Query car details

Car data can be useful when you want to display more information about the car. You can access data using the car query or get even more data withcarPremium. Please contact us for more information on how to get access to our premium data set. You can see a live example with all available output parameters here.

Query

To get specific details of a car you need to provide a carId. This id can be obtained by using the carList query.

Arguments

  • id id

    Car ID

  • externalId int

    Deprecated. We will ignore it.

  • Frequently used fields

  • id id

    Cars unique ID

  • make string
    Deprecated

    Car manufacturer

  • power float
    Deprecated

    Power of a car in Kw

  • Other fields

  • naming object CarNaming

    Naming of a car

  • connectors list [CarPlug]

    Available connectors for a car

  • adapters list [CarPlug]

    List of adapters of connectors available for a car

  • battery object CarBattery

    Battery of a car

  • body object CarBody

    Body of a car

  • availability object CarAvailability

    Availability of a car

  • performance object CarPerformance

    Performance of a car

  • range object CarRange

    Range of a car

  • media object CarMedia

    Media of a car

  • routing object CarRouting

    Routing of a car

  • externalId string
    Deprecated

    ID provided by a car data source as the row ID

  • carModel string
    Deprecated

    Car model

  • edition string
    Deprecated

    Car edition

  • chargetripEdition string
    Deprecated

    Car model edition. Added by Chargetrip as an alternative for when a car manufacturer does not provide an edition name, or uses the same edition name across all trims or consecutive years

  • version string
    Deprecated

    Car version

  • chargetripRange object ChargetripRange
    Deprecated

    Chargetrip's custom real world range provides a carefully calculated display range for all EV models. This is based on our own research and driving data

  • fastChargingSupport boolean
    Deprecated

    Cars that support fast charging have a minimum charging speed of 43 Kwh. Cars without support for fast charging used in a newRoute mutation will return an error

  • mode enum CarMode
    Deprecated

    Current production mode of a car

  • seats int
    Deprecated

    Number of seats

  • weight float
    Deprecated

    Weight in kg

  • height int
    Deprecated

    Height in mm

  • width int
    Deprecated

    Width in mm

  • batteryUsableKwh float
    Deprecated

    Usable battery capacity in kWh

  • batteryFullKwh float
    Deprecated

    Full battery capacity in kWh

  • batteryEfficiency object CarBatteryEfficiency
    Deprecated

    Battery efficiency in the city, highway and combined depending on weather conditions

  • acceleration float
    Deprecated

    Acceleration time from 0 to 100 km/h

  • topSpeed float
    Deprecated

    Maximum car speed in km/h

  • torque float
    Deprecated

    Engine torque

  • consumption object CarExtraConsumption
    Deprecated

    Extra consumption model

  • petrolConsumption float
    Deprecated

    Amount of petrol a similar petrol car would consume per 100 km

  • chargingOffset json
    Deprecated

    A list of offset data for different charging speeds

  • images list [CarImage]
    Deprecated

    Images of a car

  • imagesData object CarImageData
    Deprecated

    Images of a car in structured data

  • Response

    If successful, the HTTP status code in the response header is 200 and the response body contains the attributes you requested.

    If unsuccessful, the header status code is an error code and the response body contains an error response object. The error response object can be any of the ones below.

    Errors & warnings

    • Error
      CAR_NOT_FOUND

      No car was found with the provided ID

    • Error
      MISSING_REQUIRED_PARAMETERS

      Missing required parameter(s): $PARAMETERS