It’s called Dacia Spring Electric, and it’s the cheapest electric car to hit the UK’s market. The first interested parties can now order it for values starting at € 16,800 (not counting the State’s incentives to purchase electric vehicles).
This is a 100% electric car based on the popular Renault K-ZE, and it is far from a vehicle for great haste. Thus proves the video of the YouTube channel Mécanique Sportive.
Dacia Spring Electric takes 19.4 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h
In this video we can see how the Dacia Spring Electric behaves in the traditional task of getting from 0 to 100 km / h. And in ECO mode, the vehicle reached that mark in an unimpressive 19.4 seconds.
When the vehicle goes into normal mode, the story is no different. Reaches the mark in the same 19.4 seconds. These are numbers that match the 19.1 seconds announced by the brand.
Remember that the Dacia Spring Electric has only 44 hp and 125 Nm of torque. The vehicle has a top speed of 125 km / h (or 100 km / h in ECO mode). Thanks to its 26.8kWh battery, it promises a 225 km or 295 km range in the city.
Dacia Spring Electric was not asked for much more, given the price at which it is marketed. It will be an ideal vehicle for traveling in the city or for small family trips. This little starter flame is one of the exchanges that buyers will have to make in order to have a vehicle that is, at the same time, friendly to the environment and the wallet.
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