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Electric Cars – Future Technology

Electric Cars – Future Technology

The demand for electric motor cars is increasing day by day. More and more people are interested in buying an electric car. In light of this dramatic increase in demand, different manufacturers are in a continuous struggle to produce effective and attractive electric vehicles.

What is an electric car, and why so many people are looking to switch over it? In the recent couple of years, the vehicle business has been changing its production line. Different manufacturing units and market researchers are working to provide environment-friendly vehicles.

An electric car doesn’t need fuel to run. It drives on the power of electricity. Sooner or later, you can see a lot of cars on the road that needs no fuel. Here I am going to discuss which electric cars are coming into the market for users.

Volkswagen Electric SUV

Electric Car

Volkswagen has confirmed that its electric SUV will dispatch in the next year (2020). The company is going to offer a car that runs completely on a battery. There’s no official name for this new model by Volkswagen, but the looks of this coming up Electric SUV is very impressive.

Honda-E

Electric Car

The generation of Honda electric vehicles will start this year (2019), and it will be named Honda-E. Honda designed this electric car for urban areas. According to the company, its maximum speed is 200km/h. It is a five-door model, and it contains mirror cameras, a back view camera, 360-degree cameras, and a lot of other exciting features. Honda-E is a backed wheel drive vehicle.

Porsche Taycan

Electric Car

Porsche’s new electric vehicle Porsche Taycan is coming in the upcoming year. According to the company, they are going to launch this model in two variants, Turbo and Turbo S. Porsche Taycan is a four-door sports model with a radiant advanced interior. It takes 2.8 seconds from 0 to 62mph. According to the company, this vehicle contains a 93.4kW battery. The maximum speed of both variants is up to 270kW/h.

Peugeot E-208

Electric Car

Peugeot’s E-208 is a hot-selling vehicle. Peugeot is going to offer a 50kWh electric battery variant that is a beautiful addition to their production line of electric cars. It takes 7.5 seconds from 0 to 62mph.

Polestar 2

Electric Car

It is the primary vehicle to dispatch equipped with an Android system (11-inch display). The android system sits in the middle of the car dashboard to assist & control your route and many other features. It is a five-door hatchback vehicle that will offer a 500km drive with an 87kWh battery. It also provides 408bhp with a four-wheel drive.

Byton M-Byte

Electric Car

This vehicle from Byton is magnificent in structure and features. There are two or four-wheel drive choices. The main attraction of this vehicle is its 43-inch display dashboard with a lot of features. The other thing about this model is that it contains a tablet on the steering wheel to control the car.

Lotus Evija

Electric Car

This Lotus electric vehicle is a hyper-car. It intends for most extreme execution, with 2000PS and a 70kWh battery that expects to give 400km of range. This vehicle will offer to rankle quickening and to keep in mind that Lotus hasn’t given last figures, it’ll hit 186mph in only 9 seconds.

Aston Martin Rapid-E

Electric Car

Another electric sports vehicle from Aston Martin, the Rapid-E, will be an uncommon model of an electric car. It has a 65kWh battery that provides over a 321km drive. It takes just 4 seconds from 0 to 62mph, and that is an amazing acceleration. You can charge this vehicle fully just in 60 minutes. The twin engines produce 610PS, and this vehicle drives on the back wheels.

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