Our EVs

An electric vehicle costs much to drive, produces fewer emissions, and creates a much smaller carbon footprint than a conventional petrol or diesel-powered car. At LeasePlan, we make it easy to lease the latest electric vehicles from the top manufacturers. Whether you want to drive a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or fully electric vehicle, we’ve got the car to fit your lifestyle. Choose from our wide selection of business and private lease options.

Electrify your business today

An electric vehicle costs less to drive and produces fewer and is much more efficient for most business needs emissions as compared to fossil-fuel cars. With LeasePlan’s Business Lease, you get to take your pick of the latest EVs from the top manufacturers – all at a fixed and beneficial monthly price. Charge ahead of your competitors today.

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Private lease: the new driving is electric

Driving electric has never been so easy or economical. With LeasePlan’s Private Lease offers, you can switch to a more sustainable life – without a long wait and at a fixed monthly fee. Better yet, electric cars are quieter and cheaper to drive. Take your pick from our wide range of electric vehicles designed to suit every lifestyle. Plug into freedom today.

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Featured vehicles

Tesla Model 3
The one to beat. But is it really as good as they say?
Ford Mustang EV
Does this EV live up to its muscle-car eponym?

FAQs about electric driving

What are the differences with an internal combustion engine vehicle? EVs differ in more facets than just size and engine power of combustion engine vehicles. For example, an EV has: - A quiet engine and automatic transmission with only one gear - No emissions while driving - You have the advantage of being able to charge at home How safe are electrical vehicles? Electric vehicles are approved for all safety factors, just like conventional vehicles. In the event of a collision, there is a possibility that some parts may receive an active charge or that short-circuiting causes an electrical fire, though the safety precautions and construction have limited this risk to an absolute minimum.