Today’s electric car market is bigger and better. Buyers have a vast selection from cheap models like the Nissan Leaf to premium Tesla cars at the forefront of the luxury EV world.
The world is catching on to the electric car being a genuine alternative to the conventional vehicle. All thanks to the massive improvements being made to the cruising range and the charging experience.
Electric vehicles come with the advantage of cleaner air and the convenience of not worrying about gas. However, public charging facilities are not easy to access for everyone. That’s why most EV owners charge their cars at home.
90% of electric vehicle owners charge their ride at home. This can be done using the level 1 charger that comes with the vehicle or a level 2 charger you install at home. The level 1 charger is slow. That’s why many people prefer to install a dedicated level 2 charging station.
There’s been a huge push to electric vehicles in recent times. While they’re just a small percentage on the road, we can expect to see more of them as countries like the UK ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030.
Tesla has undoubtedly influenced the EV industry. It is all the rage, with five Tesla models already on the road. The Tesla Roadster, Model X, Model S, Model 3, and Model Y. The company has forced other car manufacturing companies to take electric cars seriously.
In recent years, sales of electric vehicles have been at an all-time high. This makes it essential to have more charging stations in order to keep up with the rising number of electric vehicles.
Tesla is a ginormous brand in the world of manufacturing — and particularly in the automobile sector — synonymous with sophisticated and high performance products.