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E-cars in the test: This is how much electricity current electric cars consume

the Traffic turnaround is in progress and Electric cars are becoming more and more important for the future of individual mobility. But many consumers lack it experience with the electric drive, with the costs of the electric car, but above all with that consumption. With a combustion engine, you get a feel for the liters that are needed per 100 kilometers. But how many Kilowatt hours Electricity “eats” an e-car? That is an important question. Because at the end of the day there has to be an electric car economically sensible operate.
For most motorists interested in electric cars, the number two aspect in question is the one Range. It hangs next to that Battery technology and the existing Charging infrastructure especially from Power consumption of the car. To put it bluntly, a huge battery does not help much if it is sucked empty very quickly and then has to be charged for a long time.

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The consumption values ​​of all vehicles are determined under the same conditions for all.


The consumption distance: 155 kilometers Highway, Country road and city traffic

AUTO BILD tests the Fuel consumption or the energy consumption of cars practically every day, regardless of the fuel used. On a round 155 kilometers long, standardized Test track Northeast of Hamburg, all test candidates have to show how much energy they can handle. So arise reproducible conditions. The route consists of roughly equal parts of city traffic, country roads and the motorway. Electric cars don’t get a bonus. Here are the 2021 e-cars tested so far with their Test consumption and that calculated according to consumption Range:

Electric cars: power consumption in the test at AUTO BILD 2021

Hyundai Kona EV Trend

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Test consumption: 18.8 kWh; Range: 330 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 35,650 euros.

Audi Q4 e-tron 40

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Test consumption: 21.1 kWh; Range: 360 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 47,500 euros.

Skoda Enyaq 80

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Test consumption: 21.9 kWh; Range: 350 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 43,950 euros.

VW ID.4 Pro

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Test consumption: 21.9 kWh; Range: 350 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 44,915 euros.

Opel Mokka E Ultimate

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Test consumption: 21.9 kWh; Range: 210 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 41,220 euros.

Fiat 500 Icon

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Test consumption: 22 kWh; Range: 193 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 30,990 euros.

Mercedes-Benz EQA 250

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Test consumption: 23.5 kWh; Range: 280 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 47,541 euros.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

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Test consumption: 23.8 kWh; Range: 300 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 48,900 euros.

Citroen ë-C4 SHINE

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Test consumption: 23.9 kWh; Range: 200 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 37,340 euros.

BMW iX3 Impressive

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Test consumption: 24.1 kWh; Range: 300 km; Base price: 72,400 euros.

Opel Zafira e-Life Elegance

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Test consumption: 24.3 kWh; Range: 309 km; Base price: 65,770 euros.

VW ID.4 GTX

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Test consumption: 24.6 kWh; Range: 319 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 50,415 euros.

Audi e-tron GT quattro

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Test consumption: 26.3 kWh; Range: 310 km; Base price: 101,800 euros.

Aiways U5

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Test consumption: 28.5 kWh; Range: 214 km; Basic price before environmental bonus: 45,562.50 euros.

Audi RS e-tron GT

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Test consumption: 28.8 kWh; Range: 290 km; Base price: 140,000 euros.

Mercedes EQV 300 Avantgarde Line

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Test consumption: 29.4 kWh; Range: 306 km; Base price: 71,388 euros.


When considering purchasing an electric car, however, not only the Power consumption and the Range Influence: The purchase price, the production, the maintenance, the insurance and the depreciation also play a role. After all, they fall Maintenance costs in an electric car less than with a combustion engine.

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