Many of us don't even think about buying an electric car instead of a standard car. However, companies developing in this area are developing more and more new generation vehicles at affordable prices.
1.The Nissan Leaf hatchback turns ten and Nissan took the opportunity to bring the second generation of the successful Leaf model onto the market. The five-seat electric car is one of the most economical vehicles in everyday life and in maintenance.
2.The new Tesla Model X is, of course, all-wheel drive (each axle has a 100 kWh electric motor) and can reach speeds of up to 100 km / h.
3. Hyundai has succeeded in making classic cars, so it won't be lagging behind in making electric vehicles. The Hyundai Ioniq electric car has a front-wheel drive with a lithium-ion battery and produces 28 kWh. Its autonomy can reach 280 km on a single charge, while it reaches 100 km / h.
4. Although the model received a facelift in 2018, the updated BMW i3 is lower and wider with 20-inch wheels. It has an output of 170 hp. with 33 kWh electric motor, 0-100 km / h.
5. With dimensions resembling a Q7, the Audi e-tron electric SUV has retained its design identity since it was first introduced as a concept car. In its top-end version, it has two electric motors (one for each axle) with a total output of 95 kWh and 402 hp (0-100 km / h in 5.7 seconds).
6. Tesla Model 3 is the company's cheapest model, as proof that its founder wants to bring electric cars closer to the common driver. It is smaller than the S and X models and borrows the electric motor of the PD 75 version (75 kWh and 240 PS). In the basic version, it moves the rear axle and thus offers excellent performance (0-100 km / h in 5 seconds).