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  1. The following products are available through local vendors that are registered on the Green Technology Selector.
  2. Porsche Taycan 4S

    The 4S is the 490-horsepower (571 hp with launch control) midgrade Taycan, sitting between the recently released 321-hp rear-drive base model and the teleportation-esque 616-hp Turbo. Offering 650Nm of torque, the all-wheel-drive 4S relies on a smaller inverter with the same motor as the Turbo up front, as well as a smaller motor out back.
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    490.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    93.4 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  3. BMW i3

    The BMW i3 is a B-segment, high-roof hatchback manufactured and marketed by BMW with an electric powertrain using rear wheel drive via a single-speed transmission and an underfloor Li-ion battery pack and an optional range-extending petrol engine.
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    170.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    42.2 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  4. There are more products that fulfill technical criteria for your country available through vendors from abroad.
  5. NISSAN LEAF Acenta 40 kWh

    Nissan Leaf is among the forerunners of the electric car segment. Its current installment debuted in 2017 and is one of the most popular "electrics" in Poland. Compared to its predecessor, the described model stands out with a more subdued design and a noticeably longer range. Additional advantages are the modern driver support systems, spacious interior and a spacious trunk.
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    147.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    40.0 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  6. BMW i3 120 Ah

    Full potential right from the start: the BMW eDrive electric drive system offers maximum torque right from the start. The BMW i3 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.3 seconds - without changing gear or interrupting the transmission. The BMW i3 not only drives in a very environmentally-friendly manner, it is also extremely dynamic and agile. The accelerator pedal also acts as the brake: when you take your foot off the accelerator, kinetic energy is recaptured and the car brakes.
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    170.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    42.2 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  7. Volvo S60 T8 2020

    The S60 sedan is built, like its V60 wagon sibling and like the 90 Series car/wagon duo, on Volvo’s Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) modular platform. New for 2020 you’ll find in it a 12.3-inch touchscreen, previously an option but now standard across the range. Steering collision avoidance system is now included as well. In this T8 version, the plug-in hybrid variant of the sedan, the battery pack is now larger at 11.6 kWh. Safety Volvo, long the perceived standard-setter in the car industry for safety, has made much of its desire to reduce if not eliminate the injuries and deaths resulting from crashes involving its vehicles. Thus it’s no surprise that the 2020 S60 T8 comes standard with a host of safety systems, namely adaptive cruise control, pilot assist with navigation, collision mitigation support, lane keeping aid, blind spot information system with cross traffic alert, 360-degree camera, park assist pilot, and road sign information systems. My usual test for assessing the looks of a car – beauty being so utterly subjective, after all - is to measure how often I find myself drifting to the front windows of my house to check out the car parked in front, during the week I have it. With the S60, I did that a lot.
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    Type of vehicle
    Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    303.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    11.6 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric, petrol
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    46.0 g CO2/km
  8. e-tron 55 quattro

    e-tron 55 quattro
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    408.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    300.0 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  9. ENYAQ iV 80 (82 kWh gross)

    Model year 2021
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    95.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    82.0 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  10. ENYAQ iV 60 (62 kWh gross)

    Model year 2021
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    Type of vehicle
    Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    95.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    62.0 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    0.0 g CO2/km
  11. Type of vehicle
    Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    156.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    13.0 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric, petrol
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    37.0 g CO2/km
  12. Type of vehicle
    Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    150.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    13.0 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric, petrol
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    34.0 g CO2/km
  13. BMW 530e iPerformance

    Model year 2017-2019
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    Type of vehicle
    Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    252.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    9.2 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric, petrol
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    44.0 g CO2/km
  14. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

    It's a crossover with 4x4 off-road capabilities that uses both electric and gas power.
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    Type of vehicle
    Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)
    Vehicle category
    passenger car
    Brake horsepower
    119.0 BHP
    Battery capacity
    13.8 kWh
    Source of energy / fuel
    electric, petrol
    Tailpipe CO2 emissions
    43.0 g CO2/km
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