After a series of breakthroughs in the development of innovative means of transportation and zero emission drivetrains, manufacturers have become more confident in the future of all-electric vehicles. Their latest vehicle creations show that newest battery packs, when working in tandem in powerful electric motors, could both provide good driving range and driving dynamics: EVs tend to have zippy acceleration, especially at the initial stages.

Modern car companies are trying to implement their latest electric-vehicle tech, while keeping the buying prices at affordable levels. It’s no wonder that we start seeing new compact SUVs and crossover vehicle being equipped with electrified power. This body style is one of the best selling on modern market; when combined with low running costs of an EV it could attract even a wider audience.

Today newer battery-electric cars seem to be addressing some of the most vital features: they could go more without charging and start supporting supercharging technology or at least offer some fast charging capabilities.

This presentation shows the latest information about electric cars. All media files are shown for educational and illustrative purposes only. List of sources could be found in the credits section at the end of the video.

EV development news show that all-electric crossovers are getting better after every update, their riding range will only continue to grow, while advanced charging technology will let us refill faster. With better technical specifications such cars will be more desirable for consumers, thus prompting the automobile markers to ramp up the production and make their products cheaper.

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    • Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists
      Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists

      Find out more about electric cars and vehicles: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeYSci69dx4lMHLu-JU8_asnTSvdJ12Fb

      about 6 months ago
    • Nigel Weir
      Nigel Weir

      Regen of 20% just fantasy and on city cycle just ludicrous

      about 1 month ago
    • Marco Panzanni
      Marco Panzanni

      DS3 Crossback, is known as the PSA Group in English; formerly known as PSA Peugeot Citroën (from 1991 to 2016) is a French multinational manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles sold under the Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall brands.
      Specs are low and almost on par with the 40KW ZOE so it is very likely that this car will make into production, tho the cool interior is highly unlikely.
      Kia is a shoe in, as there are mules running around in South Korea already =)
      Xiaopend is highly unlikely, as the Chinese brands have not been able to meet any crash testing regulations for Europe & America and is basically a cheap knock off of a Tesla ModelS made into a tall hatch.
      Kia NiroEV is already showing up at dealerships for display =)
      Byton M-Byte is almost a complete knock of from LucidAir in a SUV-ish form ( the front especially), but with Chinese gov money behind them, it probably stands the best chance of all from among the Chinese brands, tho i wouldn't hold my breadth on the 2019 date.
      Audi E-tron is way to expensive to sell in any significant numbers, 15-20K units max/year, Ditto Jag iPace.
      Kona on the other hand is very well made and ok-ish price for what u get, so it may sell very well.

      about 6 months ago
    • Marco Panzanni
      Marco Panzanni In reply to Marco Panzanni

      @Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists it is not tiny at all, it can seat adults up to 5"10 easily, and still had lots of cargo room, the fact that it's a 35.5cm longer vehicle puts it in a completely different vehicle class. But people will continue to compare it to mX regardless, just like they compared Leaf to ModelS or Model3, the closest true competitor to molelX is the upcoming Mercedes EQC which is about same size dimensionally. it's a bit like comparing bmw X3 to a BMW X5, it's just silly, both may be suv but each is in a different league altogether even if they are specked to same price.

      about 5 months ago
    • Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists
      Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists In reply to Marco Panzanni

      We will check those out. But a true 7 seater, isn't the 3rd row in Model X tiny? They look like those in Mazda CX9?

      about 5 months ago
    • Marco Panzanni
      Marco Panzanni In reply to Marco Panzanni

      @Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists
      iPace is not a competitor to mX as much as everyone would like it to be or make people believe. They are similar in price and performance speed/range. iPace would be more of a competitor to modelS or mercE or a bmw5. Every mid size SUV lie Forde Edge, Mitsubishi Outlander, Toyota Rav4 or Honda CRV has significantly more interior space.
      But while mX is a true 7 seater and is a huge car (75KWh bat), the iPace is tiny in size, it's more akin to a Honda Civic or a Toyota Camry (interior space) thats lifted up a bit, modelX is longer wider and taller.
      U can check out the detailed difference here:
      https://www.automobiledimension.com/models/jaguar/i-pace-2018
      https://www.automobiledimension.com/models/tesla/model-x-2016

      about 5 months ago
    • Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists
      Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists In reply to Marco Panzanni

      You have made some very nice points. But it seems that Ipace is the first true competitor to Model X (everyone has been taking about Tesla having at least some competition). On paper, if we compare two base models of Model X and Ipace, the Ipace seems to bring more in almost every department, with the exception of the autopilot and 7 passenger seating. Would you agree with such a statement?

      about 5 months ago
    • Marco Panzanni
      Marco Panzanni In reply to Marco Panzanni

      @Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists Very well made, though they sacrificed to much aerodynamics (0.29CdA) purely for style purposes, should have had way better range with that 90KW when even compared to the Kona's 64KW. It will do well, but i don't expect it to sell above 20,000 units/year, price is simply way to high at $75K+.

      about 6 months ago
    • Henrique Manuel Granado Leal Quartin
      Henrique Manuel Granado Leal Quartin

      The future and present cllean tecnology....thanks for ppost

      about 6 months ago
    • Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists
      Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists In reply to Henrique Manuel Granado Leal Quartin

      Hello, thank you for your feedback. Do you think that we'd have more electric cars in our cities in the nearest future?

      about 6 months ago
    • The eel
      The eel

      Thank you Datacube, very cool!

      about 6 months ago
    • Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists
      Datacube: awesome facts and interesting top lists In reply to The eel

      Hello, thank you for your comment. Are you planning on owning one of these one day?

      about 6 months ago