In recent years, the global automobile industry has witnessed a significant shift towards sustainability, driven by the pressing need to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. Singapore has embraced this trend by promoting the adoption of energy-efficient cars. With an increasing number of Singaporean car buyers seeking eco-friendly alternatives, the local market has seen a surge in demand for energy-efficient electric vehicles (EVs).
This shift has ignited a vibrant landscape where consumers in Singapore are now spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting the most energy-efficient EVs to navigate the city’s streets. In this article, QuickCharge will explore some of the most energy-efficient cars that are making waves on the streets of Singapore, where the electric charger Singapore network is continually expanding to accommodate the growing EV user base.
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The MG ZS Electric is at present one of the most affordable electric cars in the market. For its price, the MG ZS offers impressive features and equipment, including a panoramic sunroof and super fast charge capability. View suitable chargers here.
- Power Consumption – 17.5kWh / 100km
- Max DC Charging Rate/Time – 100kW / 40.2mins
- Max AC Charging Rate/Time – 7kW / 8.5h
- Max Range – 320km
First introduced in 2010, Nissan has made essential improvements to the design of the Nissan Leaf throughout the years. The latest Nissan Leaf model is an affordable model with a competitive 311km range. Furthermore, it can reach a full charge within 1 hour or less at fast charging stations equipped with DC chargers. View suitable chargers here.
- Power Consumption – 17.1kWh / 100km
- Max DC Charging Rate/Time – 50kW / 55mins
- Max AC Charging Rate/Time – 6.6kW / 8h
- Max Range – 311km
The Tesla Model Y is a must-have for families and SUV lovers who want the coolest electric car currently available in Singapore today. The Tesla Model Y isn’t cheap, but it has an impressive range, superb energy consumption stats as well as one of the best looks in the SUV market. View suitable chargers here.
- Power Consumption – 15.7kWh / 100km
- Max DC Charging Rate/Time – 250kW / 12mins
- Max AC Charging Rate/Time – 11kW / 8h
- Max Range – 455km
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Hyundai’s Kona Electric is a pure electric powertrain that comes with a 64kWh battery, market-leading range, and a eight-year battery warranty. Level 3 charging points are important if you want to enjoy the fastest charge times. View suitable chargers here.
- Power Consumption – 15.7kWh / 100km
- Max DC Charging Rate/Time – 100kW / 34mins
- Max AC Charging Rate/Time – 11kW / 6.5h
- Max Range – 484km
The Tesla Model 3 is fully electric with 547 km of estimated range, so you never need to visit a petrol station again. With a maximum range of 448km, and an impressive top speed, this sporty sedan has a lot to offer. View suitable chargers here.
- Power Consumption – 15.1kWh / 100km
- Max DC Charging Rate/Time – 170kW / 30mins
- Max AC Charging Rate/Time – 11kW / 6.25h
- Max Range – 448km
- Power Consumption – 14.9kWh / 100km
- Max DC Charging Rate/Time – 350kW / 18mins
- Max AC Charging Rate/Time – 11W / 7.17h
- Max Range – 581km
As Singapore continues to prioritize sustainability and environmental conservation, the market for energy-efficient cars is poised for growth. Moreover, the increasing accessibility of electric chargers across the city plays a crucial role in facilitating this transition. With a growing network of electric chargers strategically positioned throughout Singapore, drivers can confidently embrace these sustainable alternatives, knowing they have convenient access to recharging infrastructure, thus further paving the way for a cleaner and more sustainable transportation landscape.