While some EVs are best in the performance, others are a better package overall. Here are the 9 best EVs that are best of your family right now.
Electric cars are the future, you know it and I know that these gasoline-powered cars are not for much longer. If we want to build a zero carbon-emitting future, we have to cut down our usage of non-renewable fossil fuels. Big carmakers like GM, Ford, Bentley, etc have pledged on electrify their lineup and are focused on making their portfolio purely electric. And seeing current electric cars, many people don’t tend to shift from their usual gas-powered cars. While most cars are coming with a performance level specifications, many are most focused on the family friendly aspects. Here are the 9 best EVs that are performance-oriented and family friendly.
9. Tesla Model Y
Model Y is capable in rain, snow, mud and off-road. Tesla All-Wheel Drive has two ultra-responsive, independent electric motors that digitally control torque to the front and rear wheels—for far better handling, traction and stability control. Model Y is capable in rain, snow, mud and off-road.
8. Volkswagen ID.4
The Volkswagen ID.4 is an interesting car for the shift that VW is in the whole process of. What was once merely well engineered hardware has morphed into a high-tech software base. The VW ID.4 is more affordable than the Ioniq 5, can carry more cargo space and has more towing capacity than the Ioniq 5. It offers a single motor design which produces over 201 hp and has a driving range of up to 280 miles.
7. Hyundai Ioniq 5
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is a mid-size crossover EV which basically seems like it came from the future. With its razor-sharp edges and straight lines that appeal a bolder and a cleaner look of the car. The Ioniq 5 features a singe-motor setup that produces over 225 hp and offer a driving range of over 220 miles with its 58 kWh battery and is a perfect family friendly EV.
6. Kia EV6
The new Kia EV6 is the first electric compact crossover from Kia. As a EV it shines when we pushed hard accelerate but then we have to compromise on range. Brand claims driving range of 310 miles per charge. Its cabin is specious and tech-laden but it has quite small front truck space. It has some bugs in the infotainment system but we’ll expect that it clears in the upcoming software updates. There is option of two batteries which are connected to the rear or all-wheels producing power up to 576 HP.
5. Skoda Enyaq iV
The Skoda Enyaq iv is a crossover that looks like an average compact SUV but runs on electric power and have the comfort level that ae similar to the Kushaq. It offers a power up to 301 hp and a driving range of over 280 miles with its 77 kWh battery. Despite the size of the SUV, the Enyaq runs lower on the ground and provides you with enough egility that you would need on a getaway trip.
4. Audi E-Tron
The new 2022 Audi E-Tron is like a cool sci-fi gadget sounding name. It features an all electric powertrain but carrying that midsize luxury SUV capabilities along with it. No matter if it’s the luxurious interiors or the exterior of the new E-Tron, Audi skips that appeal and carries a much more sophisticated and serene design language. The E-Tron is powered by a dual electric motor powertrain on both the axles which enables all wheel drive and helps the car fuel it’s instant acceleration and when at cruising down the roads and has a range of 218 miles on a single charge and comes with a decent fast charging capabilities to offset that.
3. Ford Mustang Mach-E
The 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover is offered with iconic badging, quick and has impressive range with luxurious and specious cabin. But due to fully electric powertrain with not so good ride quality it isn’t fun to drive like a real Mustang. It isn’t worth the hefty price tag of GT performance model. It came with plenty of cargo space as well as cabin space and it estimated that its driving range is about more than 300 miles per charge makes it perfect family EV.
2. Polestar 2
Polestar is making some really good and quality cars to rival the Tesla’s of the world. With a muscular distinguishing design language and modern tech electrochromics inside it’s luxurious cabin, the new Polestar 2 offers single or a powerful dual motor design and a quick and rapid acceleration and a range of over 270 miles makes this Polestar 2 a compelling choice if you’re not looking for a Tesla and want more style and more luxury interiors.
1. BMW iX
The new 2023 BMW iX shows that the company’s electrified future is just around the corner. This new iX is based on the company’s popular X5 SUV in terms of size and space but with the latest sitting edge design with sharp and bold looking exterior. It will come in two powertrain options fitted with two electric motors which makes 516 hp for the base model and 610 hp for the top spec M60 model which has a range of more than 300 miles in a single charge. Topped by its spacious cabin fitted with every bits of luxury and rich materials in the interior with the brand’s latest tech inside and deliver a driving thrill just like the other car.
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