Do you know which is the best ev car with affordable price? Keep reading and check out the models that Giro dos Motores has prepared below!
The automotive industry is slowly but surely making the transition to zero emission vehicles. For many years, most electric vehicles were very expensive and out of reach for most buyers.
Today, that's no longer the case and we wonder which conventional EV car is the best of the bunch.
Although prices for new cars rose sharply a few years ago, the gap between internal combustion cars and EVs has narrowed. In January, the average price of a non-luxury vehicle was R$276,542.
The average price of an EV was just R$357,967 and that includes luxury options. In the US, the top ten cheapest EVs are below both of the aforementioned values.
Among that group of ten are several excellent cars. O Kia Niro EV has an MSRP of R$224,312 and we really enjoyed it when we drove it last year.
We are also big fans of the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It costs just R$229,784. The Nissan Leaf is also probably worth considering as it costs just under R$165,000.
Still, we think the somewhat obvious answer has to be the Chevrolet Bolt EUV.
Most GM products don't seem to be very high on the value for money scale in my eyes, but the Bolt EUV raises the bar for the brand. The base price certainly has a bit to do with it.
THE Chevy it lists for just R$158,372, which makes it incredibly affordable compared to most rivals.
Plus, it's available with some of the best autonomous technology I've ever used.
The Super Cruise is deeply impressive and you can get it on the Bolt EUV for around R$186,200.
For that price, you get an ev car that even comes with heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel and 10.2-inch infotainment system.
It's an incredibly complete package that will likely age very well.
Therefore, there are several ev car options with a reasonable price compared to the value when this modality was launched.