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Topic: Electric Vehicle News Items

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Re: Electric Vehicle News Items
« Reply #574 on: February 04, 2023, 02:08:09 PM »
These 9 Electric Cars Lose The Most Range In Winter


Tesla Model 3 – 17% Est. Range Loss

Hyundai Kona EV – 19% Est. Range Loss

Tesla Model S – 19% Est. Range Loss

Nissan Leaf – 21% Est. Range Loss

Volkswagen E-Golf – 23% Est. Range Loss

BMW i3 – 24% Est. Range Loss

Ford Mustang Mach-E – 30% Est. Range Loss

Volkswagen ID.4 – 30% Est. Range Loss

Chevrolet Bolt – 32% Est. Range Loss
The Chevy Bolt is a perfect electric car for buyers wanting to buy their first affordable BEV. It's an intriguing model with excellent efficiency, modern technology, and an impressive driving range. Plus, its visual styling makes it more appealing and popular.

Owners of this American hot hatch praise its range, performance, and value for the money. Yet, in a frigid environment or even in mildly cold weather, the battery's performance deteriorates drastically. It’s so sensitive to outside temperatures that in freezing conditions, the operating range falls by a remarkable 32%. Moreover, its thermal management system won't activate when the car is off, only reheating it when the vehicle is on.
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