Chevy Bolt EV electric car range and performance in winter: one owner's log

Chevy Bolt EV electric car range and performance in winter: one owner's log

The arrival of the first affordable long-range electric car on the market has naturally led some owners to push the car in a way that they might not do with a plug-in car offering just 80 miles of battery range. The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, EPA-rated at 238 miles combined, removes most daily range... read more

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The Tesla Model S in winter testing.

How To Drive On Ice, Tesla Model S-Style

Mention snow and ice in relation to electric vehicles, and many people will first think of the impact of cold weather on driving range. It's true that driving range will... read more March 26, 2013 by 11

2012 Nissan Leaf winter test

Electric Cars In The Winter: Ultimate Guide

Winter is well and truly here for many of us now, particularly in more northerly regions. It brings with it not just snow, cold weather and a little extra danger on the... read more December 3, 2012 by 8

Electric car drivers in Helsinki. Image:

Helsinki Electric Car Owners Test Cold-Weather Capabilities

We've all heard stories about woefully low range from electric cars in icy climates, but just how suited are EVs to very cold conditions? That's what a bunch of Finnish... read more February 21, 2012 by 3

E-Ride EXV2

Electric Cars Tested in Antarctica For Ultimate Cold Weather Test

It’s a well-known fact that just like humans, electric cars work best in temperate climates. But what is the coldest temperature an electric car needs to be operational... read more May 11, 2011 by 1

2010 Tesla Roadster Sport 2.5 Cold Weather Testing

Electric Cars Can’t Handle Cold Weather? Myth Busted

We’re big fans of Mythbusters here at AllCarsElectric and love busting some of our own myths. So we decided to test a myth we hear time and time again: electric cars... read more November 30, 2010 by 70



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