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รีวิว Q&A audi e tron second hand

What is the name of the new electric car that is going to go against Tesla?

Well, there are a lot of candidates for what you might mean. Since Tesla is the undisputed market leader outside of China, pretty much everything gets compared to it. Let's do a rundown of the ones I'm aware of that are being called competition to Tesla. Chevy Bolt - Announced a year ago with a concept car, this compact hatchback was shown in a working production prototype at CES 2016. Chevy promises 200 miles of range, a price tag of $37,500 and 50 states availability. It's expected to be on sale late in 2016. Many people think that this car is competition for the Tesla Model III which will be unveiled in March 2016 with expected first deliveries in 2017. That car will have a minimum 200 mile range and a $35,000 price tag for the base model, so some relatively unsophisticated people think that they are in the same category. But the Bolt is a low- to mid-market compact hatchback and the Model III is a compact luxury car, two different segments with two different demographics typically purchasing them. And while the Bolt is peppy with 7 seconds to 60 mph granted to it by electric motors, the Model III will undoubtedly be a lot quicker in the base model and have a ton of upgrades to give it AWD, Ludicrous Mode, extended battery sizes and the like which will make it likely that many sold will be well north of $50K and possibly up in the $60-$70K range. A lot of people who might consider a Chevy Bolt would also consider the base Model III. Also, Chevy has to find a way to deal with the real problem of dealerships not liking to sell electric cars. Faraday Future - Also unveiled at CES 2016, Faraday is a company set up by a Chinese TV mogul. Lots of people have been touting them as a Tesla killer and they've been working up the comparisons by hiring Tesla employees, setting up manufacturing in some of the same states and the like. However, what Faraday showed off in a non-working concept at CES 2016 was a weird single-person hypothetically autonomous maybe aerodynamic lounge chair. It was a collection of memes without any proof of underlying technology. They burbled about alternative business models without any evidence that they actually have a real business model in mind. They have a lot of money, so maybe they'll turn into something real eventually, but they certainly aren't real today. Porsche Mission E - With this concept car announcement, we actually get to something that might actually challenge Tesla's Model S. The Mission E is supposed to be pretty high performance and Porsche actually knows how to do that. It's supposed to be pretty sexy, but what I saw looked more like Photoshop gone wild than any real car, so it's unclear what the real product will look like. It's supposed to charge faster than a Tesla too, but there is zero evidence of Porsche or anyone else building a Porsche Charging network, so while this may be possible in theory or in a handful of locations, it's not like Tesla's Supercharger network which is working to make itself ubiquitous. That's actually the part that baffles me. Why not just use the Supercharger network and get in bed with Tesla on that? Fit for purpose instead of going yet-another-charging direction. Maybe they'll get their heads on straight. Meanwhile, by the time the Mission E gets to market, Tesla will likely have the Model S, X and III on the market, and the Mission E will only really compete with the fully kitted out Model S. Audi E Tron Q6 - Audi have been promising an all electric E Tron for a while, and I heard rumblings somewhere that you could actually pay them to build you a boutique one off if you wanted to shell out the coin badly enough. They do sell a hybrid or two under the E Tron brand currently. Now they've unveiled an all electric SUV which would be in the same category as the Tesla Model X. Luxury SUVs and cross overs is actually a reasonably big and growing market, so an electric Audi SUV would be competition for the Tesla Model X. But not for the Model S or the Model III of course. And it will be really just more competition for the increasingly outclassed internal combustion SUVs. It's supposed to be on the market in 2018. Mercedes - In a recent announcement, Mercedes promised to massively accelerate their electric platform with not one car in 2018 as previously stated, but four cars in 2017. We'll see, but Tesla has been eating Mercedes market and mind share with its cars, so Mercedes has to step up to the plate. Aston Martin RapidE - This concept car was unveiled in late 2015 and is apparently being funded by deep pockets from China. It's expected in maybe 2017 or 2018, and since Aston Martin does great work with grand touring cars it's very reasonably a direct choice between it and the Tesla Model S. But once again, not the Model X or Model III, and certainly not the 2019 Roadster that's been announced with Maximum Plaid mode. VW - Well, the diesel test fixing scandal has actually lit a fire under the company, kind of. They have finally given their head a shake, realized that internal combustion isn't the future but the past and barely the present, and committed to a full electric-only platform and series of cars. But the ongoing costs associated with the scandal mean that the funding commitment is pretty light. We'll see. BYD - The Chinese company BYD is actually on the market today with an electric car it's targeting at fleet vehicles in the rest of the world, mostly taxis, and also electric buses. However, in China the BYD Qin is crushing electric car sales, outselling everything else. This is a story that the rest of the world is missing, that the 1.3 billion people in China are going to electric transportation pretty rapidly and doing it with their own brands we don't hear about. Expect new brands out of China to replace old internal combustion brands that don't radically transform their fleets. Basically, there are a lot of car companies that seem to have finally woken up to the reality that fully electric drive trains are the only viable path for regulated carbon and polluting emissions that also offers what consumers want. Most of them are being touted as competitors for Tesla, but they are really competitors for the incumbent internal combustion cars and brands and are validating Tesla.

Why has Tesla’s market share of BEVs fallen so sharply in Europe in the first half of 2020, from 28% to 17%, in a growing market?

A2A Mike Richmond—Thanks Mike! ^ Peugeot e-208 (2020) — EV Database ^ Citroën Ami (2019) — Forbes ^ Daimler Smart Car EV (2018) — Top Speed ^ Porsche Macan EV (Model planned: 2021) — Autocar ^ Porsche Taycan EV (2020) — Motor Trend ^ Audi e-tron (2020 model) — Car and Driver ^ Renault Zoe RS EV (Model planned: 2022) — Autocar ~~~~ Q. Why has Tesla’s market share of BEVs fallen so sharply in Europe in the first half of 2020, from 28% to 17%, in a growing market? A. My guess: Competition, Import costs, Tesla does not have a line of compacts/subcompacts yet COVID-19 impacts on US > to > Europe exports, and Vested interests. DETAILS European car companies are not just going to let Tesla take their market without a fight! Proud brands like VW, Audi, Daimler, BMW and Renault make great products and great EVs. Two Major Groups to watch for growth… going forward: VAG/Volkswagen Group: Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda, SEAT, Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, Bugatti, and many more brands. Groupe PSA: Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall Tesla does not yet have a large enough manufacturing presence in Europe. Tesla has to ship cars from California to Europe, and pay the shipping, handling, import duties, and other expenses. This makes Tesla less competitive in Europe until they can establish a better local presence. Tesla is doing that today—building a Gigafactory in Germany, and I understand Tesla is also working on a possible site in the UK. In addition to competition from European companies, Tesla also sells against Hyundai, Nissan, and a number of companies who import to Europe from other continents. Japanese, Korean and Chinese brands are likely to extend their EV offerings in Europe. ALSO, European society, car companies and governments may have a vested interest to protect their own—GDP, Jobs, reputations, etc. Example: The European automotive press has famously recommended local companies’ wares over Tesla models, even after having rated the Tesla better in head to head comparisons that they conducted. Regulations in Europe are often complex and are not always in Tesla’s favor. ALSO, Tesla lost a month’s of 2020 European production in their Fremont, California plant due to COVID-19—and a government shutdown that affected that car plant worse than almost all others. This is expected to affect European Tesla sales until September 2020. All of Tesla’s European vehicles come from its Fremont factory, which was shut down for over a month during the second quarter due to the pandemic, and the shutdown disproportionately affected the European supply of Tesla vehicles. At Fremont factory, Tesla produces vehicles in batches for different markets, and those batches can last several weeks, The shutdown happened as Tesla was supposed to produce its batch of vehicles for the European markets. This resulted in a very short supply of Tesla vehicles available for sale in Europe and only now in late July, and this month Tesla has started producing European vehicles again following the reopening of the factory in May. I believe we are going to see Tesla recover in September with strong sales in Europe once the next batch of vehicles makes it to the continent. Tesla sales are sliding in Europe, but it's not only because of competition - Electrek . ALSO, until recently, Telsas were primarily designed and tested in California, USA. This means that US West Coast regulatory, design, environmental, weather, and other standards strongly influenced the Tesla designs. This is a disadvantage when selling into Europe…or even selling into New Jersey. ALSO, Tesla does not yet have a compact or subcompact car to compete in the European market, where smaller cars are popular. Many roads in Europe were built long before the USA was even a thing—and even before cars were a thing. Lanes can be narrow. Parking spaces, difficult. While the Autobahn is famous for speed, in many European areas I have visited, high speeds are not possible or desirable, and range is really not a concern for all Europeans. It depends on where you live. Tesla made its first cars to appeal to American geography, roads, culture and tastes. America—where distances are often large, and speeds high. ALSO, there is National and Continental pride. Many European people like to buy European. Can you blame them? ALSO, there is repair support—Legacy car companies sometimes have dealerships “on every corner” in some European cities. Tesla has its network—and it is not as large as VWs for sure. Especially in Europe. ALSO, public charging options. Tesla absolutely dominates with its charging infrastructure in the US. In Europe, EVs were arguably popular sooner than in much of the US—think: Nissan Leaf, Renault Zoe, VW e-Golf, BMW i3. Populations are often more dense in Europe, and public charging options may be more numerous and varied compared to the US. On the other hand, there is garage space—garages are common in the US. Not as common nor as roomy in many European towns and cities that I have visited. This makes home charging sometimes a bit more complex and less convenient. Finally, there’s the ugly American thing. We people from the US have not always represented the country well. That feeling can attach to US-based companies also. Tesla sales are sliding in Europe, but it's not only because of competition - Electrek . ^ VW e-Golf (2019) — Car and Driver ^ BMW i3 (2020) — Motor Trend ^ Nissan Leaf SL (2020) — Axios Full Disclosure: I have traveled extensively in Europe, but I live in the US—so my understanding of European markets is correspondingly limited. I invest in Tesla, BYD, Nio and other companies in the sustainability sector. For more on EVs… …Check out my YouTube Channel Origami Cybertruck o

Should a person wait to buy a second or third generation electric car to allow manufacturers to work out the bugs?

Should a person wait to buy a second or third generation electric car to allow manufacturers to work out the bugs? Well, for many manufacturers, there are already second generations on the roads and for others there are already the third. You can count as first generation these EVs which were mostly made before 2012 (with a few exceptions), which means: the first Tesla Roadster (2008), Mitsubishi iMiEV (2009), Nissan Leaf (2011), but also the first generation of the Renault ZOE, BMW i3 and VW Golf. With the exception of the Roadster they had batteries up to 30 kWh, had problems with rapid charging and even if, it was at a rate of about 35–45 kW. Well, most current EVs are already the second generation. Batteries already have in most cases some 40–70 kWh and most of them charge at 60–80 kW. EPA and WLTP ranges (which are not equal, but still comparable) of 300–400 km (200–250 miles) are the new standard. Most charge at a higher rate than their capacity, which means that they charge to 70–80% in 30–40 minutes. Many are in this group, from Hyundai Kona and Kia e-Niro and e-Soul and Jaguar i-Pace, maybe even the Chevrolet Bolt. The current Nissan Leaf Plus sets the low bar with some design flaws, but even that one is not a first generation EV anymore. On the other hand, some could be already seen as the third generation, the biggest distinction could be a no-compromise skateboard vehicle design and charge rates at 100–150 kW and in some cases even beyond 200 kW. So while the earliest Tesla Model S could be seen as the second generation, model years since 2016 are already the third, which of course includes the Model 3 and Model Y. Top-ups may well take about 15–20 minutes, especially with the Long Range versions where EPA ranges are well beyond 500 km (310 miles) and approach even 650 km (400 miles). They are not alone - Porsche Taycan and cars built on the Volkswagen MEB platform (ID.3 & 4, Skoda Enyaq) are definitely already the third generation, so are the Audi E-Tron or Polestar 2. Yes, there are differences and nuances between manufacturers, so are their ranges, but there aren’t as big as they were in times of the first Nissan Leaf and first Teslas. Of course some fourth generation will come, but while the first three may have been big leaps, the next one may well be merely only an incremental upgrade, especially for these who already make good EVs today. If you can charge at a convenient place (at home, at workplace or maybe even at some mall) and current EVs are sufficient and affordable to you, there is no need to wait for some next generation EVs. Of course they will be better, changes will be bigger than with some ICE cars which get more or less just a facelift or some small design changes, but new generations will not make the current generation of EVs suddenly obsolete, especially if you look at EVs from Tesla or cars from the Volkswagen group (new ones, MY 2020 and later).

Is it true that Tesla Model 3 has many software issues? If so what are the most annoying issues?

I’ve had a Model 3 since November 2018. I fully expected the car to have bugs. The software is quite ambitious. We are beta testing a car and a car company. There will be issues. I had an issue where the screen occasionally would not come on immediately on entry to the car. It would take maybe 30 seconds and then reboot. The car was functional, but no screen for that initial period. It would happen maybe a couple times a day - most of the time it worked properly. I contacted Tesla. They did remote diagnostics and looked at the logs and their internal knowledge base. They told me it was a problem with a driver for one of the components and they were awaiting an update from the supplier. The issue continued for a couple of months. I would check in, they’d run the remote diagnostics and said again, firmware update needed. I got a little impatient, talked to a tech again (via email) and the tech escalated to Tesla engineering. The next day I got a firmware update and the problem has been fixed ever since. I was impressed. The backup rear camera occasionally is black for a second before showing the rear view. I’ve seen on the Tesla forums that this occurs to others, too. And I fully expect it’ll soon be fixed in a firmware update. I also had the screen go weird while I was driving. It was like the horizontal signal on a TV wasn’t synched. I parked when I got to my destination and rebooted the screen manually (press and hold both steering wheel buttons while pressing the brake). The problem hasn’t happened again. I’ve been pleasantly surprised at how few issues I’ve experienced and that Tesla has done a good job fixing. Over the air updates are fantastic. No trips to the dealer needed to do an update. PS. I’d like to add a few things after I’ve thought about this more. This stuff relates to the software that drives the car, versus managing the driver’s environment via the screen or other driver controls (on the steering wheel). Very impressive. Let’s start with the drivetrain software. The car drives great and a big part of that is the software that controls the motors and brake regeneration. I’ve driven in heavy snow and slush this past winter, on the stock all weather tires, and was very impressed with how the all wheel drive software worked — better than my Audi Q5 especially on icy and slushy roads. With software updates I’ve gotten more range and more power as Tesla gains more knowledge on how to better optimize its drivetrain software. For free. Look at the range Tesla gets from its battery and motors, and compare to the far less range that the Audi e-tron gets from a bigger battery, or what the Jaguar i-Pace gets. Tesla is far ahead in its drivetrain software technology. And I’ve not had any bugs whatsoever with it. Another area of advanced software is the whole range of capabilities relating to autopilot, starting with traffic aware cruise control (TACC) and all the way to navigation on autopilot and beyond with full self driving. I rarely used cruise control in my ICE vehicles. But TACC works extremely well, managing the car’s speed based on traffic. It works extremely well on the freeway, smoothly (for the most part) maintaining speed, speeding up, slowing down, or whatever as necessary. Even in city traffic or stop and go, it will stop if the car ahead stops and go again in a “normal” manner when traffic starts again. It’s much smoother than I would have expected. It doesn’t re-start for red lights or stop signs (yet). Auto steer also works suprisingly well, especially on the highway. I’m using it more and more. I remain with hands on the wheel and vigilant, but trusting it more and impressed. It’s not perfect and will get better. The next step is Navigation on Autopilot, where you enter an address and the car will do most of the driving on the highway from freeway on ramp to exit, including lane changes. Autopark, well, I’m not that impressed with it in its current state. It’s really slow and I don’t think it does a great job. That’s an area for improvement. Full safe driving? Elon talks about it a lot, and I’ll believe it when I see it. They are making progress but we’ll see…

What is the future of electric cars in India?

In the world of ever-involving technology and serious environmental concerns, there’s no doubt that electric vehicles are the future. With billions of dollars being pumped in its veins, the EV section of the automotive industry is expected to flourish in the next 5–10 years. There are definite challenges that stare us right in the face, including concerns over efficient development, the use of battery technologies, and efficient shifting from building mechanical competencies to IT and electronics skills. We need to make sufficient provisions for accommodating new players in the industry and manufacturers. Dealers and suppliers need to make some critical process changes and resolve their internal conflicts to remain relevant and profitable; EV-friendly technologies, on the other hand, such as Advanced Industrial Robotics (AIR), Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), trends like self-driving technology, and car-sharing need to be further promoted for long-term success. With a record number of EVs making their debut, 2018 emerged as the big year for EVs and the future looks even brighter. Here are the top 10 revolutionary models to keep an eye out for in 2019: Porsche Taycan The very first EV by Porsche, Porsche Taycan, will be a sports car which will be ultra-sleek with the electrified four-door. It will have 2 synchronous motors which will generate in excess of 600 hp and have a target range of 300 miles. This will enable the EV to reach 60 mph within 3.5 seconds. Volvo Polestar 2 This sedan by Volvo will be completely electric. It will have a hp of 400 and the estimated mile range is 300. Mercedes EQC The EQC will be a very classy crossover SUV by Mercedes and is expected to have 2 electric motors that will generate 400 hp. This will enable it to run 0-60 mph within 5 seconds and have a range of 279 miles. Tesla Model 3 Tesla is making many attempts to deliver a revolutionary EV and the Tesla Model 3 is one of its many upcoming electronic models that is supposed to release this year. Hyundai Kona Electric With a powertrain with a horsepower of 201 hp and estimated operating range of 258 miles, the Kona Electric is a fully electric version of Hyundai’s small crossover SUV. Kia Niro EV The Kia Niro EV is a fully electric version of Kia’s compact crossover SUV which is set to release in 2019. This EV is driven with the help of a 64- kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery. Volkswagen ID The Volkswagen ID is expected to be a series of EVs which will be affordable and powered by small batteries. BMW i3 With a futuristic look and impeccable style, the BMW i3 makes for a perfect city EV. Audi E-Tron The Audi E-Tron is a luxury crossover SUV which is completely electric and has is similar in size to Audi Q7. It has a 95- Click here to read a comprehensive blog about EVs and their marketplace.

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