Today on the blog we’re looking into which electric vehicles are coming to Australia in 2024, and what they can provide for the people of the Sunshine Coast.
At Cricks, we’re big on electric vehicles, and we want to share with our customers which electric vehicles are coming to Australia in the back end of 2023 and 2024.
Let’s start with 2023, as we still have a few months left to see some all-new electric vehicles enter the country!
Officially slated for an October release date in Australia, KIA’s all-new 7-seater electric vehicle is ready to make a big splash in the electric vehicle market.
With wireless Apple Car Play & Android Auto, two rows of massage seats, additional child seat safety features, privacy blinds, powered tailgate, over 300l of boot space, all-new KIA infotainment systems, and much more the all-new KIA EV9 is soon to hit our shores.
The all-new Subaru Solterra is due to hit our shores very late in 2023 when pre-orders for this vehicle officially open, with delivery times hanging around early-mid 2024 depending on international shipping.
That won’t stop us from discussing the all-new Subaru Solterra, however, as there’s much to look forward to for our Sunshine Coast customers inside this vehicle!
Billed as a true SUV experience for Subaru & SUV lovers alike, the all-new Solterra features x-mode to ensure maximum grip and advanced power distribution to the tyres.
That was the major highlights for 2023, but we still have electric vehicles coming to Australia in 2024 to discuss.
Renault Megane E-Tech
The first car on our electric vehicle list today that features a comparable petrol vehicle, the Renault Megane has taken many forms in Australia since it first arrived many years ago.
Now, however, the all-new Renault Megane will release as a purely electric vehicle in Australia, after first landing in Europe in 2022.
With an estimated range of around 350km, this all-new Renault Megane E-Tech provides the luxury and brilliance of an all-new Renault, with the winding roads and adventure lowers of the Sunshine Coast.
We’ve previously discussed the upcoming release of the all-electric Skoda Enyaq, which you can learn more about HERE, but it’s important to remind our customers who may be interested in this vehicle that the release date is still set for 2024.
The all-new Skoda Enyaq has been taking the world by storm since it first debuted in Europe, and now this beauty makes its way to Australian shores.
With all of the technical marvel to match the flashiest new models, the Skoda Enyaq is the perfect mid-sized sedan with plenty of bells and whistles for lovers of a refined driving experience.
A first in the Jeep range, the all-new Jeep Avenger EV is set to make its debut in Australia in 2024.
A sporty mid-sized take on a Jeep classic, the all-new electric Jeep Avenger will have something for everyone at every corner of the coast.
It provides large interior storage space, two 10-inch screens accompanied by physical buttons on the dashboard, standard wireless Apple Car Play & Android Auto, and plenty of interior features teased by Jeep that we are yet to fully uncover.
An all-new fully electric Nissan has been in the works for some time, and it looks like that is finally set to be resolved in 2024 as the all-new Nissan Ariya makes its way to our shores.
After years of having access to the Nissan Leaf, Australia finally gets it's second all-electric Nissan.
This all-electric SUV is currently available in other parts of the world, so we do have an idea of what to expect from this brand-new car coming to Australia.
With 5 seats, and that familiar all-new Nissan look with an electric twist, the all-new Aria will provide a great ride for our customers with young families.
That’s our list for a very strong upcoming 12 months of electric vehicles, but there’s always more being announced every single month.