A report by the consulting firm McKinsey found that electric cars need to be charged at least 50% more than their gas-powered counterparts, according to the Washington Post.
The McKinsey report also found that an average of 1.6 million electric vehicles were sold in 2016, but that only a quarter of these were sold as electric vehicles.
According to the McKinsey researchers, an average electric car can only go up to 80 miles per charge, but a new Tesla Model 3 that retails for $70,000 can go up from 85 miles to 100.
It is expected that Tesla will sell 100,000 of these cars by 2025.
According the McKinseys report, electric cars have a lower average range than gas-fueled cars, with the average range being just 20 miles.
The report also noted that electric vehicles are much more fuel efficient than their gasoline counterparts.
The study found that if an electric vehicle is plugged in, the battery has a maximum energy capacity of only 13 kWh.
That’s only about 5% of the battery capacity of a gasoline vehicle, but the report found that in the United States, an electric car’s average fuel economy was 26 mpg in 2025.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration has released a list of the countries that have the most electric vehicles per capita.
The list is based on data from the American Electric Vehicle Association.
Countries that are on the list include Germany, Canada, China, the United Kingdom, and the United Arab Emirates.
The United States has also been included on the top 20.
According a McKinsey study released in January, only 10% of Americans use an electric automobile, and they only account for 1% of U. S. total vehicle sales.
In 2020, the U.N. agency found that the U,S.
had surpassed Japan as the world’s largest electric vehicle market.
In 2030, the European Union’s statistics agency estimated that the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund had invested an additional $4.4 billion in electric vehicles and solar energy.
the McKinley report, an estimated 50% of electric vehicle owners in the U to the United states are still looking to their gas car.