Top Ten Electric Cars 2018
An electric car is an automobile that is propelled by one or more electric motors, using energy stored in rechargeable batteries. Thomas Parker built the first practical electric car in 1884 in London, using his own specially designed high-capacity rechargeable batteries.
But the question is why people use electric cars instead of others? It has a number of benefits over conventional petrol or diesel cars like;
⦁ It is better for the environment because it has zero exhaust emissions and renewable energy.
⦁ It is cheaper to maintain because it has a lot less moving parts.
⦁ It is quieter than other car, which means less noise pollution.
⦁ It tends to have a lower centre of gravity that makes them less likely to roll over.
So these are the some advantages of electric cars that why you will prefer this car. But here I am going to tell you about the 10 best upcoming electric cars of 2018;
It is a beautiful sport car. There is ahead-up display and race-type steering wheel peppered with controls. The upholstery is light and spare. Toyota gets BMWs transmission and engines.
Mercedes Project One
It is an upcoming limited production plug-in hybrid super car by Mercedes Benz, featuring Formula One-derived technology. It must be among the most challenging car set-up exercises ever undertaken.
It is supposed to field a lineup of high performance electrified cars and it is not only an EV, it is also a plug-in Hybrid with a power train.
BMW i8 Roadster
It is the first BMW convertible plug-in hybrid. The signature scissor doors, stream flow design and rear air ducts befit a vehicle destined to be the future of free-spirited electric mobility. The adventurous nature of this roadster is reflected in its interior. The sporty designed gives you plenty of room for freedom in a compact car.
Audi E-tron Quattro
Its electric drive train is an absolute stonker. It is powered by three electric motors. Two motors drive the rear wheels, while the third powers the front. With a claimed range of at least 311 miles, the E-tron could just beat the I-Pace on driving range, as Jaguar is claiming 310 miles.
Aston Martin Valkyrie
It comes as close as possible to a Formula One car without being restricted to the track. A striking aerodynamic exterior and an open under floor maximizes down force and harnesses the atmosphere.
It is able to divert waste heat to the batteries, saving energy on heating in the process. It looks aggressive in the flesh, with minimal overhangs and a sculpted, sloping roof adding to its athletic stance.
Tesla Model 3
It has some nice design features like, the roof and rear screen are one continuous piece of glass, providing greater headroom in the back seats.
It has two electric motors, one each for the front and rear axles. Its total battery capacity is 70kWh. It can be charged by cable.
It is specifically designed to be a luxury, light weight, race-like road cars. It combines a powerful twin-turbo V8 combustion engine with three electric motors.