As the pollution and population keep on increasing almost every car manufacturer is going towards the Zero-emission technology known as Electrification. Every, manufacturer in the world making their own electric vehicle to cope up with the future automobile, as it depends on Electric vehicles. Although, some brands are only making EV’s, and some are planning to shift to EVs. Here, we put together the top 5 best EVs in the world.
- Tesla Model X
In the global market, Tesla Motors is the most successful electric vehicle manufacturer in the world, producing the best EV. However, we select Tesla Model X as it gets the more interesting features and seating configuration. Tesla’s electric Crossover comes with 5- 6- and 7-seater configuration, and gets the Falcon wing rear doors, which look extremely cool and futuristic. The Model X comes with a long-range and short-range powertrain, from which the buyers can choose. The long-range variant has a maximum power of 670 HP and claimed driving range of 580 km, while the plaid variant develops 1020 HP maximum power with a claimed driving range of 547 Km.
- Porsche Taycan
Porsche’s first-ever electric vehicle Taycan is one of the best in the world, in terms of design as well as in terms of performance, courtesy of a 2-speed smart transmission system. The Porsche EV gets a 10.9-inch of infotainment system and a 16.8-inch digital instrument console. The EV is offered with two battery options, 79 KWh, and 93 KWh – with power ranging from 402 HP to 751 HP and have RWD and AWD configuration. Depending on the variant the claimed driving range of 406 Km for 79 KWh and 484 Km for 93 kWh battery capacity.
- Jaguar I-pace
Jaguar’s first-ever all-electric vehicle I-pace has launched just a few weeks ago in India. Just like all other vehicles from the Jaguar brand, it also offers the best-in-class premium features and luxurious interior cabin. It features a 12.3-inch Pivi pro infotainment touchscreen, a 12.3-inch instrument cluster console, electrically adjustable seats, a 3D surround camera, a panoramic sunroof, and so on. It powers with a 90 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which deliveries power to two electric motor one on each axle. The motor is capable enough to develop 394 HP of power and 696 Nm of torque and has a claimed driving range of 470 Km.
- Audi E-Tron
Unlike every other electric vehicle in the world, Audi’s EV E-Tron has a very understated exterior design, which in comparison with other EVs has a unique and futuristic design element. Audi’s first battery-powered EV has two body styling, a conventional SUV and Coupe type Sportback SUV. The Vehicle is offered with two battery packs – 95 KWh and 71 KWh, along with two electric motors for both battery packs one on each axle. The 95 kWh battery pack develops 402 HP of power with a driving range of 436 Km and a smaller battery 71 KWh generates 309 HP of power and 336 Km of claimed driving range on a full charge. (WLTP) respectively.
- Polestar 2
Polestar is Volvo’s performance-based Sub-brand, which was discontinued years ago. Now the polestar is back and working in the electric car business now. The Polestar 2 has an extremely unique design for interior and exterior for the EV, that looks luxurious. The vehicle has a luxurious interior that features, 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster console, an 11.2-inch infotainment system, and so on. Polestar 2 powered with a sole 78 KWh battery pack, that delivers power to two electric motors each on one axle. The motor develops 402 HP of maximum power and 660 Nm of peak torque, along with a claimed driving range of 470 Km(WLTP certified). Recently, the manufacturer added a smaller trim of FWD configuration rated at 231 HP of maximum power. Although, in the Chinese Auto market the Polestar 2 gets a 72 KWh battery pack instead of 78 KWh, having a 450 Km of driving range (NEDC certified).