How much is a Stromer in the Real consumption? In the case of Diesel and petrol car drivers have made over the years, their own experiences and knowledge, with which fuel consumption they can expect. It’s different for electric cars: most of them have no idea of how a vehicle behaves under real-world conditions.
The ADAC has tested eleven electric cars of different sizes and price classes. In particular, the range of individual vehicles and their consumption have been considered in more detail. Was measured the values in the reality of the middle ADAC Ecotest, the German automobile club for vehicles of all drive types equally.
1. Power consumption: load loss cost
That larger and heavier cars consume more to have on Hand. How big are the differences in the Test are actually, nevertheless, surprising. While the most fuel-efficient car consumes in the Test, the Hyundai Ioniq, to 14.7 kWh per 100 miles, the Nissan e-NV 200 Evalia, an electric Transporter, 28.1 kWh per 100 kilometres, nearly twice as much. The two Tesla models, Model S and Model X, will need in the Ecotest more than 10 kWh more than the Hyundai. As is the case with combustion engines, the fuel Consumption of the manufacturer in the case of electric vehicles among the values measured by the ADAC in the Test. The manufacturer’s specifications were the Renault Zoe and the Nissan Leaf (ze 1) is about seven kWh test consumption. Thus, the real consumption is 1.5 times the specified values.