Anis Electric Cars PH is new EV importer and carries BYD, BMW, Toyota, VW, and Tesla

If you are the type who does not need hype to buy an electric vehicle (EV) and find the lack of local options (variants and brands) a little disappointing, do not unplug from your deep desire to own one just yet.

A new player in town just revealed itself online. They call themselves Anis Electric Cars Philippines on Facebook, while their website is called The company is purely an EV importer, and for now, they offer EVs from these five brands, BYD, BMW, Tesla, Toyota, and Volkswagen.

Anis Electric Cars Philippines is a subsidiary of Anis Transport (a rental car enterprise).

The earliest post on their Facebook account was a banner photo on May 10, 2023, followed by a teaser post about an upcoming Tesla unit seven days after. They started a countdown on May 29, and by June 8, they already advertised several EV models via a post.

Aside from EV sales, Anis Electric Cars Philippines offers ancillary EV services like installing an EV home charging station, financing and insurance, maintenance, and repair. Each EV they sell comes with a three-year vehicle and an eight-year battery warranty.

In the latest Facebook post, Anis Electric Cars Philippines announced the arrival of their EV units this month. They are leveraging 10 years of experience in the “transportation market, big car repair shop, painting facility, and service-oriented team” to be able to help them sell and provide after-sales service of EVs to Filipinos.

What exact EV models do they have, and how much are the prices? Take a gander below:

Anis EV dealer image

Anis EV dealer image

Anis EV dealer image

Anis EV dealer image

Take note that the official BMW distributor is selling the iX3 (M Sport variant) locally for PHP 4.990 million while BYD Philippines sells the Dolphin for PHP 1.888 million (the hybrid Song Plus does not have a price yet while BYD PH did not bring in the Yuan Plus).

If you are itching to get an EV already, are you ready to take the plunge with a gray market importer?