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The best electric cars 2019

There’s no doubt electric cars are the future. Besides being eco-friendly, EV’s are surprisingly quiet, fast, and capable of integrating with technology more than petrol cars ever could.

All the big names in the auto industry have already released an electric version of their existing models or created a brand new car. And they’re also relatively new automakers debuting with innovative ideas such as solar-powered cars.

Most EVs are pricey, mainly because manufacturers are looking to recoup the money invested in research and development. However, some brands deliver affordability without compromising on quality and safety. And we’ve put the best of them in this list.

Hyundai Kona electric

Based off of the standard petrol-powered Kona, this all-electric vehicle comes with the same aesthetic chassis and standout styling as the gasoline-powered one but with an electric drivetrain. It comes loaded with up-to-the-minute technologies like blindspot monitoring, automated emergency braking, and regenerative braking.

This subcompact car has a 201-hp motor that drives the front wheels, powered by a 64.0kWh battery pack. This combination can move from 0 to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds and comes with a touch screen infotainment system that reports everything a driver needs to know.

Nissan Leaf Plus

The leaf has gotten better this year. It can gallop from 0 to 60 mph in 7 seconds, one second less than the standard version. That might not be as impressive as Tesla Model 3’s 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds, but it sure is something. It also comes with pedal assistance technology that combines traditional braking to regenerative braking, smoothly.

This EV is powered by a 62-kWh lithium-ion battery that cranks out 214 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque. It also has a confirmed range of 215 miles on one charge, generous cargo space and pretty much all the standard tech you could expect in an EV – a touch screen with apple car play and Android auto, inbuilt speakers with satellite radio and a 7-inch digital instrument cluster.

Hyundai ionic

Hyundai ionic is another great hatchback from Korean with an electric drive train. It comes in two versions – the entry level and a premium version. The cheaper one comes with 15-inch alloys, rear parking sensors, day time running lights, keyless entry, one-touch windows, and tire pressure monitoring.

The elite version has front parking sensors, 17-inch alloy wheels, electric sunroof, bi-xenon headlights, ventilated leather seats, and auto-dimming rearview mirror. These extra features cost an extra $4000 on top of the standard model’s price.

2019 Audi e-Tron

Audi has been somewhat cautious about the whole electric revolution thing. And their reason for this is, they want to deliver the same performance their customers expect from gasoline cars. And that’s what the Audi e-Tron is all about.

It is a high-end SUV boasting understated sophistication, dual motor all-wheel drive, a lavish interior, Alexa compatibility, and an excellent sound system. It comes with a 95-kWh battery pack, a ton of safety features, and the luxurious air suspension -which is standard on all models.


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