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The Most Exciting EVs Available In Australia In 2022 !

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2022 promises to be an exciting year for electric vehicles and the entire automotive industry in Australia. The entire 2020s can be considered to be the decade where electric vehicles gain critical and cultural acclaim and the decade where EV culture gets solidified.

As Australian residents, we almost always get a few EV brands or models yearly, and these models are usually available in limited quantities, but 2022 promises to be the year when Australia becomes a powerhouse for electric vehicles, not only in Oceania and the Asia Pacific but the entire world.

Talking about powerhouses, you need a powerhouse to help you get the most out of your electric vehicle in 2022. That’s why EV Powerhouse is here to serve as the perfect electric vehicle charger retailer for you in Australia. It’ll be almost impossible for you to make the most out of your EV without appropriate EV charger support from the right retailer.

When it comes to the sheer number and variety of electric vehicles available, 2022 will give Australians more options than ever before, and we’re sure that you’re as excited as we are for the year of EVs in our country.

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Over the course of this piece, EV Powerhouse aims to enlighten you about a wide range of EVs across different price classes. We’ll tell you which EVs available in 2022 will give you the best value for your money, when they’ll be available, and how they may be available to Australian buyers. EV Powerhouse promises to be as neutral as we can be during the process, and we’ve decided to make it a point to only share vehicles that we believe in with you. Excited? Please sit back, relax, and join us on a journey through 2022 EVs in Australia.EV MG 2022


When talking about the cheapest EVs in Australia, it’s hard to have the right answer for long, as every few weeks a new brand makes its way onto Australia’s shores, and they’re usually priced to be as cheap as financially possible.

This is because most brands want to gain a footing, and the best way to achieve this is typical to offer unbeatable prices. Obviously, brands like Tesla and Mercedes-Benz aren’t trying to have the cheapest EVs on the market, but most other brands actively look forward to having the “cheapest” EV on the market.

For a considerable amount of time, the Renault Zoe was the cheapest EV in Australia, and when the Zoe was still available in Australia, you could get one for just under $50,000. You can access the MG ZS EV at a starting price of $40,990, and this vehicle is based on a similar petrol-based offering from MG, the ZS Essence.

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