Digital: Some Electric Cars You Can Go For




In a digital world of ours, technology is moving faster day-by-day more than expected. 


A decade ago, the idea of driving an electric car seemed unbelievable to many people in the world, and here they are ready to change the looks of the automobile.

Technological improvements, stricter emissions standards, and changes in consumer tastes are driving electric cars further into the mainstream, and while they still aren't close to replacing their gas-powered cars, their ever-increasing ranges and penchant for quick acceleration make them a far better option than they once were.

This is some of the best cars on the market now according to Digital Trends.

Tesla Model 3

Electric car

This electric vehicle is simply the best on sale and it's for those willing to expand their horizons and experience the future of transportation --- today.

A million-dollar supercar or a broad-shouldered truck, or a seven-passenger SUV is not the most exciting vehicle on the market. One of the cars the world is patiently waiting to drive is an all-electric sedan from a startup automaker called Tesla.

Modestly stylish on the outside, luxurious on the inside, surprisingly fun to drive, and boasting the most available range (310 miles with the long-range battery) of an electric vehicle costing less than $40,000,

The impress side of this car is its innovative convenience and safety features (including the industry's best semiautonomous driving aids) and future-proofed technology. 

Chevrolet Bolt EV

 

It is the first affordable electric car worthy of a road trip. For years, consumer essentially had two choices when it came to electric cars -- low price or usable range, Relatively affordable EVs like the original Nissan Leaf could be procured for under $30,000 but they needed recharging after about 80 miles which is inconvenient at best. On the other end of the spectrum, luxury Evds like the Tesla Model S could top 300 miles between charges, but their price tags made them an unrealistic option for most.

In 2018, Chevy Bolt EV. was released, boasting a range of up to 238 miles and a cost under $30, 000 after tax credits are factored in, the crossover-esque Bolt is reshaping the world of EVs by making them accessible to the masses. Consider the glass ceiling broken. Continue reading here.....


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