In 2018 the world will have some pretty good choice when it comes to Electrical cars.
The impressive Tesla Model 3, with its long waiting list, the small Renault Zoe or the interesting Opel Ampera-E.
Tesla Model 3
The newest design of the Tesla Company, with its variations: Long Range (300 HP and 444 km – 276 miles range) and the Standard (300 HP and 355 km – 221 miles). The Autonomy of the Model 3 is rather good if considered that this car looks amazing inside and the materials it’s made are premium quality. The Long Range version has an incredible Top Speed of 225 km/h and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.1 seconds. This Large Class Electrical car is on the waiting list of a lot of electrical cars enthusiasts and it will probably be the electrical car of the year.
The Renault engineers developed this small city car with a smaller engine of only 88 HP. The best part about this Renault electrical car is that it’s perfect for crowded cities and the latest technologies from the French company are integrated. Its range goes up to 308 km, more than enough for a city car. The top speed is only 135 km/h with an acceleration of 13.5 seconds. Not impressive, but it’s probably cheaper and better for cities than its counterparts.
The Opel Ampera-E 2018 is a Medium Class Vehicle and has a great autonomy of 517 km or 321 miles. The Opel’s new electrical hatchback has a top speed of 150 km and goes from 0-100 km/h in only 7.3 seconds. Also, it’s innovative electric mobility and increased connectivity makes from the 2018 Ampera-E a great car to invest in, especially if you are interested in Electrical cars. Driving this electrical hatchback is also exiting due its dynamics and new technologies that are in place when developed.
In 2018 the world will probably reach record sales when it comes to electrical and hybrid cars, creating new bases for development and designing of better, stronger and faster electrical cars. More than that, with these three options, Ampera-E, Zoe and Model 3, people will have decent choices and for sure. The infrastructure of charging “stations” will as well develop and it seems that by 2020 we will be able to travel most of Europe without having to worry about the car’s batteries.