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|Battery Size|| Charge Time using 7.4kW
Alumina Charger *
|Rapid Charge||Miles/KM Range|
|Audi||E-Tron||EV||Type 2||95 kW||9 Hours||Yes||280Mi/450km|
|Audi||A3 E-Tron||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||8.8 kW||2.5 Hours||No||29Mi/47km|
|Audi||Q7 E-Tron||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||17.3 kW||4.5 Hours||No||35Mi/56km|
|BMW||330e||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||7.6 kW||2.5 Hours||No||25Mi/40km|
|BMW||530e||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||9 kW||3 Hours||No||31Mi/50km|
|BMW||i3||EV||Type 2||42.2 kW||4.5 Hours||Yes - CCS||160Mi/257km|
|BMW||i8||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||11.6 kW||3 Hours||No||23Mi/37km|
|CITROEN||C-Zero||EV||Type 1||14.5 kW||7 Hours||Yes||93Mi/149km|
|Hyundai||IONIQ||EV||Type 2||28 kW||4 Hours||Yes - CCS||174Mi/280km|
|Hyundai||IONIQ||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||8.9 kW||2.5 Hours||NO||39Mi/62km|
|Hyundai||KONA||EV||Type 2||39 kW||10.5 Hours||Yes||180Mi/290km|
|Jaguar||I-Pace||EV||Type 2||90 kW||9 Hours||Yes||292Mi/470km|
|Land Rover||Range Rover 400e||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||13 kW||13 Hours||Yes||25Mi/40km|
|Kia||Niro||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||8.9 kW||7.5 Hours||Yes||36Mi/58km|
|Kia||Niro||EV||Type 2||64 kW||2.5 Hours||NO||382Mi/614km|
|Kia||Optima||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||11.3 kW||10.5 Hours||Yes||38Mi/61km|
|Kia||e-Soul Long Range||EV||Type 2||64 kW||13 Hours||Yes||281Mi/452km|
|Peugeot||e-2008 SUV||EV||Type 2||50 kW||7.5 Hours||Yes - CHAdeMO||193Mi/310km|
|Porsche||Panamera e||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||14.1 kW||2.5 Hours||Yes||30Mi/48km|
|Tesla||Model S||EV||Type 2||70 kW||10 Hours||No||240Mi/386km|
|Tesla||Model X||EV||Type 2||70 kW||3.5 Hours||AC||240Mi/386km|
|Tesla||Model 3||EV||Type 2||50 kW||9.5 Hours||AC||220Mi/354km|
|Volkswagen||e-Golf||EV||Type 2||36 kW||8 Hours||AC||186Mi/300km|
|Volkswagen||Gold GTE||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||8.7 kW||4.5 Hours||Yes - CCS||31Mi/50km|
|Volkswagen||Passat GTE||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||9.9 kW||10 Hours||No||35Mi/56km|
|Mercedes Benz||C300 de EQ Power||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||13.5 kW||10 Hours||No||30Mi/48km|
|Mercedes Benz||E350 e||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||6.2 kW||7 Hours||No||19Mi/30km|
|Mercedes Benz||EQC||EV||Type 2||80 kW||5 Hours||Yes||249Mi/400km|
|Nissan||e-NV200||EV||Type 1||28 kW||3 Hours||Yes||106Mi/170km|
|Nissan||LEAF (pre2018)||EV||Type 1||30 kW||3 Hours||CHAdeMO||155Mi/250km|
|Nissan||LEAf 2018||EV||Type 1||40 kW||1.5 Hours||CHAdeMO||168Mi/270km|
|Mini||Countryman||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||7.6 kW||2 Hours||Yes||12Mi/19km|
|Mitsubishi||Outlander||Plug in Hybrid||Type 1||9.8 kW||11 Hours||No||33Mi/53km|
|Renault||Zoe||EV||Type 2||40 kW||4 Hours||CHAdeMO||150Mi/240km|
|Renault||Kangoo Z.E||EV||Type 2||33 kW||4.5 Hours||Yes||124Mi/200km|
|Renault||Master Z.E||EV||Type 2||5.5 kW||6 Hours||Yes||110Mi/177km|
|Smart||EQ ForFour||EV||Type 2||17.6 kW||2.5 Hours||Yes||98Mi/157km|
|Smart||EQ forTwo||EV||Type 2||17.6 kW||2.5 Hours||No||98Mi/157km|
|Toyota||Prius||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||8.8 kW||3 Hours||No||31Mi/50km|
|Volvo||V90||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||9.2 kW||3 Hours||No||50Mi/80km|
|Volvo||XC60||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||10.4 kW||2 Hours||No||28Mi/40km|
|Volvo||V60||Plug in Hybrid||Type 2||12 kW||4 Hours||No||50Mi/80km|
*Times for a car with 7.4kW charge capacity
Please see below for some helpful guidance to understanding more about our future EVs (Electric vehicles), there's your first bit of knowledge.
These are fully electric vehicles that are the gold standard in terms of being environmentally friendly. These are plugged into your house or when out and about to charge. These benefit from the grants for home use and from the lowest tax band. For commercial use the incentives are grants/toll reductions and the BIK scheme.
These have both a regular combustion engine and a smaller battery than a BEV. The fuel engine kicks in when the battery is low and these are plugged in to charge the battery at home or when out and about.
When you are buying an EV, the battery size will be measured in kW. A kW is basically 1,000watts.
Smaller home chargers and commercial chargers are run on AC power and ultra fast public chargers are run on DC power.
There are a few different socket types, please see below for information:Find out more
This is the new measurement for fuel consumption for a car, it is a laboratory test that is more accurate than the old NEDC test as it uses real world scenarios. It is now European law to use this method. You will often see this abbreviation beside the average range of an electric vehicle.
This is an incentive to allow users to use different car chargers without having to sign up to different RFID cards or different apps. Basically is works like phone service providers, before if you bought a phone it was locked to the network you bought it from and to change provider you had to throw the phone out and buy a new one, whilst now with open protocol you can switch providers and keep the same phone.
Just like different phone companies use different phone chargers, electric car manufacturers are using different types of car charger connectors. There are two main types of chargers available.
These are typically 3kW-7.4kW and use AC power.
These range up to 150kW and use DC power.
In addition to this there are two types of plug for each type of charger, please see below for details.
These are a 5 prong connector that offer slow/fast AC home charging and are now quite rare here. Some older Kia models and the Citroen C-Zero have this type of connector, but you won't find many Type one car charger units when you are out and about. This is easily solved however, as you can buy a lead which converts a Type 1 connector into the more popular Type 2 connector.
This is a rapid DC charger unit for up to 50 kw which wouldn't be for home use. Nissan, Citroen and older Kia models use this system. It is capable of bi-directional charging which means electricity can flow from the car to the charger as well as from the charger to the car. It is not as popular as the CCS DC charger below. If your car has this type of socket, then it will also have a type 1 or type 2 socket for home use.
This is the more common version used for slow/fast home AC charging. It has a 7 prong connector and is what we use for all of our charger units. This is the connector that the EU recommends.
This is also a rapid DC charger used by Volkswagen, Hyundai, Jaguar, BMW and newer Kia models. Most charge points are 50kW but newer points will have CCS chargers capable of 150kW. A combined type 2 with CCS socket is now becoming very popular with car brands for both slow AC at home charging