The electric vehicle revolution has hit the automotive industry hard as almost every automaker offers an EV in it’s lineup. Even more EVs will be launched in the coming years. Also, zappi ev charging is one of the most preferable charging for EV vehicles that help in fast charging. A total of 19 EVs were ready for sale in the American market in the first half of 2021 only. CarSwitch is here to show you the most highest selling EVs of this year, which is the best automotive platform to buy used cars in Dubai.
1. Tesla Model Y
This EV went on sale last year and became the hottest vehicle by Tesla. Customers flocked towards Model Y in the first half of the year and all other EVs by different automakers were eclipsed. In fact, the Model Y was close to beating Honda Pilot’s spot.
This EV looks like a bloated version of Tesla Model 3. It is available in 3 rows having two tight seats. There is not much cargo area but the driving range is 326 miles. Even the standard trim offers 244 miles.
City and highway fuel efficiency: 140/119
Base price: $41,190
2. Tesla model 3
It’s been 3 years since the Model 3 was launched but it is still an unbeatable classic. Due to its affordability and top-level driving range, it has become a part of many homes.
It boasts a minimalist style and huge touchscreen control center set which set fire in the EV industry. In the first half of this year, it gained 51,510 sales.
City and highway fuel efficiency: 150/133
Base price: $38,690
3. Chevrolet Bolt EV
This redesigned EV and the latest EUV is a crossover. In the first half of this year, the sales have gone up 142% as opposed to last year when the automaker recorded very low sales.
The Chevrolet Bolt offers 200 hp and an approximate 259 miles of driving range. In only half an hour, it can gain 100 miles worth of charging via the optional DC fast charging capability.
City and highway fuel efficiency: 127/108
Base price: $37,495
4. Ford Mustang Mach-E
This isn’t the first EV by Ford but it’s their first one to gain a massive following or to become a best-seller. This EV is available in different configurations such as All-Wheel and rear-wheel drive having 305 miles of driving range.
It is styled like a Mustang and drives like it was constructed by true professionals. The Mach-E GT is it’s more sporty version which generates 480 hp and reaches 60 mph in 3.8 seconds.
City and highway fuel efficiency: 105/93
Base price: $43,995
5. Nissan Leaf
Although it’s not a very attractive EV in the market and has an unusual cabin layout, it’s cost is very close to the Chevrolet Bolt. However, unlike Bolt, Nissan Leaf offers 149 miles of driving range on the standard battery pack.
But even with all these gaps, the Leaf has something unique. When it first launched in 2011 in the American market, it was included in the earliest EVs. With tiy, it has been improved.
City and highway fuel efficiency: 123/99
Base priy: $32, 620
6. Audi e-Tron and e-Tron Sportback
This Electric crossover comes with it’s stunning twin and they both were bought by 6,884 customers in the first half of the year. The true Audi luxury is embedded in the vehicles. It’s Electric package includes All-Wheel Drive and 2 motors and power output of 355 hp.
It can even go to 402 horsepower. Driving range is 222 miles whereas the Sportback can go to 218 miles. Although the cost is high, it’s worth it because the cabin is graced with wood and leather.
City and highway fuel efficiency: 78/77
Base price: $66,995
7. Volkswagen ID.4
This isn’t the first EV by the automaker aimed at the American market. However, the ID.4 has gained more popularity than the predecessors. In only a few days after the sale, it garnered the 11th spot on the best-selling vehicles. After a few months, this iconic electric crossover jumped ahead further on the list. The ID.4 offers a rear-wheel drive, 260 miles of range and 201 hp. With time, the vehicle will come with 302 hp and All-Wheel Drive.
City and highway fuel efficiency by EPA: 104/89
Base price: $41,190