Modern manufacturers seem to have placed a bet on the EV market segment and start producing all new electric automotive lines. But despite years of automotive research, modern EVs suffer from such downsides – low driving range; long charging time and the price.
All of these downsides need to be addressed by manufacturers in the future. But right now it seems that many people are ready to cope with the low driving range and long charging time and only the price seems to scare potential customers away.
So today we offer to take a look at the electric cars that provide the best technical specs for your money.
Tesla Model 3 – www.tesla.com/model3
KIA Soul EV – www.kia.com/us/en/vehicle/soul-ev/2016
Volkswagen E-Up – www.volkswagen-media-services.com/en/detailpage/-/detail/The-new-Volkswagen-e-up/view/4259755/6e1e015af7bda8f2a4b42b43d2dcc9b5?p_p_auth=ZwqanJa3
Nissan Leaf – www.nissanusa.com/electric-cars/leaf
Hyundai Ioniq – www.hyundaiusa.com/ioniq
Chevrolet Bolt EV – www.chevrolet.com/bolt-ev-electric-vehicle/build-your-own.html
Ford Focus Electric – www.ford.com/cars/focus/2017/models/focus-electric
Volkswagen e-Golf – www.volkswagen.co.uk/new/e-golf-vii/home
Mitsubishi i-MiEV – mitsubishi-motors.com.ua/model/i-miev
Renault Kangoo ZE – media.renault.com/global/en-gb/renault/Media/PressRelease.aspx?mediaid=85409
Renault Zoe – www.renault.co.uk/vehicles/new-vehicles/zoe-250.html
Mahindra e2o – mahindrauk.com