We reveal our top picks of the current EV options and give you some top tips that will help you decide which electric car is right.
Tesla Model 3:
Tesla’s are so different from other cars and electric cars. There are so many features that not a lot of people know about it. Tesla Model 3 has three fundamental types; Tesla key card, phone, and Tesla key fob.
In a car equipped with the Self Driving feature, Autopilot can change lanes. Hit the blinker, and the car will switch lanes for you. If there’s a vehicle in the way, the exterior cameras will detect it and wait for the way to be precise.
On the road, Teslas can be charged at 1870 Supercharger stations across the world. They either provide 150 or 250 kW of electric power, and there are also public chargers that supply 72 kW of power.
Tesla Model S:
Tesla’s first all-electric car was launched Wayback in 2012. In EV-years, that’s a very long-time ago. Advances in battery technology and EVs have come a long way since then, yet somehow, the Model S still does it.
The company introduced a Standard Range variant of the S in mid-2019 but discontinued it just weeks later. Hence, the 2020 Model S is now only available as a Long-Range Plus model with 402 miles of range, which was accomplished after Tesla made thoughtful changes. In Performance trim, it has an EPA-estimated range of 348 miles and a claimed zero-to-60-mph time of 2.4 seconds.
Modern minimalism will adore the Model S’s cabin, which comes standard with a giant infotainment screen that controls almost all of the vehicle’s functions. Technophiles will be in heaven.
- Satisfying and immediate acceleration
- Enjoyable steering and handling
- Smooth ride quality
- Regenerative braking isn’t reliable, and friction brakes are too grabby
- Only one battery configuration available
For 2020, Jaguar gives the I-Pace lineup essential software updates. The most notable one applies to its battery pack, which has been reprogrammed to provide an 8 percent longer driving range. That increases the 2020 I-Pace’s range to 253 miles.
The I-Pace boasts standard all-wheel-drive thanks to two electric motors that produce a combined 394 horsepower and 512 lb-ft of torque. Every I-Pace features a 90.0-kWh battery pack that provides an EPA-rated driving range of 253 miles.
Every 2020 I-Pace features a touch-centric infotainment system that includes a 10.0-inch upper screen and a 5.5-inch lower display that primarily handles climate controls.
It can be also distracting when trying to interact with busy menus and small icons. Still, every system supports Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration and a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.
Hyundai Kona Electric:
Its long driving range and spunky driving character make the 2020 Kona Electric Car one of the best electric cars on sale nowadays. It shares its basic features with the gasoline-powered Kona SUV Car but wears a unique front bumper, grille, and special wheels that all look cool and help reduce aerodynamic drag.
Hyundai claims a driving range of up to 258 miles per charge, and the Kona Electric can recharge its battery reasonably quickly on a 240-volt outlet or even quicker using a DC fast-charging station.
Chevy Bolt EV:
The 2020 Bolt EV is an all-electric car hatchback with a long driving range, spacious cabin, and affordable price tag. Proficient of traveling up to 259 miles on a single charge and starting at less than $40,000.
It is an electric motor that provides the almost-instant acceleration, and the Chevy hatchback is enjoyable to drive. An affordable fast-charging option and an innovative regenerative-braking paddle also enhance the user experience. Likewise, people will appreciate its roomy accommodations, available infotainment and driver-assistance technologies, and crossover-like cargo capacity.
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Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.