AUDI e-tron

e-tron is the first all-electric AUDI car. A powerful-looking sports SUV skillfully combines a large space with the comfort of a luxury car. It provides great performance – range over 400 km and the ability to quickly charge up to 150 kW. Two electric motors – front and rear – generate a total system power of up to 300 kW, accelerating this full-size SUV from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 6 seconds. The Audi e-tron maximum torque is available immediately, providing a unique experience when starting. This car is ready for every journey. Charging is easy: it can be done via a household outlet, installation in the garage and on the road – at charging stations. This car is a good move towards intercity and even holiday travel.

Mercedes EQC

An exclusive SUV from the Mercedes stable. It has all-wheel drive (front and rear engines), battery in the floor (650 kg) and dimensions similar to the GLC class. One version of the propulsion system, on-board charger with 7.4 kW, the possibility of charging with direct current up to 110 kW. The equipment includes voice command system (“Hey, Mercedes”) and huge MBUX screens. The range is about 320 km. In terms of charging: EQC is able to replenish energy in the range of 10-80% of its charge in 40 minutes from a 110 kW CCS Combo charger.

 

Jaguar I-Pace

Like the competitors (Audi, Mercedes and Tesla, which is absent on the Polish market), Jaguar installs one electric motor on each axle, while the batteries are placed in the floor. Thanks to this, we get an e-AWD drive that easily transfers enormous power to the wheels. Jaguar air suspension offers an option, thanks to it the car can overcome … 50 cm deep beards (after all, Land Rover is in the same concern). Even in the least favorable for electricians driving (highway) energy should be enough for about 300 km.

 

Porsche Taycan

The manufacturer presents subsequent versions – Turbo S (with overboost 761 HP!) Turbo (680 HP) and 4S (up to 571 HP, depending on the battery – Performance / Plus). They all have a 4×4 electric drive (one motor for each axis), but in this case the engines have different characteristics. The system voltage in this car is 800 V (the norm is max. 400 V), which translates into motor power and the ability to charge with peak power … 270 kW! In addition, a two-speed reduction gearbox operates at the rear axle. Declared range approx. 500km.

 

Ford Mustang Mach-E.

A new, fully electric SUV. Strength, temperament and joy of running. Even up to 600 km on one charge – it is expected to appear soon.

 

 

SEAT Mii Electric

SEAT Mii Electric is the first mass-produced Spanish / Volkswagen electric car. The Mii Electric body is identical to the petrol version. The interior was gently remodeled and basically only the cockpit. In technical terms, it is a completely new car. The car is powered by an 82 HP electric power unit with a maximum torque of 210 Nm. The 36.8 kWh battery provides a range of approx. 260 km. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 12.5 seconds.

 

Škoda CITIGOe iV

It is the technical twin of SEAT Mii Electric with the same electric powertrain and similar body. With a 260 km range, the electric CITIGOe iV is the perfect vehicle for the city.

 

Renault Twizy

Twizy is an urban, four-wheel, two-seater, fully electric vehicle. The 13 kW (17 HP) engine ensures movement at up to 80 km / h. Charged only from a traditional socket, the 6.1 kWh battery can be refilled in 3 hours. Range on one charge within 80-100 km. Four disc brakes, four-point seat belts and driver’s airbag. For a surcharge, the door “butterfly wing” is available.

 

Renault Zoe – po liftingu w 2019r

The third generation of the flagship Renault model, the best-selling city electric car on the European market. Zoe is equipped with a 52 kWh traction battery that provides a range of up to 395 km. Digital set of clocks and indicators as well as many ADAS driving assistance systems, 100% LED lighting. Driving assistance, parking and safety systems, 10-inch digital display of indicators and clocks, RENAULT EASY LINK multimedia system with access to online services and a new “B-mode” city driving mode.

 

Renault Kangoo ZE

Renault Kangoo ZE, occurs in similar configurations as its combustion version: two (delivery) or 5-seat combination, two lengths. Load capacity up to 650kg. Kangoo Z.E. has a traction battery Z.E. 33 (33 kWh) and a new 44 kW engine, allowing a range of up to 200 km depending on the outside temperature. The new 7 kW charger allows Kangoo ZE to be fully charged in 6 hours and 35 km longer range after just 1 hour of charging. Driving assistance systems that allow you to optimize range and reduce energy consumption, as well as program alerts regarding the state of charge of the traction battery. The heat pump coupled with the air conditioning system ensures thermal comfort without reducing the range.

 

Renault Master Z.E.

A large delivery van, 100% electric, with a range of 120 km for the so-called “last mile” from distribution centers to the city center. 57 kW engine with a maximum torque of 225 Nm. Braking with energy recovery, Eco mode (less dynamic acceleration and maximum speed limited to 80 km / h), allows you to optimize range. Using the Wallbox 32 A / 7 kW wall charging terminal, the Master Z.E. can be fully recharged. in just six hours. Thanks to the Z.E. application Trip2, you can find charging terminals with information about their availability in real time. A wide range of bodywork options.

 

Volkswagen e-UP!

The batteries have 32.3 kWh and allow a range of about 250 km. Charging time up to 80% – 60 minutes. Choose from: 7 body colors, 2 roof colors, 3 types of wheel rims in sizes from 14 to 16 inches and 2 seat upholstery designs.

Volkswagen ID.3

The ID.3 range with a small battery (45 kWh, net) will travel 330 km (WLTP), and with a large battery (77 kWh, net) – even 550 km (WLTP)! It is to replace electric Golf. The spaciousness of the interior corresponds to the middle class. Several drive and battery versions to choose from.

Volkswagen e-Golf

From the outside, the “classic” Golf, because the body is just a conversion of a compact into an electric car. Not a large battery, range about 330km, but decent equipment.

Volkswagen e-Crafter

Car made in Poland. Batteries and engine are common elements with e-Golf, allowing to travel about 170 km. It is offered in only one body version.

Smart ForTwo

After the modernization in 2019, a new appearance of the front belt appeared and new inserts in the headlights and rear lamps made in LED technology. The car will be offered only as an electric car and will receive a new name, EQ Fortwo. Two-person microauto in two versions: closed or convertible. The car’s full range is 135 km, while the maximum speed is electronically limited to 100 km / h.

Smart FourFour

In the 2020 version, apart from changing the external style, the interior, multimedia and integration with the smartphone environment have been improved. Variations are provided: Passion, Pulse and Prime. Smart Forfour can take 4 people on board. The engine is located at the rear of the car, range up to 153 km.

Opel Corsa-e

Opel started selling the new generation Corsa as a fully functional small car in the electric version. The Corsa-e has a classic front-wheel drive system, the batteries (in two packages) are under the floor. The market offer includes one version of the propulsion system and two equipment variants: Edition and Elegance. On the extensive list of options, among others more powerful on-board charger (11 kW instead of 7.2 kW), additional charging cables and classic elements that increase comfort and safety. Corsa-e is dynamic: it accelerates to 100 km / h in 8.1 seconds, range at 330 km (according to WLTP). The installed battery (covered by an 8-year warranty) is very large – it has a capacity of 50 kWh. The manufacturer claims that its charge up to 80 percent. takes about half an hour. The Corsa-e can be charged in all possible ways: via cable, from a wall charger or at a fast charging station.

Peugeot e-208

340 km range (WLTP) and 30 min to regain 80% range. Technically, it’s a close relative of the Opel Corsa electric version. Interestingly, this is the most dynamic, but at the same time the slowest version of the Peugeot 208. As standard, the car is equipped with a 7.4 kW charger (for an additional PLN 1500 you can change it to 11 kW) and a socket for connecting the CCS plug.

BMW i3

From 0 to 100 km / h: in the BMW i3 you only need 6.9 seconds. Full torque from the very first meters. 184 hp (135 kW) engine with 270 Nm of torque. Agility and flexibility up to a maximum speed of 160 km / h. The range of the BMW i3 is 260 km. Recent modernization has increased the battery capacity to 42.2 kWh. The optional version with Range Extender (internal combustion engine as a generator) was abandoned. The car has no center pillar.

MINI Cooper SE

The future belongs to electric driving also at MINI. Range approx. 180km, acceleration 0-100km / h in 7.3 s.

Nissan Leaf

The leader of the European electric car market. It is currently the second generation of the model. Car classified as city with a range of about 270 km. Recent years have added to the offer a more powerful e + variant: 217 hp, with a battery increased to 62 kWh. Low energy demand (18 kWh / 100 km), thanks to which the range increases to 385 km. On-board charger with a negligible power of 3.6 kW as standard, but for an extra charge you can have a 6.6 kW charger. A wide range of equipment (Acenta, N-Connect, Tekna versions) and accessories.

Nissan e-NV200

The car is available in two versions: e-NV200 and passenger. The passenger variety can be upgraded with a third row of seats. Cars also differ in access to the trunk: Evalia has a hinged lid, while the delivery version has an asymmetrical double-leaf door. The car is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 40 kWh (under the floor), however, considerable power consumption means that the range is not sensational – 200 km (in the city it increases to 301 km). The on-board charger has a good power of 6.6 kW, the e-NV200 can also be charged at fast stations (Type 2 and CHAdeMO connector). Elements of the electrical system are protected for 5 years or 100,000 km, while the manufacturer is responsible for the battery capacity for 8 years or up to 160,000. km.

Kia e-Soul

The new Kia e-Soul is available with two advanced power units that allow you to cover a distance of up to 452 km on a single charge. The new generation battery in e-Soul was manufactured in accordance with the performance standards in force in Europe. The model was also equipped with fast charging technology in the CCS standard. Soul will only appear in the electric version. Technical solutions are similar to those in e-Niro and electric Hyundai Horses. The on-board charger has 7.2 kW, and the charging system is equipped with a CCS connector (up to 100 kW can be “adopted”). On the downside: it is not possible to tow the trailer.

Kia e-Niro

Crossover larger than Soul, but with very similar technical components – front drive module (motor, inverter, reduction gear) and batteries under the cabin floor. There are two versions of the engine and batteries are used (39.2 kWh, 136 HP or 64 kWh and 204 HP). The car has no 4×4 drive option, but has a slightly increased ground clearance (155 mm). The Niro-powered version has a range of approx. 450 km.

Hyundai Ioniq

The electric version of Ioniq crowns the palette of this ecological compact – in addition to it there are also hybrids, including a plug-in. The car has little in common with Kona Electric – it has a much smaller battery and weaker engine, but it prevails in terms of energy consumption – 11.5 kWh per 100 km, which translates into a range of about 310 km. Two equipment options are foreseen. The powerful polymer lithium-ion battery achieves 80% charge in an hour when charging at a fast charging station (DC).

Hyundai Kona Electric

The versatile new Kona Electric is the first electric subcompact SUV on the European market. An impressive range of electric drive about 440km. Acceleration from 0 to 100km / h in 7.6 sec. Convenient head-up display.

FIAT 500 la Prima

 Fast Charge mode and a dedicated Wallbox 500 charger for home use will be standard equipment. In the urban cycle, the range is up to 400 km (over 320 km range according to the WLTP standard). All-day city driving possible after 5 minutes of charging.

Author: Jerzy Czaplejewicz,

expert N-E-T and expert of the Instytutu Badań, Nauk Stosowanych i Nowych Technologii