some interesting stuff on electic cars.

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So I came across an article and here's what seemed interesting: 

"On average, the first electric cars covered 149.8 miles (241 km) without recharging, and the average battery capacity was 33.1 kWh. For the latest electric vehicles, the mileage on a single charge increased by 15.6% to 173 miles (278.5 km). But the battery capacity also increased by 39.6% to 46.2 kWh. That is, newer electric vehicles are generally less efficient at using battery capacity for a long trip on a single charge"
here's the source:
So, it's like you know, they make household appliances last for three years or so and then it gets broken and you have to buy a new one. I thought it's not like this with electric cars cause the price is way more crazy. Your thoughts?

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Electric cars have revolutionized the automotive industry, and it's fascinating to see the advancements they've made. From their sleek designs to their impressive range capabilities, electric vehicles have truly captured the imagination of drivers worldwide. The integration of cutting-edge technology, such as regenerative braking and rapid charging stations, has made them incredibly efficient and convenient. It's no wonder that the community is buzzing with excitement, as electric cars continue to pave the way for a sustainable and electrifying future. Moreover, the environmentally friendly aspect of electric cars aligns with our collective efforts to reduce carbon emissions and protect our planet for future generations.

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