By 2020, electric vehicles will make up half of all new car sales.
If you want to maximize your potential, you need to choose the right vehicle for your needs.
With that in mind, we’ve taken the time to break down the pros and cons of electric vehicles in order to help you make the best choice for your car, and the money you’ll be spending on them.1.
Battery efficiencyThe average electric vehicle will have around 40 miles of range in the U.S. when driving on the highway, according to a report from Electric Vehicle Information Center (EVIC).
That’s a pretty good amount of range for most people’s needs.2.
Energy efficiencyIn a typical electric vehicle, the battery has about 10% to 15% of its energy used as electricity.
The average electric car can have up to 5,000 miles on the battery when it’s fully charged, according the EVIC report.3.
Energy densityThe typical electric car has a maximum weight of 5,800 pounds.4.
Range The average EV has an EPA rating of around 100 miles, according an electric vehicle trade publication.
That’s lower than the 150 miles range of the Chevy Volt, but it’s still a good amount to get the car out there.5.
PerformanceThe typical Tesla Model S has a top speed of around 160 miles per hour.
In a Tesla, that means that it can travel on a smooth road with moderate traffic, but that means you’re going to have to spend a lot of time in traffic to get around.
A lot of the time you’re not going to be in the front seat and it’s going to require a lot more energy to travel than an average SUV.6.
MPGThe typical Volt has a EPA rating for the Volt Hybrid at 20.5 miles per gallon, which is very respectable.
If we assume that a Tesla is rated at 24.6 miles per gal, that’s around 50 percent more than the Volt.
This is an impressive amount of power.7.
Performance EVs have gotten better, too.
The Model S is faster, has more torque, and has better acceleration.8.
Range EVs have better battery efficiency, too, as the Volt has less than half of the capacity of the Volt hybrid.9.
Fuel economyThe average fuel economy of an EV is estimated to be 16.7 miles per tank of gas.
If that were the case, the average gas car would cost you around $15,000 per year.
The Volt Hybrid can go from 0-60 mph in just 3.7 seconds, while a Model S can do it in under 10.
That means that if you drive a Tesla Model X, you can have a better fuel economy than a Chevy Volt.10.
CostThe cost of an electric car is significantly higher than a gas car.
The cost of a gas vehicle is about $8,000, while an EV can cost you almost $60,000.
This means that a gas-powered vehicle is a better investment than a plug-in hybrid vehicle.
Electric vehicle manufacturers are not obligated to build EVs that meet these specs, so you have the option to buy an EV at a discount if you want one.
The Tesla Model 3 and Model S will be available in 2019, while the Chevy Bolt is scheduled to hit dealerships in 2019.