The Porsche Taycan: distinctively sleek appearance which is not just for show. Accelerates
from 0 to 60 mph in less than half the time of the Hyundai Kona. Superfast charging.
by Mary Foran
From recycling to solar power, living green is becoming somewhat mainstream.
Electric cars are unfortunately very expensive and their manufacture is less-than-green. But with anyone with the funds or finance options, the best ten electric cars on the market are as follows:
Hyundai Kona—The Kona is designed to resemble an SUV—a Sports Utility Vehicle. It has a total range of 258 miles on a full charge and roughly 125 miles on a quick charge of 30 minutes. And its 201 hp motor accelerates from 0 to 60 in under eight seconds.
They say that electric cars are the future, and the future is now.
US President Joe Biden has promised to build electric car charging stations across the country as part of his Build Back Better program and his adherence to the values of the Green New Deal.
But the limited range of electric cars is a serious drawback to their usability in the vast distances of the United States, and most people want to stick to their compact cars which get 40 miles per gallon of gas.
With the rising price of gasoline, maybe electric cars will become more popular, in spite of their exorbitant price tags.
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Kona/Ming-yen Hsu, CC BY-ND2.0
Price tag/Clker-Free-Vector-Images, Pixabay. Text supplied.
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