Whilst we recommend speaking to your dealer or consulting your vehicle handbook, a few of the more popular electric vehicles are listed below with their battery capacity.
Bear in mind that these figures are battery capacity, so these are approximately the amount of kWh that would be used if charging your car from completely flat.
Renault Zoe (October 2016 onwards): 41kWh
Renault Zoe (Pre 2016): 22kWh
BMW i3 (2017): 33kWh
BMW i3 (Pre-2017): 22kWh
Nissan Leaf: 24kWh-30kWh depending on model
Tesla Model S: 65-100kWh depending on model
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV: 12kWh