Electric cars are becoming more and more popular with Quebec motorists, especially since the recent increase in gas prices.
Among the factors holding back the transition to electric, some buyers maintain that the autonomy of the models currently offered remains insufficient, especially in winter.
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However, some models now offer batteries capable of providing a range of more than 500 kilometres. Even with an estimated loss of around 30% or 40% in winter, this leaves ample autonomy to cover good distances without having to stop.
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