DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:02 am
I agree, it does kind of look like a dodge...maybe that will appear to the US muscle car owners??
In any case, between this, Byton, and the 100 other EV's coming to market, is that they are all very late.
Every month Tesla eats more of the Premium car segment. GM, Nissan, and other continue to get a few scraps (at least in the US, Europe).
Internationally, its a bit crazier though.
Here is an update on the Byton
So is it much bigger than the leaf, kona, niro or is it really bad on aerodynamics?
Because they are suggesting a 72 kWh battery is good for 224 miles.
Unless they are holding a lot in reserve, it seems like it should go further.
Same with their 95 pack that they are guessing at 270 miles.
Anyone have a table that has battery size versus rated distance for all the current EVs?
https://www.theverge.com/2019/9/10/2085 ... -show-2019