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Evolution In Electric Car Charging Solutions

As the popularity of electric cars increases, car makers are preparing to eventually shift production to them. Electric cars have seen a significant rise in their adoption and this has reflected in the increased number of their charging stations. The number of the charging stations will only go up as manufacturers continue to build more having identified it as a potentially lucrative investment. Worldwide all statistics show a big grow in the number of charging stations. However, it’s not enough that electric car charging stations are increasing. It’s also about the charging stations being able to meet all the needs of EV drivers. And if that is to happen in the near future, a lot of improvements have to take place. For one, the types of chargers available at the charging stati...

BMW i4 Unveiled

The long-awaited successor of the BMW i3 electric vehicle, the i4 model, is set to enter production next year after BMW released its concept version on Tuesday. BMW released a concept version of its much anticipated i4 electric vehicle during an online presentation. The car company had originally planned to release the presentation at the popular Geneva Motor Show. But concerns about corona virus lead to the cancellation of the show in its physical format. The organizers instead brought about an online version of the show which BMW participated in. The BMW i4 will succeed the commercially successful i3 model. The i-series is a sub-brand of BMW that was launched in 2011. However, the i4 will be the maker’s first all electric model in the premium midsize class. The arrival of the BMW i...

Top 4 questions about electric cars

Electric cars have already entered the market and more producers are ready to introduce newer models to buyers who are hungry for better and cheaper e-cars. Thousands of articles have been written on the importance and benefits of electric vehicles. But, is the world ready for EVs? Here are four questions to determine the future of electric cars: #1 When Will Electric Cars Become Affordable? The term ‘affordable’ is unclear, let’s just say when will they be as affordable as a standard vehicle? It’s hard to predict but looking at the changing scenario, we can say it’s very much possible. Electric vehicles include some very expensive parts, the most important of which is the battery. It’s not only expensive to buy but it can be very costly to run and maint...

Most Buyers Enjoy Electric Vehicles

If you’re thinking about getting an e-vehicle, then AAA has some good news for you. According to a report published by AAA, owning an electric vehicles costs only about $600 more (per year) than owning a conventional car. This is very important because EV’s are considered a lot more expensive to own than traditional cars. What Does the Report Say According to the report, most EV owners were not sure about purchasing their first electric vehicle. Most had concerns such as a lack of charging stations and inability to cover long distances. While the number of EVs on the road is gradually increasing, some buyers are still apprehensive of investing in an EV due to such concerns. “Although 40 million Americans have shown interest in buying electric for their next car, actual adoption...

Volkswagen To Be the #1 Electric Car Maker by 2030

A report from consulting and research firm Wood Mackenzie claims that German automotive maker Volkswagen is on its way to being the world’s largest manufacturer of electric cars by 2030. This is a major prediction since Volkswagen is currently the 10th largest manufacturer of battery electric vehicles, also known as BEVs. What The Report Says According to the report, Volkswagen will produce about 14 million BEVs by 2028. The expected figure is considerably lower than Volkswagen’s own target that is to produce at least 22 million electric cars by 2028. According to analysts at Wood Mackenzie, the company’s target looks quite unrealistic in the current scenario. Given the current and expected size of the market, the company will have to capture 53% of the global market by 2028 to be ab...

5 Electric Vehicles to Own in 2020

Electric vehicles are the future and if you want to ride these vehicles then there’s good news for you. You’re going to have many more options to choose from thanks to different manufacturers launching new models this year. If you’re struggling to pick one, then have a look at these five options: Note: USA Prices – exclude state incentives or federal tax credits #1 – 2019 – KIA NIRO EV Estimated EPA range: 239 miles // 384 kilometers Starting as low as $39,545 This car is smooth, quiet, and pleasant. You can also choose a hybrid model of this beauty, but the electric version is pretty kickass. It comes with excellent safety technology and phone integration. You can also opt to get additional features like a heated steering wheel and ventilated front seats and. This car is...