Tesla Motors Roadster - 80,900

The US-based automaker Tesla Motors showcased its all-electric vehicle that is available for around €80,900, or €75,000 after US federal tax credit for electric vehicles.

The 1.5 Roadster accelerates from 0 to 100km in 3.9 seconds, while the 2.0 Roadster rockets from a standstill to 100km in 3.7 seconds.

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors said the automaker will roll out up to 1,000 electric sports cars per year.

Tesla Motors sedan - 42,600

Starting 2012, Tesla will produce the sedan S that can go 480 km on an electrical charge. The battery recharge lasts no more than 45 minutes.

Tesla sedan has a base purchase price of €42,600 or €37,000 after federal tax credit for electric vehicles.

The electric sedan accelerates from 0 to 100km in 5.6 seconds.

Mitsubishi i-MIEV - 32,000

Mitsubishi cut its all-electric iMIEV car’s price from €37,000 to €32,000, after Nissan had announced the price of i-MIEVs’s rival Leaf.

After the €9,000 tax credit for electric vehicles, i-MIEV will cost around €23,000.

Mitsubishi i-MIEV, the first mass-produced electric vehicle in Europe, puts out 64HP.

The electric car is powered by a lithium-ion battery that consists of 22 models, each consisting of four cells, that can be installed either a vertical or transverse position under the i-MIEV’s floor.

The car can go up to 160 km on one charge.

Nissan Leaf - 30,100

Nissan Leaf, the automaker’s first all-electric vehicle will cost around €30,100 in Japan, or €24,000 after tax credits for electric vehicles, according to independent.co.uk.

The automaker set a sales target of 6,000 cars in the first year in Japan. Japanese customers will be able to pre-order Nissan’s EV, and deliveries will begin in December.

At the end of the year, Leaf will be on sale in Europe and US. The price tag for the US market is €24,450 , or €18,856 after tax credits.

The midsize five-seats car will be powered by a lithium battery that allows the car to run 160km on one charge.

The electric car puts out 170HP. The maximum speed is 140 km/h.

The charge time with a home charger is about eight hours or 30 minutes at the fast-charging stations.

Renault Twizy 5,000

Renault Twizy, the smallest electric vehicle of the automaker will be unveiled at the showroom in the second half 2011. The car will have a base purchase price of €5,000, according to deputy CEO of Renault, Odile Desforges, quoted by elmundo.es.

Renault Twizy is a two-seats city car derived from the namesake concept presented in 2009.

According to Renault officials, the Twizy will be manufactured in Spain at Valladolid plant.

Twizy’s batteries will put out 20 horsepower, that will allow the car to run 100km on a single charge. The charge time is 3 hours, and the maximum speed is 75km/h.

Twizy measures 2.30 m in length and 1.13 m in width. The car weighs 420km.

The automaker said it plans to launch 4 new electric cars by the end of 2011. Two of these will be manufactured in France, at Flins si Maubeuge plant, and the other two in Valladolid Spain and Bursa Turkey.