By Mark Kane German AutoBild tested in December eight of Europe’s most popular electric cars (but didn’t include the Nissan LEAF, Tesla and BMW i3) in cold weather to determine their real-world range and efficiency. Each car was fully charged and pre-heated. With heating set for 21 degrees C (70 degrees F) and… …read more
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