The WLTP test is performed in controlled test conditions to provide customers the ability to see a like-for-like comparison.
In the real world, as with petrol or diesel vehicles, there are multiple factors that influence and impact range performance:
EVs and PHEVs allow for a range of charging options, allowing you to do so out and about, at home and at work.
Currently, there are more than 26,800 public charging locations around the UK – and this figure is growing all the time.
We work alongside CDS Electrical - an experienced and premier installer of vehicle charging points in the south east of England - to provide a range of charging options to suit you. From commercial outlets to domestic solutions, we will be able to quickly and effortlessly install the correct charging point to meet your needs.
If your employer provides electric vehicle charging provision, you’ll be able to make use of slow, 3 kW charging speeds at worst and fast-charging 7 kW connectors at best.
There are plenty of sound reasons for making the switch to electric. For instance, a fully electric car produces zero harmful emissions while a plug-in hybrid produces considerably fewer emissions than a regular car. Also, you won’t be charged for driving your vehicle in areas where there’s a levy on the production of excess harmful emissions, such as London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).