It’s no secret that I love electric vehicles. They’re clean and they help reduce carbon emissions. But what you may not know is that there are many different types of EVs out there, with many different features and capabilities. In this post, I’m going to talk about six different kinds of EVs and how their range will change the way you travel.
Smart Electric Drive
The Smart Electric Drive is the perfect option for people who don’t need a lot of room and want to save on gas and reduce emissions. It’s also great for those who live in cities with tight parking and limited street parking, as it can park in small spaces.
The range on this car is about 80 miles per charge, which means you’ll be able to travel from one end of your city all the way back home without having to worry about getting stuck somewhere along the way because you ran out of power!
Range of about 80 miles
Range of about 80 miles:
The 2020 Hyundai Kona EV has an EPA-estimated range of about 80 miles on a full charge. The fuel economy rating is 100 MPGe combined city/highway driving range (120 miles).
It’s clear that range electric vehicles are an exciting new class of vehicles. They offer great performance and efficiency, but they also have the potential to make driving more accessible for everyone. No longer do people need to worry about gas stations or long charging times; they can simply plug in their car at home overnight and be ready for their commute tomorrow morning!