EV Cars and Drivers

For the most part, the EV vehicle market is booming. Unlike a traditional vehicle, an EV is a greener alternative to gasoline or diesel. Electric vehicles have low running costs, and a lot of perks. These advantages make them a great way to drive down gas prices.

Lucid Air EV

The Lucid Air is an electric vehicle that is both familiar and new at the same time. The interior has a traditional button and screen layout, but it also has a large touchscreen that bridges the lower dash and console. This touchscreen controls everything from climate settings to the driving experience.

The Lucid Air has a total cargo space of 26.1 cubic feet, with the space divided between the front and rear trunks. Compared to a Porsche Taycan or Tesla Model S, the Lucid Air has a significantly larger front trunk.

GM’s Hummer

When it comes to power, GM’s Hummer EV electric vehicle is a powerhouse. It boasts 1,000 horsepower and 1,200 pound-feet of torque. With the Watts To Freedom mode, which runs the cooling system to add twist, the Hummer can hit 60 mph in three seconds. The system includes visual, audible, and haptic cues that let you know how much twist the Hummer EV has. Its acceleration and squats will impress.

The Hummer EV is a large vehicle that has plenty of power and impressive four-wheel-steering. It also has a beautiful infotainment system and a busy gauge cluster. This vehicle is part of GM’s ambitious “moonshot” to reinvent the company around electric vehicles.

Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf is a relatively inexpensive electric car, with a driving range comparable to the rest of the Nissan lineup. The car also has a smooth ride and feels stable, with a tight turning radius and responsive steering. It also boasts a powerful electric motor. But compared to the Model S, the Leaf lacks a little punch.

The battery pack on the Nissan Leaf is guaranteed to last a minimum of 160,000 kilometers, and the manufacturer also guarantees free battery replacement for as long as the vehicle is under warranty. The car can also recharge itself from a 240-volt electrical outlet in a matter of seven hours. Nissan has also included a DC fast-charge port, which is standard on all Plus trims and SV models. Standard Leaf models come with a 40-kWh battery that provides a range of 150 miles.

Chevrolet Bolt EV

With its range of up to 259 miles, the Chevrolet Bolt EV is a good choice for those who want to make a greener and more environmentally friendly choice. It also offers advanced safety features such as a rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, and more. It costs approximately $32,500 for the base model and $34,000 for the 2LT trim.

The Chevrolet Bolt EV has excellent space for passengers and cargo. The spacious interior features front door pockets, a center console, and a glove box, as well as a plus-sized phone cubby with wireless charging. The car’s luggage space is also surprisingly spacious, at 57 cubic feet.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV will be available in 2022, the first car in Hyundai’s new IONIQ series of EVs. The automaker has spent significant time and money on the development of this new electric vehicle and expects to be a leader in the EV field for years to come.

The Ioniq 5 features an impressive array of technology, including an intelligent driver-assistant system and a 12.3-inch touchscreen. Drivers will appreciate the sleek look and feel of the car’s dashboard, which dispenses driving data and is complemented by a touchscreen infotainment system.