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In an electric car, an electric motor replaces the internal combustion engine in all-electric cars, often known as battery electric vehicles (BEVs). The electric motor of the vehicle is powered by a sizable traction battery pack, which must be hooked into a wall outlet or charging apparatus, also known as electric vehicle supply apparatus (EVSE).
The car does not have a tailpipe or any usual liquid fuel components like a fuel tank, fuel line, or fuel pump because it is an electric vehicle.
Greece is beginning the move to electric mobility. Compared to other nations, there are currently few electric vehicles available on the Greek market. The Greek government recently passed new legislation that offers financial and tax advantages for both individual owners and businesses to adopt electric vehicles.
It proposed the “I Move Electricity” plan, a new $100 million initiative that intends to finance the purchase of EVs and chargers. Additionally, the government wants to build 1,000 new charging stations in the next years and 10,000 in the following several years.
The Greece Electric Car Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The e.wave X has been introduced by the Greek startup. An uncomparable vehicle that is as lovely, compact, all-electric, has good autonomy, has an exquisite design, and can even seat four people.
The recently introduced e.wave X offers the required aesthetic features, including roof rails, protective plastics on the domes, and spherical fog lamps.
A single 23-inch digital display inside raises the quality and distinguishes the device from the e.GO that was introduced a year earlier. Additionally, it has four seats, which allows two passengers to fit in the back, albeit closely.
According to measurements and the WLTP cycle, the e.wave X’s autonomy has also seen significant improvement, reaching 240 kilometres. It has an electric motor with 109 horsepower (80 kW), and the drive is sent to the rear axle.
Fast charging is also supported by the vehicle (in an 11-speed charger). With a purchase price expected to be around 25,000 euros, it is a respectable electric compact meant for city use that does not fall short on quality or safety.
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