A new generation of battery-powered electric vehicles has made it onto the road and has attracted interest from car makers.
Here are the best electric-car brands, and how to get one.1.
Bosch Electric Vehicles (BEMA) Bosch announced its new electric-trains at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last month, and its electric-electric vehicles (EVs) are one of the most ambitious battery-electric designs yet.
This latest battery-based electric vehicle, the BEMA EV100, uses Bosch’s proprietary electrochemical batteries.
BEMA’s EV100 has a range of up to 1,000km (600 miles), a top speed of 30km/h (19mph) and a top-end range of more than 8,000 kilometres (5,600 miles).
The EV100 is the first electric vehicle to have Bosch batteries built into the chassis, and it also boasts a range in excess of 9,000 kilometers (5:50 miles).
These electric cars are designed to be fuel-efficient, to save energy, and to be able to travel long distances.
The BEMA 100 is also the first vehicle with a battery pack built into its chassis.
Bosch is now building the BEC, which will be based on its battery architecture and will be produced by Bosch.
Bosen expects to have an EV100 ready for sale by 2021.2.
Tesla Model 3The Tesla Model S sedan is the world’s most successful electric vehicle.
Its battery is composed of lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 300Wh.
The Model S is one of only three electric cars in the world that has a battery capacity of more then 300Wh, which makes it the second most-efficient battery-engine, after Toyota’s Leaf.
The Teslas range is around 50,000 miles.
The Tesla Model X has a higher capacity battery at around 100Wh, while the Model 3 has a much lower capacity at just 50Wh.
In 2017, Tesla unveiled the Model X SUV, which has a capacity up to 300Wh and has a top range of around 70,000 km (37,400 miles).
The Model 3 SUV has a similar range to the Model S, with a range to date of around 65,000.
The electric vehicle is also capable of speeds in excess and beyond 50km/hr (32mph).3.
Chevrolet VoltThe Chevrolet Volt was launched in 2017, and has been a favourite of many car buyers.
The Volt is one model that has been criticised by critics for being too slow, but it has been lauded for its design and technology.
The vehicle is built around the Tesla Model T platform, which offers up to 5,000KW (3,000hp) and electric motor power.
The Chevy Volt is also a very safe vehicle, with no injuries reported, and can safely go through traffic.
The Chevrolet Bolt is the next-generation of the Volt, and the Bolt will be unveiled at the end of the year.
The Bolt will have a range up to 265km (140 miles), and a speed of up 75km/hour (43mph).
The Chevrolet Bolts range will be around 120,000 kilometre (75,000 mile).4.
Ford FusionEnergi (FCE)The Ford Fusion Energi is a mid-sized crossover, which can go from 0-100km/pounds of torque in just 6.8 seconds, which is similar to the Bolt’s 0-60mph time.
The Energs powertrain consists of an electric motor, which gives it a 0-62mph time of just 5.9 seconds.
It can also go from zero to 100km/rpm in just 2.9sec, and from 0 to 100mph in just 5sec.
The Energo is also designed to offer up to 30kmh/h.
The Fusion Eee also has a 1.6L EcoBoost petrol engine, which delivers a range-topping 0-55km/miles (0-111mph) in just 8.5 seconds.5.
Tesla PowerwallThe Tesla Powerwalls are designed with a low-cost, low-maintenance design.
The Powerwall is built for the US market, and is designed to fit into a garage, in a garage-door opening or on the side of a wall.
The car features a battery with a maximum capacity of 150Wh.
The Powerwall’s battery is made from two electrodes: one at the front and one at its back.
The electrodes can be separated and the battery is charged with lithium-polymer.
The battery is also water- and oil-resistant, so it can be easily transported in case of a power outage.
The battery is the largest and most expensive of its kind, costing $1.8 billion, and will also include solar panels and the powertrain will be integrated into the car itself