Top Electric Cars with The Longest Range

The biggest concern for people looking to switch to an EV is the range that these vehicles offer. Here, we’ve put together a list of EVs with the longest range, so you can make the right choice.

Tesla Model S

With a max range of 402 miles, the Model S offers the most range of any EV ever made. It also features a premium cabin, two spacious rows of stats, and generous cargo space. Two trim levels are available with all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension, active safety systems, and a lot of high-tech wizardry as standard.

Tesla Model X

This is the largest passenger EV available today. For its 351-mile maximum range, you should choose the base all-wheel-drive Long Range Plus trim that seats five in comfort and offers a lot of cargo space. Like the Model S, it’s packed to the gills with amazing tech features that make it an absolute delight.

Tesla Model 3

The Model 3 is the most affordable Tesla available. You’ll need to get the dual-motor all-wheel-drive Long Range Model 3 for its max range of 322 miles. But even the standard version offers 220 miles of range, and that’s more than most people drive every day.

Tesla Model Y

The cheapest Model Y offers 316 miles of range. And the Performance version with 21-inch wheels drops that to 291 miles. Like all Teslas, this one is agile, spacious, has a premium cabin, a lot of high-tech features, and even a heat pump to maximize range and efficiency in cold weather.

Chevrolet Bolt

The Bolt’s upgraded battery chemistry increased its range from 238 miles to 259 miles in 2020. This is the only non-Tesla EV to offer this kind of range. It accelerates well, is engaging to drive, and has plenty of space for passengers and cargo. DC charging, unfortunately, is only available as an optional extra.

Hyundai Kona Electric

The 258-mile is an agile and peppy offering that is also rated highly for reliability and safety. It’s stylish and well-built with a good list of standard features, but rear seat and cargo space are limited. If you install a 240-volt charger, the Kona can be fully charged in under 10 hours.

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