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Old 21.11.2020, 10:34
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Re: Ban on new petrol and diesel cars in UK from 2030 under PM's green plan

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It's not exactly like that.

Range of an EV depends on a lot of factors. Not the least is how you (personally) drive it.

But they're still king of the (efficiency) hill.
That is true.
I had an e-Tron for the weekend (AMAG) and have a Model X. If I thrashed my X on a full charge and took it extremely easy on the Audi on a full charge, then the Tesla will still have at least 200km of range. Seriously, I’ve driven NIO, Audi, Mercedes (EQC) 100% electric cars and I would not touch any other brand at least for the next 3 years for range, which is the most important factor. Then there’s all the other benefits of Tesla, too numerous to mention including safety...

Once you go electric you realize how ridiculous ICE cars are including the noise they make, less noise pollution is also a huge benefit too to our well-being that is underestimated.
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