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Benefits of choosing an electric vehicle

EVs have a number of benefits over petrol and diesel cars. They also have a smaller environmental impact in terms of the resources used in their production. EVs are the future of motoring, and with prices dropping all the time, there’s never been a better time to switch to one.

 

Lower cost

EVs provide outstanding value over time for drivers wanting to save money while getting around more efficiently. The price of a full charge is dramatically lower than a full tank, which keep running costs low.

 

The cost of an EV continues to drop, and is now comparable to conventional cars. Globally, it starts from around $20k (£15k) with one model under $5k (£3.7k) available in China.

 

Zero emissions & lower carbon footprint
Electricity is a cleaner and greener fuel than petrol or diesel. EVs have zero tailpipe emissions when in use – improving air quality in towns and cities.

CO2 emitted when charging and EV is less than half of the CO2 emissions of operating petrol and diesel cars.

Driving a conventional car for a low 7,500 miles (~12,000km) annually, filling up only once a month, produces 1.5 tonnes of CO2 per year. An EV would take 4 years to produce this amount, for the same mileage.

 

Fewer moving parts
With fewer parts, less can go wrong!

 

EVs have far fewer moving parts than petrol or diesel cars, meaning they’re less likely to require maintenance and repairs. There are 3 key components to an EV engine – the, battery, the inverter, and the motor.


Fewer parts also mean less noise pollution.

 

Eco-friendly batteries
At the end of their life, the batteries in EVs can be recycled or repurposed.


This ensures that all the valuable resources used in their manufacture are put to good use.


Innovation is also driving down the use of some materials required for EV batteries that are more difficult to mine, like Cobalt. This ensures that recycled materials can more fully meet the demand for new EVs.

Key benefits of choosing an electric vehicle

EVs have a number of benefits over petrol and diesel cars. They also have a smaller environmental impact in terms of the resources used in their production. EVs are the future of motoring, and with prices dropping all the time, there’s never been a better time to switch to one.

Lower CostZero emissions & lower carbon footprintFewer moving partsEco-friendly batteries
EVs provide outstanding value over time for drivers wanting to save money while getting around more efficiently. The price of a A full charge is dramatically lower than a full tank, which keep running costs low. The cost of an EV continues to drop, and is now comparable to conventional cars. Globally, it starts from around $20k (£15k) with one model under $5k (£3.7k) available in China.Electricity is a cleaner and greener fuel than petrol or diesel. EVs have zero tailpipe emissions when in use - improving air quality in towns and cities. CO2 emitted when charging and EV is less than half of the CO2 emissions of operating petrol and diesel cars. Driving a conventional car for a low 7,500 miles (~12,000km) annually, filling up only once a month, produces 1.5 tonnes of CO2 per year. An EV would take 4 years to produce this amount, for the same mileage. With fewer parts, less can go wrong! EVs have far fewer moving parts than petrol or diesel cars, meaning they’re less likely to require maintenance and repairs. There are 3 key components to an EV engine – the, battery, the inverter, and the motor. Fewer parts also mean less noise pollution.At the end of their life, the batteries in EVs can be recycled or repurposed. This ensures that all the valuable resources used in their manufacture are put to good use. Innovation is also driving down the use of some materials required for EV batteries that are more difficult to mine, like Cobalt. This ensures that recycled materials can more fully meet the demand for new EVs.