A MOTORS expert who took an EV for a spin has revealed he hates it after the car was flooded with errors.
The motorist took to TikTok to complain about the Audi e-tron after taking the vehicle for a test drive.He drove a £70,000 Audi e-tron[/caption]
He revealed how as soon as he started driving the car he hated it immediately.
On the video he said: “A very unusual choice of car for me, but it had to be done.”
The motors expert explained to viewers: “E-tron stands for electric because it has got two batteries in it rather than one.
“This car is based on a Volkswagen except it’s the black edition which means it has got black trims around the window.”
The vehicle boasts different wheels from his predecessor with an aerobic spoiler on the back.
With a claimed range of 241 miles and a wallop of 402hp from two electric motors.
Thanks to the huge battery in the belly of the car it weighs a hefty 2.5 tonnes, but at the same time is afforded a low centre of gravity, which improves agility.
But the cars influencer was less than impressed on the test drive.
Despitecapacity, the motors expert claimed the car can’t actually go very far.
The driver proceeds to start the engine but as soon as he puts a foot in he begins to experience errors.
The confused motors enthusiast said: “First way that you start it is with pressing a button on it. So that’s unlike a normal car.
“It’s saying please change the battery in the key. Now please add washer fluid. This is not a good start.”
The confessed diesel driver claimed to have never driven an electric vehicle before as he hates the modern vehicles.
He said: “I think a lot of my followers would probably be forgiven for thinking that I’m a little bit anti electric car and that’s not the case, I’m just more agnostic.”
He then proceeds to trash the vehicle while driving.
“I’ll be honest, I don’t like it at all at the moment, and this is only a few meters and halfway through the test.
“When you put your foot down it reminds me of a 1600 spin Zanussi washing machine more than a car,” he said.
The clip has now gained hundreds of views and likes – with dozens of users flocking to the comment section to share their thoughts.
One user slammed: “It’s just an overpriced washing machine.”
Another added: “They’re veryto drive and solid quality but the range is shocking.”
It comes as another driver who took the most popular electric vehicle in the UK for a spin explained what he hates most about it.