Premium electric vehicles marketplace on EVMarketplace.net? BMW’s i3 has always been a little weird looking and expensive at $45,445, but it does offer a few things nothing else in the class can match. The biggest of these is its carbon-fiber chassis, which increases stiffness, reduces weight and looks great on a spec sheet. The i3 is definitely meant to be a city car with a relatively short range — up to 153 miles. But it’s easy to park and a nice place to spend time, so we can’t fault it too much. The Bolt EV was the mainstream car industry’s first real, practical answer to Tesla’s electric juggernauts. It’s an affordable little hatchback that doesn’t stick out like the i3 and today, it packs plenty of all-electric range at 259 miles — a nice increase over its initial 236-mile range. With a starting price of just $36,620, the Bolt has positioned itself as the perfect alternative to Tesla’s impossible-to-spec $35,000 Model 3.
Braking is similar to a golf cart: EVs are laughingly easy to operate, partly because the driver has little need for the brake pedal. Instead, the car ‘harvests’ energy (for storage) when the driver releases the accelerator, reducing the car’s speed. This radically reduces brake wear, limiting servicing expenses. To this, add the fact that there’s no need for engine oil or to dispose of it. The limited driving range of earlier EVs made consumers sceptical of battery-powered cars’ practicality. The first Nissan Leaf’s driving range was only 117km when it was launched in 2011 – 2012 in the US. But, with up to 418km per charge, EVs like the XC40 Recharge P8 vastly reduce or eliminate ‘range anxiety.
For example, in 2021 you can get an 180 mile charge in just 15 minutes. That means a full charge on most models in less than 30 minutes. Going to the supercharger can also be a fun event as Tesla owners often converse at the stations while charging. Or if you’re an introvert like me, you can recline the seat and watch Netflix or Youtube! With the technology and infrastructure supporting electric cars improving seemingly every day, the electric car may just be the new normal. In fact, California is banning the sale of “ICE” or internal combustion engines cars by the year 2035.
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