Modern electric vehicles are equipped with impressive ranges, more than capable of meeting the needs of most drivers. In this article, we present the electric cars with the longest ranges in 2023. The list is very similar to last year but with a few new interesting entries!
Please note: all the driving ranges mentioned in this article are certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, except otherwise stated.
15. Kia EV6 – 310 miles
The Kia EV6 is a dependable electric car for longer trips, with its 310 miles (499 km) driving range. And when you eventually stop for a charge, you won’t be spending much time as this car can add 217 miles (350 km) in just 18 minutes of charging, making it one of the fastest-charging EVs on the market.
The all-electric crossover is also very fast, clocking 60 mph from 0 in 4.6 seconds, faster than a Porsche Cayenne Coupe. You will also like the driver-centric cockpit, Dual Panoramic Screens, AR Heads-up Display, and spacious cabin that seats five comfortably. And we love the design of the EV6 which is priced at $43,095 (€39,255).
14. Ford Mustang Mach-E – 314 miles
The American Ford decided to electrify its popular Mustang model. The result is the Mustang Mach-E, which offers a driving range of 314 miles (505 km). The average American driver covers about 40 miles (64 km) per day, which means you are getting more than a week’s worth of driving. However, there is much more to the Ford Mustang Mach-E than just the range, as it has become the darling of law enforcement electrifying their fleets. The starting price is $42,995 (€39,171).
13. Ford F-150 Lightning – 320 miles
The Ford F-150 Lightning is a powerful electric truck with a great towing capacity of 7,700 lbs. This highly efficient electric truck offers a range of up to 320 miles (515 km) and is priced at $92,790 (€84,540) in the US.
12. Rivian R1S – 321 miles
The R1S SUV offers up to 321 miles (516 km) between charges. The SUV is also promoted as the nature explorer’s companion, so feel free to head into the unknown with this car. It shares many details with the truck, including a comfortable cabin, touch-enabled center display, ample storage spaces, premium audio setup, etc. It starts at around $78,000 (€71,050).
11. BMW iX – 324 miles
BMW enters the long-range EV market with its iX model. The BMW iX is a luxurious all-electric SUV that promises a high-performance driving experience. And did we mention the styling of the iX is really nice? Its estimated range is about 324 miles (521 km), and it starts at $83,200 (€75,805).
10. Rivian R1T – 328 miles
The Rivian R1T is an adventure-oriented electric pickup truck with up to 328 miles (527 km) of range. It’s known for its off-road capabilities and starts at $73,000 (€66,490).
The R1T is marketed to outdoor enthusiasts who want to explore nature trails, and it is equipped with the required amenities.
9. GMC Hummer EV Pickup – 329 miles
For those who require a rugged and capable electric pickup truck, the GMC Hummer EV Pickup offers an impressive range. Its range is around 329 miles (529 km), and it starts at a whopping $85,300 (€77,680).
This is a robust electric vehicle that brings the iconic Hummer back in a sustainable way.
8. Tesla Model Y – 330 miles
A compact SUV that offers a range of up to 330 miles (531 km) making it suitable for longer trips. Tesla Model Y starts at $40,240 (€36,640), offering a blend of performance and safety features. This vehicle offers Autopilot, which allows the vehicle to operate autonomously, although you must be alert to take over when necessary. You can also enjoy a movie or play games on the large center screen when the car is stationary.
7. Mercedes-Benz EQS – 350 miles
Mercedes Benz knows a lot about making luxury cars, and that is precisely what you get with the EQS sedan. This is Mercedes’ first all-electric luxury sedan, offering high-end features and a range of up to 350 miles (563 km). It starts at around $125,950 (€114,705).
One of the standout features of the Mercedes-Benz EQS is the Hyperscreen, which turns the dashboard into a giant touch-enabled display.
6. Tesla Model 3 – 358 miles
Tesla’s most affordable car, the Model 3, is known for its impressive range of up to 358 miles (576 km). The starting price for this electric sedan is $32,740 (€29,817).
5. Fisker Ocean – 360 miles
The Fisker Ocean is not far behind, with an estimated range of 360 miles (579 km). This electric SUV stands out with its impressive range and affordability. The ‘Extreme’ variant offers a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive setup, and a large battery capacity, and starts at a price of $37,500 (€34,150).
4. Hyundai Ioniq 6 – 361 miles
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 is a sleek electric sedan with an estimated range of 361 miles (581 km). Its starting price is $41,600 ($37,885). Hyundai has also focused on ultra-fast charging capabilities, allowing for quick and convenient recharging.
3. Tesla Model X – 371 miles
The third Tesla car on this list is an all-electric SUV with exceptional acceleration and up to 371 miles (597 km) of range. Known for its futuristic features, the Model X starts at $98,490 (€89,700).
Apart from all the amazing extra features of Tesla cars, the Model X is popular for its falcon-wing doors.
2. Tesla Model S – 405 miles
Here comes another Tesla on the list of top electric cars in 2023. The Model S is Tesla’s flagship electric sedan, known for its incredible speed and luxurious features. It has a whopping range of up to 405 miles (603 km) and starts at $88,490 (€80,590).
1. Lucid Air – 520 miles
The Lucid Air Dream Edition is the EV with the longest driving range you can buy today. A luxury sedan with top-notch performance, the Lucid Air has a range of up to 520 miles (837 km).
The Lucid Air also offers many premium features, including a tastefully appointed cabin and sound system. There is also plenty of storage space in the front and back trunks.
Lucid offers different models starting at $87,400 (€79,600). But of course, the more range, the more expensive it will be.
Here is a short summary of electric vehicles with the longest range in 2022:
|Top 15 Vehicles||Range (Miles)||Range (Kilometers)|
|1. Lucid Air Dream Edition||520||837|
|2. Tesla Model S||405||603|
|3. Tesla Model X||371||591|
|4. Hyundai Ioniq 6||361||581|
|5. Fisker Ocean||360||579|
|6. Tesla Model 3||358||576|
|7. Mercedes-Benz EQS||350||563|
|8. Tesla Model Y||330||531|
|9. GMC Hummer EV Pickup||329||529|
|10. Rivian R1T||328||527|
|11. BMW iX||324||521|
|12. Rivian R1S||321||516|
|13. Fort F-150 Lightning||320||515|
|14. Ford Mustang Mach-E||314||505|
|15. Kia EV6||310||499|
We’ve been in the industry for a while and we’re glad to see that electric cars, and especially new models now offer extended driving ranges. If you need your EV to be capable of long-distance driving, any of the vehicles in the list above will fit. Of course, it will also depend on your budget.
Ultimately, most electric vehicles on the market now will offer more than enough range for a normal commute or family outing, so it’s important to look at the whole charging infrastructure in your country to make sure it’s easy to charge if you need to during your journey, to eliminate the risk of being caught out.
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*The data provided is based on the information available at the time of writing. Prices and range figures may vary.