QOTW: What should be the minimum range for an electric car?
13 October 2017  Parm Mann


It was fascinating to hear whether or not your next car will be electric,
and for those of you who are thinking of making the switch (or have done
already), there's another question that's ripe for debate: what should be
the minimum range for an electric car?

There are now a fair few models that promise a range of over 100 miles - the
2017 Nissan Leaf will do 107, the BMW i3 manages 114 and the Volkswagen
e-Golf promises 125 miles - while premium models such as the upcoming Tesla
Model 3 offer a range of at least 215 miles ...
[© 2017]
Does Chevy Bolt have the ideal range for an electric vehicle?
Oct. 15, 2017  - Tesla CEO Elon Musk once said his company's electric cars
might hit almost 750 miles on a charge by 2020, but experts say the sweet
spot is ...
List of electric cars currently available ...
BMW             i3              183 km (114 mi)
Chevrolet       Bolt EV 383 km (238 mi)
Hyundai         Ioniq   169–250 km (105–155 mi)
Tesla   Model S         539 km (335 mi) (P100D)
VW      e-Golf          190 km (118 mi) ...

2017 electric cars with more than 100 miles of range (updated)
Sep 20, 2017 ... A 100-mile range now appears to be the minimum requirement
for success in the field of mass-market electric cars, but soon even that
may not be adequate ...
2017 Tesla Model 3: 310 miles
Chevrolet Bolt EV: 238 miles
2018 Nissan Leaf will be rated at 150 miles
2017 Volkswagen e-Golf: 125 miles
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric: 124 miles
2017 Ford Focus Electric: 115 miles
2017 BMW i3: 114 miles
How much electric-car range is 'enough'? 300 miles much better than ...
Aug 24, 2017 - Electric-car drivers know that range anxiety abates quickly
once you start using an electric car and get confident with its abilities
... Sweet spot in electric-car battery range, from Autolist survey (14,500
individuals, issued Aug 2017) ...

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