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The Best Electric Cars You Can Buy In 2021

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The world is fast moving to Electric Vehicles, but electric cars are a new concept most people are still struggling to grasp. Yet there are more electric cars than ever before to choose from currently. So, how do you get the best one for your budget?

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And today I take to consideration 8 electric cars that you can buy in 2021

Each has its pros and cons and if you need more details about each car you can check here

You know what you all are nice people lets do 10 best electric cars in 2021

With all that said

At no 10 we have

10. Porsche Taycan

The new Porsche Taycan is a fantastic vehicle to drive, staying faithful to its maker’s legacy and confirming that this is a ‘proper’ Porsche sports saloon.

The Taycan has sports car-like handling, ferocious acceleration, and incredible endurance – all while only having four seats and a usable range. It’s not always that a car looks genuinely futuristic, but the Porsche Taycan does, and it demonstrates just how much fun a plug-in future can be.

Despite its 2.2-tonne weight, it conceals its bulk well and can thread neatly around tight corners and demolish short, sweeping turns. The Taycan’s raw speed is frankly ridiculous; in ‘standard’ 523bhp 4S form, it achieves the 0-100km/h / 0-62mph benchmark in 4.0s, but if you switch to the 750bhp Turbo S version, it manages it in a staggeringly fast 2.8s.

But don’t forget that the Taycan should be a breeze to live with as an everyday driver. Although the ride comfort is firm, the air suspension does a good job of coping with the damaged, rough tarmac roads.

The Taycan exemplifies Porsche’s vision for its own future in the transition from fossil fuels to electric technology. It’s an accomplished first move, superbly performed, and one that can put the driving enthusiast at ease.

9. Tesla Model S

When it debuted eight years ago, the Model S was probably the first all-electric vehicle that could easily be used in place of a combustion-engine counterpart. It is also one of the better EVs on the market today.

The 2020 lineup includes two high-end versions, the Efficiency and Long-Range Plus, all of which provide excellent range and useful practicality in addition to the usual spectacular levels of battery-powered performance. If you are considering purchasing a Mercedes S-Class or a Porsche Panamera, the Model S stands out as an electric option.

It is much bigger than the Model 3 and much more practical, with up to 804 liters of boot space and available rear-facing infant seats that convert it to a seven-seater. The Model S is distinguished by its battery and motor technology. With a massive 100kWh battery, the Model S Long Range can travel 652 kilometers / 405 miles on a single charge and is supported by Tesla’s 150kW Supercharger network.

8. Volkswagen ID.3

The Volkswagen ID.3 is a capable, all-electric family hatchback that nails its brief with competitive pricing, attractive aesthetics, and exceptional luxury – all wrapped up in a functional kit with a functional, real-world range.

Whereas the new Golf looks just marginally distinct from previous models, the ID.3 represents a glimpse into VW’s future. Aside from its unique appearance, the ID.3’s interior features cutting-edge technology, with everything in the ID.3 being touch-sensitive and powered entirely by the 10-inch touchscreen. The technology is much superior to that of, say, the Nissan Leaf, which seems really last generation in comparison.

The 201bhp (brake horsepower) ID.3 is enjoyable to drive, with a well-tuned suspension setup offering a composed ride, with the silent electric motor and absence of road and wind noise accessing the cabin adding to the air of elegance.

The ID.3’s range should be fine, as the mid-spec 58kWh version should be good for up to 423 km / 263 miles on a single charge, while Volkswagen says the top 77kWh model can go 540km / 336 miles before having to plug in.

Whatever edition you select to fit your needs, the ID.3 is a fantastic electric vehicle that stands out from its less capable competitors.

7. Kia e-Niro

The pace of electric vehicle production is now relentless, but the Kia e-Niro remains one of the best electric vehicles available.

The e-Niro ‘2′ starts at about £29,595, but the range is limited to 290km/180 miles. The e-Niro ‘3′, which uses the same electric powertrain as the Hyundai Kona Electric, has a 454km / 282-mile official range and costs about £34,000.

Earlier in 2020, there was a major issue with the e-Niro: obtaining one. Since it is an electric vehicle with enough room for daily family use, demand for the pure-electric SUV has outstripped production, whereas top-spec vehicles have the advantage of a longer driving range. The condition seems to be much better today, with more e-Niro’s being distributed to dealers.

Kia’s 64kWh battery is among the finest in the industry, and you can’t help but be fascinated as it nudges down the length in individual miles, rather than being unnecessarily confident or cynical regarding its reserves.

Perhaps the styling is a little traditional, and the cabin is practical but uninspiring. However, these are minor flaws in what has rapidly become the finest all-around EV on the market.

6. Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar jumped ahead of its luxury competitors when it introduced the I-Pace in 2018. With its combination of performance, functionality, and a high-end appearance. And after two years, Audi and Mercedes are both unable to compete.

Recent technical updates have increased the I-range Pace’s to 292 miles, and a major redesign of the car’s infotainment interface is planned for 2021. It is now ‘always on,’ allowing it to embrace upgrades without the need for a ride to the dealership.

The simple I-Pace kit, on the other hand, stays the same, but this is a comfortable vehicle with room for four and a spacious boot; it could quickly replace your single-family car. The I-best Pace’s feature, though, is the way it drives, with blistering performance and superb handling. In a nutshell, it is everything an electric Jaguar can be.

5. Renault Zoe

The Zoe seems to be one of the most enticing compact electric vehicles available. Starting at about £27,000, it blends a practical supermini frame with a maximum range that outguns main competitors, all at a reasonable price.

The Zoe has a range of up to 394 kilometers/ 245 miles thanks to its 52kWh pack, which outperforms EVs costing much, much more than the Renault. It also has a good charging feature, with 50kW rapid-charging technology available, allowing the Zoe’s battery to be recharged to 80% in as little as an hour and 10 minutes.

Within, the most recent Zoe update introduced the infotainment system from the new Clio supermini, giving the EV’s interior a feeling of familiarity and consistency. The equipment levels are fine, and the lineup is extensive for an electric model, with three trim levels to choose from.

The Renault Zoe is a more practical electric vehicle than any of its competitors. Constant upgrades suggest it has benefited from Renault’s new electric technologies, and we will recommend the newest model if it fits with your lifestyle.

4. Kia Soul

If you want an electric car that stands out from the crowd, the Soul EV is the way to go. Kia’s new individual development maintains its exclusive styling while still incorporating a cutting-edge powertrain that rivals everything in the Hyundai-Kia lineup.

Of course, this is not surprising given that the Soul receives the same 64kWh battery pack and energy-management device as the e-Niro. That translates to a claimed range of 450 km/280 miles on a single charge in a vehicle with seating for four adults and a boot capacity of 315 liters. The cabin is clever and practical, and although it does have the occasional hard plastic piece, it is well screwed together.

Of course, the Soul’s looks aren’t for everybody, but that’s part of the point. This is a car built to elicit a reaction; it surely stands out, and should be praised.

3. Polestar 2

With the Tesla Model 3 proving to be a popular option among electric saloon customers, Volvo offshoot Polestar hopes to deliver perhaps the most compelling alternative in the form of the Polestar 2.

This performance saloon has a huge 78kWh battery and dual electric motors with a total output of 402bhp. It accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 4.7 seconds and has a maximum speed of 127 mph. Polestar, with a maximum range of 292 miles, is the first electric saloon to really stand out as a viable competitor to the Tesla Model 3. It can also recharge at up to 150kW, so fast top-ups are possible if you can find a roadside charger that supports it.

There is only one model to choose from – there are currently no plans to sell a cheaper version with a smaller battery pack – but there is a long range of choices available to personalize the vehicle.

There is only one model to choose from – there are currently no plans to sell a cheaper version with a smaller battery pack – but there is a long range of choices available to personalize the vehicle.

2. Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first all-electric SUV and one of the blue oval’s most significant vehicles in a decade. The Mach-E, which starts at about £40,000, is a practical and reasonably priced EV with excellent handling and a generous range of standard features.

It also doesn’t skimp on performance, with the fastest 346bhp all-wheel-drive model capable of 0-62mph in 5.1 seconds. The model lineup includes 68kWh ‘Standard Range’ battery models with three- or four-wheel drive. The former has a range of up to 273 miles and the latter has a range of 243 miles.

When you upgrade to the 88kWh ‘Extended Range’ engines, you’ll get more miles on a single charge – 379 miles for the RWD model and 335 miles for the AWD First Edition SUV.

The Mustang Mach-E is nothing like its classic sports car namesake, but it’s a well-crafted electric SUV with a wide range of capabilities. If you’re looking for more power, keep an eye out for the 480bhp Mach-E GT performance variant, which will be available at the end of the year.

1.    Tesla Model 3

The Model 3 was the hybrid vehicle that many people have been hoping for. It’s a lightweight executive saloon that competes with the Mercedes C-Class and BMW 3 Series in a market with strong mass appeal, and it’s also one of the most persuasive electric vehicles money can purchase.

It incorporates minimalist design, cutting-edge technology, grin-inducing efficiency, cutting-edge charging technology – backed by the extensive and dedicated Tesla Supercharger network – and, most significantly, a long driving range. The entry-level Standard Range Plus model claims up to 430 kilometers (267 miles) on a single charge, but it does so without sacrificing results. The electric motor drives the rear wheels and propels the vehicle from 0 to 60 miles per hour (96.5 kilometers per hour) in 5.3 seconds, with a maximum speed of 225 kilometers per hour (140 miles per hour).

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