Due to all the stricter environmental requirements and the developments in the field of e-mobility, car manufacturers started to adapt their production process some time ago. In the high segment we are familiar with Tesla, Volvo, Audi and Mercedes. Fortunately, there are also enough cars on the market that are relatively affordable (purchase price € 30,000- € 40,000). Here are a few new models with a realistic range.

  • Hyundai Ioniq electric with a range of 200 km. Including heat pump so the car has a better range under cold conditions.
  • The new Nissan Leaf has been given a modern look and has a range of 270 km on the motorway. In cities, the new Leaf even has a range of 400km. Cool feature: cruise control with distance detection, the car brakes when predecessors come to a standstill and automatically pulls up when they start driving again.
  • Volkswagen e-Golf. The most famous model of Volkswagen has a range of 200 km.
  • Renault Zoe available in different versions. Range 300km.
  • Smart forfour. As the name implies, this Smart is suitable for four people. Range 100km.

Do you have a bigger budget? Then it is definitely worth to look at these cars:

  • Jaguar I-Pace: competitor of Tesla. The first full SUV of Jaguar with a range of 480km.
  • Mercedes will release an SUV with a 500km range under the new Generation EQ label. Super-fast charging (100km in 5 minutes) and inductive charging is also possible with these cars.
  • Volvo: has five fully electric Volvo’s coming on the market between 2019 and 2021.
  • Porsche will invest € 6 billion over the next four years in the development of electric models. The Mission E will be on the market in 2020 and has a range of 400 km.

Charging your car at home
Bought an EV? And do you have a possibility to charge your car at home? E-Flux offers a back office system to register all charging sessions. We also can arrange reimbursements with your employer. Our installation partners can give you a good advice for a suited charging solution.

Interested in a charging station? Contact us.

Charge your car at public locations
If you drive an EV, you want to charge it anywhere you go. E-Flux has mobility cards which can be used at public charging stations. We have a fixed subscription for €2,95 a month (incl. VAT) and a free subscription. For the free mobility card you pay an additional fee per charging session: €0.15 transaction fee + €0,03 per kWh. Next to the costs you pay to use the card you also pay for the used electricity. We will invoice you on a monthly base.

Go to our portals:
Charge Point Portal

Set prices for your charging station and determine who has to pay and who can charge for free. In your account you have access to charge data and invoices.

Charge Card Portal

Do you have an E-Flux mobility card? Then you can access this portal for an overview of charging sessions and charge locations.

Technical Portal

Technical details of charging stations are accessible in the Technical Portal. Also remote support, tickets and update of firmware are available in the portal. Specially developed for technical staff.

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