Top Five Electric Cars in 2020


As we can see the Electric Cars are very much in trend in and in 2020 there are many amazing electric cars are coming to grab the heart of the riders. The charging mechanisms of electric cars are very much interesting and challenging for the makers. The hard work of the engineers and also their unique ideas make it possible. We are here with the list of top five electric cars in 2020.

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace consists of two permanent magnet synchronous electric motors and a rear axle combined power output of 395 bhp and a maximum torque of 696 Nm. It also has an AWD system as additional features. It takes 4.5 seconds to reach from 0 to 100 kmph and the SUV can reach the limit of 450 kmph. This is one of the top five electric cars.

Nissan Leaf

Nissan leaf is an amazing electric car that once charged can produce a range of 400 km at a 40-kilowatt-hour battery. A power output of 148 Bhp and 320 Nm of peak torque. Battery charge depends on the power level between 8 and 16 hours. The Rapid Charge car features that can also charge up to 80 per cent of the battery in just 40 minutes.

Audi e-Tron

Each axle gets two electric motors in the Audi E-Tron SUV. Extreme Torque of the car is up to 561 nm. Boost mode and power output rose to 300 kW or 408 bhp. Once charged, the 400 km Audi E-Tron WLTP can cycle various SUVs and reach a top speed of 200 kilometers per hour. Also, the mode increases to 0–100 kmph in 5.7 seconds for 6.6 seconds and on the normal mode.

Mercedes-Benz EQC

The Mercedes-Benz EQC  is equipped with a dual-motor setup. It makes an SUV all-wheel drive for the EQC or Mercedes 4Matic it prefers to call. The EQC motors are fueled by an 80 kWh lithium-ion battery, which encourages the vehicle to create a joined 300 kW (402 hp) of greatest force and 765 Nm of most extreme torque. The new EQC sub-electric SUV has received a wide range of 400 km with quick charge options.

Porsche Taycan

The new Porsche Taycan will sport two synchronous electric motors excited to be able to permanently churn out a maximum power of around 600 bhp and 500 kilometres of a high-voltage lithium-ion battery. It takes 3.5 seconds to reach 100 kmph which is amazing.


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