The first-ever electric car prototype was unveiled into the market long ago. In 1997, General Motors released the EV1, which created ripples in the automotive industry, promising a 70-100 miles range on a full charge. Now decades later, the EV1 is gone, but Tesla Motors has managed to hold its place as the number 1 electric car retail brand.Reading Time: 3 minutes
Here are some of the cars anticipated to release this year, with excellent mileage figures and outstanding features:
1. Tesla Model X Long Range
Coming up first on our list is the brand-new model Tesla will be releasing soon in 2021. The Tesla X long-range is more extensive and faster than its previous congeners.
As of now, the Tesla X is easily the world’s only electric vehicle with the longest-running mileage on one charge, that is, 360 miles per charge.
Combined with an astounding mph of 0-60 in just 3.8 seconds with a sleek aerodynamic style, the brand new model packs a punch. However, you need to pay a staggering £64,647 to be able to own this beauty.
2. Tesla Model 3 Long Range
If you’re looking to buy one of Tesla’s signature electronic vehicle models but are short on budget, the Model 3 long range is the perfect choice to make.
Priced at a reasonable £33757, the model 3 is an excellent compact sedan for daily use. The vehicle gives an excellent running mileage of 353 miles per charge and a good mph of 0-60 in just 4.2 seconds. All in all, it is the kind of car that promises good value for every dollar spent.
3. Ford Mustang Mach E
Different from what most Ford cars offer, the Mustang Mach-E is once again a superb electric vehicle coming from a reliable automotive company for £30,815. The extended range rear-wheel-drive California model has managed to earn an EPA estimated 305 miles per single charge but falls short of the mph range, providing a 0-60 in 6.1 seconds. All in all, it’s a good alternative if you can let go of the mileage and speed.
4. Nissan Ariya
If we are happy about one thing, it is seeing Nissan venturing into the world of electric vehicles. Huge coming from a company with decades of experience, reliability, and customer satisfaction. The Nissan Ariya will be Nissan’s second electronic vehicle, all set to be released this year. The car boasts of an EPA estimated 300 miles range per charge, equipped with an 87 kWh battery. At a nominal price range of £28,735, all of these features have certainly caught our attention and raised our expectations.
5. Karma GSe-6
The karma GSE-6 exists only in trailers and teasers as of now, as it is all set to release this year, with production lines set to start at the end of 2021. At first glance, this sedan looks promising, with an estimated 300 miles per charge at a price tag of £57,464. We are optimistic about its release and how well it runs in the market.
And there you have it, folks! A comprehensive guide for all the tech-savvy individuals out there looking to buy the best mileage vehicles. Keep an eye out for these new releases.