As the fossil fuel industry continues to be battered in terms of popularity and massive de-investment, more and more people are turning to electricity as the source of their car’s propulsion. Electricity offers a number of benefits, including being cleaner, cheaper to produce, and emitting no emissions by the vehicle.
There are plenty of great EV cars on the market right now, and here we will look at some of the very best.
Volvo XC40 Recharge
Volvo has always been at the forefront of car design, and that ethos certainly shines through with the XC40, their best all-electric vehicle yet. It’s fast, powerful, and extremely comfortable, while also offering reliability and some of the best battery technology on the market.
Volkswagen has always done a great job when it comes to their alternate-fuelled vehicles, and for those that want an EV that’s made with German engineering, the ID.3 is the very best yet. The 3 is about the same size as a modern golf, except with a powertrain that completely runs on electricity. Built with outstanding quality and all the latest tech reserved for VW’s best, the ID.3 is a fantastic choice for a new EV owner.
Tesla Model S
The saloon version of the Model X, the Model S is the vehicle that really put Tesla on the map, and the one that most consumers have been interested in buying. Tesla is known for its bleeding-edge innovations, and thanks to the latest batteries and a huge drive range combined with extremely high performance, the Model S is a true star in the EV scene. On top of that, the Model S remains a practical car to use for everyday tasks, with plenty of space in the trunk and enough seating for up to 5 people in total. And thanks to constant updates, owners can enjoy new software as it becomes available, which forms part of its advanced computers, allowing users to navigate, listen to music, browse the internet.
For those that prefer their vehicles on the speedier side, the Porsche Taycan might just be the answer. It represents a true technical achievement, offering breakneck speeds, brilliant cornering, and gorgeous aesthetics; everything we love about sports cars, but without the ugly emissions that ruin the experience. This isn’t the cheapest offering on the list, but it does really scratch the itch when it comes to being addicted to speed and to saving the environment.
The Honda E
On the other end of the spectrum, we have the Honda E, a tiny little car that most people would most likely find cute to look it. It’s fairly expensive, considering the size, but it offers a very comfortable interior, as well as solid power and Honda’s well-known reliability. The Honda E is the kind of city car that will be taking over the world in the next few years.