Electric Vehicle ‘Top Trumps’ Showdown

Electric Vehicle ‘Top Trumps’ Showdown

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Electric Vehicle ‘Top Trumps’ Showdown

This brief spell of sunshine has most certainly lifted spirits within the office. Additionally, with lockdown restrictions slowly lifting across the nation and the long Bank Holiday round the corner, we thought we’d have some fun this week by assembling an Electric car ‘Top Trumps’ Showdown. We have selected a range of vehicles, from the Luxurious EQC to the City focused VW ID.3 all with their own bespoke ‘Top Trump’ card. The cards feature some key aspects of electric vehicles and include information such as, Top Speed, Acceleration, range etc. All the vehicles listed below have offers on our main leasing site, so we have included links on each one that will take you directly to the vehicle itself.

Jaguar I-Pace SUV

Jaguar makes a full-electric vehicle – and a very good one. The English car company became the first of the premium brand manufacturers to make a long range, practical, battery-powered electric vehicle. The I-Pace is a mid-sized SUV that certainly keeps up with the likes of Tesla Model 3 and the Audi E-Tron. Quick, handsome, and long range – all key elements the I-Pace has to be a competitor in the electric market.

VW ID.3 Hatch

The ID.3 will change the way you think about Volkswagen. And, the brand hopes, it will change the way you think about affordable electric cars. This contender is priced, shaped, and designed right for the heart of the family segment of the growing EV sector. Unlike previous battery-powered Volkswagens, it’s completely new from the ground up.  It’s small enough for the city and big enough for the family. Plus it’s as affordable as a comparable petrol or diesel model and clever enough to make a conventional family hatchback seem hopelessly outdated. The future’s arrived.

Mercedes-Benz EQC SUV

The Mercedes EQC is a large luxury SUV that’s fully electric but it’s very much a product typical of the Three Pointed Star. It’s extremely class-competitive in terms of things like driving range, cabin practicality and charging time replenishment. And arguably segment leading in terms of interior finish and driving refinement.

Skoda Enyaq iV SUV

Skoda’s first full-electric car, the Enyaq iV, uses Volkswagen Group EV technology to good effect. Based around the Wolfsburg conglomerate’s advanced MEB electrified platform, it nevertheless manages to incorporate a very Skoda look and feel. And in terms of range, charging stats and equipment, will look attractive in the showroom for those who get the right price or lease deal.

Tesla Model 3 Saloon

The Model 3 is Tesla’s more significant car to date. Mainly because it’s the company’s most affordable product and therefore the highest volume thing it makes. This is the company’s first saloon and it’s positioned somewhere between BMW’s 3 Series and 5 Series. It follows the brand’s pricier Model S and Model X cars and precedes a Model Y crossover.

Thank you for reading, we hope you have a fantastic Bank Holiday weekend!
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