Why EV ?




Nowadays, electric cars are a normal part of everyday life for the citizens of a large number of countries. The first electric cars have gained popularity in the 19th century, but their interest has faded due to the development of the internal combustion engine.

Today the ecological and economic conditions confirm the necessity for a return to electro mobility. This is confirmed by all car manufacturers who confidently enter the electro mobility industry through innovative models, despite the decades of tradition of developing conventional diesel oil technologies.

Free parking in blue and green zone in Sofia, effective management

The cost of operating electric vehicles is significantly lower than the cost of an internal combustion engine. Electric cars have a much simpler device and fewer maintenance items. They do not need periodic change of straps and filters. Due to the regenerative braking, the brake pads and discs wear much slower. The same... [view more]

Fixed costs, fewer documents, reduced planning and control time

Electric cars allow   easier planning and costs reducing. They lack much of the periodic and incidental maintenance costs inherent in an internal combustion engine. Also eliminate the cost for parking in blue and green area in Sofia and other major cities. The cost of electricity for propulsion is lower per unit... [view more]

Smart Marketing in 21st Century

The use of energy-efficient and modern technology affects not only employee motivation in the company, but also influences its customers. More and more users are trying to have services that leave a minimum carbon footprint. The introduction of "green" technology is at the core of modern marketing that targets educated customers with a clear position in... [view more]

For the drivers of logistic EVs:

Electric cars do not have the noise and vibrations of an internal combustion engine. Drivers are less tired and can be more productive. This reduces the probability of work errors and the risk of road accidents.

For employees with personal cars or sales representatives: Personal electric or shared use electric vehicles are perceived as a privilege... [view more]

Conventional cars emit an average of 17 kg CO2 / 100 km

Electric cars consume at least twice as little primary energy as compared to a similar car with an internal combustion engine. 4 to 5 times less energy (13-20 kW for electric vehicle category M1 vs. 50-80 kWh for a vehicle with an internal combustion engine due to consumption and energy content of the fuel) is spent on the move... [view more]

Fresh Air and Happy Customers

Electric cars combine an innovative technology with a responsible attitude to the surrounding and urban environments. This is of great importance to companies or private clients for whom social responsibility of business is an integral part of the values ​ ​ that are fundamental to them. Today's informed consumers are often making their... [view more]

This is a delusion that most people are already shaking off. Although in the past the electric cars werce associated with an uncomfortable experience, the models of the modern manufacturers have no less convenience than the petrol... [view more]

Everyone has heard of Tesla, which has a mileage of hundreds of kilometers. The rest of the manufacturers are looking to stay behind, with all known manufacturers already running a standard 150 to 200 km range with a single charge,... [view more]

The prices of the latest generation electric vehicles are comparable to the price of a brand new car with internal combustion. While there is some price difference in some models, it is offset by the following factors:       -Cost per 100 km mileage      -Reduced maintenance (no oil change, less wear on tires),       -Free parking in blue and green... [view more]

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