ELECTRIC CARS That WILL Challenge Tesla Model 3

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The Tesla Model 3 has been the Electric Vehicle of choice for the past couple years… But now it has some challengers. Cars like the Hyundai Kona Electric, VW E-Golf, Chevy Bolt EV, the new Audi E-Tron and the Jaguar I-Pace. Are all great EV’s, and are great options!

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37 Replies to “ELECTRIC CARS That WILL Challenge Tesla Model 3”

  1. per januschas

    Did you ever offer a thought as to where the electricity to drive these electric cars will come from? Please do, and then tell me why it's a bright idea to burn coal to create electricity, then send the electricity potentially a few hundred miles over wire before you can charge your car (which btw takes forever when you're on the move), and gets roughly 1-5 % efficiency out of the hydrocarbons? Wouldn't you say it's better to let the car engine do the conversion on the spot, and be 20% efficient for petrol/gasoline, and 40% efficient for diesel? BTW have you ever given any thought to the cost of upgrading the electric infrastructure in order to let everyone charge their car with electricity? I'll give this technology to the end of 2025 before I declare it dead, but I'd be happy to hear your thoughts on this.

  2. Jackie Win

    One key fact about Tesla will win all the EV cars. Tesla got alot of charging stations, and V3 charger can charge 100 mile per 5 minutes. I guess no point going for other EV cars.

  3. Brandon DeFrenchi

    I'm so tired of seeing "tesla killer". Everytime someone posts that shit they compare the model 3 to something like the bolt or the leaf and like to talk bad about tesla which is obviously the better option. Not a fanboy just tired of everyone bashing Tesla with nothing to back it up. Rivian is the only other ev company I could see as serious competition and they haven't even started production.

  4. Adrian Burke

    Why does no one talk about the BIGGEST issue with challenging Tesla. The Supercharger. You can't charge your Bolt, Kia or VW in less than an hour. You can with your Tesla. If you plan it right, you can drive across country, just stopping for meals/charging all the way across.

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