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Total cash price £17,599. Borrowing £14,079 with a £3,520 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.

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Electric estate FAQs

By far, the most common electric estate car you'll find on sale in the UK is the MG5. This compact-yet-practical plug-in returns excellent range figures for its price and comes loaded with options – adaptive cruise control, a reversing camera and automatic emergency braking all come as standard.

Another electric estate you might spot in the UK is the Porsche Taycan. This super-fast luxury EV comes in a practical estate/shooting-brake body style, with your choice of either the Cross Turismo model with chunky off-road styling, or the road-focused Sport Turismo. All versions are fast, but the range-topping Turbo S version can embarrass some multi-million-pound supercars in a drag race.

You might've noticed that, between the MG and the Porsche, there's not a lot of choice in the electric estate market at the moment. The good news, however, is that we expect electric estate versions of the Peugeot 308 SW, Vauxhall Astra and BMW 5 Series to go on sale soon, with Volkswagen and Audi following shortly afterwards.

Right now, the fastest electric estate is the Porsche Taycan in either Cross Turismo or Sport Turismo form. In top-spec Sport Turismo Turbo S form, the Taycan will blast from 0-62mph in less than three seconds – faster than most serious supercars. It's not just quick in a straight line, either – enormous tyres, clever suspension and four-wheel drive means you can go absurdly fast around corners.

Compared to the mighty Porsche, the humble MG5 isn't remotely in the same league when it comes to performance. However, this practical, affordable electric estate still holds its own in the traffic light grand prix. You won't be troubling any Italian exotics, but hot hatches might get a surprise if you pin it when the lights go green.