The London EV Show showcased some of the leading EV and EV charging companies.
This year's event featured some 220 exhibitors at the ExCel center in east London.
Take a look at some of the electric vehicles that were on show.
The London EV Show brings together some of the world's leading electric vehicle and EV charging companies.
This year's event took place in late November at the ExCel center in London's Docklands.
More than 220 exhibitors showcased their wares and debated some of the industry's most pressing issues.
From Business Insider's office in central London, we hopped on the Elizabeth Line for the short journey east to check out the latest electric cars, trucks, and last-mile delivery vehicles.
The Model Y is Tesla's second-cheapest vehicle and comes in three versions.
It starts at $32,890 and has an EPA-estimated range of 260 miles, per Tesla's website.
The Model Y comes with a 15-inch touchscreen, immersive sound system, and an all-glass roof.
The basic Model Y has a maximum speed of 135 mph and a cargo volume of 76 cubic feet.
The standard version of the electric Subaru Solterra starts at $44,995.
It has a 72.8 kWh battery capacity and a range of up to 228 miles.
Subaru says it has a fast-charge feature that offers up to 80% capacity in about an hour.
It also offers an 8-inch multimedia screen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Ford had a few EVs on show, including its five-seat, electric Mustang Mach-E.
The Mach-E starts from $42,995 for the basic model and has an EPA-estimated range of 250 miles, per Ford.
It features wireless phone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Ford's second EV is the All-Electric Explorer, which arrives next summer.
The SUV can go from 10% to 80% charge in just 25 minutes, Ford says.
Toyota sells two versions of the bZ4X EV. The XLE edition costs $42,000, while the Limited edition is $46,700.
Both have all-wheel drive and estimated ranges of more than 240 miles.
Other EVs on display such as the Addax MTN are aimed at tasks such as last-mile delivery.
Addax says its EVs can be used for last-mile delivery, postal services, and warehouse management.
The MTN and slightly longer MTX variant have a sustainably produced battery that is both fireproof and fully recyclable, per Addax.
DAF's 12-tonne XB electric truck made its debut at the London show.
The trucks have 210kWh batteries and a range of up to 200 km (124 miles), DAF says.
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