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7-Seater Electric Vehicles

Seven-seater vehicles are becoming more and more popular as time goes on. Families are getting bigger and the need for more interior vehicle space is getting stronger.

As people are taking on more outdoor hobbies, there is also an additional need for a larger vehicle that can accommodate this equipment as well as allowing the occupants to travel comfortably.

Seven-seater vehicles are now much more stylish than they ever have been before, looking just as discrete as a standard 5-seater SUV.

Combined with the need for more space, there’s also a need for a much more economical mode of transport in the form of an electric vehicle.

7-seater electric vehicles are a great way to travel together with the whole family as efficiently as possible. Whether you opt for an all-electric model or a plug-in hybrid option that offers extended driving range and eliminates range anxiety, electric vehicles are far more economical and cheaper to run, particularly in busy city environments.

BMW X7 Hybrid

The BMW X7 offers a premium style design inside and outside, including optional Ivory White leather trim upholstery, a panoramic glass sunroof and ambient lighting to create a relaxing environment.

The cockpit is incredibly intuitive, with two high-quality displays, including one 12.3” Control Display and a fully digital 12.3” instrument display.

There’s no shortage of technology features as standard, from Parking Assistant Plus which features a reversing camera to make parking a breeze to Gesture Control which allows you to use hand movements to control some of the functions of your car.

Citroen e-Berlingo

The Citroen e-Berlingo is available as a seven-seater model, designed for everyone to travel together in a practical and reliable MPV.

With 775 litres of boot volume, the e-Berlingo not only has plenty of room for the occupants, but it also has ample room for luggage and hobby equipment. If you don’t need the full 7 seats, you can extend the boot space to 3,500 litres, meaning you can even transport larger items when required.

If you have an outdoor hobby such as cycling or kayaking, the e-Berlingo would have no problem accommodating this equipment.

The e-Berlingo offers exceptional modularity, offering space for everything, including a rear parcel shelf that can be positioned in two places; intermediary and high. There’s also plenty of storage options throughout the interior to keep everything out of sight as well as keeping the cabin area tidy.

As with other Citroen models, there’s a wide range of driver assistance features, including Active Safety Brake, Collision Risk Alert and Extended Traffic Sign Detection.

Ford Galaxy

The Ford Galaxy people carrier is built for families who want to travel in style and luxury. There’s also 3 ISOFIX attachments on the second row to make positioning children’s car seats quick and easy, providing the maximum level of safety possible.

As well as the economical 2.5 litre engine, there’s also Auto-Start-Stop technology that preserves fuel, especially during busier times when traffic is likely to be slow moving.

You can control your car from your fingertips using the FordPass app that connects to your Ford Galaxy, offering real time traffic updates and updates on the health of your vehicle.

The multi-contour seating is available for the front passenger and driver, offering full back support as well as a massage.

Hyundai Santa Fe Hybrid

The Hyundai Santa Fe is a refined and stylish seven-seater SUV that is designed to offer a comfortable and enjoyable driving experience.

The 10.25” floating centre console sits neatly and elegantly in view of the driver, which allows the driver to control certain functions including the radio and telephone.

Sitting behind the steering wheel is an intuitive digital cluster that is shown on a 12.3” display, providing details of your driving style and vehicle health.

There’s also a wireless charging pad located in the centre console so you can arrive at your destination fully connected.

There’s a button located on the second row that allows you to access the third row of seats easily, especially when your hands are full.

Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid

The Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid is built for those family adventures whilst also offering efficient and economical driving in city environments.

The Plug-in Hybrid technology works by offering all electric driving on a short range, making it ideal for local journeys, but I you need to make much longer journeys, the T-GDi engine can be utilised, so there’s no range anxiety.

There’s plenty of convenient features, including a Smart Power Tailgate, which is designed to offer easy access to the boot with just a one move of your foot (Sorento 3 upward) and walk-in-and-slide seat button to allow easy access to the third row of seats.

Sorento 3 models and upward have wireless phone charging as standard, meaning you have less cables trailing across the centre console. The all-new Sorento 4 features a sliding panoramic sunroof which brings in plenty of natural light, providing a more atmospheric feel for the occupants.

For safety, the head up display projects the driving information onto the windscreen, allowing the driver to keep their eyes firmly on the road ahead.

Lexus RX

If you enjoy driving luxury SUVs, the Lexus RX has a wide range of stylish features to make travelling comfortable and enjoyable, from a large 12.3” touchscreen, smartphone integration and a wide head up display.

There’s also a wide range of audio and communication features, including Bluetooth Connectivity, Lexus Premium Navigation and DAB Radio.

On certain model trims, you can take advantage of leather front seats with motorsport-inspired technology for exceptional comfort. The driver can select the M mode and enjoy the manual shifts with the paddles behind the steering wheel, so you can make shifts without taking your hands off the steering wheel.

The design of the Lexus RX is both sleek and stylish, so it fits into almost any environment, including city centres.

The hybrid technology offers economical and efficient driving during short journeys and the petrol reserve for longer journeys, meaning there’s no range anxiety. The regenerative braking system will also help you recover even more energy.

Mercedes Benz EQB

The Mercedes Benz EQB offers a generous amount of space so passengers can all travel comfortably and with plenty of leg room.

The cabin area is stylish and intuitive, with a multifunctional leather sports steering wheel that connects you with the vehicle, allowing you to control the functions of your car, without taking your hands off the wheel.

The ambient lighting is designed to provide an enjoyable atmosphere for the occupants, with 64 colours to choose from.

The comfort seats, which are available in a choice of upholstery variants and even optional multi-contour seats, are designed to protect your posture.

For added safety, there’s a reversing camera as standard, which allows you to park in a tight spot safely, without damaging your car or colliding with a pedestrian.

Toyota Prius+

The Toyota Prius+ has configurable seating, so you can easily transport large or awkward sized items by folding down some of the seats when not in use.

With the cars information displayed in the instrument panel located in the centre console, the driver can keep their eyes firmly ahead whilst gathering the information they need.

As standard with the Toyota Prius+ is Toyota Safety Sense which combines a radar and camera to detect hazards around your vehicle.

You can also navigate your route to ensure you arrive at your destination stress free and by avoiding traffic.

Volvo XC90 Recharge

If you want to travel in luxury, the Volvo XC90 Recharge is packed with comfort features, including a panoramic sunroof and Tailored Wool Blend upholstery seating.

For a hands-free drive, Google Assistant allows you to request directions, enjoy entertainment and call friends and family using the voice technology.

There’s best in class navigation from Google Maps, which offers real-time traffic updates and re-routing so you arrive at your destination stress-free.

The head-up display projects driving data onto the windscreen, so you don’t need to deviate your eyes from the line of sight.

If you regularly make longer journeys, there’s a Bowers and Wilkins high-fidelity audio system with 19 precisely tuned high-fi speakers that offer exceptional sound quality.

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