2021 EV Wish List

  • Audi e-tron
  • BMWiX3
  • Fiat 500e
  • Ford Mustang Mach-E
  • Honda e
  • Kia e-Niro
  • Kia Soul EV
  • Mercedes EQC 400
  • MG MG5 EV
  • MG ZS EV
  • Mini Electric
  • Nissan Ariya
  • Vauxhall Mokka-e
  • Peugeot e-2008
  • Polestar 2
  • Skoda Enyaq IV
  • Tesla Model Y
  • VW ID.3
  • VW ID.4
  • Volvo XC40 P8

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So in 2020 six new vehicles were added to the fleet.

Renault Zoe ZE50 (two trim levels)
Peugeot e-208
DS3 Crossover e-Tense (two trim levels)
Jaguar I-Pace
Hyundai Kona
Hyundai Ioniq 38kWh

We’ll have to wait and see what new models will be added in 2021

After 24 votes, it seems SUVs and larger family sized vehicles are wanted. It’s between Model Y and ID.3 for top spot at the moment with Polestar 2 running a close third.

I’m surprised that the MG ZS EV isn’t more popular (currently 8%) and what’s wrong with the Nissan Ariya? It seems nobody wants one!


You missed the Jag :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Thanks. Post duly edited.

No Citroen Ami on the list. Surely would top the voting as it is so practical :rofl:

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You can only have a maximum of 20 options in a poll and the Ami was number 21…sorry :wink:


If it wasn’t for the logistical nightmare of delivering them to subscribers all over the UK I’d love to see cars like this added to the fleet. Or even better, give me a Twizy!

I’m still hoping they will add an e-208 GT Premium. The more I drive the e-208, the more I love the car. The only reason I’m planning to swap to a Kona is the GT Line trim level lacking some features.


I agree. We were saying the same today… if only it had a bit more range :sob:


Also agree do really like the car just the range is a let down :disappointed:

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Of the 32 voters thus far, 17 would like to see the ID.3 join the ONTO fleet. Nobody though has shown any interest in the Ariya. Here’s a short video that might change your mind:

What features are lacking

On the e-208 GT Line? Nothing major but they are still features I’ve had on most of my previous cars and I do miss them.

Keyless Entry (often standard on cars costing half as much as the e-208 GT Line)

Adaptive Cruise Control

Large Infotainment Screen (screen is tiny)

All of the above are added just one trim level up from the GT Line trim.

As I said, nothing major and millions of people cope without these. However, once you’ve had them for a few years and have used them daily, you really do notice the loss.


Think the name is what is putting most people off. :wink:
Not a bad overall interior by the looks of it.
For me I dislike the silly touch buttons that are hidden when off.
Physical buttons are tactile and always visible.
It’s not due until late 2021 too.

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Maybe there are just too many medium sized slab sided SUVs around already.

The Ariya is ugly.

I’m not a fan of Nissan.

Not a car for me.

It’s ok I suppose but definitely not my first choice

Just been looking at the Nissan website.
It’s actually quite impressive, with all wheel drive, 87kWh battery option, over 300 mile range.
Looks like a dual sunroof or it might be a a small pano.
It does need some better colours and alloys and then it might look a lot better.
Maybe an exterior refresh before it gets pushed into production.

Cheers for that ! @Ben1

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After 37 voters have participated, ID.3 (54%) is pulling away from the Model Y and Polestar 2 tying for second place at 43%.

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