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In 1990, our first electric car was able to drive 45 mi with a full battery
1 mile equals 1.6 km
A variety of electric vehicles is sold 2018 in the US:
Look how far you can drive with a full battery:
How far to go:
Tesla Model S P85D range 242 mi
Chevrolet Bolt EV - range 238 mi
Tesla Model X - - - - range 237 mi
Volkswagen e-Golf - range 125 mi
BMW i3 Giga - - - - - range 114 mi
Ford Focus Electric - range 115 mi
Hyundai Ioniq EV - - - range 110 mi
Nissan Leaf SL - - - range 107 mi
Kia Soul EV - - - - - - range 93 mi
FIAT 500e - Electric - range 87 mi
Mercedes-Benz B-Class - range 85 mi
Mitsubishi i-MiEV SE - - - - - range 59 mi
Smart fortwo electric - - - - range 58 mi
The range of an electric car is important. The more batteries are built in the car, the more expensive it is. Be careful with the year,
2015 and 2016 models often have a lower range, some car makers will extend the range with their new 2018 models. And don't forget to ask the major of your town where you can charge your car when you go shopping.
There are ten-thousands of stations all over the US where you can recharge your vehicle. Some cars you can recharge in as little as 30 minutes, others take hours, or even days to be fully recharged.
When we tried to buy one of these very efficient cars, we learned that it takes some time to find a knowledgeable sales man...
We were told the Ford Focus electric is only sold in California.
Some dealers never saw an electric car, others sold 4 a week.
Chevrolet Bolt EV
The way you are driving an electric car, can change your driving range strongly:
Healthy humans can only be born on a healthy Earth!|
So imagine all humans would behave "green"...
So imagine all drivers would drive "green"...
they would have a longer range, would use less gasoline/diesel/electricity...
So imagine all people would use "green" lighting...
If people would do that we would have a "green", a more secure future and Earth would not get more and more out of balance...
We want to give many humans a real desire for true
Work with us to implement systems that are NOT taking away quality of life, or survival from future generations!
It would be so easy:
When we duplicate the success of Earth's natural ecosystems we can secure the future of humans on Earth!
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