Truths & Myths about E-mobility

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What exactly is an electric car and why should you choose it?

An all-electric car operates using electric energy stored in a battery. The battery capacity determines its range and can be recharged at a socket or charging station. All- electric vehicles do not have internal combustion engines, and unlike Plug-in Hybrids, their emissions are significantly lower, making them more environmentally friendly. They are economical, silent, and offer excellent driving performance! Comparing the overall lifecycle of an electric car with a conventional one, it is more economical due to the low charging costs and lower taxes associated with an electric car.

Clearly, e-mobility provides several benefits, and Avis is here to make your choice easier.

The purchase price of an electric car is, indeed, higher than that of conventional vehicles. However, various incentives in place, such as tax relief, subsidies, as well as the comparatively lower operating costs, offset the price difference.

The charging time of an electric car depends on the charger and the vehicle. Using a Wallbox at home or at work, you can fully charge the car in just 5 to 8 hours*. Depending on driving habits and distance traveled, you may need to charge it up to twice a week. Also, if you use a fast charger, the required charging time is even shorter. *The time and percentage may vary due to various factors such as battery condition or vehicle type.

The cost of home charging varies depending on factors such as motor consumption, the cost of a kilowatt per hour, night rates, etc. For example, if the car's battery capacity is 50kWh and the cost per kWh is €0.25, then the total cost of a full charge amounts to €12.50.

As technology advances rapidly, electric cars available on the market exceed 400 kilometers in range.

Charging infrastructure for electric cars in our country is constantly developing. Here you can see all publicly accessible charging points. Also, at the moment, the country's main road network is covered with chargers of 50kW and above, with a density of up to 60 km, allowing travel between major cities (e.g., from Athens to Thessaloniki).

No, the car's electrical system is fully protected and independent of the rest of the vehicle. Additionally, the battery is sealed and cannot leak fluids into its interior.