A new trial run is being conducted in the United Kingdom, and most people who are testing the new full-electric vehicles are pretty happy with their performance. A majority of drivers have noted that it’s a good experience and, despite original concerns, the range of the vehicle is not a problem. They’ve reported no hassles with charging the vehicles and didn’t even flinch when they took them to the major highways - this could be good news for companies specializing in electric vehicles and could be a major stepping stone to having a full compliment of electric vehicles state-side in the next few years.
Auto transporters have seen that hybrids are dominating shipping lists, but electric vehicles are still present; this test could change many a driver’s mind over the next few years, especially if these tests are run in cities across America, which is the plan for hte next few years. The trials have shown that most vehicles are driven just 23 miles per day, despite having a range of 80 miles or more. While these aren’t vehicles you’d want to drive cross-country, they’re perfect for getting around in, and could be here sooner than you think.