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ฟังเหตุผล ทำไมรถล้ำ ๆ อย่าง 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS ยังใช้กระจกมองข้างแบบดั้งเดิม

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แบงค์บอกต่อ CX-5 ลดเหลือ 1,160,000 บาทกับ Audi อัดดอกเบี้ย 0% ก่อนงาน Motor Expo 2020

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ชมคันจริง 2020 Audi e-Tron Sportback ขายไทยในราคา 5.299 ล้านบาท มีดีแค่หลังคาลาดลงรึเปล่า?

2020 Audi e-tron Sportback (อาวดี้ อี-ตรอน สปอร์ตแบ็ค) เปิดตัวขายในไทยแล้วด้วยราคา 5,299,000 บาท เป็นรถเอสยูวีพลังไฟฟ้าล้วน

ควักเพิ่ม 2 แสน! ทำไมถึงควรเลือก 2020 Audi e-tron Sportback มากกว่า e-tron สแตนดาร์ด

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สำรวจความนิยมแบรนด์รถยนต์ในแต่ละประเทศ ใครยืนหนึ่ง? อันดับสองค่ายใดมาชมกัน

ขณะที่ Chevrolet (เชฟโรเลต) เป็นแบรนด์ยอดนิยมในอียิปต์ ส่วน Toyota ครองส่วนแบ่งตลาดเกือบ 100% ในเยเมนAudi

ยอดขายรถยนต์ไฟฟ้าในนอร์เวย์ พ่งสูงเกือบ 90% เอาชนะเครื่องยนต์ดีเซลและเบนซินที่แรกในโลก

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2021 Audi RS Q3 Sportback ยืนยันมาไทย 19 ก.พ. นี้ คาดราคา 5 ล้านกว่าบาท สู้กับ Mercedes-AMG เต็ม ๆ

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ชมคุณสมบัติเด่น 2022 Audi Q4 e-tron รถเอสยูวีไฟฟ้าขนาดเล็กแฝงความดุดัน

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What are the best upcoming electric cars in 2019?

That depends on your definitions of “electric”, “car” and “coming out”. My US-centric list below considers anything that plugs in “electric”, any vehicle intended for personal transportation a “car”, and anything firmly announced for production as “coming out” (with a few pre-announced products where they interest me, and estimated first shipment date when known), but your definitions may vary. Ranges are US EPA estimates, and I’ve sorted the list mostly from shortest to longest range, since that’s a common question among first-time Electric Vehicle (EV) buyers. Note that all models except GM / Chevy and Tesla are still eligible for the $7500 tax credit in the US. The Honda Clarity Electric is a compliance-level EV with only 89 miles of range for $36,000 - perfect in 2011, but embarrassingly inadequate for anything but relatively short city commuting in 2019. The VW e-Golf is also more of a compliance-level vehicle, with just 119 miles of range, also for $36,000. But VW has a slew of new electric vehicles around the bend, from the ID.3 (mid-2020) with 205 to 340 miles of range and starting at around $33,000, to not yet announced products like the return of the microbus (ID.Buzz) for around $40,000 (projected), the cool dune buggy (ID.Buggy), a crossover SUV (the ID.Crozz), a sedan (the ID.Vizzion), and a larger SUV (the ID.Roomzz). They are also building out a nationwide fast charging network called Electrify America as part of a lawsuit settlement with the US government, but unlike the Tesla Supercharger network, it is compatible with every EV on the market (Tesla vehicles require a ChaDeMo adapter). The Hyundai Ioniq lift back has only a last-gen 124 mile range at around $30,000, but is notable for being one of the most energy efficient EVs on the market this year. It’s also available as a plug-in hybrid with 29 miles of electric (630 miles combined) range for about $25,000. Better, perhaps, is the newer Hyundai Kona Electric, with 258 miles of range for around $36,000. The updated BMW i3 raises the range of this popular high-roof hatchback to 153 miles, enough for comfortably getting around in a large city but still not enough for long trips, for around $44,000. A 50 mile gasoline range extender is optional, bumping the price to $48,000. The BMW i4 is expected sometime in 2021 with around a 325 mile range, but the price is unknown. The Audi E-tron is a mid-size luxury crossover SUV with 204 miles of range, barely breaking the rather arbitrary 200 mile range defining a road-trip capable EV. Prices start around $75,000. The Bollinger B2 electric pickup truck, at the premium price of $125,000 for around 200 miles of range, is scheduled for deliver in late 2020. It’s definitely a monster of a truck, though! The Nissan Leaf Plus is an extended range version of one of the first EVs to hit the market (I own the 2012 SL model, fondly named Wattzn). The Plus is able to travel 226 miles at a starting price around $36,500. Beware, though, that the batteries are still not climate controlled - earlier models like mine famously suffer accelerated range loss in hot climates like my Texas. The Jaguar iPace has a 234 mile range, and won the 2019 Car of the Year award in Europe. It costs around $86,000, but you do get the joy of the Jaguar badging for the extra cash. The Kia Niro EV costs much less, around $38,500 for 238 miles of range. A similar option in a more distinctive (or controversial) styling is the Kia Soul EV, with 243 miles of range, starting around $34,000. The updated Chevy Bolt raises its range to 259 miles, enough for some modest road trips, for around $36,000. The Porsche Taycan is a bit higher end, both in nameplate and capability, with 256 miles of range and a fancy $185,000 price tag. It is most famous for its 800V batteries (most EVs use 400V batteries) that can halve recharge times at the (still rare) enhanced fast chargers, while remaining compatible with all CCS chargers nationwide. Ford has announced the Mustang Mach E all-electric SUV (?) for late 2020, with up to 300 miles of range and starting at $44,000 for a shorter range model [EDIT 31 Dec 2019: The 2020 First Edition reservations are now sold out]. Having driven a Mustang convertible for many years, they need only make the roof optional to persuade me! Of course, Ford still sells the Ford Fusion plug-in hybrid, with 26 electric miles (550 combined miles) for about $35,000. They are also teasing an electric F-150 pickup truck. Rivian, a new EV startup, has announced the 5 passenger Rivian R1T electric truck and 7 passenger Rivian R1S SUV, with 240 to 410 miles of range, starting at $69,000 and $72,500, respectively. Delivery is promised for late 2020. The Tesla Model 3 is tearing up the sales charts, perhaps actually outselling comparable gasoline-powered competitors depending on your classification scheme. As expected, it has plenty of range - up to 322 miles - and is supported by the exceptionally reliable nationwide Supercharger network (which nation? well, almost all of them!). Prices start around $39,500 for the 250 mile range model, while the long-range model is about $48,500. Tesla has announced but won’t ship until 2020 the Tesla Model Y SUV, similar to the 3 but with up to 7 seats, with 300 miles of range for about $48,000; the new Tesla Roadster, also for 2020 with 620 miles of range (!) and 1.7 second 0 to 60 mph specs for about $200,000; and the distinctive (or controversial) 6 passenger Tesla CyberTruck, with up to 500 miles of range at $70,000 but starting at $40,000 for the 200 mile range model for late 2021 (full disclosure: We’ve reserved a CyberTruck). The Tesla Model S (373 miles of range for about $80,000) and Tesla Model X (328 miles of range with seating for 7 for about $85,000), as well as their more expensive high-performance variants, remain on sale, but are receiving only incremental updates going forward.

Future electric cars: upcoming battery-powered cars that will be on the roads within the next 5 years, really?

Electric cars are already a mainstay on the roads, with a growing number of all-electric models being available to buy right now . The electric effect is now in full force, with established brands committing to offering a wider range of pure electric cars in the future, while those who depend heavily on diesel are seeing sales falter - with a deadline of 2035 in regions like the UK to halt sales in combustion cars. Prices are falling, models are diversifying and it's all going hand-in-hand with increased investment and roll-out of charging networks . But what electric cars are coming? Let's take a closer look at what you can expect to see hitting the roads in the next few years. JEEP Jeep Wrangler BEV Concept Jeep has teased an all-electric Wrangler. Thanks to a site looking forward to the future of Jeep , we now know that the brand is looking at an electric offroader. Not much is declared about the plans, but it does say more will be revealed at the Easter Jeep Safari. HYUNDAI Hyundai Ioniq 5 Hyundai has teased images of its forthcoming Ioniq 5. The Ioniq 5 is said to be based on the Hyundai 45 concept that was shown at the 2019 Frankfurt motorshow. It's expected to be a new E-GMP based battery electric vehicle and promised to get a world premiere in February 2021. KIA Kia future electric cars Kia has confirmed that there will be a new next-gen battery electric vehicle announced in early 2021. It will sit on the E-GMP platform, have a crossover-inspired design and over 500km of range. It will be the first launch under the new Kia branding and we suspect it will the car internally known as the Kia CV and closely related to the forthcoming Hyundai Ioniq 5. RENAULT Renault 5 Prototype When in doubt, roll in nostalgia. That seems to be the approach that Renault wants to take, showing off an prototype of an electric Renault 5. We've all got fond memories of this classic, and it would go head-to-head with the Mini Electric and the Honda e as a compact EV for urban dwellers. Please Renault, please, please, please reinvent the Renault 5. MOTOR1 Audi Q4 e-tron Audi unveiled two versions of the Q4 concept - the e-tron and the Sportback . It's very much following the lead of the original e-tron model, offering two styles of electric SUV in smaller sizes than the existing model. That will expand the range towards Q5 size. A range of 279 miles is claimed from an 82kWh battery for the Quattro models, a rear-wheel drive only model should hit 310 miles. We're expecting to see more of the Q4 e-tron later in 2020, with the Sportback due in 2021 - and already spotted in camouflage out testing. BMW BMW iX BMW has announced its flagship electric SUV, the BMW iX . This is the production model of the long-tease iNext, now appearing more like an electric X5 in terms of size. It promises a number of configurations, with 300 mile range, all-wheel drive and a 500ps model. There's a refreshed interior design too, so it feels like something of a continuation of the BMW i3. HYUNDAI Hyundai Kona Electric Hyundai has announced a refreshed version of the Kona Electric , due on the roads in 2021. While the underpinnings remain similar - it will still give impressive 300 mile range and come in two battery sizes - there's been a refresh to the interior and the exterior to make this car look a little more like an EV. No word on pricing, but we expect it to compeitive. GMC Hummer EV There's an electric Hummer coming that promises to be a capable as combustion version. Hummer is throwing in loads of tech and loads of power, wanting to rival the Tesla Cybertruck. There's 350 miles of range promised and a super-fast 350kW charging, while the motors will deliver 1000hp and a 0-60 time of 3 seconds. There's full visibility with cameras under the body, as well as the ability to drive diagonally, thanks to all-wheel steering. Production won't start until late 2021. DACIA Dacia Spring The Dacia Spring is now an official prodcution car. Aimed at the affordable end of the market, it has a range of 140 miles, rugged urban looks, and 44hp. It's designed as a mass market EV for city dwellers. There's no word on pricing, and we also don't know if it's coming to the UK. POLESTAR Polestar Precept The Polestar Precept was a concept design, but Polestar has announced that it's going to put it into production. It's going to be aimed at the premium end of the market, with grand coupe lines and the promise not just of zero tailpipe emissions - but of an environmentally conscious approach to all the materials used in the car. BMW BMW i4 The BMW i4 is due for launch in 2020 and will sit on the same fifth-gen eDrive system as the BMW i3X and the iX. The model is what might expect from a BMW Gran Coupe, but with massive teeth and the details of the eDrive system have already been confirmed. There will be an 80kWh battery that will charge at 150kW and give a range up to 370 miles. The motors will produce 530bhp, giving a 0-62mph time of 4 seconds and a top speed of 125mph. It looks and sounds exactly what you want your mid-range BMW saloon to produce. It will be on the roads in 2021 - but there's also been a tease of an M Performance model . VW VW ID.4 The VW ID.4 is official, the German company's second electric model, this time in compact SUV form. There will be several versions of the ID.4 with 310 miles on the top model, starting as a rear-wheel drive model and expanding to be all-wheel drive in the future. There's no price or exact date on the ID.4, but we can expect to see it in 2021. POCKET-LINT Porsche Macan Porsche has announced that the Macan is going to move to being pure electric - meaning that Porsche will have an electric SUV. It will join the luxury ranks of SUV EVs with a performance leaning, using the 800-volt system Porsche is using in the Taycan, and sitting on the PPE platform adapted from Audi. Not a lot else is being said at the moment, but the shifting of the Macan to electric shows real diversification of the Porsche portfolio. It is expected on the roads in 2022. FORD Ford has promised that there will be an electric F-150 on the roads in 2022. That's going to hit the US market in the big way. Ford hasn't said much about its plans, except that it doesn't want to compromise on the performance that the F-150 offers. SKODA Skoda Enyaq iV Skoda's first electric SUV is the Enyaq iV and it's going to be closely related to the VW ID.4, both sitting on the same platform. Three battery capacities and five power levels mean a range of options, although not all will come to all markets. Prices will start from £33.450 in the UK for the 242 miles range model. It will be on the road in 2021. NISSAN Nissan Ariya Nissan's latest electric car is the Ariya . It was originally unveiled as a concept in 2019, but has made its way to production practically unchanged. It's an SUV, sitting in the space between the Qashqai and the X-Trail. The Ariya will offer two battery sizes and a number of different motor configurations, as well as options for two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. With prices starting from an estimated £40,000, it's expected on the roads in 2021. BMW BMW iX3 No longer a concept, the BWM iX3 is the electric version of the X3, meaning you can how get an emission-free BMW SUV. It's a major step, with BMW moving into the mainstream, offering 285 miles from an 80kWh battery. It will first be launching in China 2020, with global roll-out in 2021. VAUXHALL Vauxhall Mokka-e Vauxhall has announced the second-gen Mokka , launching an electric version from the off. It will have a 50kW battery and promises over 200 miles of range. There will be 100kWh charging and a refreshed design, showing the new face of Vauxhall. It's an exciting change, slotting right into the competitive crossover space and it's great to see another EV in this space. It will be available from late summer 2020, price to be confirmed. AUDI Audi Artemis Audi has setup a special working group, called Artemis , with the aim of creating a highly-efficient electric car. The new group has been designed to work autonomously with plenty of freedom, with a target date of 2024 for a new vehicle. It's being headed up by Alex Hitzinger, formerly working on the Apple car project, and previously with some of the biggest names in motorsports. We're expecting something that pops out of the Audi template here, so watch this space. SAIC MOTORS MG 5 MG has said that it's bringing an electric estate car to the UK as soon as it can open showrooms again. Currently there are no electric estates so this fills a small gap in the options available, likely to appeal to those needing accessible load space and dog walkers. It looks to be based on the Chinese Roewe Ei5, and we're expecting a 52.5kWh battery and range of 260 miles. BMW BMW i7 BMW has confirmed that the next-generation of BMW 7 Series will include an all-electric version. It's not going to be exclusively electric as there will be petrol, diesel and hybrid versions too - but there's talk of two versions, the i7 and the i7S. The latter is expect to have a 120kWh battery, 660hp and a range of 320 miles. BMW is serious about electric cars and there's a lot in the pipeline - the BMW i7 will take things to the luxury level. RENAULT Renault Twingo ZE Renault has made one of its cutest cars electric in the Twingo ZE . This compact urban car is designed to keep the price down, with a 22kWh battery - good for 250km (143 miles) - and a 60kW motor, that will whisk you from 0-30mph in 4 seconds, perfect for city driving. There's no word on the price, but we've already heard it's not coming to the UK. FIAT Fiat 500 The Fiat 500 has been relaunched as an electric model, getting a redesign over the 2007 model that's been really popular. Now there's a 42kWh battery and 87kW motor, claiming 0-62mph in 9 seconds, but 0-30 in 3.1 seconds. It supports charging up to 85kW and will give you 199 miles of range (WLTP). There's four seats, lots of options (including convertible) and it's available to order from £29,000. TESLA Tesla Cybertruck If you wanted a vision of the future, then Tesla may have delivered it. Unveiling the Cybertruck , this is Elon Musk's promised pickup truck, with dual cab and then a loading bay at the rear. The Cybertruck is eye-catching with its unusual angular design. On the practical front it will come in three different versions with 250+, 300+ or 500+ miles of range, with the top model, a tri-motor version promising a 0-60mph time of 2.9 seconds. Tesla doesn't do things by half. It's available for pre-order now, deliveries expected from 2021. VW GROUP VW ID. Space Vizzion VW had long said it was going to have a full family of ID electric cars and the Space Vizzion is what you get when you pull together an electric estate or station wagon. It's quite the looker we can't help thinking and while many are focusing on SUV or crossover models, the lower and longer effect that you get from a wagon could do wonders for the performance of this EV, not to mention the boot space. It's a concept for now, but we're expecting this electric Passat (did we say that?) to be available in 2021. VW is saying 300 miles of range which isn't quite the 600 miles you'll get from the diesel, but we don't have to drive that far to walk the dog, so we'll all cope. FISKER Fisker Ocean Fisker is trying to shake things up with a range of luxury electric cars. The Fisker Ocean got an official unveiling in January 2020 - although it's not due on the road until 2022. It will use recycled and vegan materials, have an 80kWh battery and a range of 250-300 miles. Fisker wants to compete with Tesla with a 0-60 time of less than 3 seconds, but the big unique feature is the option for a full-length solar roof to help charge the battery. POCKET-LINT Electric Range Rover There's a fully electric Range Rover in the works, going under the name of Road Rover, because it's going to be slightly more road-centric than some of the other Range Rovers. It's supposed to sit between the Velar and the Evoque in terms of size, so it sounds a lot like the Jaguar i-Pace. Not much is currently known about what it might offer or when it might appear. POCKET-LINT Seat El-Born Seat is joining the electric car movement with the El-Born , named after a region of Barcelona. The car sits on VW's MEB platform and is due to arrive in 2020, getting its first appearance at the Geneva International Motorshow in 2019. Seat is looking at a 420km range (260 miles), with a 0-62kpm time of 7.5 seconds. There will be 204PS from the 150kW motor and a 62kWh battery. CUPRA Cupra El-Born Cupra - now a separate brand from Seat - has its own version of the el-Born. It also has the same name, Cupra El-Born , which doesn't really aid its cause of being seen as a separate entity. It has sporty looks, a custom chassis control and claims of 310 miles from the 82kW battery. POCKET-LINT Byton M-Byte Byton originally showed off an SUV EV concept , with broad ambitions for a start-up in the EV segment. That has now matured into the Byton M-Byte, with production getting started and looking to get on the road in mid-2020 - in China at least. The price of €54,000 sounds fairly aggressive, but there's little telling what verison that's for. There are two- or all-wheel drive options, with the latter claiming a 270 mile range. Most of the conversation is about the huge 43-inch display curving across the interior, however. POCKET-LINT Lotus Evija The Lotus Type 130 or Evija as it is called, is an all-electric hypercar limited to just 130 models, but paving the way for future production cars from Lotus. It has been designed for maximum performance, with 2000PS and a 70kWh battery that aims to give 250 miles of range. However, the car will offer blistering acceleration, and while Lotus hasn't given final figures, it'll hit 186mph in under 9 seconds. This car will cost £2 million pounds and preorders are open, asking for a £250,000 deposit. POCKET-LINT Lightyear One The Lightyear One is a luxury saloon that adds solar panels to the roof and bonnet of the car, aiming to give the owner a boost from the sun all the time - even when driving. While much of the car is conventional for an EV, the additional solar panels will give a 12km range boost per hour (in good light). That might mean free charging while parked at the beach - although in winter you'll have to charge it more. However, the asking price for the limited run Lightyear One will be €119,000, so going solar comes at a price. POCKET-LINT Audi e-tron GT concept Unveiled at the LA Auto Show 2018, the Audi e-tron GT Concept showcases Audi's future electric sportscar. This is a four seater, powered by the same batteries as the existing e-tron models and sharing a lot with the Porsche Taycan. Audi has been quite open about the co-development of the e-tron GT and the Taycan, and we're expecting a lot of technical similarities. The performances stats currently suggest an 800V charging system, 0-62mph in 3.5 seconds and a range of 248 miles. There's a vegan interior on the Concept model, with Audi saying that it wants to push the eco message even further. The Audi e-tron GT Concept will be hitting the roads in 2020. POCKET-LINT Rivian RS1 Rivian wants to join the EV movement with this offroader of its own. It's designed to tackle the great outdoors, boasting a wading depth of 3ft and 0-60mph time of 3 seconds. Why you'd need to go so fast offroad, we'll never know. Rivian is a newcomer to the EV space, showing off its cars for the first time at the LA Auto Show in 2018 - there's also a truck/pickup version - and is available for pre-order for a $1000 deposit. We'd be tempted to wait until these are actually on the road before parting with any money. POCKET-LINT BMW i5 BMW unveiled the i Vision Dynamics concept coupe at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2017. It previews a mid-sized saloon car, in the BMW i range that's likely to be called i5 when it launches in 2021. It's bigger than the company's 3-Series saloon, but smaller than a 5-Series and designed to sit between the i3 and i8 in the electric BMW i range. The family-sized car will be capable of reaching 60mph in under 4 seconds, go on to a speed over 120mph and be able to last up to 372 miles on a single charge. Let's hope it arrives with the same futuristic design displayed on the concept version. POCKET-LINT Faraday Future FF91 A huge question mark hangs over the striking FF91. The company has been through ups and downs, but managed to showcase pre-production drivable models in 2020. The FF-91 has a huge 126-inch wheelbase, but that makes for a huge interior. The panoramic sunroof, rear and side windows use Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal Glass, which passengers can tap on to tint the windows and let less light in. Don't expect to get a conventional rear-view mirror inside, as Faraday Future has replaced it with a widescreen monitor instead. The 1,050bhp electric power unit will accelerate to 60mph in 2.39-seconds and will have a driving range between 378 and 435 miles. Faraday Future says the battery can be completely recharged in 1 hour. POCKET-LINT ID Buzz and Cargo Concept The ID Buzz is due to go on sale in 2022. It references VW's historic Microbus and will able to seat up to eight people, with an interior that can be constantly changed around. There's also a Cargo Concept, which may well get launched before any passenger model arrives, with the rising demand for clean first and last mile transport. Two electric motors will give the ID Buzz a total power output of 369bhp to propel it to 60mph in around 5-seconds. It will be limited to a top speed of 100mph, will have four-wheel drive and a 372 mile driving range. You will be able to recharge the battery to 80 per cent, which VW says will be enough for 298 miles of travel, in 30 minutes.

Which is the best electric cars in India?

Please study the following first before opting for any EV: Real time (preferably all weather) range of the vehicles: Kona (international Lite edition): 385 Km real range for a Mumbai based resident; best car you can buy. MG ZS EV: Not as efficient as the Kona (does less range on a bigger battery pack, 300 km city range, 277 Km highway range. Check Motoroctane’s 1550 Km Mumbai to Delhi travel on this vehicle. Tata Nexon EV: the most affordable product from Tata house after Tigor EV. This one provides 200–250 Km real time range. Get to know some hidden truths from the designer of Nexon Electric from this video: Review of Nexon electric: Price point offered: You cannot afford BMW i3, Jaguar iPace, EQC, Audi e-Tron. They are very very expensive unless you are earning a lot of money. Try the others, may be you can go for them. Miscellaneous points: Home AC wall charger needs a 3 phase connection (min 5 kW, 415 V) at your garage or wherever you would be parking. So get this connection points drawn by your electricity company. If you do not wish to use the wall charger, at least get a 16 Ampere single phase (3 pin) socket installed with its own miniature circuit breaker, designed to trip if excess current is drawn from the plug. The MCB should have allowance to trip at over current condition not exceeding 5% above rated input current of charger. Mahindra e2o Plus has been discontinued as it does not meet crash test norms. It has been replaced with e-KUV 100. The KUV 100 electric has a very bad range for an EV; at 120 km real time and is now available for commercial consumers at 8.25 Lakhs ex-sh. Add another 1.5 Lakhs for personal consumer as subsidy is not offered under FAME - II scheme. It can meet your city requirement if you can fully charge the battery twice or thrice a week. As a city or second car, both e-verito and Tigor EVs make a good choice, with Tigor EV being the better among the two, since real time range of e-verito is around 150 Km at best in city, but it is 200–210 Km for Tigor EV. The facelifted Tigor EV is slightly more costlier than pre-facelift version. The Tigor EV pre-facelift edition comes between 10.47 Lakhs to 10.75 Lakhs ex-sh in India, and e-verito is a little dearer. Availability of DC fast chargers or nearby showroom of company where AC or DC fast charger may be available, go for that maker having the better showroom network advantage. And keep track of showrooms, because until infra develops you will need them as a paid service during longer trips. If you don’t have fast chargers, then go for electric two wheelers, where lot of options are available. Driving requirement: Go electric only when you tend to drive more, that is when you make greater savings. This is due to the fact that the more you drive an electric the more you save compared to a oil guzzler. After-sales service: This needs to be readily available. In short: A. If you drive in city, choose either of e-verito or e-KUV 100. They are good second cars. B. If you are environment conscious, and need to drive mostly in city, go for the Tigor EV. C. If you have greater requirement of driving; like more than 2000 Km per month, then any of the other electric cars can very well replace a diesel car. Else if you need a car, go for petrol or electric two wheeler. D. If you don’t have easy fast charger access, go for electric two wheeler; if that is preferable. Electric two wheelers do not need fast chargers. A simple 5 (or 6 Amp) socket is enough. E. If you have solar rooftop connection, definitely go for electric and you SHOULD replace your oil guzzler with that.

What are some mind-blowing facts about Tesla Motors?

This may not be a FACT per say, but it definitely is mind blowing. Many may agree, and many more will disagree… But Tesla made a market for cars out of literally nothing, and then revolutionized that market, and then revolutionized the mainstream gasoline car market. Lets rewind back to 2008, when Tesla almost failed. They had a “meh” car in terms of performance. It was good for an electric car, but with the limitations and lack of infrastructure, it was more or less a toy than it was a sports car. Then they released the Model S, which broke hard-to-please Consumer Reports’ rating system, achieving 103 points out of a possible 100. During this time, many millions of dollars (a high price to pay for a small company at the time) were spent developing the Tesla supercharger network and the next Tesla car, the Tesla Model X. All the while, Tesla is revolutionizing the way people think about electric cars, solar power, traditional dealerships, and DC fast charging. Soon after the Model X, the Model 3 was released for PRE-ORDER. This meant that you could pay Tesla $1,000 for a car you had NEVER sat in or even seen in person. Tesla even said that you wouldn’t see this car for another two years. That meant that people who were in the market for an affordable Tesla, people who did NOT have money the way Model S/X/Roadster owners did, were given the “opportunity” to give Tesla one thousand dollars for a car they wouldn’t see in their garage for AT LEAST two years. Many said it would never happen. Even more said it was the biggest scam at the time. Yet, more than 400,000 people paid that deposit. What? 400,000 people paid to wait in line for new technology from a start-up company that they wouldn’t see in their possession for at least two years, if at all? Yep. Seriously. All this time, electric cars were taken as a joke by just about everybody. Who can blame them? Before Tesla, the “hottest” electric car we had was the Prius, and the Volt. Both of which were slow, ugly, and not true electric cars anyway. Now was about the time BMW, Mercedes Benz, GM, and others started to think about and announce their answer for the most-reserved product in a single night. It prompted GM to rush the Bolt, their answer to the Model 3. Here is where my opinions take hold of this “fact” GM would have NEVER come out with the Bolt as fast as they did had it not been for the Model 3. Jaguar the same with their I-Pace. Porsche the same with their Taycan. Mercedes-Benz the same with their EQC. Kia the same with their Soul EV. Hyundai the same with their Kona. Honda the same with their Clarity. Audi the same with their E-Tron. Even Volkswagen! Notice how, when Tesla captures people’s attention with EVs, all of a sudden these big manufacturers come out with an electric car “just because”. Coincidence? I think not. Hell, the I-Pace tried to be so much like the Tesla Model X that they made up their own software update feature, drag raced the two, and even partnered with Google for self-driving to compete with Tesla’s Autopilot. The Porsche Taycan was seen tested against the Tesla Model S by up mountain roads, and not even the big bad P100D, but the older P85D models. Nearly every time Volkswagen mentions their own electric car, they compare it to Tesla’s cars. Think about that. Volkswagen was one of the largest car companies in the world. They made their first car over 70 years ago. And they’re catching up to a company that made their first car 10 years ago, whose CEO knew nothing about cars and had no experience in this industry prior. The most mind blowing fact is that Tesla, a startup company, sent SEVERAL billion dollar manufacturers scrambling for an answer to something they didn’t think would exist. Tesla created it’s own market, then stole from other markets. They OUTSOLD BMW and Mercedes Benz. Both companies have many cars, while Tesla only has 3! So the fact that Tesla single-handedly forced companies that have not innovated to all of a sudden change is a fact that blows my mind.

What do people not like about the Tesla model 3?

I can’t speak for everyone, but I’ll speak from my personal point of view. And I want to preface this by saying that the Model 3 is a very nice car, but you asked for the negatives. These are the problems I had with it: It was smaller than what I was looking for - I was looking at it as a trade-up for the Chevy Volt that I had and really liked. No gas engine to accomodate means a lot more interior room, and the pictures online made the rear-seat look cavernous compared to the Volt (of course). I really liked the Volt, but I have a 6 year old, so I was looking at options. When we got to the showroom and sat in it, it was clear right away that it wasn’t noticeably bigger than the Volt for rear seat, and maybe actually smaller. Price - yes, it’s a Tesla, and they’re trying to position themselves as a luxury sport equivalent along the lines of an Audi or BMW. The problem is, the big performance that you feel is kind of inherent in electric motors period. If you test drive a Volt (or Bolt) and compare to Tesla Model 3, it’s hard to see $15k more worth of car there. There’s just not. If it were a $3k premium for the model 3, okay, probably. At $5k it’s tough to justify - at $15k-20k we’re too far apart to even talk. The front end - the front bumper cover looks like someone is trying to smother a regular car by pulling a sheet of plastic over its face. It looks like a horror movie filmed in the World of Disney’s Cars. It kinda works on the new Model S, but on the model 3 it’s too far gone. The message is to think of it like a Porsche front end, but it’s not. Round the front more and make it less tall, make the lip more pronounced. Just adding the little lip like the Model S has would make a huge difference. According to my wife, if you squint and catch just the right color at just the right angle, the best it ever gets is ‘acceptable’. I don’t like it, she absolutely hates it, and considers it in the same league as the Nissan Cube. Center tablet. This just looks like an iPad glued to the dashboard. If you’re going to do this, just make a casing and let me use a real iPad with an app, it’ll be cheaper for you to produce and cheaper for me to replace. I’m sorry, this is just really cheap looking. At least one person was pulled over for having a laptop open in his field of view and had to prove it was attached to the car. This is a fad not peculiar to Tesla, but this is maybe the worst implementation of it I’ve seen. Lack of gauges in front of you - This is related to the center tablet. I get it, you made it cheaper to produce by only having to make one dashboard for left hand and right hand drive models. Just like the Toyota Echo did. Except the Toyota Echo was under $10k. Right now you’re doing good to get a Model 3 less than $50k out the door after taxes and fees. That’s not acceptable. Why not make a dash that has a decorative panel on it, then you can use the same instrument cluster on both sides, and just put a decorative panel over the other? Or you know what? GIVE ME A Heads Up Display. If people already get into accidents because they’re looking over to play with the radio, you’ve now forced them to look over there constantly just to see how fast they’re going. If you projected the speed and range in front of me at all times, then I could tolerate it maybe. Without it, this is dumb. (Maybe) The dashboard itself is like an art piece. I can’t tell if I like it or not, it definitely will inspire conversation. It looks like something out of a speedboat more than a car. The full width vent is an interesting concept, but without having to live with it, I can’t say for sure how I’d feel about it. My initial thought sitting in it was “That’s… weird.” Perceived Value - this is similar to price but not quite. The problem is, say that you feel this is a great car and you don’t mind the other things that are pointed out, the looks, the lack of gauges, etc. By the end of 2019, the $35k version is going to be out. Even though that’s a ways out for now, it’s going to happen while you’re still making payments for sure. Even now, more so when that happens, it’s always going to be ‘the cheap Tesla’. And it’s definitely not cheap! It’s still a good car, don’t get me wrong! But to put it in a different perspective for car people out there, remember the Porsche 944? Exactly. Actual Value - this was the showstopper for me. Go to the configurator. Pick out a Model 3 - Dual Motor - 19″ wheels - any color except for base black - upgraded interior - add AutoPilot. As of today, the price for this is $50,200 AFTER savings. (That’s if you get it within the next 2 weeks, if it’s delivered in January, the price goes up $3750) BEFORE the savings, that’s $62,000. So instead, I bought a certified pre-owned Model S, through Tesla - dual motor, not-black, 19″ wheels, upgraded interior, upgraded interior lighting, with AutoPilot, with 22k miles, 4 year warranty (just like the new ones), INCLUDES unlimited Supercharging. There’s a small ding in one door, and a scratch under the front lip where someone scraped the parking curb. I spent $52,000, and I don’t mind saying, that’s not the deal of a lifetime, that’s about average, and there were plenty of options for me at that price. Would you pay an extra $1,800 to have a fully-loaded Model S instead of a Model 3? Even though you’re not the first owner? I would. The Model S backseat IS cavernous, it has a REAL gauge cluster (did you know part of the gauge cluster shows your nav route when you’re using nav? I didn’t and that’s really cool), it has a dashboard that doesn’t look like it came out of a speedboat, and it has the front end that my wife and I both like best. The Model 3 is a good car, but I just don’t think it’s worth it right now. If you’re after electric at a $35–40k price point, look at the Chevy Bolt/Volt, the VW e-Golf, Audi A3 e-Tron, the Honda Clarity, the Hyundai Sonata-whatever it is —or wait until the cheaper Model 3 comes (and then cross shop, it may still not be as good a deal as the others). If you’re fine paying at the $50k price point, buy a used Model S or Model X - pretty much anything under 30k miles gets a 4 year warranty like new rather than the 2 year, and now you’re buying a $80k car for $25–30k less. If you simply MUST have new, and are fine paying $54k (because you won’t get it before the end of December at this point) for a car that’s going to be available for almost $20,000 less than that by the end of the year, then I don’t think you’ll be unhappy with the car at all. It’s a good car, and it’s proof that you can drive electric and not compromise… it just wasn’t a good deal for me.

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