Many people are putting off buying an electric car because they are concerned about range. As a result, electric car manufacturers frequently rely on huge, strong batteries to transport a significant amount of energy and improve range. However, the amount of energy consumed by electric vehicles every 100 kilometers is equally significant. Because the more efficiently automobiles go on the road, the further they can travel. However, because electric cars are always estimated to emit 0 grams of CO2 in CO2 fleet statistics, there are few incentives to build a highly efficient electric vehicle.
Already, there are significant discrepancies across the models. According to an ADAC rating, the amount of energy consumed by an electric vehicle is determined by factors other than its size, weight, and horsepower.
The design and temperature control of the battery packs can also significantly impact how much energy is consumed over 100 kilometers. Unfortunately, Tesla and Porsche are not among the top five power-hungry electric cars.