(iSeeCars) – One of the key factors to consider when purchasing an electric car is its long-range capabilities. This is the maximum driving range an electric vehicle can go on a single charge. Although most of us don’t drive hundreds of miles every day and deplete a full charge, no one wants to worry about running out of juice and not being able to find a place to plug in. This concern around this issues is such that the EPA includes estimated range figures in its fuel economy evaluations for electric cars, although what you achieve in real-world driving may vary. The constant expansion of the charging network makes it easier than ever to find a convenient charger, and the time it takes to fully charge an electric car is also improving. Electric vehicles also include infotainment systems with features that help make it easy to track your range and locate a charging station.

Gone are the days when there were only a few electric cars for sale. Today there are dozens of electric vehicles to choose from with a wide range of options from minimalist to luxurious. Electric car powertrains include single-motor options with front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive and dual-motor options with all-wheel drive for slippery/snowy roads. Some electric cars have three electric motors for more advanced AWD capability, which delivers improved handling over FWD or RWD models. Whether you want a luxury sedan, hatchback, crossover, entry-level compact car, or even a pickup truck, there’s an electric vehicle with an increasingly long driving range out there for you. Here we break down the longest range electric cars you can buy both new and used along with pricing. We even take a peek at future electric cars due over the coming months and years.

New EVs with the Longest Range 

There are some electric cars with very low ranges. These include the Mazda MX-30, which has only 100 miles of range, and the MINI Hardtop 2-Door, which gets 114 miles on a full charge. These cars have smaller battery packs, which makes them a challenge if you’re planning a road trip. Most new electric vehicles, however, get over 200 miles of range per charge, with a widespread of price points and maximum range figures so you don’t have to worry as much about finding a place to plug in. Note that some electric cars have both standard range and long-range batteries so you can get a range version that best suits your needs

Sitting at the top of the range list for new electric vehicles is the luxurious Lucid Air sedan. It starts at $139,000 with a range of up to 520 miles on a single charge. If you want something with a long-range and the performance specs of a sports car, you can’t beat the Lucid Air. There’s also the luxurious Mercedes EQS sedan, which delivers a range of 350 miles. If you’re in the market for a truck, then the full-size 320-mile Ford F-150 Lightning, or mid-size Rivian R1T with its 314 miles per charge, should be on your list. If a premium-branded full-size truck is more to your liking there’s the GMC Hummer, which gets 329 miles per charge. The Tesla Model X gets the top spot for an electric SUV with 348 miles of range while the more affordable Kia EV6 is the crossover with the longest range at 310 miles per charge. If you want more of a sports car with an electric motor and a long-range, there’s the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV with 300 miles of range per charge. Here’s the full breakdown of new electric cars and their ranges so you can avoid range anxiety.

New EVs with the Longest Range
RankElectric VehicleMax EV RangeMin EV RangeHP RangeTorque RangeMSRP 
1Lucid Air520471800-1080620-738$139,000-$169,000
2Tesla Model S405396670-1020723-1050$99,490-$134,490
3Audi e-tron S372344496-496717$84,800-$89,800
4Tesla Model 3358272201-450258-471$46,490-$58,990
5Mercedes-Benz EQS 450350340329-516419-631$102,310-$119,110
6Tesla Model X348333670-1020310-531$110,490-$125,490
7Tesla Model Y330303346-450389-471$58,990-$63,990
8GMC HUMMER EV3293291000-100011,500$108,700
9BMW iX324324516-516564$83,200
10Ford F-150 Lightning320230563-563775$39,974-$90,874
11Rivian R1T314314754-754908$73,000
12Kia EV6310232167-320258-446$40,900-$55,900
13Hyundai IONIQ 5303256225-320258-446$43,650-$54,500
14BMW i4301270335-536317-586$55,400-$65,900
15Ford Mustang Mach-E300210266-290317-644$43,895-$61,995
16Volkswagen ID.4280245201-295229-339$40,760-$48,940
17Polestar 2270249231-408283-487$45,900-$49,900
18Chevrolet Bolt EV259259200-200266$31,000-$34,200
18Hyundai KONA Electric258258201-201291$34,000-$42,500
19Audi Q4 e-tron250250295-295339$49,900-$57,500
20Audi Q4 e-tron Sportback250250295-295339$52,700-$60,300
21Chevrolet Bolt EUV250250200-200266$33,000-$37,500
22Kia Niro EV239239201-201291$39,990-$44,650
23Audi e-tron GT238238469-469465$102,400-$109,600
24Jaguar I-PACE234234394-394512$69,900
25Audi RS e-tron GT232232590-590612$142,400
26Nissan LEAF226150147-214236-250$27,400-$37,400
27Volvo C40226226402-402487$58,750
28Volvo XC40 Recharge223223402-402221-258$51,700-$58,150
29Audi e-tron Sportback218218402-402490$69,100-$82,300
30Porsche Taycan215199402-750254-774$82,700-$187,600
31Audi e-tron211.9175402-402398.3$65,900-$83,400
32MINI Hardtop 2 Door114114181-181199$29,900
33Mazda MX-30 EV100100143-143200$33,470-$36,480

Used EVs with the Longest Range

EVs are still newcomers to the automotive landscape, so the selection of used vehicles isn’t as strong. The smaller number of models in existence means there simply aren’t as many used electric cars on the market. Some of the models on our list of new electric vehicles just came out this year, meaning they haven’t had time to make their way to the used car marketplace. There’s also a notable lack of trucks since those are currently new models only. If you want an electric truck you’ll have to go with a new one or wait a bit for used models to make an appearance.

The Tesla Model 3 sedan has the longest range of used electric cars at 310 miles per charge. Tesla also comes out on top for SUVs with its Model X getting a maximum of 295 miles per charge. If it’s a crossover you’re after the Chevrolet Bolt EV with its 238 miles of range will get you further than the competition. While the selection of used electric vehicles is limited, you will save money by buying used as long as you don’t mind the limited number of choices. This can help you get a premium electric car at an entry-level price. 

Used EVs with the Longest Range
RankElectric VehicleMax EV RangeMin EV RangeHP RangeTorque RangeAverage 5-Year Old Used Car Price 
1Tesla Model 3310220258-258307$38,701-$44,999
2Tesla Model X295238328-532387-485$50,990-$103,500
3Tesla Model S270210382-532317-792$43,000-$84,980
4Chevrolet Bolt EV238238200-200266$15,099-$43,510
5Volkswagen e-Golf125125134-134214$19,461-$27,995
6Hyundai IONIQ Electric124124 118-118215$17,500-$26,451
7Ford Focus115115143-143$14,954-$20,590
8BMW i311481168-168184$21,590-$23,999
9Nissan LEAF10784107-107186$10,499-$$21,975
10Kia Soul EV9393109-109210$12,988-$20,899
11Honda Clarity Electric8989161-161221
12Mercedes-Benz B-Class8787177-177251$12,950-$24,950
13FIAT 500e8484111-111147$7,799-$17,777
14Mitsubishi i-MiEV626266-66145

Future Electric Vehicles With Even Longer Ranges?

What about the future? Despite the small number of electric vehicles available compared to the wide range of gas-powered vehicles you can buy, options are increasing. Just one year ago there were no trucks, but today there are three. That number is set to increase with the introduction of the Chevrolet Silverado EV this spring with an impressive predicted range of up to 400 miles per charge. Cadillac is about to introduce its first EV, the Lyriq SUV, which is coming sometime later this year with a range of up to 300 miles.

If you want to go off-road you’ll want to look for the Jeep Wrangler EV, which is expected later this year with range figures under wraps. There will also be the Subaru Solterra crossover, which has all-wheel-drive capability and an estimated range of over 220 miles. There are new electric vehicles coming from practically every automaker in every category over the coming years. If you don’t see what you want today, it won’t be long before the perfect electric vehicle for you makes its debut.

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