kWh instead of liter: kWh (kilowatt-hour) is a unit of measurement of battery capacity / electric vehicle battery in current use and users will have to get used to this parameter instead of saying that the fuel tank … liter like before – Photo: Tesla

kWh / 100 km instead of liters / 100 km: kWh / 100 km or in some areas like the US, miles / kWh is a unit of measurement of electric vehicle power consumption. At the moment, we have a temporary “reference” parameter, which is MPGe, which is basically the unit that converts the two above parameters to the traditional liter/100 km level for users who are not familiar with it. – Photo: CarBuzz

kW instead of horsepower (hp): Horsepower (horsepower – hp) can currently be considered the most popular unit of power measurement for the global car village. Metric horsepower or kilowatts (kW) are less common measures. However, electric vehicles with their inevitable connection to the power measurement system in watts (such as 1,000 W = 1 kW or 1,000 kW = 1 mW) may make this the official unit of measurement in the future – Photo: CarBuzz

2-way charging: 2-way charging technology (also known as car charging to the grid) is the ability to use electric vehicle batteries to reverse charge external devices, such as speakerphones or refrigerators when on a picnic. or even become a household power source when there is a power outage – Photo: CarBuzz

State of Charge (SoC): This parameter means the remaining battery capacity. 50% SoC means the car has 50% battery left. In addition, this factor also helps users visualize the remaining distance of the car, for example, 50% of the SoC of a car model can run 500 km per charge, equivalent to 250 km more – Photo: CarBuzz