Battery electric vehicles (BEV)

A battery electric vehicle (BEV) or pure electric vehicle is a type of electric vehicle (EV) that uses energy stored in rechargeable battery packs to power the engine of the car. Batteries are mostly lithim-ion batteries. First BEV model could do 100-150 km range, however nowadays BEV cars could do even more than 500 km range with one charger. The advantage of a battery electric vehicle is zero local pollution, silent and vibration-free driving, high torque, home charging, minimal maintenance and extemly cheap cost of operation.

Electric range (WLTP):
308 - 1150 km

Battery:
53 - 200 kWh
Acceleration:
2.1 - 4 sec
Electric range (WLTP):
650 km

Battery:
111 kWh
Acceleration:
N/A
Electric range (WLTP):
459 - 600 km

Battery:
55 - 80 kWh
Acceleration:
3.4 - 5.8 sec
New price:
38,050 GBP
Electric range (WLTP):
330 - 550 km

Battery:
48 - 83 kWh
Acceleration:
8 sec
Electric range (WLTP):
435 - 530 km

Battery:
60 - 80 kWh
Acceleration:
3.5 - 6.2 sec
New price:
35,000 GBP
Electric range (WLTP):
310 - 505 km

Battery:
75 - 100 kWh
Acceleration:
2.9 - 6.2 sec
New price:
74,750 GBP
Electric range (WLTP):
500 km

Battery:
N/A
Acceleration:
N/A