There are an increasing number of pure electric cars on London’s road. A full saloon is Tesla Model 3. Tesla is a American company, based in California.
There’s a useful review by the Sunday Times newspaper here.
Of course the car’s batteries need regularly recharging. From a supercharge Tesla station this can be as brief as 20 minutes for 200 miles, 1 hour for a full battery – and the electricity is provided free for life! There are plenty of recharge stations – see map here. In West London there’s a recharge station at Westfields, Shepherds Bush, as below. And also at Brent Cross.
Let’s remember that the car is named after genius inventor Nikola Tesla [1856-1943], an American, born in Croatia to Serbian parents. He won the case for the transmission of electricity by Alternating Current [‘AC’], compared to Thomas Edison’s inferior Direct Current [‘DC’]. The world uses AC still. We should appreciate him more.