An example: Tesla Model "P100D" label. Where is D stands for Dual motor after the 100 kWh that is the maximum Energy-Accumulation in this Tesla battery pack.
The Energy multiplied by 4 gives an approximate max range for Tesla, for other less efficient EV you should multiply by 3 or 3.5 to get the max EV range.
The majority of EV-s have Single-speed Automatic transmission as a few cog-wheels small box. Because of the simplicity compared to ICE transmission,
the EV called "No-transmission Car". An exception is a few Electric Supercars. Eg. Porsche Taycan has a 2-speed automatic larger gear-box.
EV manufacturers have a life-time warranty on the forever sealed gear-box with synthetic oil that never requires to change.
Some Americans say: "British drive on the wrong side of the road" and less vice-versa accusations because ancestors are more tolerant of their descendants.
So, as respect to our England ancestors, we decided to drop a passenger/driver side pointers and use alike Nautical system:
R-rear, F-Front, P-Port, S-Starboard, and I - Instruments (dashboard) view.
It helps to compare any cars Side-by-Side, to point to a charger inlet (in a British car), and to organize our EV pictures. The Port Side would be the left side
for a driver of any nationality sitting in any car.
➛ Click on column-header to sort and analyze/compare EV-s main specifications
* - Hybrid cars with driven by battery partial range
Total: rival BEV-s Error in the table ➠ Few specifications are unconfirmed or estimated. You should not report an error on concept EV-s, unless you are somehow involved...
These values in the table have been ranked for non production EV-s for European market with WLTP range.
All EVs have CCS DC fast charging in Americas and Europe, except Tesla. Tesla has superchargers. 2019 CCS2 - max. 450kW 1000VDC