The name of the manufacturer.
The model name of the electric car.
Аlternative names, under which the model is known.
The code/name that denotes the level of equipment of the EV including exterior and interior features, battery packs, electric motors, etc.
The year for which the model is announced by the manufacturer. Most often it does not completely coincide with the calendar year in which the model is available on the market.
Markets in which this electric vehicle is available.
The body style of the model as defined by the number of doors and roof treatment.
Materials used in the vehicle's body construction.
Available exterior colors for the model as specified by the manufacturer.
|Number of doors|
Number of doors for passengers. Depending on the body style, the doors can be two, four, etc.
|Number of seats|
Number of seats inclduing the driver and passenger ones. Depending on the model, the seats can be five, six, seven or other.
The distance from the frontmost to the rearmost point of the electric vehicle.
|142.3 in (inches)|
3615 mm (millimeters)
The width of the vehicle without mirrors.
|64.8 in (inches)|
1646 mm (millimeters)
The distance from the ground to the top of the electric car.
|60.7 in (inches)|
1541 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers of the front and rear axle.
|98.1 in (inches)|
2492 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers (centerline) of the two wheels on the front axle.
|57.2 in (inches)|
1452 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers (centerline) of the two wheels on the rear axle.
|56.1 in (inches)|
1425 mm (millimeters)
If the electric vehicle is equipped with a form of active suspension, it will offer a clearance range. The lowest possible clearance is shown in this field.
|6.7 in (inches)|
170 mm (millimeters)
The vertical distance from the vehicle's roof to the front seats bottom.
|35.7 in (inches)|
908 mm (millimeters)
The vertical distance from the vehicle's roof to the rear seats bottom.
|33.7 in (inches)|
855 mm (millimeters)
|Front shoulder room|
The horizontal distance between the panels of the two front doors.
|52.0 in (inches)|
1321 mm (millimeters)
|Rear shoulder room|
The horizontal distance between the panels of the two rear doors.
|50.6 in (inches)|
1284 mm (millimeters)
|Front hip room|
The width of the front seats of the car, which indicates how much space is available for the driver and passenger on either side of their waists when they sit down.
|53.6 in (inches)|
1362 mm (millimeters)
|Rear hip room|
The width of the seat cushion on the back, which indicates how much space is available for the passengers on either side of their waists.
|52.2 in (inches)|
1325 mm (millimeters)
The available space for cargo in the main trunk, excluding the additional available space from folding one or two rear seat rows.
|240.0 l (liters)|
8.48 ft3 (cubic feet)
0.24 m3 (cubic meters)
|Maximum trunk volume|
The maximum available space for cargo in the main trunk, including the additional available space from folding one or two rear seat rows.
|980.0 l (liters)|
34.61 ft3 (cubic feet)
0.98 m3 (cubic meters)
Curb weight (a.k.a. kerb weight) is the EV mass with standard equipment, liquids (oils and fuel at nominal tank capacity) but without cargo and passengers. In some EU countries, the curb weight also includes the weight of a 75 kg (165 lb) driver.
|2597.05 lb (pounds)|
1178 kg (kilograms)
In the context of automobiles, the payload is the summary of the weights of passengers, cargo, accessories, equipment.
|771.62 lb (pounds)|
350 kg (kilograms)
GVWR stands for gross vehicle weight rating and is also known as gross vehicle mass (GVM). It describeds the maximum operating weight of the electric car including the curb weight and payload (accessories, equipment, driver, passengers and cargo).
|3368.66 lb (pounds)|
1528 kg (kilograms)
The drag coefficient or coefficient of drag is related to the car's aerodynamics as it denotes the resistance to the air of the front surface of the vehicle when it is in movement. The lower the coefficient, the better aerodynamics the model has. Ultimately, this allows for higher speeds and improved power efficiency.
|0.68 Cd (drag coefficient)|
The name of the manufacturer of the electric motor.
The model name of the electric motor.
|Electric motor type|
The electric motor category according to the type of motor commutation. Most electric motors operate on magnetism and can be powered by direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) sources. Depending on the type of commutation, electric motors are either self-commutated (AC and DC, mechanical or electronic) and externally commutated (AC only, asynchronous or synchronous).
|Permanent magnet synchronous|
|Location of the motor|
Information about the electric notor's location. The two most common locations are the front and rear of the electric car.
The power produced by the electric motor depends proportionally on the motor's rotational speed.
|60 kW (kilowatts)|
80.5 hp (mechanical horsepower)
81.6 ps (metric horsepower)
|Maximum power RPM|
The electric motor's rotational speed measured in RPM when the motor achieves its maximum power.
|3950 - 11450 rpm (revolutions per minute)|
Torque is the driving force of an electric motor and is the rotational equivalent of a linear force. A typical feature of electric cars is that they get full torque from zero speed.
|160 Nm (newton meters)|
16.3 kgm (kilogram meters)
118.0 ft-lb (foot-pounds)
|Maximum torque RPM|
Information about the velocity (rotational speed in RPM) at which the electric motor achieves its maximum torque. The velocity can have an exact value or a range at which the torque is in its peak.
|500 - 3590 rpm (revolutions per minute)|
Regenerative braking is a typical feature of electric vehicles, in which the electric motor uses the vehicle's kinetic energy to save power or stores it for later use.
Some manufacturers include software designed driving modes to improve power efficiency and/or range. Information about the available driving modes for this model.
The top speed that the vehicle can achieve as specified by the manufacturer.
|83.9 mph (miles per hour)|
135.0 km/h (kilometers per hour)
|Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h|
The time in seconds the electric car needs to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.
|12.60 s (seconds)|
|WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure)||118.1 mi / 190.0 km|
|WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure)||Combined||16.3 kWh/100 km|
|Type of steering mechanism|
Information about the design type of the steering mechanism of the electric car.
|Rack and pinion|
|Type of power steering|
Information about the type of power steering used in this model.
Often referred to as turning diameter or turning radius (multiplied by two), this is the smallest diameter that the outside wheels of the vehicle describe when it is turning on full lock.
|8.6 m (meters)|
28.22 ft (feet)
The number of full rotations made by the steering wheel from lock to lock (from one extreme end to the other).
|Type of transmission|
Information about the type of transmission used by the vehicle. Generally, EVs are equipped with one-speed automatic units.
|Automatic single-speed reduction gear|
Information about the type of drivetrain (the system that delivers power to the driving wheels).
|Front-wheel drive (FWD)|
Information about the type of brakes used on the front wheels.
Information about the type of brakes used on the rear wheels.
Additional details about the brakes of this model.
|Ventilated disks front - 280 mm|
Drums rear - 9 inches
|Markings||Width||Profile||Diameter||Load index||Speed index|
The name of the company that has manufactured the battery.
|Type of rechargeable battery|
The type of rechargeable battery depending on its composition.
The capacity of the rechargeable battery that powers this EV as specified by the manufacturer in kilowatt hours.
|22 kWh (kilowatt hours)|
|Number of modules|
Battery cells are arranged in different modules that comprise battery packs. Information about the number of modules in this battery.
The battery voltage denotes the difference in electric potential between the positive and negative electrodes of the pack. The higher difference in potential results in a higher voltage.
|400 V (volts)|
Total weight of the battery pack including not only the cells but also the shield, wiring, etc.
|363.76 lb (pounds)|
165 kg (kilograms)
Information about the position of the battery pack in the electric vehicle.
|Under the floor, middle|
Information about the type of battery cooling on this specific model.
|Water-based coolant circulation|
Additional information about the rechargeable battery of the electric car.
|Usable capacity - 21.3 kWh|
|Ac charging||Type 2 (IEC 62196-2, Mennekes, SAE J3068)||-||16 A||3.7 kW|
|AC charging||Type 2 (IEC 62196-2, Mennekes, SAE J3068)||-||32 A||7.4 kW|
|AC charging||Type 2 (IEC 62196-2, Mennekes, SAE J3068)||-||16 A||11 kW|
|AC charging||Type 2 (IEC 62196-2, Mennekes, SAE J3068)||-||32 A||22 kW|
|Caméléon charger||Type 2 (IEC 62196-2, Mennekes, SAE J3068)||-||-||Rear-right side|
|Type||Battery %||Estimated time (h:m)|
|22 kW AC charging||0% - 100%||01:00 - 01:03|
|11 kW AC charging||0% - 100%||02:00 - 02:10|
|7.4 kW AC charging||0% - 100%||02:58 - 04:00|
|3.7 kW AC charging||0% - 100%||05:57 - 08:00|