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Your questions about the first electric sportscar, answered. From commonly used terms, to the best ways to charge, learn more about what it could be like to own an electric car with a sportscar soul.
BEV: Battery electric vehicle.
Kilowatt (kW): The unit of measure for power level. In BEV terms, it is the level of power at which your vehicle can charge.
Kilowatt hour (kWh): The unit of measure for energy storage. It indicates the capacity of the battery.
Volt: The electrical potential or performance of the electrical system, which ultimately influences the charging speed. Like water running through a hose, the higher the volts the greater the pressure, the faster the charge.
Ampere or Amp: The unit of electrical current, meaning how much energy travels through a circuit. Keeping with the hose analogy, then amps is the diameter of the hose.
Amp x Volts = Power 40 amps x 240 volts = 9,600 watts or 9.6kW
State of Charge (SoC): The term used to show how charged the battery is in percent.
ICE – Internal Combustion Engine
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