All tagged Electric Vehicles
Now that the specs and details have been released, everyone is talking about this car. The concept that started four years ago as the Mission-E was highly anticipated and the reveal at Niagara Falls on September 4th did not disappoint. But why is this such a big deal? This is a huge leap forward for electric vehicles in general. With this car, Porsche is making it clear that electric is the future, so you better get used to it.
The Nissan Leaf was the first successfully mass-produced affordable electric car. Way back in 2010, when people were only whispering about electric cars. This fact alone makes me want to know more about the Leaf. Zero-emissions has never been more desirable and people are curious about EVs. With over 400,000 Nissan Leafs sold worldwide, I wanted to experience the car for myself and see how it’s making electric driving accessible to new owners.
If you are considering an electric vehicle as your next car, then you likely have a series of questions that you may not know how to approach. Researching online is a great start, but you may also have concerns that are specific to your life. Below is a list of 10 key points that address common concerns with a different perspective. With the knowledge that I’ve accumulated working in the automotive industry for the past ten years, and as an EV owner myself, I hope that this list can help you tackle your personal reservations about EVs with more confidence. To guide you through this list, you may want to familiarize yourself with some related terminology by reading a previous blog post called; EV 101. The advice that I share here is what I share with my friends and family when they ask me about buying a car. You are all my friends, and if I’m repeating myself, it’s only because I love you and this how I speak to my friends and family.
The misconception about electric vehicles is that they are limited in range and features. That because they need to charge for a certain amount of time, they require owners to sacrifice time and flexibility. But here’s the thing… there is no sacrifice.