Top 10 Electric Cars of 2018
Every year gets more exciting as electric cars find their place in the modern world and this year is no exception. We are seeing above standard vehicles in the electric division and competition is heating up as automakers scramble to keep up with emission regulations. Here are the top 10 electric cars of 2018.
The Elextra is designed in Switzerland and built in Germany. With 690hp, it can go 0-60mph in 2.3 seconds and has a range of 370 miles.
The LVCHI is designed in Italy and manufactured in China. It can go 0-60mph in an impressive 2.5 second and has a max torque 1540nm.
Aston Martin Lagonda
Aston Martin has pulled out all the luxury stops on this one. The Aston Martin Lagonda includes Level 4 autonomy and optimistic front swivel captain’s chairs.
Lamborghini Terzo Millenio
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is said to contain a sort of driver instruction software. The autonomous system will run a full lap, then teach the driver how to run the lap on their own. Perhaps the most exciting thing about the Millenio is that Lamborghini worked with MIT on this one.
BMW iVision Dynamics
BMW says the iVision Dynamics can travel up to 373 miles on an electric charge, go from 0- 62 mph in 4.0 seconds and will top out around 125 mph.
Audi E-Tron Quattro
The Audi E-Tron Quattro can be compared to the Tesla Model X, but with above standard build quality that you would expect from a long established manufacturer. The E-Tron Quattro has 503bhp, goes 0-62mph in 4.6 seconds and has a 310-mile range.
Porsche Mission E
Porsche designs with a track standard in mind, that’s why they’ve created an electrical solution with minimal heat build up. The Mission E also goes 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds and 124mph in than than 12.
Mercedes Benz EQ
Mercedes says this is “most powerful variant” of the Generation EQ. It goes 0-62mph in less than five seconds and has an impressive range of 310 miles.
Tesla Model S P100D
The Tesla Model S P100D is no longer hot news, but with a time of 0-60mph in 2.3 seconds there’s little doubt it still reigns.