World Car Awards – Best electric cars on the market revealed…and here is how much they can cost YOU

THE world's best electric cars on the market have been revealed.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E, costing from £42,530, is among the favourites to top eco-friendly motors at the World Car Awards this year.

The Stang covers up to 379 miles on just one charge and can go from 0-62mph in 3.7 seconds.

It also has DC high-power charging, meaning drivers can recharge 79 miles in just 10 minutes at a high-power charging station.

The Mustang will be up against the Hyundai Ioniq 5, from £37,365,the Audi e-tron GT, the BMW iX from £69,905 and Mercedes-Benz EQS from £99,995 in the World Electric Vehicle of the Year category.

The award, in its debut year, aims to to recognise, support and celebrate the global transition to electrically-powered vehicles.

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Among the judges feasting their eyes on the marvelous machines is The Sun's Motors Editor Rob Gill.

Daniel Schillaci,CEO of the competition's partner Brembo,said: "Our vision for ‘Turning Energy into Inspiration’ that has enabled us to deliver technological breakthrough and sustainable solutions.

"We feel privileged to play a part in recognising the world's most exceptional cars, especially the World Electric Vehicle of the Year Award."

The electric Kia EV6 isthought to be a strong contender for the World Car of the Year category.

Costing from £40,945, it can cover up to 328 miles in a single charge.

Winner of the category will be selected from the following Top Ten finalists chosen from an initial list of 28 contenders.

The 2022 World Car of the Year top 10 finalists –
Audi Q4 e-tron – from £41, 825
– Cupra Formentor – from £28,895
– Ford Mustang Mach-E – from £42,530
– Genesis G70 – from £35,250
– Honda Civic – from £22,590
– Hyundai Ioniq 5 – from £36,995
– Hyundai Tucson – from, £21,641
– Kia EV6 – from £40,945
– Lexus NX – from £34,549
– Toyota GR86 / Subaru BRZ – from £29,000/ £30,060

The 2022 World Urban Car will be chosen from these top five finalists:

– Dacia Sandero – from £7,170

– Opel Mokka – from £19,805

– Renault Kiger

– Toyota Yaris Cross – from £26,425

– Volkswagen Taigun – from £21,960

The 2022 World Luxury Car class has the following top five finalists:

– Audi Q5 Sportback – from £44,145

– BMW iX – £69,905

– Genesis GV70 – from £39,450

– Mercedes-Benz EQS – £99,995

– Volvo C40 Recharge – from £57,400

The 2022 World Performance Car top five finalists are:

– Audi e-tron GT – £79,900

– BMW M3/M4 – from £79,015/£78,315

– Porsche 911 GT3 – from £131,530

– Toyota GR86 / Subaru BRZ – from £29,000/ £30,060

– Volkswagen Golf GTI/R – from £39,270

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