At Elite EV Charge, we promote the use and importance of portable EV chargers throughout the electric vehicle industry. They are easy and efficient charging methods for on the go, without the fear of running out of charge. However, there are other ways that drivers can avoid range anxiety; all with the choice of electric cars available.
Though the cost of electric cars is generally more expensive than fossil-fuelled vehicles, drivers will save money in the long-term; due to loans and certain electric cars not having to pay tax. But which electric vehicle has the longest range? Find out all you need to know from a professional electric vehicle charging company.
Mercedes EQS – 453 Miles
For the top pick, Mercedes has become the current frontrunner for long-range EVs. With a 107.8kWh electric vehicle battery, the Mercedes EQS has a range of 453 miles between charging. And when it needs charging, 80% can be achieved within 31 minutes. Ideal for those on the go or wanting to use their vehicle for long journeys.
The driving experience is relaxing and sybaritic. But with all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension, and 325 horsepower, it can be pushed harder than you may imagine.
As you can imagine, Tesla has a few electric cars on this list. As Elon Musk’s empire continues to grow, with the attainment of Twitter, it is no surprise that Tesla vehicles are constantly being developed and becoming more advanced. Including their range and available charging network. Tesla has over 30,000 superchargers across the world.
Taking the top spot in the company is their Model S, which is also their longest-serving car. With a single charge, the Model S can travel up to 405 miles.
Although it is the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, the Model 3 falls short of the top spot on this list. Elon Musk’s cheapest model has been an unqualified success, thanks to its combination of techy cool, everyday usage, and a breathtaking turn of speed. Its range includes 374 miles between charges.
BMW iX – 380 Miles
It may seem divisive, but the iX’s electric range is undeniable; claiming a range of 380 miles between charges. It does it thanks to a massive 105.2kWh lithium-ion battery connected to two electric batteries with a combined output of 516bhp.
DC portables EV chargers, once the battery needs topping up, can get the vehicle 80% charge within 35 minutes.
Ford Mustang Mach-E – 379 Miles
The final pick comes from Ford, which may seem a strange choice compared to the rest. But Ford’s first outing with these electric cars has been well received and it’s not hard to see why. With a 345bhp four-wheel drive, this electric vehicle has a range of 379 miles between charges.
When buying an electric vehicle, it is important to check the type of plug it can take. When it comes to Teslas, they have a specific socket built only for the use of their electric cars. Typically, a charging cable will come with the purchase so make sure you are aware of what type of charging you will be able to use. Or, hire a portable charger to ensure you are always connected.
Elite EV Charge provides temporary and permanent EV charging solutions for vehicles all over the UK. Whether this is destination charging or hiring charge points for events; we advocate the use of portable EV chargers to help lower the planet’s carbon footprint. One charger at a time.
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