Electric PCO car hire
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Our electric PCO cars are suitable for the following platforms

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Hello, zero emissions and goodbye Congestion Charge!

By going green you can start saving today

To help reduce emissions we've expanded our fleet to include fully electric (EV) models available on our Rent to buy plan. We provide you with a PCO-approved electric car with all the essentials, so you can get on the road fast. You can also take advantage of incentives from rideshare providers such as Bolt and Uber to reduce the cost of owning a car through Splend.

What’s included
in your weekly plan?

  • Your PCO-approved electric car
  • 26-week minimum contract
  • Personal account manager
  • Advanced driver training
  • Insurance and accident claims
  • Servicing, maintenance, repairs
  • Car tax, MOT test, PHV licence
  • 24/7 roadside assistance
  • Member Support Centre access
  • Community events
  • Exclusive member discounts
  • Replacement car after an accident*

* Subject to availability

Hyunday Ioniq Electric PCO car

Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium

Locations: London

From £259 per week

Battery capacity: 38.3 kWh
Range: 193 miles
The Ioniq Electric charges from 0 to 80% in 57 minutes using a 50 kW DC charger. It has 10.25″ widescreen navigation, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, 7 airbags and a 5-star safety rating.

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MG 5 EV PCO car


Locations: London

From £259 per week

Battery capacity: 52.5kWh
Range: 276 miles
The MG 5 has plenty of luggage space with a 578-litre boot, and an 80% battery charge in just 50 minutes on a CCS rapid charger. It comes with an 8″ touchscreen, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay.

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MG ZS EV for PCO car hire


Locations: London

Coming soon

Battery capacity: 44.5 kWh
Range: 163 miles
The MG ZS has a 488-litre boot, an 8″ touchscreen infotainment system, it charges to 80% in 40 minutes, and has all the latest tech you’ll ever need on the road.

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Hyundai Kona Electric

Locations: London

Coming soon

Battery capacity: 64 kWh
Range: 300 miles

The Kona Electric takes just 47 minutes to charge from 0 to 80% at a 100 kW DC charger. It has 334 litres of boot capacity with the rear seats in place, features a 7″ widescreen in the centre console, and premium sound.

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Nissan Leaf E+ N-CONNECTA

Locations: London

Coming soon

Battery capacity: 62 kWh
Range: 239 miles

With a 435-litre boot and a 0-62 time of less than 7 seconds, the Leaf is as zippy as it is practical. Its compact size and the latest on-board tech make it ideal for the big city lifestyle.

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Kia e-Niro 3

Locations: London

Coming soon

Battery capacity: 64 kWh
Range: 282 miles

With the 10.25″ touchscreen in the front and 451 litres of luggage space in the back, you’re literally in charge of your on-demand career with the e-Niro. The smart key, reversing camera, and Apple CarPlay & Android Auto elevate the premium feeling further.

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Why go electric
H beyond zero emissions

Save on fuel & running costs

Driving an electric car for Uber, Bolt or any rideshare company means you’ll no longer need to fill up the tank. It is estimated that if you drive 700 miles per week, an electric vehicle could save you £30 per week compared to a petrol hybrid.

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Rideshare platforms such as Bolt and Uber offer incentives to EV drivers to help them upgrade to a sustainable ride. Speak to our team to find if you’re eligible for these incentives and how they work.

No ULEZ or Congestion Charge

If you drive an EV car, you’ll be able to save money from day one being exempt from the £15 daily Congestion Charge in Central London. That’s a possible weekly saving of up to £105!

EV myths busted – 9 things you got wrong about electric cars for Uber

Can you use an electric car for Uber?

There are lots of misconceptions around EV technology, suggesting that electric cars aren’t good for Uber driving. We looked into nine of the most common urban legends to see what’s what and clear things up.

What do members say?