2020 is a good year for the EV world, many EVs are set to debut this year. We will keep you informed of EVs for every month. Here are the EVs for February:-
Audi E-Tron Sportback
The coupé version of Audi’s first electric SUV promises 278 miles of range, or less if you insist on regularly flexing its 355bhp and 414lb ft of torque. It represents a mechanical and technical upgrade over the regular E-Tron, with optimized brake pads for improved regeneration, more usable power from the 95 kWh battery, and the ability to run in the rear-wheel-drive for an increased range.
Digital matrix LED headlights will also be a first for a mass-production vehicle, with the ability to project images and highlight just the portion of the road you’re driving on.
Due not long after the launch of the petrol version, the electric Corsa will almost certainly prove popular in the UK. The Corsa is regularly one of the country’s most popular cars, and the new version will be the first built under PSA ownership.
It will use the same CMP platform as the Peugeot 208 and DS 3 Crossback and provide an electric range of up to 250 miles. A brand new visual style, including redesigned grille and all-glass facia, has been revealed ahead of launch, and apparently achieved all within the space of two years following PSA’s buyout of the brand.
Skoda Citigo-e IV
The first electric Skoda will be an adapted version of its small city car. It will deliver a WLTP-tested range of 164 miles, which is significantly more than the first-generation Volkswagen e-Up sister car with which it shares a platform. A 81bhp electric motor drives the front wheels, and Škoda claims acceleration times of 12.5sec to 62mph. It will only be available as a five-door model when UK deliveries begin in early 2020.