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2024 Mercedes AMG C63 SE has Some New Significant Changes?
2024 Mercedes AMG C63 SE has Some New Significant Changes?

New Mercedes AMG C63 SE Overview Since its introduction, the Mercedes-AMG C63 has been known as a feisty little bruiser because of the manufacturer’s ability to pack a great amount of V8 power into the car’s compact premium chassis. However, the C63 must adapt to the new era. Despite the fact that the 2024 model […]

What is CNG Car, Is CNG Better than Gasoline Cars?
What is CNG Car, Is CNG Better than Gasoline Cars?

What is CNG Car? You may read a lot of articles online that will give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about whether or not to invest in a CNG vehicle. What is CNG car, Why is it better than other cars? How to get a CNG car in your […]

New Koenigsegg CC850: Get a Full Review
New Koenigsegg CC850: Get a Full Review

New Koenigsegg CC850 Overview Few companies can match Koenigsegg’s level of originality, innovation, and clout. The new Koenigsegg CC850 is the ultimate supercar. Get the full story on this incredible car. What started as a small Swedish boutique car manufacturer is now one of the driving forces for innovation thanks to its incredible technological advances, […]

New Bugatti Mistral $5M Hypercar Already Sold Out?
New Bugatti Mistral $5M Hypercar Already Sold Out?

New Bugatti Mistral Overview To put it simply, the new Bugatti Mistral roadster is the manufacturer’s last model to be powered by the W-16 engine. The new Bugatti Mistral. A modern classic in the making. The roofless Mistral, based on the Chiron coupe, is expected to be the world’s quickest production open-top vehicle, according to […]

Tesla Semi Truck 0-60 mph In Just 5 Seconds, Quickest Truck In The World?
Tesla Semi Truck 0-60 mph In Just 5 Seconds, Quickest Truck In The World?

Tesla Semi Truck 0-60 mph in just 5 seconds? The Truck’s surprise feature was disclosed alongside its remarkable specifications, which included a 500-mile range on a single charge and the ability to operate autonomously in a group of other semis. The manufacturer claims that when the vehicle is not pulling a trailer, it can reach […]

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Electric cars are getting more and more attention. They’re becoming a reality with many government incentives rather than just a dream. And the consumer is curvy too. Fueled by gas prices, the growing awareness of the environment, and the desire for high-performance electric vehicles have left us trying to find out where we stand in this electric car future. All this information is excellent, but what if someone tries to structure it all? I have done so and given you a list of the Top 10 electric cars in 2022 so far.

Top 10 electric cars in 2022 so far

There is a lot of developments that are happening in the field of the electric car industry. Here we listed out the top 10 electric cars in 2022 so far. These cars are capable of traveling 100 miles and above on a single charge.

1. Tesla Roadster

Image by Steve Jurvetson Via Tesla Roadster 2.0 Copyright-free

The Tesla Roadster is a battery-electric vehicle sports car marketed by Tesla Motors, Inc. It was the first highway-legal serial production all-electric automobile to employ lithium-ion battery cells, as well as the first production all-electric vehicle to drive more than 320 kilometers (200 miles) on a single charge. The Roadster is also the fastest production roadster ever made with a 0-60 mph time of 3.7 seconds and fast enough to beat many sports cars even though it only has one seat.

Image by Smnt Via Own work Copyright-free

2. Chevrolet Volt

Chevrolet Bolt all-electric car (left) and Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid (right) exhibited at the 2017 Washington Auto Show, DC Image by Mariordo (Mario Roberto Durán Ortiz) Via Own work Copyright-free

The Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid that can go up to 40 miles on pure electric power before switching to a gas engine for an additional 340 miles of range. It’s designed for commuters who make short trips around town each day, with the ability to drive long distances if needed. In other words, it’s an everyday driver that could take you where you need to go – without using any gasoline at all.

2017 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid car. Straight Back View. Image by MTSRider18 Via Own work Copyright-free

3. Tesla Model S

The front side of a Solid White Tesla Model S is on display at the Pacific Place Mall in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Image by  Ominae Via Own work Copyright-free

This luxury sedan has few direct rivals in terms of performance, style, and range. It can travel 320 miles on a single charge, reach 60 mph in 4 seconds, and is available in three configurations: rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, performance (P85D). Prices start at $71,070 and rise to over $95,000 for fully loaded models.

Tesla model S na Motor Show Poznań 2017. Image by 
Jakub “flyz1” Maciejewski Via Own work Copyright-free

4. Audi Q6 e-Tron

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Audi is the first manufacturer to unveil a production-ready electric SUV, which will hit the market in 2018 and feature a 95 kWh battery pack enabling 400 km of range. The E-Tron will be followed by the Audi Q6 e-Tron Sportback at a later date. As for the Audi Q8, it’s expected to arrive in 2020, but details are scarce so far. The German automaker has partnered with Magna Steyr for the manufacturing of its upcoming electric SUV models.

Image by  AUDI AG Via Audi e-tron quattro concept Copyright-free
Image by  AUDI AG Via Audi e-tron quattro concept Copyright-free

The Audi Q6 e-Tron should have a starting price of around 60,000 euros in Germany.

Image by  AUDI AG Via Audi e-tron quattro concept Copyright-free

5. BMW iX3

BMW iX3 G08 in Stuttgart-Vaihingen. Image by  Alexander Migl Via Own work Copyright-free

This BMW iX3 will really be based on the same platform as the future 2019 BMW X3, codenamed G01/G02, which is set to debut in 2018. In fact, this is probably why BMW decided to call it “i” instead of “e” like they’ve done with all the other EVs so far. The model should feature an 80 kWh battery pack enabling 500 km (310 miles) of range in the NEDC cycle and up to 450 km (280 miles) in the WLTP cycle.

BMW_iX3_G08_FL at IAA 2021. Image by  Alexander Migl Via Own work Copyright-free

Electric cars will cost half of the price of petrol cars in 2022. That’s the prediction of a study carried out by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). It found that, in less than ten years, electric cars will be as affordable as petrol-powered cars and will be even cheaper within the next decade.

Telsa, BMW, and GM are some of the companies developing these types of vehicles. The following is a list of the top 10 electric cars in 2022 so far:

6. Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3 LR in Pearl White with Aero wheels. Image by  Spongebobsqpants Via Own work Copyright-free

Priced at $35,000 (£26,300), this car can travel 215 miles on a single charge. The Model 3 was introduced in 2016, and manufacturing is slated to begin in July 2017.

Tesla Model 3 LR in Pearl White with Aero wheels. Image by  Ominae  Via Own work Copyright-free

7. Volkswagen e-Golf

Tesla Model 3 LR in Pearl White with Aero wheels. Image by  Vauxford Via Own work Copyright-free

Priced at $30,000 (£23,250), this car can travel 186 miles on a single charge. It has battery options of 24kWh and 35kWh.

8. Chevy Bolt

Chevrolet Bolt EV. Image by  Gregory Varnum Via Own work Copyright-free

Priced at $37,500 (£28,200), this car can travel 238 miles on a single charge. The Bolt can go from 0-60mph in 6 seconds and has an electronically limited top speed of 93mph. The battery pack offers 60kWh capacity, and it is connected.

Chevrolet Bolt EV. Image by  Gregory Varnum Via Own work Copyright-free

9. GM Bolt

GM’s Bolt is the first long-range, affordable electric car on the market, with a range of more than 200 miles now available for $37,500. It’s comfortable, has a huge EV-only touchscreen, and has good connectivity. The car is a five-door hatchback that looks like the only thing it might have in common with the Chevrolet Volt is the badge. By 2022, expect more automakers to launch EVs that will compete with this vehicle.

2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV front view from Chevrolet Canada reveal video. by  ChevroletCanada Via ChevroletCanada[YT] Copyright-free

10. BMW i3S

BMW recently presented its electric car series i3 with an extended range of 300 km, now called BMW i3s. The electric car has a battery capacity of 94 Ah (made by Samsung SDI) and is equipped with two electric motors, one in the front and one in the rear axle, like the predecessor version. The BMW i3s has a maximum power output of 170 kW (231 horsepower). The BMW i3s take 5 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h. The highest speed is 160 kilometers per hour.

BMW i3s all-electric car, Image by  Mariordo (Mario Roberto Durán Ortiz) Via Own work Copyright-free

The range is up to 300 km on the WLTP cycle (with an additional 30 percent) and around 280 kilometers in everyday life according to NEDC standard (with an additional 20 percent).

The BMW i3s can be recharged using a fast charger within 45 minutes for 80 percent and within 3 hours for 100 percent of the battery cells. The battery can also be charged at home via a wall connection at a charging power of 11 kW or 3.7 kW by a level 2 charging connector, which then takes about 9 hours for 100 percent charging or about 22 hours for 80 percent loading, respectively.

BMW i3s all-electric car, Image by  Matti Blume Via Own work Copyright-free

I’m sure there will be many car manufacturers that offer electric or full-electric cars in the future. I will include links below to brands I like, and I think they could use a lot more. I hope you enjoy reading!

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