Electric cars have been on the market for a number of years now. Electric cars are gradually becoming mainstream on the market. Many governments are supporting the evolution of electric cars through investments in battery manufacturing plants. They are mandating the end of selling new combustion vehicles by 20235. It used to be only the tree huggers, as well as people who cared about environmental issues and who supported electric cars. 

As the market matures and the products improve, more and more people are taking notice of electric vehicles. They consider them as a real alternative to a gas-powered car. We are also looking forward to when the Chevrolet Volt, pictured in this picture, will be offered in Canada as well as the US.

Electric cars on the market include

  • Nissan Leaf – 80 kilowatt(80 horsepower) motor, heated seats, backup camera, Bluetooth, cruise, heated steering wheel, and a range of 129 kilometers.
  • Mitsubishi I-Miev – 69 horsepower motor, heated seats, AC, the range is 150 km.
  • Smart EV – 74 horsepower motor, 135 km range, and multiple charging options.
  • Focus BEV,
  • BMW I3
  • Tesla – a high-end, all-electric car

Another important factor that is making electric cars or interesting to consumers is that there is an increasing number of charging stations. For electric cars to really take off, owners have to be able to depend on locations where they can take their cars and recharge. Otherwise these cars will be Limited to commuter cars and for one car family’s they are just not attractive.

Virtually every major car manufacturer is developing an electric car to take advantage of the increasing demand. Couple electric cars with self-driving cars, and you have a powerful momentum that will lead to a significant change in the industry. Electric distribution stages will proliferate to answer the need. Right now, Tesla is probably the most famous name with a car that has beaten all of the safety ratings. They will also have other electric cars on the market in 2024.