The Top 10 Most Exciting Electric Cars For The Future

Electric Cars
Electric Cars

Most people are unaware of the fact that electric cars have been around for years. These cars have not been popular, especially because we are most aware of fuel-run vehicles, and would most likely prefer to use them instead of using another type. It’s all about being familiar with how to operate it, instead of how good it might actually be to try electric cars.

Now that there is a need to conserve energy, it would be a good idea to use electric cars instead of fuel-run vehicles. Here are the top ten electric cars that are to be released in the future:

1.2014 Chevrolet Spark EV

Despite the fact that the first unit has been sold in the US just this month, it hasn’t been released to the public officially. Its runs in 130 horsepower, and runs smoothly. Unlike previous models, the Spark EV would be perfect for situations outside the West Coast. It has undergone a reengineering, correcting the flaws that previous models has have. The Spark EV would be available in the US, Canada, South Korea and Europe.

2. Nissan ZEOD RC

Set to be released in the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Nissan ZEOD RC will use the Nissan road technology. It aims to reach 300 km/h, and makes use of the LEAF road car and LEAF RC race prototype.The vehicle is being designed until now, and feedbacks from Japan, the US and Europe are currently being accepted. Nissan sees the ZEOD RC to be an environment-friendly race car.

3. 2014 BMW i3

Another car that is set to be released in 2014 is the BMW i3. Having researched the production of electric cars in the past years, their newest creation may spark more interest among electric car enthusiasts. The BMW i3 is a compact car, high-tech car that uses carbon-fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) unibody. The interior of the car is also designed minimally, only using sustainable fabrics that make it seem more stylish and modern.

Most Exciting Electric Cars For The Future

4. 2014 Cadillac ELR

Behind the sleek car is a modern car that has components which may not be usable in other vehicles yet, and operates the same 1.4 litre gasoline engine of the Volt. What sets it apart is that it creates more power and torque, and has the sleek design that most electric cars do not have. The electric range might be disadvantageous though, as it runs at around 35 miles.

5.  2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid

Boasting a big, and modern style, it has a greener Powertrain than the previous Outlanders that Mitsubishi released before. Although unconfirmed, the electric range is foreseen to be around 20 to 25 miles. Once the electricity depletes, a backup power could still operate the car, or operate in parallel hybrid modes. It has a 2.0 liter gasoline engine, 245 pounds-feet of torque in its electric-only mode.

6. Tesla EV

Not much detail has been released about the Tesla EV, but their newest electric car is slated for release in 2016 or 2017.Co-founder Elon Musk said that the electric car would be “slightly smaller” than the Model S series, and are going to be sold around half the price of the series. The newest creation is yet unnamed, and is still being improved.

7. Tesla Model X

The Tesla Model X was set for release in late 2013, but has since been moved to next year due to problems with its Model S that they propose to correct. Model X is a crossover of Model S that has doors opening vertically and has a capacity of seven. Consumers have the option to choose 60 or 85 kWh battery for their automobiles.

8. 2013 Ford C-Max Energi

Slated for release in this year’s Fall, the Ford C-Max Energy has five seats and no sliding doors, as well as a petrol-electric four-cylinder Drivetrain. The gas mileage has potential, and its high-tech standard features are what sets it apart from its competition.

9. 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid

Porsche’s newest limited edition model will arrive in 2014, with a price close to $850,000. Considering that it has a 4.6-litre V8 and a pair of electric motors in the front and the rear, it has a potential to be one of the greatest players in the electric car industry.

10.  2015 Porsche Cayenne Plug-in Hybrid

The Cayenne Plug-in Hybrid is proud of its 95-hp electric motor that comes with a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine. It is expected to be able to deliver 55-60 mpg fuel efficiency, and a 19-mile all-electric range.

Only a few car rentals in Miami have electric cars in their lineup.And a lot more donot have electric cars to choose from at all.

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