For many, it is Tesla that has led the way when it comes to the design of the electric vehicle, but with a number of manufacturers providing their very own options for the perfect electric car for all terrains, many are beginning to question whether or not Tesla can set the standard for the luxury electric car or if it is one of these other manufactures that will come out on top. In this article, we will be looking into some of the other cars on the market that could be setting the standard as we move into 2020.
The Tesla Revolution
When many of us think of premiums electric cars it is Tesla that immediately comes to mind. With their premium design and state of the art technology such as their electric car charging cable and lane departure technology. But are they the only premium electric car that you should invest in? Though the Model X and Model 3 are one of the highest-selling electric cars in the market, there are a number of others from some of the industries top manufacturers that could be coming for the top spot.
The Jaguar i-Pace
If you are a fan of the superior design and drive that you come to expect from a jaguar then the all-electric I-pace could be a contender for you. With a range of 292 miles, a performance of 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, this is a high-performance car that is perfect for running errands or cruising the open road on your daily commute. In addition to this, there are also 27 litres worth of storage space, allowing you to carry all your luggage and even have room for the family dog if you would like to without having to fold down the seats.
The E-Tron Quattro
In addition to the jaguar, Audi is another brand that is well on its way to creating the perfect electric car. With a starting price of £71,560, this luxury electric vehicle possesses everything that you would expect from a traditional Audi and more. With cameras on the outside of the car instead of wing mirrors and interactive screens to monitor and control a number of different parts of your car, this high-tech luxury vehicle is a perfect choice. Additionally, there is a Bang & Olufsen sound system allowing you high-quality sound regardless of your music preference, allowing you to cruise the open road without having to worry about y0ur fuel consumption.
The final car that is coming for the top spot to compete directly with Tesla is the Porsche Taycan. This full-electric sports car comes as a new addition to the Porsche catalogue and is the first of its kind to be released by the brand. With the classic shape of a traditional Porsche with the electric power of a Tesla, this is one of the most popular electric cars on the market at this time, but could it completely take over?
Whether you are a fan of the cars that Tesla is offering, or you are looking to invest in one of the other brands on the market, there is no denying that the electric car is set to be a huge trend in 2020. Will you be investing in an electric vehicle in the new year?
Published by Lavismichel Inkel