Electrics Cars For 2024

There are many of fantastic EVs on the market right now. Almost every automaker has at least one electric car in its inventory or plans to deliver one in the near future. That implies there will be lots of variation. From opulent land yachts to inexpensive commuter vehicles, these are the greatest electric cars on the market right now for 2023 and 2024, in order of cost.

2023 Chevrolet Bolt

2023 Chevrolet Bolt uaw 5960 member kimberly fuhr inspects a chevrolet bolt ev during car production on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at the General Motors orion assembly plant in orion township, michigan photo by steve fecht for chevroletSTEVE FECHT Cost: $27,495

Range: up to 259 miles according to the EPA.

Nothing tops the Chevrolet Bolt in terms of value for money. The little American-made electric hatchback has a range of over 260 miles per charge and costs less than $30,000. That's a big deal in a world where charging outlets are still scarce.

Those in need of extra capacity can choose the larger Bolt EUV, which is an SUV-ified version of the Bolt hatch with a higher ride height and more internal space. 

2024 Nissan Leaf

Price: $29,235 Range: up to 215 miles EPA-rated

Since 2011, the Nissan Leaf has been in dealerships, receiving update after update to keep it relevant in the rapidly evolving electric car industry. The EPA's 215-mile range estimate for the bigger of the two available batteries falls well short of competitors like the Chevy Bolt, but that won't matter if you're a Nissan fan.

Those looking to save money may choose the smaller battery, which provides 149 miles of range. That's enough to cover the majority of people's daily commutes—not bad for less than $30,000.

2024 Mini Cooper SE

Price: $30,895 Range: up to 110 miles EPA-rated

The Mini Cooper SE all-electric blends the company's usual appealing appearance and tiny size with a single e-motor spinning the front wheels, providing 181 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque from a relatively modest 28.9-kWh battery.

Range isn't fantastic, at an EPA-estimated 110 miles, but the pure delight of driving should compensate for the lack of mileage per charge, as long as your commute is relatively short. If that figure isn't enough for you, Mini has already teased the 2025 model, which will go on sale sometime next year. That vehicle should have a greater range.

2023 Tesla Model 3

Price: $41,880 Range: up to 315 miles according to the EPA

Tesla's mass-market entry-level Model 3 car has become a regular on coastal America's highways, outselling heavyweights like Toyota in numerous states. While the automobile has limitations, a dependable statewide charging network makes it an intriguing option for commuters wanting for environmentally friendly transportation.

Speed demons will like the Performance trim, which adds 450 horsepower, a 0-60 speed of under 3.5 seconds, and a specialized track mode for lapsing racing circuits to the base model.

2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6

Estimated price: $43,000
Range: up to 361 miles according to the EPA.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 is a real-life concept automobile. Beautiful lines and distinct front and rear fascias combine to create one of the most enticing looks on the market today, all wrapped up in a gorgeous all-electric chassis.

The Ioniq 6 is available with two battery packs and rear- or all-wheel drive. The SE Long Range grade offers the best value, combining the single-motor rear-drive engine combination with the larger battery to get the maximum range from the slippery, aero-efficient body.

2024 Polestar 2

Price: $51,300 Range: up to 320 miles according to the EPA

The four-door Polestar 2 is a viable alternative to the Tesla Model 3, with elegant lines and an enthusiast-focused Performance Pack trim that includes 20-inch wheels, summer tires, Brembo brakes, adjustable hlins dampers, and 469 horsepower from two electric motors.If you choose range above driving dynamics, stick with the basic Long Range RWD variant, which has only one electric motor. With 295 horsepower and 361 lb-ft of torque, you won't be lacking in propulsion in most scenarios.

2024 BMW i4

Price: $53,195 Range: up to 307 miles according to the EPA

The BMW i4 shares much of its panels and interior with the gas-powered 4-Series Gran Coupe, providing purchasers more certainty that they'll be walking into a familiar vehicle rather than a future spacecraft, as some competitors believe. There are three different powertrains, the most powerful of which is the M50, which produces 536 horsepower and 586 lb-ft of torque.

If you want to save money, go with the i4 eDrive35. According to the EPA, it has a single rear-mounted motor that produces 281 horsepower and can go up to 256 miles on a single charge.

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE

Price: $76,050
Range: up to 300 miles (estimated) according to the EPA.

The Mercedes-Benz EQE, like the EQS, is best thought of as an all-electric version of the company's mid-range E-Class sedan. It offers equally rounded appearance and technological features in a little smaller, less costly form.

The standard EQE350+ has a single rear-mounted e-motor that produces 288 horsepower and 391 lb-ft of torque, which should be sufficient for the majority of consumers. Those looking for the most power may opt for the AMG model pictured above, which has 677 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque when the overboost option is used.

2024 Lucid Air

Price: $79,000 (approx.)
Range: up to 516 miles according to the EPA.
The Air is Lucid's first offering, a premium four-door with rocket ship acceleration aimed squarely at the Tesla Model S. The Sapphire is the most powerful form, as depicted above. Its 1234 horsepower and 1430 lb-ft of torque can provide mind-boggling performance statistics such as 0-60 mph in 89 seconds, a quarter-mile in 8.95 seconds, and a peak speed of 205 mph.

We don't blame you if you don't want to spend a quarter-million dollars on an Air Sapphire. Fortunately, the basic Air begins at less than $80,000 and comes with 480 horsepower and 410 miles of range.

2023 Genesis Electrified G80

EPA-rated range: up to 282 miles Price: $80,950

The standard gas-powered Genesis G80 is an amazing car, and that hasn't altered with the Electrified G80's conversion to electric propulsion. It comes standard with two motors, one up front and one in the back, connected to an 87.2-kWh battery pack for a total of 365 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque.

Aside from cruising in luxury and silence, the electric drivetrain propels the Electrified G80 to 60 mph in only 4.1 seconds, despite a curb weight of 5047 pounds.

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