Specifications

Price new
N/A
N/A
Price used
N/A
N/A
Status
Discontinued
Discontinued
Years of production
2013 - 2014
2019 - 2020
Country of manufacture
USA
South Korea
USA

Battery and Charging

Range EPA
82 mi
N/A
Range WLTP
132 km -79%
624 km
Range NEDC
N/A
N/A
Battery pack capacity
21.3 kWh -79%
100 kWh
On-board charger (AC)
3.3 kW -80%
16.5 kW
Max charging power (DC)
50 kW -75%
200 kW

Powertrain

Acceleration 0-60 mph
7.9 s
N/A
Top speed
90 mph -42%
155 mph
Engine power
139.5 kW -74%
541 kW
Engine torque
400 lb-ft -28%
557 lb-ft
Efficiency
26 mi
25.8 mi -1%
Drive type
FWD
AWD
Motor type
Permanent-magnet
Permanent-magnet

Body and Chassis

Seats
4
5
Dimensions
146.5x64x62.6 in
195.7x86.2x56.9 in
Wheelbase
93.5 in
116.5 in
Curb weight
2,967 lb
N/A
Body style
Hatchback
Liftback
Cargo capacity
10 ft3 -68%
31.6 ft3
Towing capacity
N/A
N/A

Compare all specifications of Chevrolet Spark EV 21 kWh vs Tesla Model S Long Range

What is it?

This is a brief summary of the comparison between 2 electric cars listed below:

Powertrain

  • The Tesla Model S Long Range has the most kW (541 kW). The Chevrolet Spark EV 21 kWh has 139.5 kW.
  • The Tesla Model S Long Range has the fastest acceleration from 0 to 60 mph (7.9 s).
  • All 2 cars have a single-speed direct transmisson.
  • The Chevrolet Spark EV 21 kWh is available in FWD configuration. The Tesla Model S Long Range is available in AWD configuration.

Battery and Charging

If you're looking for the longest range EV, you should choose The Chevrolet Spark EV 21 kWh as it has the best EPA/WLTP range (82 mi) and the largest battery pack (100 kWh).

Conclusion

Overall, the Tesla Model S Long Range is the most powerful and has the longest range, but it is also the most expensive. The Chevrolet Spark EV 21 kWh is a good compromise between performance, range, and price.

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