The world of mobility is changing rapidly—every week, exciting new vehicles enter the market. We’ll help you stay up-to-date with the latest innovations and newest models
Porsche TaycanBack in September 2015, Porsche unveiled its first electric concept car, the Mission E at the Frankfurt Car Fair. Now, 4 years later, Porsche’s first all-electric sports sedan - the Porsche Taycan - has hit the streets and it could be said the real thing is even better than what the concept promised all those years ago.
Tesla Model YElon Musk thinks his Tesla Model Y could be the bestselling car or vehicle of any kind anywhere in the world. Brisk sales are already being reported in the US and China, the Y’s launch markets. European customers will be able to decide whether the EV will put the Y in ‘sexy’ (after S, 3, X) when deliveries begin in September 2021.
Hyundai IONIQ 6To say the IONIQ 6 looks cool is an understatement. With its pronounced arch shape inspired by the Prophecy EV concept car, this all-electric Hyundai truly stands out from the crowd. Inside the sleek coupe-like silhouette, you’ll find Hyundai's most cutting-edge technology and safety innovations. Its energy efficiency, sustainable use of materials and highly streamlined style all add up to a design Hyundai calls 'Ethical Uniqueness.' Bottom line, the IONIQ 6 feels like the future.
Volvo XC40The Volvo XC40 is an upright and solid SUV that stands out for its sophisticated Scandinavian style, practicality and comfort. With the same screen interfaces, four-cylinder diesel and petrol engines, driver-assist and safety systems, it feels and drives like a proper Volvo—responsive, efficie
Volkswagen ID.7LeasePlan is excited to offer the upcoming Volkswagen ID.7, a fully electric saloon car that provides a sustainable and luxurious driving experience. With its advanced technology and sleek design, the Volkswagen ID.7 is set to be a formidable competitor to the Tesla Model 3 and Hyundai Ioniq 6.
BMW X1 xDrive25eMixing maximum efficiency and comfort, with exclusive driving dynamics, the BMW X1 hybrid unites the best of both worlds. It’s a comfortable and compact, family-oriented, plug-in SUV that’s not only fun to drive, it’s actually faster and more refined than its non-electrified siblings.