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Electric Vehicle FAQs
Take a quick look through our latest frequently asked questions to learn more about making the change to hybrid or electric power.
What makes the best hybrid car for one person may differ entirely for another. As a result, you should identify the factors most important to you and assess the suitability of those hybrid vehicles that are available. The team at Brayleys Renault will be able to offer advice too.
This depends on both the vehicle and the charging point being used. High-powered public charge points, for example, will be able to charge your vehicle to approximately 80% in under an hour; home points, meanwhile, often need to run overnight.
A lithium-ion battery is charged via a suitable outlet point and is responsible for powering all features of your car. This includes instant delivery of torque to all four wheels, meaning you will be able to pull away with speed and power.
In essence, yes. Electric cars do not require a traditional transmission and so are akin to driving an automatic model.
The overall range of an electric car varies from model to model, but many of the newer electric vehicles have the ability to achieve up to 300 miles on a single charge.