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Best electric cars 2017: Toyota, Tesla and more

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Battery technology has evolved to the point where drivers no longer need to recharge their vehicles after short journeys.

What's more, the government will give buyers up to £4,500 towards a new electric vehicle.

The only differences drivers will notice are the “voltaic clicks and hums” when the vehicle starts up.

Deliveries are expected to take place early next year for those who pre-ordered the car shortly after it was revealed last May.

This gets buyers a 220-mile-per-charge battery pack and a 0-60mph time of 5.6secs, says Top Gear.

Underneath the sleek skin of the I-Pace sit two electric motors perched on the front and rear axles.

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