When it comes to electric vehicles though, there are many questions to be answered.
Is an electric vehicle a good choice for me?
Should I consider a fully electric car or a plug-in hybrid?
How much of my driving could be on electric power?
Calculate your potential for eMobility
Answer a few questions to discover if an electric vehicle could suit your driving behaviour.
1. What is your driving style?
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Your driving profile is well suited to an
Electric Vehicle
(runs completely on electric power)
Your driving profile is well suited to an
Plug-in hybrid
(a combustion engine works as a backup when the batteries are depleted)
Your driving profile is well suited to an
Combustion engine
(Cause that ain't gonna happen with EV)
An electric vehicle (EV), also called a battery electric vehicle (BEV) runs completely on electric power, stored in batteries. lt uses plug-in charging and is a good option for drivers who do not drive long distances and have charging facilities available. The trips you make and the available charging
infrastructure at your frequently visited places make you an ideal candidate to drive an EV. Since battery electric vehicles do not emit C02, your carbon emissions will be greatly reduced. Combined with Alphabet's add-on mobility options for longer trips, an electric vehicle would be well suited to the way you drive.
A plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) uses both battery power and a supplementary combustion engine as a backup source. PHEVs can be a good option for people who want the benefits of an electric vehicle, but sometimes need to drive long distances. Your driving behaviour suggests that a significant
percentage of the distance you drive could be made on electric power. This would potentially reduce your fuel costs and provide you with tax benefits. By utilising more charging facilities and using alternative transport for longer trips, you might also be suitable for an EV.
While electric vehicles offer reduced carbon emissions and tax incentives, they need the right driving profile to be effective. Electric vehicles (EVs) are well-suited to people with good charging facility availability and who drive mostly short distances.
Plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) use both battery power and a supplementary combustion engine as a backup source. However, while this makes all trips possible, it is important that there is enough use of electric power to make a PHEV worthwhile.
How is this calculated?
How can you improve your eMobility potential?
Want to modify your weekly driving route?
With electric vehicles, it's important that you have sufficient power for the distance of each trip. You can improve your eMobility potential by making more of your trips possible with electric power.
We've identified the trips in your weekly route that can not be driven on purely electric power.
Improve your EV factor
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Want to modify your driving style?
Curious to see how adopting a different driving style could change your eMobility potential?
Select a different style to recalculate your results:
Your current driving styleWould the result be different with a more economic driving style?
Your current driving styleWould my eMoblilty potential be different with a normal driving style?
Your current driving styleWhat changes can I expect when I drive with a more sporty style?
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