How far can most electric cars drive on a single charge? We look at what range is, how it’s determined, and how an Onto subscription can give you the right electric car for your range needs.
In the 1990s, electric cars with new, longer ranges debuted. But drivers didn’t embrace them immediately - they were uncertain. Could 75 miles to a charge be enough to meet their usual needs? And what if they couldn’t find a public charger in time?
Drivers were nervous that electric cars wouldn’t have enough range to cover complete trips, and this fear became known as ‘range anxiety’.
But today, range anxiety is becoming a thing of the past. Not only does the UK have an extensive network of charging facilities, but most electric vehicles have ranges of at least 120 miles per charge - the Tesla Model 3 Long Range even has a Real World Range of 280 miles!
Whether you need a range that can cover lots of short city commutes or longer trips out of town, Onto can help you find the right electric car for you.