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UK’s Leading Supplier of Electric Vehicle Charging Cables for Volvo, Nissan, BMW, and all leading electric car manufacturers.

EV Cable Shop supply a wide range of EV (Electric Vehicle) charging products for use with residential and commercial charging stations. We offer both type 1 and type 2 car charging cables that are common with UK car brands including BMWNissanMercedesVolvo, and Volkswagen.

Why choose the EV Cable Shop:

The market share for electric cars continues to grow year on year, with electric cars becoming a cost-effective and eco-friendly method of transport. It is advised by major car retailers and manufactures to own at least two EV Charging Cables suitable for your vehicle.

We understand how important it is to look after both your electric car charging station as well as your electric car. So, our primary goal is to provide you the safest, highest quality cables at the most competitive prices possible. We also understand how important it is to get your EV cable and charging accessories to you as fast as possible, which is why we offer Free Next Working Day Delivery.



Tesla Model 3 Charging Cable


Type 1 to Type 2 Charging Cable


Mitsubishi Outlander Charging Cable


Volvo XC90 T8 EV Charging Cable


Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable


Renault Zoe Charging Cable


Nissan Leaf Charging Cable


BMW i3/i3s 120 Ah Charging Cable


EV cable is the charging cable that will be used to charge the Electric Vehicle. Every electric vehicle comes with a set of charging cables. The cable has a 3-pin plug at one end for domestic plugs and at the other end, there’s the correct plug according to the requirement of the Electric Car.

However, for charging at public charge-points, another cable will be required with an appropriate plug; often companies provide both sets of cables with their electric car, but in case there’s a single domestic cable, the owner can buy the cable for public charging-points from the manufacturer or third-party retailer.

If you struggling to reach your car from your charging station, it might be an issue with the length of the cable. Generally, car manufacturers will supply you with a standard 5m EV charging cable, for some users this might be suitable but others might not be enough. With the increasing number of electric cars on the road, even though charging stations are becoming more popular you may need a longer EV cable.

There is no universal plug or socket for all-electric vehicles and they vary with the manufacturer and charging standards of the vehicle. Usually, there are two types of sockets on the vehicle-side; Type 1 and Type 2.

Type 1 charging cable is mainly the standard of Asian, American and Japanese car models whereas in Europe Type 2 inlet is the standard. Type 1 cables come with single-phase plugs that allow up to 7.4 kW (230 V, 32 A) charging power levels. Most popular electric cars with a type 1 connector are Mitsubishi Outlander Charging Cable, Fiat 500e Charging Cable,  Mitsubishi-I MiEV Charging Cable and Citroen C-Zero EV Charging Cable. 

Whereas Type 2 charging cables have triple-phase plugs that offer up to 22kW charging power levels. Public charging stations in Europe are mostly equipped with Type 2 sockets and allow up to 43 kW (400 V, 63 A) of charging power levels. Type 2 Charging Cables are slightly more common in the UK, but the most popular type 2 charging cables include Volvo XC90 T8 EV Charging CableBMW 330e Charging Cable, Range Rover Sport Phev Charging Cable, BMW i3 Charging Cable, Kia Optima Phev EV Charging Cable, Nissan Leaf Charging Cable and Jaguar Ipace Charging Cable. 

Here at EV Cable Shop, we always recommend you purchase an electric charging cable slightly longer then you require. This could be useful in a few different ways, one of the public charging stations is further away you will easily be able to reach it from the next EV charging bay. Secondly, if it becomes a stretch to reach the car from the charging station, it means the EV cable will be hanging off the ground and pulling from end to end. This could damage both the connectors on the car and the charging station, whilst also becoming a tripping hazard to passers-by. As you’ve probably guessed if someone does trip on the EV cable this will strain the connectors even further. Although there are a couple of disadvantages to purchasing a longer cable. Price, more materials, unfortunately, means more cost although in the scale of things paying if it also you to charge your car on more occasions and saves you the occasional headache it could be worthwhile. Secondly the longer the cable is, the heavier it weighs and often becomes more difficult to move although we do supply a free carry case with every order you still have to get the cable into the bag and pick it up.

We can supply our electric car charging cables to contractors or individuals, so if you would like help choosing the perfect solutions for you please call or email EV Cable Shop today: sales@evcableshop.co.uk. Our staff are always on hand to help.

If you are lucky enough to be the owner of an electric car, you might be wondering why you should purchase a sperate EV charging cable but there are many occasions this purchase may become extremely useful.

  1. If you have an electric car charging cable stolen? As the EV cables are not locked to your car or charging station they are seen as an easy target for thieves. If you think about it electric cars can sometimes take 3-9 hours to charge and are often left overnight. If you do this you are then leaving outside an electric car charging cable that is worth anything from £120-£1,000. This can easily be detached from both sides and stolen. As EV charging cables become more and more common these could likely be resold online but if you have only got the EV cable from the car manufacturer this is worth £600-£800, I would prefer not to leave a product like of this value at the front of my house overnight.
  2. If you have an EV cable that has broken, as with anything electrical there is natural wear and tear with this product. If the EV cable is left outside the sliver connectors can get wet. The cable is often running over or even parked on to prevent it from being stolen. If you don’t have a backup EV charging cable, you run the risk of not being able to charge your car until the next delivery arrives. This could be 2-3 days depending on the day you order your EV charging cable. It is advised you always carry or own a back up to prevent getting stuck without a cable.
  3. To save excess when returning your car to the manufacturer. Many car manufacturers will rightly provide you with an EV cable when you purchase your car. The problem with this is if the cable is not in perfect condition when you hand the car back then you can be charging the full value of the cable from the car garage. To avoid these additional expenses, you can choose to use one of our cables and hand the car manufacturer cable back in pristine condition.
  4. When you have bought a used car that hasn’t come with an EV charging cable. Now electric cars are becoming more and more common, it is highly likely that you will buy a used electric car in the next 10 years. If you purchase an electric car without an EV Charging Cable you will have to purchase your own.
  5. To cover you if you run out whilst on the road. Unfortunately, as I am sure you are aware of the issue with electric cars is that if you have a long drive, you may need to charge your car on the road. If only have a tethered cable and a charging station at home, you cannot take these with you. Therefore it is advised that if travel long distances you should carry an EV charging cable, so you can charge your car at the service station or when you stop at your destination.

Here at EV Cable Shop, we understand selecting the perfect cable for your vehicle can be confusing that is why we offer a generous returns policy allowing you to return and exchange your cable free of charge.

Minimize your EV’s charging time thanks to our comprehensive product range, expert advice or take a look at our Guide to choose the perfect EV Charging Cable.

There is no definitive answer to this, it will purely depend on the vehicle manufacturer and what charging method they decide to supply with a new car. Most electric car manufacturers will provide some sort of EV charging method but to have the flexibility to charge your car at home, at work, or in public it’s more than likely you will need to purchase an alternative charging cable. 

It’s more than likely that you will be supplied with a 3-pin EV charging cable but these will only charge your vehicle at low speeds. If you are using a 3 pin charger these will plug straight into a standard wall socket but they will only charge at 2.3 kW meaning your car will take much longer top charge:

For example, see below the Tesla Model 3 time to charge at different speeds:

Type Capacity Time to charge
3 Pin Charger 2.3 kW 24h00m
1-Phase, 16A 3.7 kW 14h45m
1-Phase, 32A 7.4 kW 7h20m
3-Phase, 16A 11 kW 5h00m
3-Phase, 32A 22 kW 3h45m

  This means using the 3 Pin charger, your Tesla would charge in 24hrs compared to using a 3 Phase 32amp cable charging in 3hrs 45 minutes. 

 For this reason, many electric car owners have decided to install there own smart home EV chargers for this you will also need to purchase the correct EV cable. Below is a chart showing a list of electric cars, and if they are supplied with a charging cable or 3 pin charger: 


Electric Car Model Type 1/2 Charging Cable 3 Pin Charger:
Audi e-tron Yes Yes
Audi A3 e-tron Yes Yes
Audi Q7 e-tron Yes Yes
BMW i3 Yes Yes
BMW 330e Yes Yes
Hyundai Ioniq No Yes
Hyundai Kona Yes Yes
Jaguar I-PACE Yes Yes
Kia e-Niro Yes Yes
Mercedes C-Class plug-in hybrid No Yes
Mercedes EQC Yes Yes
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Yes Yes
Nissan Leaf Yes
Renault Zoe Yes No
Tesla Model 3 Yes Yes
Tesla Model S Yes Yes
Tesla Model X Yes Yes
Vauxhall Corsa-e Yes Yes
Volkswagen e-Golf Yes Yes

After you have chosen the type of cable you need, you then need to decide on the amps, you have got the following to choose between: 

  • 16amp, single-phase charging cable (Type 1 or Type 2)
  • 32amp, single-phase charging cable (Type 1 or Type 2)
  • 16amp, three-phase charging cable (Type 2 only)
  • 32amp, three-phase charging cable (Type 2 only)

These EV Charging Cables are capable of charging at different rates, meaning it will recharge your electric car at different speeds: 

  • 16amp, single-phase charging cable – 3.7kw
  • 32amp, single-phase charging cable – 7.2kw
  • 16amp, three-phase charging cable – 11kw
  • 32amp, three-phase charging cable – 22kw

To decide the best charging cable, you must consider the fastest rate in which your car and charging station will charge. 

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