It is many years ago that electric cars were small and funny looking. Electric cars of today looks just like any other car you would drive. Unfortunately not many of them are available on the Thai car market yet, but more cars are made available every month.
According to newspapers in Japan, it is said that Toyota has changed their strategy regarding electric vehicles and they have made a decision to not only make hydrogen powered cars, but also electrical cars. They are expecting to have their first long range cars ready by 2020. This will be cars with range of more than 300 km on one charge.
Since launch of the BMW i, the German automaker just hit the 100,000 mark with delivery to a customer in the beginning of November 2016.
Electric Vehicles Thailand
EV-Thailand is set up as an information channel to improve the knowledge of electric vehicles (also known as EV) in Thailand. There is a lot of misconnception about what an electric vehicle is and the cost of owning an electric car. On this website we will add news and information to help you make a better desicion if you are considering buying an electric vehicle.