The Goodwood Festival of Speed will be showcasing an exciting array of innovative electric vehicles, demonstrating the future of power, style, and sustainable engineering.
Goodwood Festival of Speed presents a stunning lineup of cutting-edge electric vehicles.
From BMW to Hyundai, witness power, style, and eco-conscious engineering in action.
This weekend at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, a thrilling showcase awaits as the world gets a glimpse of the latest and most innovative electric vehicles hitting the roads. From the elegant 2024 BMW i5 to the fierce Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, these cutting-edge cars combine power, style, and eco-conscious engineering. Unleashing their electric prowess, they promise to redefine the driving experience and elevate our expectations of what the future holds.
AIM EV Sport 01
The AIM EV Sport 01 is an all-electric sports car concept that was first unveiled in April in Japan. It was well received, which motivated AIM to explore a potential limited series production run. The two-seat coupe has a curb weight of just 3,141 pounds (1,425 kilograms) and is powered by two APM200 motors producing a combined 483 horsepower (360 kilowatts) and a maximum torque of 545 pound-feet.
2024 BMW i5
The 2024 BMW i5 is an all-electric mid-size sedan that will fill the gap between the i4 and the extra-premium i7 flagship. It is expected to blend driving pleasure with upscale creature comforts. Two powertrains are coming, starting with a rear-drive eDrive40 model with 335 horsepower. The dual-motor M60 xDrive boosts horsepower to a stout 590 ponies and provides all-wheel-drive traction.
Mustang Mach-E “Offroad”
Ford of Europe has teased a rugged, off-road capable Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV ahead of a full reveal on Friday. The teaser suggests a sporty off-road Mach-E with off-road tires and a unique grille.
2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N
The 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is an all-electric high-performance addition to the Ioniq 5 lineup. It is expected to have a dual-motor configuration with an output of roughly 600 horsepower and features such as a large rear diffuser, larger wheels, big brakes, and wider fenders.
MG EX4 EV
The MG EX4 is based on the new MG 4 XPower hot hatch, utilizing the 429bhp dual-motor electric powertrain that allows the road-going version to dispatch the 0-62mph sprint in 3.8sec. It is MG’s tribute to the iconic Metro 6R4 rally car.
McMurtry Speirling Pure
The McMurtry Speirling Pure is the track-only production version of the electric car that shattered the Goodwood hillclimb record last year. It packs an astounding 1,000 horsepower in a car that weighs less than 2,200 pounds. It is focused on multi-lap runs on full-race circuits with fast charge turnaround.
Pininfarina Battista Nino Farina Edizione
The Pininfarina Battista is an electric performance car manufactured by Automobili Pininfarina GmbH. It has a powerful 120kWh battery and four motors sending power to each individual wheel, producing extreme performance and yet zero emissions. It sets a new performance benchmark in the world of hypercars. A limited-edition Nino Farina edition is being showcased for the first time at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Porsche Mission X
The Porsche Mission X represents a visionary look into the future of the hypercar. It is a spectacular reinterpretation of a lightweight hypercar with Le-Mans-style doors and high-performance electric drive. It is Porsche’s vision of the fastest road-legal vehicle on the Nürburgring’s famous Nordschleife loop, based on its 1:1 power/weight ratio, high-performance electric drive, and extreme downforce values.