Named the most anticipated electric cars in 2019April 15, 2019
Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular in the world. Every year, their range is growing significantly. However, you can select the most anticipated new items.
Specialists AutoTimesNews listed the main news among electric vehicles in 2019. Aston Martin will launch an electric supercar called the RapidE. The car will have two electric motors with a total capacity of 1000 hp. Cruising at full charge will be 320 km. As stated in the company, RapidE can accelerate to 150 km / h, and the first “hundred” will dial in just 4 seconds. The German Porsche makes its debut in the electric car market with a Taycan sedan. This model will differ in a fast set of speed – it will take 3.5 seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h, as well as to quickly charge the batteries.
The long-awaited novelty will be presented by another German brand – Audi. In this case, we are talking about a mid-size crossover, which will be equipped with 95 kWh batteries, providing a range of 400 km.
The e.Go Life miniature electric car is of interest to the public. It is equipped with a 23.9 kW⋅h battery, which provides a full range of 194 km. The maximum speed of such a car is limited to 50 km / h. The range of the Swedish company Volvo will be replenished with two electric cars at once – the Polestar 2 and XC40 EV crossovers are awaiting their release. Polestar 2 will have a powerful power plant with an output of 400 hp. and a large power reserve of 560 km. In the case of the XC40 EV, the characteristics will be a bit more modest – batteries with a capacity of 70 kWh will provide a range of 400 kilometers. In addition to the listed electric vehicles, they will present their new products at KIA, Citroen, Tesla, Nissan, Huyndai, Mrcedes-Benz, Opel, Peugeot, Skoda, Renault.
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