Best Electric Cars
On these days, driving an electric car is a reality. They have been taken a long time to rise to prominence, but it seems like 2020 is the year for their best performance so far. Many luxury car manufacturers are now competing to release the best electric car for speed, range, and high technological features. Here we will mention and review a few of the best like Tesla 3, Nissan Leaf, Porshe Taycan, Audi E-Tron, and Volkswagen ID 3.
TESLA model 3 and model Y
Tesla has changed the electric-car landscape, and the Model 3 is the least expensive way to get one of the company's tech wonders in your driveway. Like all Teslas, the Model 3 carries its battery under the floor, resulting in a low center of gravity. This helps it change direction crisply and feel planted and stable in corners. For Tesla fanatics, both the Model S and Model S 3 deliver the expected cutting-edge technology that you are looking for. Both come with Autopilot, and you can summon your car using an app on your phone. Yes, that means the car will drive itself to you from the parking lot. With multiple batteries and drive configurations and all versions are rated to go more than 200 miles on a single charge. The Longe Range model claims a range of 322 miles. Model S 3 range options changing frequently are a little hard to keep up. As it stands there are two options: the entry-level single-motor car, which is rear-wheel drive, and offers 260 miles of range and a 5.6sec 0-60mph time. Then there’s the dual-motor car, which is all-wheel drive and comes with a longer-range battery, allowing it to go 310 miles, but if you spend an extra $11,000 it comes as a Performance version, which brings a 3.3sec 0-60mph time, 155mph top speed. The Regular S 3 model you can get it for around $ 41,000 and $85,000 for the Long Range Model.
New this year we also have the Model Y which is also with the Model 3 one of the smallest in Tesla collection, they share about 75 % of their parts. One of the main differences between the two models is that Model 3 fit only five passengers while Model Y being more spacious can sit up to 7 . This bigger space thou pays its toll on speed because the Model Y is heavier and less aerodynamic than the 3 so it’s a little bit slower. Available with all-wheel drive, it offers 316 miles range, a 4.8-second from zero to 60mph, and a 135mph top speed.
2020 NISSAN LEAF
The Nissan Leaf is the first mass-production electric vehicle to come to America when it debuted for the 2011 model year. The Nissan Leaf 2020 Leaf is perhaps one of the more affordable electric cars in the market. You get up to 150 miles of an estimated range and a 147-horsepower electric motor for the money. With a very competitive driving range on Plus models, roomy interior, optional semi-autonomous driving mode. The standard model 2020 Leaf comes with a 110-kW electric motor that powers out 147 horsepower, with a 40-kWh battery pack, provides the power. Leaf Plus models come with a 214-hp 160-kW electric engine and a larger 62-kWh battery. So the motor can now develop much more power, 150bhp, and the 0-62 time falls to 7.9sec. The Nissan Leaf 2020 has a more familiar look, like any other car, and it is hard to tell at first sight that it is indeed an electric vehicle. With 22 cubic feet of cargo more, if you tumble second-row seats forward, it is quite spacious to go shopping when you need it. The charging time with the regular home device takes up to 11.5 hours to charge 80 %. On a fast-charger found at some larger charge stations, the Leaf can charge up to 80% in about 45 minutes. Subject to applicable state and federal tax breaks, the effective price for a Leaf SV Plus can drop below $30,000. The Nissan Leaf Plus is probably going around $40,000. Probably not with the best range of all an without the performance on the road of a Tesla S model, yet the Nissan Leaf 2020 is a better car than it was before and one to be considered when buying an electric vehicle.
2020 PORSCHE TAYCAN
The 2020 Porsche Taycan ranks near to the top of the luxury electric car class. It has quick acceleration, a high-end cabin, well balance ride, comfortable seats, real high tech features, and a fantastic look. All these features and more make the Porsche Taycan 2020 a genuine rival of the Tesla S 3 model. However, not on the price since the Porshe Taycan starts at the cost of $104,000, but for higher trim levels, it can go up to $200,000 with options.
The Porsche Taycan is a four-door sedan that will accommodate four persons. A middle seat is optional for the second row, raising the capacity to five people. As with any Porsche, the quality and color of interior materials are vast and expensive. With up to four touch screens visible to the driver. Everything is beautiful and high-quality.
With two electric motors and a powerful lithium-ion battery for propulsion, the Turbo and Turbo S makes 616 horsepower in nearly every circumstance but diverges at the start. The Turbo S can dispatch 750 hp and more than 774 pound-feet of torque in 2.5-second bursts to drive the car up to 60 mph in 2.6 seconds (perhaps less). The Turbo does the work in 3.0 seconds with 670 hp. The 2020 Porsche Taycan has a range of about 200 miles, far less than the Tesla S3. The Porsche offers high-speed battery charging, up to 270 kW, that can charge the from zero to 80 percent in 20 minutes. On Level 2 home chargers, which will be more common, the Taycan replenishes a fully depleted battery entirely in 9 hours. Well, if you have the money, this is the car.
2020 AUDI E-TRON
The first thing to notice about the E-Tron is that it looks like a very conventional vehicle. Audi refers to this as 'conceptual clarity.' Persuade regular SUV buyers to make the change. While other e-car models like Tesla deliberately look different, Audi has created a car, the consumers will understand and recognize. The interior's design is clean and straightforward, with handsome matte wood and subtle silver accents. The designers have cautiously adapted the same instantly recognizable aesthetic that has driven the brand's sales successes elsewhere.
Now leaving all these aside talking about the tech and performance, the E-Tron is powered by a 95kWh battery and two electric motors combined with an output of 402 horsepower and a variable Quattro all-wheel-drive system. Which means it can speed up from 0-100km/h in just 5.7 seconds, and it accelerates swiftly despite its weight and size it weighs almost 2.5 tons. While it isn't quite as fast as other rivals like Tesla Model S or Jaguar I-Pace, the E-Tron offers more than enough daily driving performance. The E=Tron range is also not as good as Tesla S3 being of only 204 miles per charge. With a charging time of 9 hours at home with a 240 V charger and 30 minutes on a 150KW dc fast charging. The entry-level Audi E-Tron has a base MSRP of $74,800. The Prestige trim starts at a slightly pricier $81,800. Production of E-Tron vehicles is limited, and models can be reserved on Audi's website.
2020 JAGUAR I-PACE
The Jaguar I-Pace pretty well can be defined as a new segment of luxury electric SUVs. Its attractive exterior makes a statement that rivals don't, while its interior supplies an excellent mix of luxury and technology. The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace delivers superior acceleration, good handling, and a cushioned ride. Add an impressive 234-mile all-electric range, and easy to see why the 2020 Jaguar I-Pace is one of the top electric SUVs in our list.
The Jaguar I-Pace uses two concentric electric motors, one on each axle for permanent four-wheel drive, producing 394bhp and 513lb ft of torque single-speed gearbox. The lithium-ion battery, placed under the floor, is sized at 90kWh, with a 298-mile range. With an acceleration of 0–60mph in 4.5 seconds and a 124mph top speed. Charging takes a little longer – 10 hours to top it up from 0–80 percent with a 7kW home charger, or 45 minutes to find a 100kW DC supply. Jaguar provides one of the most extensive warranty plans on the market, with lengthy limited and power train coverage of 5 years or 60,000 miles. A more all-inclusive eight-year/100,000-mile warranty covers the battery.
The I-Pace is one of the very best Ev on the market, offering a highly useable combination of performance, range, and luxury all for a price of $63,375 with tax credit and handling.