From Electric Norwegian. Thanks to Dahles Auto for lending me this car. It’s a 77kWh batteryvminivan based on the very effiscient ID platform, giving it good efficiency numbers. it comes as both cargo and 7/5 seater. it has a estimated wltp range of 430km. with the possibility of two way charging as well, so it…
From Electric Norwegian. This is Toyotas first dedicated WV outside of China and USA (the old Rav4EV of 10 years ago). It’s a 71kwh battery pack and have a range of about 250-350km. Thanks to Toyota for lending me the car
From Electric Norwegian. This is the 63kWh Nissan Arya lent to me from Brennes Auto i Sarpsborg. It the latest EV from Nissan, starts at around 47.000€ with 320km of mixed range. It seems to be a very efficient car with plenty of room and a very quiet cabin.
From Electric Norwegian. BMW and other legacy manufacturers still, after many years seem to struggle with keeping their drivetrains and batteries actually handle daily use in a warm summer, why is this so, and should it be accepted?
From Electric Norwegian. This is the 2021 Honda E, the 2022 version doesn’t exists, but a 23 is on the way with minor changes. It has a 28.5kWh battery and does between 100-200km on a full charge, has a very tight turning circle, good sound system and well executed inboard digital mirrors that actually works,…
From Electric Norwegian. This is the Ford E transit, en electric conversion fee f the classic van. It’s rear wheel drive with a 67Kwh battery and around 120-150miles of range 200-250km), prices start from 55.000€ roughly Thanks Sulland.no for lending me the car
From Electric Norwegian. Jensen & Scheele in Halden lend me this wonderful French comfortable car, it starts from around 40.000€, has a 60kwh battery, front wheel drive and 220hp.
From Electric Norwegian. This is primarily a test of the suspension of the new Berlin made model Y, as we have tested the previous car here:
From Electric Norwegian. LeavingDenmark for home. The last day of travels for this years summer vacation
From Electric Norwegian. We leave Vejle for a slow day of cruising around the Danish countryside, talking about supercharging and consumption, before ending the day at a campsite. camping: https://www.camping.info/en/campsite/storeblt-camping-og-feriecenter
From Electric Norwegian. We leave Berlin as planned, but pretty quickly completely changes the plans for the entire vacation duer to the weather. hotel in Vejle: https://en.cabinn.com/hotel/cabinn-vejle
From Electric Norwegian. our whole day in Berlin was sort of cut short because of the heat, but at least I tried to capture the experience.
From Electric Norwegian. we continue our vacation crossing Germany, and I have to drive in Berlin city, slightly unsettling. Do remember the low emission zone sticker if your car is elligable or you get a big fine
From Electric Norwegian. For this celebratory episode we sum up the channel so far, and see if its fabled effisciency still works out over long distances at higher speeds. Thanks for watching everyone
From Electric Norwegian. 2 years ago my friend Robert got his mobility scooter and we made a video on it. Now he has moved, his use case have changed and the vehicle have done 700km in 2.5 years, how does it hold up.
From Electric Norwegian. Circle K in Norway are building out a vast charge network, and are trying these deployable units with batteries and fast chargers, all built and developed in Norway. This is a very interesting look at a good concept
From Electric Norwegian. this is Mercedes answer in some ways to the BMW i4M50, but it costs almost twice as much, is it actually worth it, does it do anything better, that’s a tough call but thanks to Andresen bil for lending me the car. Andresenbil.no
From Electric Norwegian. Summer vacation is soon here, and as always it will involve some traveling. This year it’s a road trip in Sweden and Denmark
From Electric Norwegian. I have borrowed a Mercedes EQC from Andresen bil and a Knaus Südwind 460 caravan from Ferda, how does towing a caravan effect the range, comfort and performance of an EV, that’s what I find out here.
From Electric Norwegian. This is a basic 1997 Porsche Boxster 2.5 imported from USA. It’s on a set of lowering springs, but that doesn’t render the car too stiff and just makes it feel even sharper as a drivers car. Did I know that Porsche had a small fleet of electric Boxster prototypes in ca…
From Electric Norwegian. We need to have a change in how we talk about environment and solutions, why are some people against good solutions simply because they aren’t perfect, or bash each other over the head with single solutions as the only way.
From Electric Norwegian. This contains two cars, because off a technical miss. one 2014 model S P90 and one model S P90D, both are now old cars and have done 174000KM at most, it still holds up on very many levels and surprised on a lack issues, none of them show any major signs of…
From Electric Norwegian. This is a Maxus Euniq 6, a very spacious affordable SUV with 70kWh battery and 350-420km of range and a class leading 754L boot. Thanks to RSA bil Fredrikstad for the loan of The car. https://rsabil.no
From Electric Norwegian. I recently bought a 2004 Ford Street KA to run over the summer, but it is a car full of surprises. I expected a simple perfectly ok car to enjoy sunny days in, and then it turns out it is really good fun on a country road and costs pennys to run,…
From Electric Norwegian. This is the smaller SUV from Mercedes, it has 7 seats in a relative compact body style, the 66kwh battery gives you 3-400km of range, so not too inefficient either. Thanks to Andresen bil for lending me the car.
From Electric Norwegian. this is a 540hp, 740NM rear wheel drive car based on the existing 4 series platform, it keeps all the classic driving traits of a BMW even though it is a bit cramped. Thanks to Sulland bil Fredrikstad for lending me the car. https://www.sulland.no
From Electric Norwegian. This is my new used car, its not electric and its been something I have been wanting. to do for years, running a car as a hobby. This was a cheap care I hopes was in as good condition as they said, and after aq check up at a garage it seems…
From Electric Norwegian. how does the now four year old jaguar I-pace stack up in todays marked, lets find out. thanks. to Jaguar Fredrikstad for lending me the car.
From Electric Norwegian. Now that I have driven most of the Chinese cars in Norway, are they just all talk and no action, or can you take them serious as a contender
From Electric Norwegian. How do the coupé roofed version oil the Volvo XC40 on our range test, and how have updated to the platform hanged the experience over a year? All in all pretty good with decent updates and small changes all around. Thanks to Jensen & Scheele Bil for lending me the car
From Electric Norwegian. The Hongqi HS9 is a big full size SUV from a old manufacturer of cars for the party top bras in China, it has a WLTP range of 465/396km respective of batteries, and costs there same or less than a Audi E-tron/BMW IX, but how is it to drive? thanks to Jensen…
From Electric Norwegian. The BMW Ix is the first car out on a bespoke platform from the Germans, how good is it as a EV Thanks to Sulland Bil in Moss for the loan the car.
From Electric Norwegian. The Xpeng p7 is a saloon, it comes with either one or two motors and 480-520km of range, 80kWh battery. And it’s such a big step up from the G3 model that preceded it Thanks to Fredrikstad Motorforum https://www.motorforum.no/kontakt/?dealerId=14
From Electric Norwegian. This is a big step up in quality and feel from last years entrant, here the interior are padded and clad in leather, its very quiet and comfortable and priced very competitive too. It handles what turned out to become a winter test very well and are stable and confidence on the…
From Electric Norwegian. how does the Tesla model 3 fare in slight zero temperatures of the Northern European winters, it turns out surprisingly well on mixed driving
From Electric Norwegian. At last we get out finger in the crossover from Tesla, and it delivers on what a big Model 3 should do, lots of space and a very capable family carrier.
From Electric Norwegian. since I never got around to test the Hyundai Ioniq 5, this is its sibling, the Kia EV6, testing the range and the lights and space, how doers it stack up in a increasingly competitive marked.
From Electric Norwegian. What sets Tesla apart from the rest, why do people keep coming back.
From Electric Norwegian. The Norwegian EV association is having a members activity day on a skid pad, and here I take my Tesla model 3 out on summer tires, a Audi E-Tron with worn summer tires and another model 3 out for a spin. It is good fun but also a safe way to learn…
From Electric Norwegian. The Super Soco TSX was something I acquired few months back and intended to use just for urban driving, it has a 1.8kWh battery, and a range of around 30-50km depending on conditions. It is a very well balanced bike that is perfect for beginners, the lights are very good and the…
From Electric Norwegian. This is a genuine seven seater premium SUV, how does it stack up to the German competitors, wea Thanks to RSA bil for lending me the car.
From Electric Norwegian. The Czech cousins on the MEB platform, how does it compare to the Audi Q4 and the VW id4, what’s the price and does it still give you value for money? Thanks to Dahles Auto for lending us the car.