Second place went to the BMW i3, whose production will be completed in July this year. The result of the battery hatchback was 4.7 percent, and the main problems were the dipped beam and brake discs, which, if not used frequently, develop pockets of corrosion.
Third in the study was the Renault Zoe, with 5.7 percent of those electric vehicles found to have problems with optics and suspension after three years of driving. Finally, the last place out of four went to the Tesla Model S with a score of 10.7 percent – that is, out of 10 electric cars, at least one turns out to be problematic. Moreover, the report refers to a whole range of different problems: from floundering fog lights to defects in suspension arms and controls.