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Unveiling the Best Electric SUVs in Australia Right Now

By carbar on the March 7, 2024

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Picture this: cruising down Australia’s scenic highways, wind in your hair, all while reducing your impact. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, hold onto your hats...

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Picture this: cruising down Australia’s scenic highways, wind in your hair, all while reducing your impact. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, hold onto your hats because electric SUVs are here to make that dream a reality. 

In this article, we’re diving headfirst into the world of electric SUVs, from their rise in popularity to the top picks, key features, and even some FAQs. 

So buckle up, because we’re about to embark on a journey towards a greener, cooler, and downright electrifying future on the Aussie roads!

Eco-Friendly Driving Revolution

As we brace ourselves to reach net zero by 20501, electric vehicles (EVs) will continue to revolutionise the way we hit the roads. 

The shift towards sustainable transportation solutions has led to a transformation in the automotive industry, with most car manufacturers rising to the challenge of swapping out traditional cars for their eco-friendly counterparts.

Embracing the call for eco-consciousness, electric SUVs emerge as vanguards of the movement, embodying both style and environmental responsibility. 

The Rise of Electric Vehicles in Australia

Besides spiders, snakes and pet kangaroos, Aussies are known for their love of the great outdoors, so it’s no surprise that we’re hopping on the electric bandwagon to save our beautiful planet. 

According to the Electric Vehicle Council, in 2023, global and local supply constraints restricted the availability of all EVs in Australia. As a result, EVs only accounted for 8% of new light vehicle sales. However, this was a 120% increase compared to the year before.2

The EV market was dominated by 3 models, with the Tesla Model Y, Tesla Model 3, and BYD Atto 3, representing 68.1% of Australia’s EV market.3

With the Government backing the green movement and folks waking up to the realities of climate change, electric vehicles, especially SUVs, will inevitably have to become the new car of choice. 

The projected revenue in the Electric Vehicles market in Australia is expected to reach AUD US$3.3bn, in 2024. It is also projected that the unit sales of the Electric Vehicles market in Australia are projected to reach 97.69k vehicles in 20284.

Environmental Impact of Electric SUVs

Ah, the sweet smell of clean air and the gentle hum of electric engines – that's the promise when you buy an electric SUV.

First off, let's talk emissions – or rather, the lack thereof. Electric SUVs are swooping in to save the day by dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Unlike their petrol-guzzling counterparts, electric SUVs produce zero tailpipe emissions, meaning they don't spew out harmful pollutants like carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides into the atmosphere. 

But the benefits don't stop there. They also help slash air pollution, a major win for public health and the environment. By ditching fossil fuels in favour of cleaner, renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, electric SUVs play a crucial role in improving air quality and reducing smog levels in our cities. 

And let's not forget about the big picture – climate change. With the planet heating up faster than a summer barbecue, it's more important than ever to curb our carbon emissions and slow down the pace of global warming. By driving an EV, you can begin to reduce your carbon footprint. 

Unlike traditional internal combustion engines, which waste a significant amount of energy through heat and friction, electric motors are incredibly efficient, converting more of the energy from the battery into useful power for the wheels. That means you get more bang for your buck and less waste.

When it comes to saving the planet, every little bit counts!

Carbar's Top 3 Electric SUV Picks

Now, for the moment you’ve been waiting for… 

As your trusted guide to automotive excellence, we present the crème de la crème of electric SUVs, each boasting its own unique blend of style, performance and sustainability. 

From the electrifying thrill of a Tesla to the eco-friendly charm of a Hyundai, and the luxurious allure of a Volvo, these top picks promise to redefine your driving experience in ways you never imagined.

Tesla Model Y: Leading the Charge

Alright, brace yourselves - the Tesla Model Y is like the rockstar of the electric SUV world. With its sleek design, dog mode (yes, you heard that right), and enough tech to make your smartphone blush, the Model Y is taking the electric game to a whole new level. Here are some of our favourite features:

  1. Charging and Battery

With up to 533km (WLTP) of range plus access to almost 100 Tesla Supercharger locations in Australia, Tesla has you covered. You can add over 261 km of range in just 15 minutes5.

  1. Dog Mode

Forget doggy daycare, the Tesla Model Y has you covered. With Dog Mode, you can leave your BFF (best fur friend) in the comfort of your ride while you race in to grab a coffee. And with an all-glass roof and expansive cabin, there is plenty of room for them to explore while you’re gone. 

  1. Tesla App

Ever wondered what your car is up to while you're away? Using the Tesla App, you can access, precondition and monitor your Model Y from anywhere. You can also enable Sentry Mode which allows you to monitor suspicious activities around your Tesla vehicle when it’s parked and locked in specified locations6.

  1. Entertainment for the whole family

Your driving experience is centred around an ultra-responsive 15-inch touchscreen. Not only can you listen to your favourite tunes, but you can also enjoy fully immersive surround sound from every seat, making it feel like you are in the recording studio with your favourite artists. And for the family, Tesla Arcade is loaded with games ready to keep the little ones entertained. 

  1. Built for Safety

According to Tesla, their vehicles are engineered to be the safest in the world, designed to protect the passenger, the driver and even pedestrians7. For a bit of light reading, head to the Tesla Vehicle Safety Report. But to give you an idea, Tesla has considered safety features which incorporate the battery pack, impact protection, structural integrity, crumple zones and advanced airbags, just to name a few. 

Hyundai Kona Electric: A Sustainable Marvel

The Hyundai Kona Electric combines affordability with sustainability, making it an attractive option for eco-conscious consumers. With its long-range capability, efficient drivetrain, and advanced safety features, the Kona Electric delivers an eco-friendly driving experience without compromising on performance or comfort. Here is what we love about it:

  1. Charging and Battery

The Kona has up to 370km – 505km (WLTP) of range depending on the model with a 48.6kWh or 64.8kWh battery8. Convenient charging options mean you can power up at home or on the go, at one of the many DC charging stations available across the nation. You can quickly charge 10% to 80% in 45 mins.

  1. Loads of Space

The Kona offers versatility when it comes to space, with loads of room for whatever adventure you seek. With the rear seat folded, you can enjoy up to 1,241 litres of interior space, making it an excellent choice for eco-friendly getaways. 

  1. Premium Comfort

You will always feel relaxed with fully reclining front seats, dual-zone climate control, BOSE® premium sound system and a wireless charging pad for your accessories. What makes it even better is the Integrated Memory System that reads your mind (or at least saves your preferred settings) so that you can quickly switch your seating positions when you get behind the whee9l.

  1. Safety is a Priority

Equipped with Hyundai SmartSenseTM safety innovations, you will feel safe and secure as the driver or passenger of the vehicle. The next-gen tech provides smart regenerative braking, remote smart park assist (RSPA), Blind-spot view monitor (BVM), driver attention warning (DAW) and loads more!10

  1. Affordable Luxury

Even with all these features, the Kona Electric still sits in a reasonable price bracket, making it a competitive choice when it comes to buying a new vehicle. 

Volvo XC40 Recharge: Driving into the Future

Volvo's XC40 Recharge exemplifies the brand's commitment to sustainability and safety, offering a luxurious driving experience with zero emissions. Equipped with advanced infotainment systems, state-of-the-art safety features, and impressive acceleration, the XC40 Recharge represents the future of electric SUVs, blending style, performance, and sustainability seamlessly.

  1. Charging and Battery

You can enjoy up to 507km (WLTP) of range with 300kw of power. The next-generation electric powertrains increase the capacity, giving you longer range and quicker DC fast charging. You can fast charge 10-80% in just 27 mins.

  1. Keep Connected

You will always be up-to-date, on time, and on track with Google Maps, Google Assistant and Google Play. The in-car apps will keep you and the family entertained while providing an enjoyable experience every time you hop in. 

  1. Breathe Easy 

Not only is your car better for the environment, but it is also better for your health. With an advanced air purifier system, you can prevent up to 80 percent of hazardous PM 2.5 particles from entering the cabin. You can monitor particle and pollen levels outside the car while enjoying better and healthier air quality, no matter the conditions outside. 

  1. Light up your life

The pixel lights in the Volvo XC40 Recharge, featuring the iconic Thor’s Hammer design, utilise 84 Pixel LEDs per headlight unit to adapt to surrounding traffic conditions for efficient road illumination without dazzling other road users11.

  1. Assisted safety

With loads of safety features packed into your shiny EV, you can rest assured that you and your family will be safe on every journey, big or small. From 360° parking view, intelligent safety assistance technology and a protective body structure, you can always feel confident behind the wheel.

Key Features and Performance Metrics

Let's get down to brass tacks and talk shop – because it's all about the nitty-gritty details that make them tick. 

Battery Range and Charging Capabilities

Range anxiety is real. But fear not, my friends! With electric SUVs boasting longer ranges and faster charging than ever before, you can kiss range anxiety goodbye and hit the road with confidence. 

The driving range capabilities of newly-released EV models are getting better as battery technology improves, electric drive units evolve, and designers focus on maximising aerodynamic efficiency12.

So whether you're planning a cross-country adventure or just popping down to the beach, these electric beasts have got you covered.

Acceleration and Driving Dynamics

One of the most notable differences is the instant torque that electric motors provide, which means that the car can accelerate quickly and smoothly from a standstill. This can be especially helpful in stop-and-go traffic situations, where you can quickly and easily accelerate or decelerate without any lag.

In addition, electric cars also offer silky-smooth acceleration, which makes for a more comfortable and enjoyable driving experience. The lack of engine noise and vibrations means that you can enjoy a peaceful drive without any distractions or discomfort.

Finally, electric cars also offer sharp handling, which can make them more fun to drive and provide better control on the road. With a lower centre of gravity due to the placement of the battery pack, electric cars can feel more stable and responsive, especially in corners or on winding roads.

Overall, the eco-friendly driving dynamics of electric cars are a true game-changer, offering a more enjoyable, comfortable, and sustainable driving experience.

The Australian Market Perspective

As we navigate the bustling landscape of the Australian automotive market, it's essential to understand the unique factors shaping the adoption of electric SUVs down under. 

From government incentives to the growth of charging infrastructure, these market perspectives shed light on the evolving landscape of electric mobility and the opportunities that lie ahead for Aussie drivers

Government Incentives for Electric SUVs

Wanna save some cash? The Aussie government is dishing out incentives to encourage folks to go electric. From rebates to tax breaks, there's never been a better time to jump on the electric bandwagon and score some sweet deals while at it.


The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) provides an exemption for Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) on electric cars, aiming to incentivise the adoption of environmentally friendly vehicles in Australia. Employers can provide electric cars to their employees for private use without incurring FBT, making electric vehicles more accessible and affordable for both employers and employees. Additionally, this exemption extends to electric cars leased under novated lease arrangements, providing further flexibility and savings for employees transitioning to electric driving.


If you live in NSW there is no longer an electric vehicle rebate however the government has pledged more funding to EV charging infrastructure13. The $263 million funding will support a revised NSW EV Strategy and the state’s goals to achieve Net Zero emissions targets of 50 per cent of new electric car sales by 203014.


All new and used zero emissions vehicles are eligible for two years of free registration until June 30, 2024. Also, an exemption from stamp duty applies for all new zero-emission vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, utility and light commercial vehicles15.


There is also no rebate anymore for VIC drivers, however, if you drive a ZEV or other low plug-in hybrid vehicle, you may be eligible to receive a $100 annual discount on vehicle registration. However, it does not apply to all-electric heavy vehicles and motorcycles. ZEVs are also exempt from luxury vehicle rates of stamp duty and instead charged a flat rate of $8.40 per $200 of market value, regardless of purchase price16.


Good news for the maroon state. Queensland doubled its rebate from $3000 to $6000 for new EVs and raised the purchase price threshold to $68,000, with businesses potentially eligible for a $3000 rebate. You may also receive a 33% discount on stamp duty for electric and hybrid vehicles, with a rate of $2 per $100 of sales value (up to $100,000) and $4 per $100 if it is over that value. This is compared to a stamp duty of up to $6 per $100 for higher-emission vehicles17


You could potentially enjoy a $3000 rebate and three years of registration if you live in SA, however, it is only for the first 7,000 battery electric or fuel cell (hydrogen) vehicles valued at less than $68,750. This offer was limited though and as of August 14, 2023, there were only 1,400 rebates still available18.


You could also be the recipient of a $3500 rebate in WA if you are one of the first 10,000 buyers of new ZEVs including BEVs and FCEVS for vehicles with a dutiable value of $70,000 or less that are licensed for road use19.


We hate to be the bearers of bad news but there are currently no electric vehicle uptake incentives in TAS however businesses and organisations can take advantage of the national incentives mentioned above.


If you buy a new or used EV, fuel-cell or plug-in hybrid, you could receive a $1500 discount in stamp duty for vehicles with a dutiable value of up to $50,000. New and existing BEVs and PHEVs also receive free registration. Keep in mind that this is on a time limit of 5 years from 2022. Also, until June 30, 2024, homeowners and businesses can apply for $1,000 and $2,500 respectively to buy and install an electric vehicle charger.

Don’t Forget Road User Charges

While incentives always sound amazing, the Government has some strategic moves to ensure they offset the loss of fuel excise income from EV drivers. 

This is where road user charges (RUC) come in. A RUC is a distance-based tax placed on eligible vehicles. The rate is charged per kilometre driven and is indexed to CPI each year.

VIC is leading the way, with RUC already implemented for their EV owners. NSW, SA and WA have announced their plans for additional road use taxes. QLD, TAS, NT and ACT have yet to announce any taxes or charges; however, they have not ruled them out for the future20

Charging Infrastructure Growth

As the EV revolution gains momentum across Australia, one of the critical aspects facilitating its widespread adoption is the rapid growth of charging infrastructure. 

From bustling city centres to remote outback highways, the expansion of charging stations has been nothing short of remarkable. With initiatives from both the public and private sectors, the charging infrastructure network continues to expand, ensuring that EV drivers have convenient access to charging facilities wherever their journeys take them. 

Gone are the days of range anxiety, as drivers can now find a variety of charging options, including fast chargers for quick top-ups and destination chargers for longer stays. 

Moreover, innovations in charging technology, such as ultra-fast chargers and wireless charging systems, promise to further enhance the convenience and accessibility of charging. 

Ownership Experience and Cost Considerations

Thinking of making the switch to an electric SUV? From maintenance and operational costs to long-term value, electric SUVs aren't just a smart choice for the planet – they're a savvy investment for your wallet too.

Maintenance and Operational Costs

When it comes to maintenance and operational costs, electric SUVs offer a refreshing departure from their traditional counterparts. 

With fewer moving parts and simpler mechanics, electric SUVs typically require less maintenance, resulting in lower operational costs over the vehicle's lifespan. Say goodbye to oil changes, transmission repairs, and exhaust system replacements – electric SUVs eliminate many of the routine maintenance tasks associated with internal combustion engines. 

The cost of electricity for charging an electric SUV is often significantly lower than the price of gasoline, leading to substantial savings on fuel expenses. 

While electric SUVs may require occasional battery maintenance or software updates, these costs are typically minimal compared to the ongoing expenses associated with traditional vehicles. Overall, opting for an electric SUV can translate to long-term savings and a hassle-free ownership experience.

Long-Term Value of Electric SUVs

Electric SUVs offer immediate benefits in terms of reduced emissions and lower operational costs. 

With advancements in battery technology and increasing demand for electric vehicles, the long-term value of electric SUVs remains strong. Unlike traditional vehicles, which depreciate rapidly, electric SUVs often retain their resale value better, making them a smart investment for the future. 

As the infrastructure for electric vehicles continues to expand and consumer confidence in electric driving grows, the resale market for electric SUVs is expected to flourish. 

Future Trends in Electric SUV Technology

The future of electric SUV technology is looking brighter than ever! From groundbreaking innovations in battery technology to the integration of autonomous features and seamless connectivity, the horizon is teeming with possibilities.

Innovations in Battery Technology

Advancements in battery technology, such as solid-state batteries and improved energy density, promise to enhance the range and efficiency of electric SUVs. 

With ongoing research and development, battery technology continues to evolve, offering greater performance and sustainability for future electric vehicles.

Autonomous Features and Connectivity

With advancements in technology, self-driving cars have become a reality in different parts of the world. Although they are not yet widely available, it is only a matter of time before they will be seen on our roads as well. Transport authorities are cautiously forging ahead with new regulations and a potential 2026 launch in Australia21.

Self-driving cars can potentially change how we travel, making it safer, more efficient, and environmentally friendly. They will be equipped with sensors, cameras, and GPS technology to navigate roads, avoid obstacles, and communicate with other vehicles. 

While there is still work to be done to perfect this technology, the future of self-driving cars looks promising.

Making the Switch: A Step-by-Step Guide

Transitioning from traditional vehicles to electric SUVs represents a significant shift towards a greener and more sustainable future. However, navigating this transition can feel overwhelming without the right guidance. 

Transitioning to Electric SUVs: What to Expect

Embarking on the journey to switch from traditional vehicles to electric SUVs can be an exciting yet daunting experience. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you navigate this transition seamlessly:

  1. Research and Explore Options: Start by researching electric SUV models available in the market. Take advantage of test drives and online reviews to get a feel for different models before making a decision. Ensure you consider the following:
    • Budget - What is your budget range for purchasing or leasing an electric SUV? You will need to consider not only the upfront cost but also long-term expenses such as charging, maintenance and potential incentives or rebates.
    • Body Type - There are many different body types of electric SUVs available in the market, including compact, midsize, and full-size options. Factors such as seating capacity, cargo space, and overall design to find the right fit for your lifestyle and preferences should be important in your final decision.
    • Performance - Evaluate the performance capabilities of electric SUV models, including factors such as acceleration, range, and handling to ensure the vehicle meets your performance needs and driving style.
    • Technology - There are so many technological features offered by electric SUVs, such as infotainment systems, driver-assistance features, and connectivity options. Look for advanced safety technologies, smartphone integration, and over-the-air software updates to enhance your driving experience and stay connected on the road.
  2. Identify Accessibility: It's crucial to weigh your options carefully to ensure the most suitable approach for your needs. Here are some key points to consider:
    • Buying Outright: Purchasing an EV outright is often the most cost-efficient option in the long run. However, it comes with residual and maintenance risks, as you are solely responsible for the vehicle's depreciation and upkeep.
    • Financing or Leasing: Financing or leasing an EV offers a more accessible entry into electric driving with a smaller upfront cost. While this option spreads out the financial commitment, you still bear the risk of ownership, including potential depreciation and maintenance expenses.
    • Subscription Services: Subscription services provide a novel way to access an EV without the burden of ownership. You will pay a fixed fee to access the vehicle, eliminating the traditional risks of car ownership. This lower cost of entry makes it an attractive option for those seeking flexibility and peace of mind.
  3. Understand Charging Needs: Range anxiety is a real thing! Familiarise yourself with the charging requirements of electric SUVs. Assess your daily driving habits, including commute distance and charging availability at home or work. While most overnight car charges can get the average driver through their day, charging options should be a consideration for holidaymakers or those with long commutes.
  4. Evaluate Employment Incentives: Speak to your employer about potential benefits or incentives they may offer for EV adoption, such as novated leasing or other flexible alternatives. Novated leasing allows you to lease an EV using pre-tax income, potentially resulting in significant tax savings and spreading out ownership costs. Alternatively, consider novated subscription services, where you pay a fixed fee to access an EV without the burden of ownership, providing flexibility and peace of mind.
  5. Prepare for Maintenance Differences: Electric SUVs have fewer moving parts than traditional vehicles, resulting in lower maintenance costs over time. However, it's essential to familiarise yourself with the unique maintenance requirements of electric vehicles, such as battery health monitoring and software updates, to ensure optimal performance and longevity.
  6. Plan for Home Charging: If possible, install a home charging station to conveniently charge your electric SUV. Work with a qualified electrician to assess your home's electrical capacity and install a Level 2 charging station compatible with your vehicle. Home charging offers the convenience of overnight charging and ensures your electric SUV is always ready for the road.
  7. Educate Yourself on Range and Charging Etiquette: Understand the range limitations of electric SUVs and plan your journeys accordingly. Familiarise yourself with common charging etiquettes, such as avoiding "ICEing" (internal combustion engine vehicles parking in charging spots) and respecting charging station usage guidelines to ensure a smooth charging experience for all EV drivers.

Overcoming Range Anxiety

Range (or charging) anxiety, the fear of running out of battery power while driving an electric car, is a common concern for prospective EV owners. Here are some tips to help you overcome charging anxiety and embrace the convenience of electric driving:

  1. Plan Ahead: Before embarking on a journey, plan your route and identify charging stations along the way. Use EV trip planning apps or websites to find charging stations, check their availability, and estimate charging times to ensure you have sufficient charge for your trip.
  2. Utilise Public Charging Infrastructure: Take advantage of public charging stations located at shopping centres, restaurants, and public parking facilities to top up your electric SUV's battery while running errands or enjoying leisure activities. Many public charging stations offer fast-charging options for quick refuelling stops.
  3. Invest in a Portable Charger: Consider investing in a portable charging cable or Level 1 charger for emergency charging needs. A portable charger allows you to plug into a standard electrical outlet when away from home, providing peace of mind and additional flexibility when charging on the go.
  4. Join EV Communities: Connect with fellow electric vehicle owners and join online forums or social media groups to share experiences, tips, and recommendations for charging locations and best practices. EV communities offer valuable support and insights to help you navigate the electric driving lifestyle confidently.

Salary Sacrificing Your EV

When considering the transition to electric vehicles (EVs), exploring financial incentives and alternative financing options can significantly impact your decision-making process. 

By salary sacrificing your EV through novated leasing or subscription offerings, you can capitalise on government incentives and lower costs associated with EV ownership. 

Novated leasing allows you to lease an EV using pre-tax income, potentially resulting in substantial tax savings while spreading out ownership costs. 

On the other hand, subscription services provide a flexible and low-risk alternative, allowing you to access an EV without the burden of ownership. With subscription models, you pay a fixed fee to use the vehicle, minimising risks associated with depreciation and maintenance. This approach also enables you to get in and out quickly if you're still unsure about committing to EV ownership long-term. 

By leveraging these options, you can maximise your savings and make the transition to electric driving more accessible and convenient.

Find out more about novated leasing here.

Driving Towards a Greener Tomorrow

As we wrap up our exploration of electric SUVs and the journey towards sustainable transportation, it's evident that we're driving towards a greener tomorrow. The choices we make today – from opting for electric vehicles to embracing renewable energy sources – have a profound impact on the health of our planet and the well-being of future generations.

By choosing electric SUVs, we're not just reducing our carbon footprint; we're also embracing a lifestyle that prioritises environmental stewardship and innovation.

With the continued growth of charging infrastructure, advancements in battery technology, and supportive government policies, the future of electric mobility looks brighter than ever. From city streets to remote highways, electric SUVs are reshaping the way we think about transportation, proving that sustainability and convenience can go hand in hand.

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