The first round of the industry’s electric cars about a decade ago couldn’t go much further than 80 to 100 miles depending on conditions.
- A 300-mile range takes away a lot of the ‘range anxiety’ experts say.
- But a 600-mile range would let drivers get from San Francisco to Las Vegas without stopping.
- Here’s a look at where some of the top EVs are in the race to 600.
In the race to try to catch Tesla when it comes to electric car supremacy, automakers are literally going the extra mile – at least when it comes to battery output.
With the auto industry turning its full attention to the development of stylish long-range electric vehicles, car companies are looking to be able to boast about gains in how far their cars and SUVs can travel on a single charge as the way to separate themselves from the pack.
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