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Ready to go on a road trip?
Here's what you need to know.

Envoy electric cars are great on a road trip. All electric vehicles have different ranges and charging options, so here is a quick guide for the cars in the Envoy fleet. Check the app for the cars that are available at your property.

Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, accessory use, temperature and topography, battery age, load, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. Your total range will vary and depends on several factors including your driving habits and vehicle condition.

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Tesla - All Models

Model S, Model 3, Model X, Model Y - Due to their large battery and the Tesla Super-Charging network, all Tesla models make a great road trip vehicle! 

Range: 200-350 miles on a full charge (depending on Model)

Charging Options: Level 2 Charging and Tesla Super-Charging

What You Need To Know: The Tesla Super-Charging network is visible from the navigation screen inside the vehicle. Just look for the "lightning bolt" icon on the map (and tap it for more information). In addition, Teslas have the ability to charge from traditional level-2 charging stations (EVGO, ChargePoint, etc.) however, an adapter is required. Make sure you acquire this adapter from your property if you plan on charging at one of these locations. Check out basic vehicle instruction videos here.

Best Practices: When traveling long distances, it's always best to plan your "charging pit-stops" in advance. With Teslas, it's easy...use the navigation screen in the vehicle to plan out your trip. It will provide recommended charging locations along your route according to your current state of charge. Tesla also has online trip planner that can be found here.

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Nissan LEAF

With its long-range battery and DC fast charging capability, the Nissan LEAF is a great "around-town" car that can also make a good choice for road trips.

Range: 149 to 212 miles on a full charge

Charging Options: Use a Level 1, Level 2 or DC Fast Charging. Depending on which kind of charger you use, your Nissan LEAF’s battery will charge from empty to full at different time intervals. There are many factors that will affect how long it takes to charge your Nissan LEAF, such as battery capacity and temperature. To learn about specific charge times and related costs, you can read more at Nissan Charging 101. Envoy cars charge for free at their home property.

What You Need To Know: The Nissan LEAF is equipped with Eco Mode, one pedal drive and regenerative braking. The car burns absolutely zero gas, so it produces zero tailpipe emissions and no engine noise.

 

Best Practices: Plan your route before you leave so you know which charge stations and charge levels are available on your trip. Pay attention to your charge gauge and plan your stops accordingly. Remember that your charge level will vary depending on route, temperature and driving style. For more information, check out the Nissan Leaf website and Owners Manual

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Chevy Bolt

Simple. Affordable. Fun. This sporty car has room for 5 passengers and up to 56 cubic feet of storage space. Making it ideal for shopping trips.

Range: Up tp 259 miles on a full charge

Charging Options: Level 2 Charging and standard DC Fast Charging

What You Need To Know: The Chevrolet Bolt EV has a chargeport located on the front left fender, just ahead of the Bolt driver’s door, just like the other electric battery vehicles. The Chevy Bolt EV has a DC fast charger option, and charges at a rate of up to 55 kW, which allows the Bolt EV to recharge up to 80% in about 1 hour. Engaging the Sport Mode button provides more responsive acceleration delivering a more exciting driving experience. One Pedal Driving captures energy by using regenerative braking to slow the vehicle. It is controlled by using only the accelerator pedal to speed up and slow down, instead of the brakes. And it can even bring the Bolt EV to a complete stop.

Best Practices:  Plan your route before you leave so you know which charge stations and charge levels are available on your trip. Pay attention to your charge gauge and plan your stops accordingly. Remember that your charge level will vary depending on route, temperature and driving style. For more information, see the Chevy Bolt website and public charging tutorials

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Polestar 2

The long battery range and spacious interior of this luxury electric vehicle makes it a great choice for longer road trips where style and comfort are at the top of your list. This car gets a lot of attention so be prepared to answer - what kind of car is that?

Range: Up to 249  - 270 miles on a full charge depending on single or dual motor options

Charging Options: Level 2 Charging and standard DC Fast Charging. Watch the How To Charge video

What You Need To Know: The Polestar 2 has performance to match, strong range figures and 150kW DC charging capability.

Best Practices: Plan your route before you leave so you know which charge stations and charge levels are available on your trip. Pay attention to your charge gauge and plan your stops accordingly. Remember that your charge level will vary depending on route, temperature and driving style. For more information, see the Polestar 2 website and public charging finder.

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Audi E-tron

The Audi e-tron has ample interior space for everyday trips and long-range capability, plus quattro® all-wheel drive performance.

Range: Up to 218  - 222 miles on a full charge depending on model

Charging Options: Level 2 Charging 

What You Need To Know: This luxury electric car has plenty of room for all of your luggage and gear for overnight trips with ample 56 cubic feet of space. The Audi e-tron charging port is located on the driver's side front fender, just under the e-tron logo. After you've parked, powered down, and set the parking brake, you charge by pushing the button to the right of the e-tron logo and plugging in the e-tron charging cable. See owner’s manual for details.

Best Practices: Plan your route before you leave so you know which charge stations and charge levels are available on your trip. Pay attention to your charge gauge and plan your stops accordingly. Remember that your charge level will vary depending on route, temperature and driving style. For more information, see the Audi E-tron website or Owners Manual.

Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, accessory use, temperature and topography, battery age, load, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. Your total range will vary and depends on several factors including your driving habits and vehicle condition.

Audi E-tron

The long battery range and spacious interior of this luxury electric vehicle makes it a great choice for longer road trips where style and comfort are at the top of your list. This car gets a lot of attention so be prepared to answer - what kind of car is that?

Range: Up to 249  - 270 miles on a full charge depending on single or dual motor options

Charging Options: Level 2 Charging and standard DC Fast Charging. Watch the How To Charge video

What You Need To Know: The Polestar 2 has performance to match, strong range figures and 150kW DC charging capability.

Best Practices: Plan your route before you leave so you know which charge stations and charge levels are available on your trip. Pay attention to your charge gauge and plan your stops accordingly. Remember that your charge level will vary depending on route, temperature and driving style. For more information, see the Polestar 2 website and public charging finder.

Audi E-tron

The long battery range and spacious interior of this luxury electric vehicle makes it a great choice for longer road trips where style and comfort are at the top of your list. This car gets a lot of attention so be prepared to answer - what kind of car is that?

Range: Up to 249  - 270 miles on a full charge depending on single or dual motor options

Charging Options: Level 2 Charging and standard DC Fast Charging. Watch the How To Charge video

What You Need To Know: The Polestar 2 has performance to match, strong range figures and 150kW DC charging capability.

Best Practices: Plan your route before you leave so you know which charge stations and charge levels are available on your trip. Pay attention to your charge gauge and plan your stops accordingly. Remember that your charge level will vary depending on route, temperature and driving style. For more information, see the Polestar 2 website and public charging finder.