If you’ve been thinking about making the switch to an electric car or truck, you’ve probably put at least a little thought into driving range — how far an EV will go on a single charge before needing to be plugged in to get more juice. It’s a crucial part of ensuring a battery-powered car or truck fits your lifestyle. And while range certainly isn’t the only factor you’ll want to consider when choosing whether an EV is right for you — there’s also charging speed, reliability, economy and safety — for many, it’s the most important.
If you’re looking for that information, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up every EV on sale today and ranked them by their EPA-estimated range. You’ll find all that info below, so get to scrolling.
Editors’ note: This list only includes vehicles that have been certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency. More EVs might be in the news, but they will not be added to this compilation until they’re about to go on sale in the US and have official EPA range ratings. Also, all prices include destination charges, but may not include available incentives or tax breaks.
Every EV available for 2023
|Make and model||Range||Starting MSRP|
|Audi E-Tron GT||238||$106,395|
|Audi E-Tron SUV, Sportback||226||$71,995|
|Audi Q4 E-Tron SUV, Sportback||265||$50,995|
|BMW i4 Gran Coupe||301||$58,095|
|Chevrolet Bolt EUV||247||$36,620|
|Chevrolet Bolt EV||259||$38,495|
|Ford F-150 Lightning||320||$66,869|
|Ford Mustang Mach-E||310||$43,995|
|Genesis Electrified G80||282||$80,920|
|GMC Hummer EV Pickup, SUV||329||$112,595|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5||303||$42,785|
|Hyundai Ioniq 6||361||$42,715|
|Hyundai Kona Electric||258||$34,885|
|Kia Niro Electric||253||$40,875|
|Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV||305||$105,550|
|Mini Cooper SE||114||$31,895|
|Tesla Model 3||358||$48,880|
|Tesla Model S||405||$89,880|
|Tesla Model X||348||$99,880|
|Tesla Model Y||330||$48,880|
|Vinfast VF 8||207||$40,290|
|Volkswagen ID 4||275||$40,290|
|Volvo XC40, C40 Recharge||226||$54,645|
A few truly charming electric cars have disappeared from the list this year and will be missed, but overall, the list is longer than ever. That means more choices running a wider gamut of ranges, prices and body styles. That’s good news for electric car enthusiasts, early adopters and regular drivers looking for flexible and reliable transportation. And there will be more to come even by the end of 2023.
For a list of just our favorite electric vehicles, check out our best electric cars roundup. There’s also our list of the best kids’ electric cars, because it’s never too early to cultivate a love of cars — electric or otherwise.