These electronic cars from high-end automotive manufacturers are sustainable yet high-performing.
When the idea of luxury cars is brought up, high-performing and gas-ran cars come into mind. The fast cars from Ferrari and Lamborghini are often the dream luxury cars of many. In recent years, electric cars have been on the rise—which prompted a shift for luxury car brands to go sustainable.
From gasoline-powered cars to chargeable electronic cars, luxury car manufacturers are slowly shifting their focus to sustainability. Moreover, the magic of these high-end automobile manufacturers is that they do not sacrifice the quality of the cars they produce. Furthermore, these are some of the luxury car brands that invested in hybrid or electric cars.
Jaguar continued their automotive excellence with the Jag3uar I-PACE. The electronic car has won more than 90 global awards. These include the unprecedented treble at the 2019 World Car of the Year Awards, World Car Design of the Year, World Green Car, and World Car of the Year.
Aside from its accolades the Jaguar I-PACE also goes far with its electric power. The car can go up to 470km/292 miles (WLTP) from a full charge and up to 53km/33 miles of range/ hour (WLTP) from an 11kW AC wall box and three-phase electricity supply.
A hybrid car from the masterful Japanese luxury automotive manufacturer, the Lexus UX 250h F SPORT is an electronic beauty. The hybrid car is edgy yet sporty, perfect for those who have an active lifestyle. Moreover, the car combines the power of a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine with a powerful, self-charging electric motor. Having the best of both worlds.
A classy luxury car brand that specializes in sleek and clean designs, the Mercedes-Benz EQB 250+ SUV is no stranger to the Benz excellence. Moreover, the electronic SUV has a battery capacity of 70.5 kWh and an acceleration of 0-60 mph in 8.0 sec. The EQB 250+ SUV still carries the sleek design of the classic Mercedes-Benz “old rich” vibe.
Banner photo courtesy of Jaguar.