Battery life: This E-car-hold batteries at the longest

lose What electric cars are the fastest on battery capacity? And in the case of which models the batteries are very durable? Select Car Leasing, a company from

Battery life: This E-car-hold batteries at the longest

lose What electric cars are the fastest on battery capacity? And in the case of which models the batteries are very durable? Select Car Leasing, a company from England, these issues are now on the ground.

To create the lists of Select Car Leasing information from Geotab, a specialist for web-based analysis for fleet management solutions. Geotab has more than analysed 6300 electric cars and Plug-In Hybrid to find out how well the different types of batteries, their capacity over the years and the kilometres travelled can keep. Since the temperature, the frequency of the can quickly affect loading and other things, the results, Geotab has been trying to make these factors in the analysis.

batteries of E-cars and hybrids examined

The following cars, according to the analysis, the least loss of battery capacity after a year of use. The percentage value next to the model name indicates the determined capacity loss.

  • Chevrolet Bolt EV 2019 – 0%

  • Audi A3 Sportback e-Tron in 2017 and 0.3%

  • Tesla Model 3 in 2019 – a 0.6%

  • Tesla Model X 2019 0,7%

  • Nissan Leaf in 2019 0,8%

  • BMW i3 in 2019 is 0.9%

  • Chevrolet Volt in 2019 and 1.1%

  • Ford Focus Electric, 2017 and 1.1%

  • Tesla Model S in 2019 – 1,1%

  • Mercedes-Benz B-class electric 2018 – 1.2% in the SUV, climate protection, and cheap too: A car, three things at once, FOCUS Online/Wochit SUV, climate protection, and cheap too: A car may be allocated three things at once

  • Mitsubishi-Hybrid at the very bottom,

    The last place of the Mitsubishi Outlander 2019 used in this study a Plug-In Hybrid, has lost within one year of 4.1 percent of its battery capacity. The second-to-last place goes to a Plug-In Hybrid: The Kia Niro of 2019 lost 3.5 percent capacity, followed by the Toyota Prius Prime 2019, which lost 2.3 per cent capacity.

    In the case of electric cars, the manufacturers don't put in the battery technology usually Lithium-ion cells, which offer the advantage of suffer from the Memory effect. Nevertheless, the performance decreases over a long period of time, this batteries. ADAC The ADAC has tested over five years on a Nissan Leaf. This range result in losses of 11 percent

    ADAC tested the first Nissan Leaf

    The ADAC had tested three years ago in a long-term test of a Nissan Leaf. Accordingly, the power storage allowed at the beginning of the test phase ranges of up to 113 kilometres. After five years, to 80,000 miles and 1,450 load, the range window is shrunk cycles to 90 kilometers. This shows, according to the ADAC in practice as well as on the measurement test bench. The capacity loss is 11 percent. However, it was a Leaf of the first Generation; newer models now have an improved battery technology. Especially in the case of Tesla, only minor degradation of the battery capacity can also according to the six-digit mileages often.

    This article was written by Tobias steel In FOCUS Online In the

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    Updated Date: 22 June 2020, 13:26

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