Solving The Electric Vehicle Conundrum!

4 AIRBAGS OR 6 AIRBAGS? DIESEL OR GASOLINE? MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION? 2WD OR 4WD? 15 MPG OR 30 MPG?

If you ever thought these were the criteria to select a car, you have to think again.

Yes! You read that true!

Heard of EVs, HEVs, PHEVs, FCEVs? These are the range of Electric vehicles coming into the market as the Automotive Industry is rapidly undergoing changes to satisfy the emission norms and looking towards a greener tomorrow.

Are you looking for the best among these?

Then you are at the right site! All of the above has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) 

Battery EVs run completely with On-Board batteries. They run purely on an electric motor and controls. The battery can be charged by plugging into external electric sources. Some of the BEVs include Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S and Model X. Both the Model S and X are available with Regenerative Braking and All-Wheel Drives (Electric Motors on both axles). Even though they provide zero emissions, they provide only relatively shorter driving ranges. The SLS AMG Electric Drive provides 160 mph. But Tesla is redefining the ranges with both the models capable of providing 250+ mph according to EPA.

Tesla Model S

6 thoughts on “Solving The Electric Vehicle Conundrum!”

    1. The ranges are getting more and more higher! Within a few years, the Electric Vehicles will dominate the market.

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