Quick EV Survey (Just 7 Questions)

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I’ve started writing an electric vehicle report based on the three EV surveys we conducted recently (especially this EV driver survey and this wannabe EV driver survey), but a few extra questions were suggested or came to mind that it seems are quite important to include. So, below is a quick survey to fill in these gaps.

Before completing the survey, though, I think it’s important to have a basic understanding of a few charging matters, so be sure to check out these pieces:

Electric Car Charging 101 — Types of Charging, Charging Networks, Apps, & More!

The Level 2 Charging Difference Between A Mercedes B-Class Electric & Smart Electric Drive

Okay, now go complete the survey! It’s embedded below or you can click this link and complete it there.

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  • Yes it was quick, but some questions could have had more options.

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  • Yes, more options as for me a EV makes sense under these circumstances:
    1. BEV as second car in a family (Leaf or E-Golf), range is sufficient already, no need to quick charge as charging is done at night.
    2. Plug in hybrid – no need to quick charge as when the battery runs out, you’re driving on gas.
    3. BEV as primary car – 170 (ideally 240) miles range at least with supercharger access is the only way to go, anything less is not acceptable
    At least this is how I view it. and I don’t think that after I filled out the survey, that the above was captured

    • I agree with you on that split, but the survey is aiming to capture what people are looking to buy.

  • I don’t really care about public charging that much since I’ll be charging at home off peak or using solar. Plus, with what Tesla said about supercharging I don’t think that’s a competitive advantage in my perspective. We go on less than one long road trip per year so it’s no big deal if we have to pay a few francs to charge it up… Just hoping for two things: 1. the Model 3 will have a sedan or sportback version (not some tall hatchback) 2. more than 400 km range at least as an option

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