The British made the TOP 15 of electric vehicles on the reserve

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The British made the TOP 15 of electric vehicles on the reserve

In the UK, conducted an experiment and determined the electric car with the greatest reserve. The tests brought 15 electric cars.

It is noteworthy that tests have not participated Tesla Model 3. The electric car only appeared on the British market, so it cannot be tested alongside other models.

The test results were not unexpected – in the first place is located all the newest and most popular models. In particular, the Hyundai Kona Electric, followed by Jaguar I-Pace and KIA e-Niro. But at the last, 15th place, was the Volkswagen e-Up reserve, 107 km away.

In General, the full ranking is as follows:

  • Hyundai Kona Electric 64kWh. Real reserve: 417 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2,2;
  • Jaguar I-Pace. Real reserve: 407 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,6;
  • KIA e-Niro 64kWh. Real reserve: 407 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2,1;
  • Tesla Model X 100D. Real reserve: 373 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,2;
  • Tesla Model S 75D. Real reserve: 328 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,5;
  • Audi E-tron. Real reserve: 316 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,2;
  • BMW i3 120Ah. Real reserve: 266 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2;
  • Hyundai Kona Electric 39 kWh. Real reserve: 254 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2,2;
  • Renault Zoe R110. Real reserve: 235 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,8;
  • Renault Zoe Q90. Real reserve: 213 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,7;
  • Nissan Leaf. Real reserve: 206 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,7;
  • BMW i3 94Ah. Real reserve: 195 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 1,9;
  • The Volkswagen e-Golf. Real reserve: 188 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2;
  • Hyundai Ioniq Electric. Real reserve 188 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2,4;
  • Volkswagen e-Up. Real reserve: 107 km Consumption kilowatt-hours per 1 km: 2,2.

Except for the Tesla Model 3 in the ranking of the missing and the Chevrolet Bolt, which isn’t available in the UK. According to the American experts, the electric vehicle can travel on a single charge 380 km.