent in 31 minutes using DC fast charging at a maximum rate of 200 kW.

The BMW i4 M50 is RM 430,800, compared to RM 389,800 for the i4 eDrive40.



CAM EC35 - RM 130,000

The CAM EC35 has a 38.7 kWh lithium-ion phosphate battery and an 80 PS/200 Nm electric motor, giving it a WLTP range of 268 km. It is a rebadged version of the DFSK model of the same name.

It uses the CCS Combo 2 charging port, which has a 6.6 kW AC charging capacity and a 40 kW DC fast charging capacity.



Hyundai Kona Electric – RM 156,538 to RM 208,348

The electric motor in the Kona e-Lite and e-Plus generates 136 PS/395 Nm and is powered by a 39.2 kWh battery. The claimed sprint time from 0 to 100 km/h is 9.9 seconds, and the top speed is 155 km/h. The WLTP cycle estimates the driving range at 305 km.

The Kona e-Max, which has the most extended range, has a larger 64-kWh battery and an electric motor with a maximum output of 204 PS/395 Nm. It has a top speed of 167 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.9 seconds. The WLTP cycle estimates the driving range at 484 km.

The Lite variant's maximum AC charging rates are 7.2 kW, while the Plus and Max variants' top rates are 11 kW. For DC fast charging, the Kona e-Max battery can be fully charged from 10 to 80% in about 47 minutes using a 100-kW charger.

The Kona Lite, Plus, and Max are each priced at RM 156,538, RM 176,838, and RM 208,348.



Hyundai Ioniq 5 – RM 207,808 to RM 270,408

The Ioniq 5 Max variant receives a more robust 72.6 kWh battery with a motor on each axle (AWD), producing a combined total of 305 PS/605 Nm. The Ioniq 5 Lite plus variants receive a 58 kWh battery with a rear-mounted motor producing 170 PS/350 Nm.

Both 400V and 800V DC ultra-fast charging are supported by the Ioniq 5, and according to Hyundai, a 350 kW DC charger can charge the battery from 10 percent to 80 percent in 18 minutes. 11 kW are designated for AC charging.

Ioniq 5 Lite, Plus, and Max are available for purchase for RM 207,808, RM 238,408, and RM 270,408, respectively.



Kia EV6 – RM 300,668

The 77.4 kWh high voltage battery in the Kia EV6 powers two electric motors that deliver 325 PS/605 Nm to all four wheels. It has a top speed of 185 km/h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds.

Similar to the Ioniq 5, it can support up to 350 kW of DC fast charging and accept up to 11 kW of AC charging thanks to its dual-mode architecture.



Mazda MX-30 – RM 198,780

The MX-30 has a range of 199 km (WLTP) and a front-mounted electric motor with 145 PS/271 Nm powered by a 35.5 kWh battery. While DC fast charging can reach 40 kW, AC charging is only rated at 6.6 kW.



Mercedes-Benz EQA – RM 296,888

There is only one available model, the EQA 250, which has an electric propulsion system with 190 PS and 370 Nm that drives the front wheels and enables a 0–100 km/h sprint time of 8.9 seconds and a top speed of 160 km/h. The WLTP range of the 66.5 kWh battery is up to 429 km.

The time required to charge from 10 to 100 percent using the maximum AC charging rate of 11 kW is approximately 5 hours and 45 minutes. DC fast charging, meanwhile, has a maximum power rating of 100 kW and can charge batteries from 10 to 80% in just over 30 minutes.



Mercedes-Benz EQB – RM 328,888

The EQB 350 is an electric all-wheel drive (AWD) SUV propelled by two electric motors, one on each axle, and produces 292 PS/520 Nm. It is powered by a 66.5 kWh battery pack with a maximum WLTP range of 423 km.

With its CCS2 connector, the EQB supports AC charging up to 11 kW and DC fast charging up to 100 kW.



Mercedes-Benz EQC – RM 388,888

An 80-kWh battery pack provides energy for the EQC, propelled by two electric motors with a combined output of 408 PS/760 Nm and AWD capability.

The EQC 400 has a 437 km maximum WLTP driving range. While DC charging can reach 100 kW, AC charging has a rating of 11 kW.



Mercedes-Benz EQS – RM 698,888

The EQS 450+, which is built on the Electric Vehicle Architecture (EVA) platform, has a rear-mounted electric motor (RWD) that generates 333 PS/565 Nm and accelerates the vehicle from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 6.2 seconds with a top speed of 210 kilometers per hour. It has a battery capacity of 107.8 kWh, providing a WLTP range of up to 782 km.

The maximum AC charging capacity of the onboard charger is 11 kW, and the maximum DC charging capacity is 200 kW, which requires 31 minutes to charge from 10% to 80%.



MINI Electric – RM 191,264

The 12-module T-shaped battery unit has a net capacity of 28.9 kWh, while the front-mounted electric motor is rated at 184 PS/270 Nm. Speeds up to 150 km/h can be reached in 7.3 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h. According to the WLTP cycle, the driving range is 232 km.

A maximum of 50kW of fast DC charging can be done using the 11kW AC charging method.



Nissan Leaf – RM 175,800

A 40-kWh battery pack and a front-mounted electric motor with 150 PS and 320 Nm give the Nissan Leaf a claimed range of up to 311 kilometers when driven according to the NEDC cycle.

In contrast to most of the EVs available here, the Nissan Leaf uses a Type 1 port for AC charging (up to 6.6 kW) and CHAdeMO for DC fast charging (up to 50 kW).

Remember that the Nissan Leaf is currently only available through subscription through the GoEV service offered by GoCar Subscription.



Porsche Taycan – RM 524,000 to RM 966,000

Depending on the Porsche Taycan's variant and options, two battery sizes are available: the 79.2 kWh single-deck Performance Battery and the 93.4 kWh two-deck Performance Battery Plus.

The Porsche Taycan (Sport Saloon) has the following reported statistics:

Taycan RWD – 380 PS / 345 Nm (431 km WLTP range)

Taycan 4S – 530 PS / 640 Nm (407 km WLTP range)

Taycan GTS – 598 PS / 850 Nm (504 km WLTP range)

Taycan Turbo – 680 PS / 850 Nm (450 km WLTP range)

Taycan Turbo S – 761 PS / 1050 Nm (412 km WLTP range)

Turismo cross variant:

Taycan Cross Turismo 4 – 380 PS / 500 Nm (437 km NEDC range)

Taycan Cross Turismo 4S – 490 PS / 650 Nm (436 km NEDC range)

Taycan Cross Turismo Turbo – 625 PS / 850 Nm (425 km NEDC range)

Here are the starting prices for each Porsche Taycan variant in Malaysia.

The Renault Zoe has two variants: Zen R110 and Intent R135. The former has a 110 PS/225 Nm front-mounted electric motor, while the latter has a higher output of 135 PS/245 Nm.

Both come with a 52-kWh battery pack that allows for a range of up to 395 km (WLTP) in the Zen R110 and 386 km (WLTP) in the Intent R135. It can charge up to 22 kW AC and 50 kW DC.

The Zen R110 costs RM 163,000, while the Intent R135 costs RM 175,000.



RM 278,888 for a Volvo XC40 EV

The dual motors that propel all four wheels of the Volvo XC40 Recharge P8 produce a total power output of 408 PS/660 Nm (AWD). The sprint time from zero to 100 kilometers per hour is 4.9 seconds, and the top speed is limited to 180 kilometers per hour.

The battery capacity is rated at 78 kWh, providing a WLTP cycle range of 418 km. The Volvo XC40 Recharge EV accepts up to 11 kW of AC charging and supports up to 150 kW of DC fast charging via the CCS2 connector.


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