In December 2010, when the first-generation Nissan Leaf EV arrived in the U.S., it had a 24 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that delivered an EPA-est. range of just 73 miles. Although the Leaf was a pioneer, the range between charges was impractical and drove away many prospective electric vehicle buyers.
Thankfully, times have changed. We now live in a world where EVs can achieve well over 300 miles of range on a full charge. Here are 26 electric cars with at least 300 miles of maximum range that are already available at U.S. dealerships or will start arriving by the end of 2023. In the list, there are cars with EPA or manufacturer-claimed ranges of 300 miles.
The 2023 BMW i4 is the company’s entry-level EV in the U.S. In the mid-range eDrive40 variant, it comes with an 81.5 kWh (net) battery pack and delivers an EPA-est. range of 301 miles. Do note that specifying the optional 19-inch wheels instead of the standard 18-inch wheels lowers that figure to 282 miles.
The 2023 BMW i4 eDrive40 comes with features like LED headlights with programmable LED DRLs, a 12.3-inch instrument cluster, a 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, two-way power glass moonroof, a multi-zone climate control system, power sport seats (front), and more.
The eDrive40 variant of the 2023 BMW i4 has a rear-mounted motor that generates 335 horsepower and 317 lb.-ft. of torque. A 0-60 mph sprint takes 5.5 seconds, while the top speed is 118 mph. The maximum AC charging power is 11 kW, and a full charging session (0-100% SoC) at that rate takes 8 hours and 25 minutes. The peak DC charging input is 200 kW, which allows topping up to 80% charging level (from 10%) in 31 minutes.
The 2023 BMW i4 eDrive40 costs USD 55,900 (excl. USD 995 destination and handling fee).
At the other end of the spectrum, the BMW i7 xDrive60 is the company’s most expensive EV in the U.S. Specify it with 19-inch wheels instead of the standard 20-inch wheels and you’ll be able to drive for 318 miles on a full charge (EPA-est.). Downgrading to the smaller wheels doesn’t save you any money, but it does bump the EPA-est. range by 22 miles.
The BMW i7 xDrive60 has a 101.7 kWh (net) battery pack that is chargeable at up to 11 kW (AC)/195 kW (DC). A 0-100% AC charging session at an 11 kW charger takes 10.5 hours. At a DC fast-charger that with an output of 190 kW or higher, charging from 10 to 80% SoC takes 34 minutes.
Two motors, one at the front and one at the rear, spin the i7 xDrive60’s wheels. They produce 536 horsepower and 549 lb.-ft. of torque. A 0-60 mph sprint takes 4.5 seconds, and the top speed is 130 mph.
The BMW i7 xDrive60 costs USD 119,300 (excl. USD 995 destination and handling fee).
The BMW iX is available in two variants in the U.S. – xDrive50 and M60. Only the base variant delivers an EPA-est. range of more than 300 miles – 324 miles, and that too only if fitted with the standard 20-inch wheels. A 105.2 kWh battery pack supplies energy to two motors, one on each axle, which generate 516 hp and 564 lb.-ft. of torque.
The BMW iX xDrive50 accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds and can keep going further until 124 mph. Customers can charge its battery pack at up to 11 kW (AC)/195 kW (DC). Charging from 0 to 100% level with alternating current takes is as quick as 10.25 hours. At a DC fast-charging station where the EV can take advantage of its maximum capacity, a 10-80% charging session takes less than 40 minutes.
The BMW iX xDrive50 costs USD 84,100 plus USD 995 for destination & handling.
As GM’s swankiest electric SUV on sale currently, the Cadillac Lyriq beats the Audi e-tron in many aspects, especially the EPA-est. range. While the German model runs out of charge at 226 miles, the American EV can keep going until 312 miles.
The Cadillac Lyriq that can deliver the 312-mile EPA-est. range has a 100 kWh battery pack that supplies electricity to a rear-mounted motor that produces 340 hp and 325 lb.-ft. of torque. You can charge it at up to 19.2 kW at a Level 2 (AC) charging station and add 52 miles of range in one hour. The EV’s peak Level 3 (DC) charging input is 190 kW, and at that rate, GM estimates it’s possible to achieve 76 miles of range in about 10 minutes of charging.
Order books for the Cadillac Lyriq are currently closed, but when they re-open, the prices will start at USD 58,590 (incl. USD 1,395), as per a report GM Authority released on January 24, 2023.
Chevrolet Blazer EV
The 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV is a midsize electric crossover SUV riding on GM’s BEV3 Platform, and will be offered in 1LT, 2LT, RS, and SS trims. General Motors is targeting a maximum range of 320 miles for the 2024 Blazer EV RS RWD.
The Blazer EV will support charging at up to 11.5 kW (AC)/190 kW (DC). At a DC fast-charger, charging for just 10 minutes will add approximately 78 miles of range in approximately 10 minutes. GM hasn’t released the performance figures of the Blazer EV RS, but the dual motors in the all-wheel-drive SS produce 557 hp and up to 648 lb.-ft. of torque.
With the Wide Open Watts (WOW) mode enabled, the Blazer EV SS can accelerate from 0-60 mph in under 4 seconds (GM-est.). The 2LT and RS trims should reach U.S. dealerships in Summer 2023, with the SS and base 1LT trims following suit in Fall 2023 & Winter 2024, respectively. The starting MSRP of the 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV RS trim will be USD 51,995 (DFC incl.).
Chevrolet Equinox EV
The 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV is a compact SUV that uses the same BEV3 platform which underpins the all-new Blazer EV. It will be offered to customers in America in 1LT, 2LT, 2RS, 3LT, and 3RS trims. The 2RS will arrive at U.S. dealerships in Fall 2023, with the rest of the range becoming available in Spring 2024.
The single-motor variant with front-wheel-drive (FWD) and base 1LT trim will have a starting MSRP of USD 30,000 (DFC incl.). The 2LT (FWD), 2RS (FWD), 3LT (FWD), and 3RS (FWD) variants of the 2024 Equinox EV will offer up to 300 miles of range (GM-est.) on a full charge. The maximum AC charging power will be 11.5 kW, but a 19.5 kW option will be available on the 3RS trim. A Level 2 charger will add a range of up to 34 miles at 11.5 kW and up to 51 miles at 19.5 kW in one hour. These, too, are GM estimates.
The Equinox EV supports up to 150 kW of DC fast-charging across all variants, with GM estimating 70 miles of range in 10 minutes. The FWD variants of the all-new Chevrolet Equinox EV will deliver 210 hp and 242 lb.-ft. of torque.
More powerful variants of the Equinox EV are equipped with an eAWD dual-motor powertrain that produces 290 hp and 346 lb.-ft. of torque. The Equinox EV eAWD variant can sprint from 0-60 mph in 6 seconds, as per GM estimates.
Chevrolet Silverado EV
The Chevrolet Silverado EV is a full-size all-electric pickup truck that’s built on GM’s BT1 electric truck platform. Its U.S. portfolio will start with the WT trim in Spring 2023, followed by the RST First Edition in Fall 2023. Chevrolet says the base WT trim will start with an MSRP of USD 39,900 (excl. DFC), while the fully-equipped RST First Edition will have an MSRP of USD 105,000 (excl. DFC).
Both these variants will offer a maximum range of 400 miles on a single charge while supporting up to 350 kW of DC fast-charging and GM’s patented Ultium Charge 360 technology. The former public charging solution can add around 100 miles of range into the 24-module Ultium battery pack in just 10 minutes!
The e4WD dual-motor powertrain of the 2024 Silverado EV RST First Edition produces up to 754 hp, with more than 785 lb.-ft. of torque available in the WOW mode. A 0-60 mph sprint takes less than 4.5 seconds. The WT’s electric powertrain develops 510 hp and 615 lb.-ft.
The Austrian-made Fisker Ocean is a proper Tesla Model Y rival, priced competitively from just USD 37,499 – lower than even the U.S.-built VW ID.4 (USD 38,995). It is available in Sport (FWD), Ultra (AWD), Extreme (AWD), and One (AWD) variants.
Fisker offers the Ocean with two battery packs, a ‘Touring Range’ unit made of lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) cells and a ‘Hyper Range’ unit consisting of lithium nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) cells. The Ocean Sport has a 275-hp front motor powered by the Touring Range battery pack. Fisker expects it to get an EPA-est. range rating of 250 miles.
The Ocean Ultra has the Hyper Range battery pack and a 540-hp dual-motor powertrain, and Fisker expects it to deliver an EPA-est. range of 340 miles of range. The Ocean Extreme and Ocean One have the same battery pack but share a 550-hp dual-motor powertrain. Yet, Fisker is targeting a higher EPA-est. range rating of 350 miles for them.
Ford F-150 Lightning
Three variants of the 2023 Ford F-150 Lighting all-electric pickup truck have a range of 300 miles. The XLT and Lariat variants have a maximum range of up to 320 miles (EPA-est.), while the top-spec Platinum model has a range of up to 300 miles (EPA-est.), all possible with a 131 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
Powering the 300- and 320-mile configurations of the 2023 F-150 Lightning is a dual-motor powertrain that generates 580 hp and 775 lb.-ft. of torque. A 0-60 mph sprint takes just around 4.5 seconds. Ford states 19.2 kW as the maximum AC charging input and 8 hours as the 15-100% level AC charging time. According to an InsideEVs report, 155 kW is the maximum DC charging input. Ford says DC fast-charging from 15 to 80% SoC using at 150 kW charger takes 41 minutes.
The 2023 F-150 Lightning 131 kWh costs USD 80,974 in the XLT trim, USD 85,974 in the Lariat trim, and USD 96,874 in the Platinum trim. These prices exclude the standard USD 1,895 destination charges.
Ford Mustang Mach-E
The 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E comes in a wide range of configurations, and two of them deliver an EPA-est. range of over 300 miles – Premium Extended Range RWD and California Extended Range eAWD.
The 2023 Mustang Mach-E Premium Extended Range RWD has a rear-mounted motor that produces 290 hp and 317 lb.-ft. of torque. It accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 6.1 seconds. The 2023 Mustang Mach-E California Extended Range eAWD adds a front motor that bumps up the system power and system torque to 346 hp and 428 lb.-ft, respectively. In addition to having an all-wheel drive drivetrain layout, it is quicker off the line, hitting 60 mph from rest in just 4.8 seconds.
The 2023 Mustang Mach-E Premium Extended Range RWD and 2023 Mustang Mach-E California Extended Range eAWD share a 91 kWh battery pack that’s chargeable at up to 150 kW (DC). According to Ford’s online configurator, their EPA-est. range figures are 310 miles and 312 miles, respectively. Both cost USD 63,575 (excl. USD 1,300 destination and delivery charges).
Hyundai Ioniq 5
Built on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 includes three trim levels in RWD that offer an EPA-estimated range of 303 miles on a full charge – SE, SEL, and Limited. The 2023 Ioniq 5 SE has a starting MSRP of USD 45,500, while the SEL and Limited start at USD 47,450 and USD 52,600, respectively. These prices are exclusive of freight, tax, title, and license fees.
The 2023 Ioniq 5 is equipped with a 77.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that can be charged from 10-100% in 7 hours and 10 minutes using a 240V Level 2 (AC) charger. Charging from 10 to 80% SoC using a >250 kW charger takes just 18 minutes. A Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor generates 225 hp and 258 lb.-ft. of torque in the RWD version. The top speed of the Long Range Hyundai Ioniq 5 is 115 mph.
Hyundai Ioniq 6
Built on the Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP platform, the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 will be available in America in Standard Range RWD, Long Range RWD, and Long Range AWD variants. Hyundai expects the Long Range RWD variant to deliver a range of 340 miles and the Long Range AWD variant to deliver a range of 310 miles. These variants share a 77.4 kWh battery pack, which can be charged using a 400V or 800V DC fast charger. With the latter, topping up from 10 to 80% level takes just 18 minutes.
The 77.4 kWh battery pack of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 can also be charged using a 10.9 kW AC charger. With this method, a full charge takes 7 hours and 10 minutes.
The Long Range RWD variant is powered by a single electric motor that makes 225 hp and 258 lb.-ft. of torque, while the Long Range AWD variant produces 320 hp and 446 lb.-ft. of torque. The latter takes less than 5 seconds for 0-60 mph sprint.
While Hyundai has not mentioned the pricing of the Ioniq 6, we expect it to cost between USD 45,000-50,000 in the U.S. The electric sedan should start reaching showrooms in a few weeks.
The 2023 Kia EV6 is also based on the E-GMP platform. The 2023 EV6 Wind (RWD) and GT-Line (RWD) variants have a range of up to 310 miles (EPA est.). Their starting MSRP in America is USD 48,700 and USD 52,900, respectively. A 77.4 kWh battery, which can be charged via an 800-volt charger, is standard. The capacity of the on-board charger is 10.9 kW.
Charging the EV6 from 10 to 100% level using an 11 kW AC charger takes 7 hours and 10 minutes. A 10-80% SoC charging session using a 350 kW DC charger takes just ~18 minutes. The Wind RWD and GT-Line RWD variants share a single-motor powertrain that produces 225 hp and 258 lb.-ft. of torque.
The Lucid Air electric sedans is available in various dual-motor AWD configurations, all of which deliver an EPA-est. range of well over 300 miles. In the coming months, single-motor RWD and tri-motor AWD configurations will also join the range. Prices of the Lucid Air start at USD 87,400 and go up to USD 249,000.
In one of the configurations, called Dream Edition Range, the Lucid Air deliveries its maximum EPA-est. range in a ‘Dream Edition Range’ dual-motor AWD variant – 520 miles. However, that configuration is no longer available to reserve.
Now, the best Lucid Air you can get on the range front is the Grand Touring dual-motor AWD variant, which can travel up to 516 miles on a full charge and costs costs USD 138,000. Another noteworthy configuration is the Pure dual-motor AWD, which costs just USD 92,900 and delivers an EPA-est. range of 410 miles.
As for charging, Lucid provides the Air with a 19.2 kW AC charger as standard. Courtesy of its 900V battery architecture, the electric sedan can support up to 300 kW of DC fast charging, with a claimed 300 miles of range possible in just 20 minutes of charging!
The Lucid Air Sapphire Edition’s 1,200+ hp tri-motor powertrain allows it to accelerate from 0-60 mph in under 2 seconds and attain a top speed in excess of 200 mph. Even this high-performance configuration is likely to deliver an EPA-est. range of well over 300 miles.
Priced from USD 74,900 (excl. USD 1,150 destination and delivery charge), the Mercedes EQE is the brand’s most affordable EV that delivers an EPA-est. range of 300+ miles. That’s only possible in the base 350+ (RWD) variant, though, not the 350 4MATIC (AWD) and 500 4MATIC (AWD) variants.
The EQE 350+ has a rear motor that produces 288 hp and 417 lb.-ft. of torque using energy obtained from a 90.6 kWh battery pack. A 0-60 mph sprint takes 6.2 seconds and the top speed is 130 mph. 9.6 kW is the maximum AC charging capacity, and at that rate, charging from 10 to 100% SoC takes 9.5 hours. As for the peak DC charging rate, that’s 170 kW. Fast-charging from 10 to 80% at a DC charging station takes 32 minutes. On a full charge, the EQE 350+ can deliver an EPA-est. range of 305 miles. The 350 4MATIC and 500 4MATIC variants max out at 260 miles.
The Mercedes EQS, the electric alternative to the S-Class, delivers an EPA-est. range of 300 miles in all the normal (non-AMG) variants.
The base 450+ variant has just one motor, which generates 329 hp and 417 lb.-ft. of torque and drives the rear wheels. The mid-level 450 4MATIC variant has two motors, one at the front and one at the rear, developing 355 hp and 590 lb.-ft. of torque. The top-end 580 4MATIC variant sports punchier motors in the same setup, producing 516 hp and 631 lb.-ft. of torque.
Accelerating from 0 to 60 mph takes 5.9 seconds in the EQS 450+, 5.3 seconds in the EQS 450 4MATIC, and 4.1 seconds in the EQS 580 4MATIC. All three have the same top speed – 130 mph. A 108.4 kWh battery pack is standard, with which the EQS 450+ delivers an EPA-est. range of 350 miles, and the EQS 450 MATIC and EQS 580 4MATIC deliver just a slightly lower EPA-est. range of 340 miles.
The peak charging power is 9.6 kW (AC)/200 kW (DC) across the range. Charging the battery pack from 10 to 100% SoC with alternating current takes 11.5 hours. At a DC fast-charging station, a 10-80% charging session can be finished in just 31 minutes. The EQS 450+, EQS 450 4MATIC, and EQS 580 4MATIC cost USD 104,400, USD 107,400, and USD 125,950 onwards, respectively. A USD 1,150 destination charge is applicable to all three variants.
Mercedes EQS SUV
The Mercedes EQS SUV, the high-riding version of the EQS, also delivers an EPA-est. range of over 300 miles. However, that’s only possible in its base 450+ variant, which, to be specific, can travel 305 miles on a full charge.
The EQS SUV 450+ has a single rear motor that produces 355 hp and 419 lb.-ft. of torque. Accelerating from rest to 60 mph takes 6.5 seconds, while the top speed is 130 mph. The motor gets its energy from a 108.4 kWh battery pack, which can be charged at up to 9.6 kW (AC)/200 kW (DC). Charging it from 0 to 100% SoC using an AC charger takes 12.5 hours. At a DC fast-charging station, the charging level can be increased from 10 to 80% in just 31 minutes.
The EQS SUV 450+ costs USD 104,400 (excl. USD 1,150) onwards. Three-row seating is available in the base variant of the EQS SUV optionally, for USD 1,250.
The Nissan Ariya, like the Ford Mustang Mach-E, is available in many configurations. There are four power-electric variants on offer, one of which delivers an EPA-est. range of 304 miles. It has one electric motor, located at the front. This motor produces 238 hp and 221 lb.-ft. of torque using energy stored in an 87 kWh battery pack.
The Nissan Ariya that delivers 304 miles of range is available in a Venture+ trim, which comes with features like dual-zone automatic climate control, passive keyless entry with push-button start, a 12.3-inch fully instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch NissanConnect touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay integration, Android Auto compatibility, and built-in Alexa, and ProPILOT Assist with Navi-link.
The Nissan Ariya Venture+ has a 7.2 kW onboard charger that allows fully charging the 87 kWh battery pack in 14 hours. It supports a maximum DC charging power of 130 kW, and at that rate, charging from 0 to 80% SoC takes 40 minutes. The Nissan Ariya Venture+ costs USD 47,190 (excl. USD 1,295 destination and handling charge).
Polestar has given the 2 a facelift and also re-engineered it with this update. The single-motor configurations have gone from FWD to RWD and the dual-motor AWD configurations have switched from having a front-drive bias to a rear-drive bias.
The 2024 Polestar 2 is available in the U.S. in Long Range Single Motor (RWD), Long Range Dual Motor (AWD), and Long Range Dual Motor with Performance Pack (AWD) variants. Polestar expects the 2024 2’s RWD variant to deliver an EPA-est. range of up to 300 miles and its other two variants to deliver an EPA-est. range of up to 270 miles.
The 2024 Polestar 2 Long Range Single Motor has an 85 kWh battery pack and supports charging at up to 205 kW. It has a newly developed permanent magnet motor that produces 299 hp and 361 lb.-ft. of torque. It will likely cost just under USD 50,000.
Based on an in-house platform, the Rivian R1T pickup is offered to American buyers in the ‘Adventure’ trim with a starting MSRP of USD 73,000. There are four configurations on offer: Dual-Motor AWD + Standard Pack (USD 73,000), Dual-Motor AWD + Large Pack (USD 79,000), Dual-Motor AWD + Max Pack (USD 89,000), and Quad-Motor AWD + Large Pack (USD 87,000). More configurations are coming soon, which we’ve detailed in the main Rivian R1T article.
The most basic configuration’s Rivian-est. range is just 260+ miles. The Dual-Motor AWD + Large Pack configuration’s range, EPA-est. or Rivian-est., isn’t available yet. As for the Dual-Motor AWD + Max Pack configuration’s range, Rivian expects it to be 400 miles.
The Quad-Motor AWD + Large Pack configuration, which is the only one currently on sale and uses a 135 kWh battery pack, has an EPA-est. rating of 328 miles. It’s safe to assume the Dual-Motor AWD + Large Pack and Dual-Motor AWD + Max Pack’s EPA-est. range figures will be higher than that.
The Dual-Motor AWD powertrain provides 600+ hp and 600+ lb.-ft of torque. This version of the R1T pickup can go from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds. The Quad-Motor AWD drive system has a combined output of 835 hp and 908 lb.-ft. It reduces the 0-60 mph acceleration time to 3.0 seconds.
Rivian is building a charging network like Tesla – Rivian Adventure Network. The company plans to install 3,500+ DC fast chargers with an output of 200 kW initially and 300+ kW in the future at approximately 600 sites in the U.S. and Canada as part of this network. Charging the R1T at one of these chargers for 20 minutes can give it a range of up to 140 miles.
Another Rivian charging network under deployment in the U.S. and Canada is Rivian Waypoints. This network consists of Level 2 (AC) chargers. There will be over 10,000 of those charger when the company completes building it. The 11.5 kW Level 2 (AC) Rivian Wall Charger can add up to 25 miles of range per hour.
Like its pickup truck sibling, the Rivian R1S is based on Rivian’s bespoke all-electric architecture and offered in the ‘Adventure’ trim. Currently, customers can choose from three configurations: Dual-Motor AWD + Standard Pack (USD 78,000), Dual-Motor AWD + Large Pack (USD 84,000), and Quad-Motor AWD + Large Pack (USD 92,000). More configurations are coming soon, and we’ve detailed them in the main Rivian R1S story.
Rivian expects the most basic range to deliver a range of just 260 miles. The mid-level configuration’s range, EPA-est. or Rivian-est., isn’t out yet. The top-end configuration, which has a 135 kWh battery pack and is the only one Rivian is selling at the moment, delivers an EPA-est. range of 321 miles. So, the mid-level configuration’s EPA-est. range will likely be higher than that. The charging times are the same as those of the R1T.
The Rivian R1S’ Quad-Motor AWD powertrain generates 835 hp and 908 lb.-ft. of torque. As per Rivian’s website, it allows the electric SUV to go from 0-60 mph in 3 seconds. The Dual-Motor AWD powertrain produces 600+ hp and 600+ lb.-ft. of torque and allows a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 4.5 seconds.
The Tesla Cybertruck will be manufactured at the brand’s Giga Texas plant in Austin (Texas), U.S., with production scheduled to commence in mid-2023. Deliveries should begin the same day as production.
The steel-reinforced truck was originally priced between USD 39,900 and USD 69,900. However, production costs of vehicles, especially high-tech electric models, have significantly grown since 2019, so Tesla could launch it at much higher prices. The company has taken down the original prices from its website anticipating that change. It is still offering prospective buyers a fully-refundable pre-order offer for USD 100, though.
Tesla stated back in 2019 that the Cybertruck can cover over 300 miles of range with a dual-motor setup, with over 500 miles possible with a single-motor setup. While the company hasn’t released any performance figures for the Cybertruck, it’s likely to be quicker to 60 mph than its closest competitors.
Tesla Model 3 Performance
The Tesla Model 3 Performance is priced at USD 53,990 in the U.S. market. With an EPA-rated range of 315 miles, the dual-motor all-wheel-drive system of this compact all-electric sedan enables it to go from 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds* and attain a top speed of 162 mph. Connected to a Tesla Supercharger, the Model 3’s battery can be charged up to 175 miles in 15 minutes.
*With first foot of rollout subtracted
Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S is available in 670 hp Dual Motor AWD and 1,020 hp Plaid Tri Motor AWD variants. It costs USD 94,990 in the range-focused variant and USD 114,990 in the performance-focused variant.
The Tesla Model S Dual Motor AWD has a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 149 mph, and yet, it delivers an EPA-est. range of up to 405 miles.
The Tesla Model S Plaid Tri Motor AWD gets crazier on the performance front, hitting 0-60 mph in just 1.99 seconds* and achieving a top speed of 200 mph. Still, it doesn’t compromise on the EPA-est. range much, as it can travel up to 396 miles on a full charge.
*With rollout subtracted
Tesla Model X
The Tesla Model X, the brand’s first SUV, is available in Dual Motor AWD and Plaid Tri-Motor AWD variants. The sedan equivalent of the Model S costs USD 109,990 and USD 119,990, respectively, in these variants.
With an EPA-rated range of 348 miles and 333 miles, both variants of the Tesla Model X are pretty practical. Speaking of practicality, the Dual Motor AWD variant is optionally available as a six-seater and even as a seven-seater, while the Plaid Tri-Motor AWD variant packs six seats as standard.
The base variant of the Model X has a top speed of 149 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 3.8 seconds. The top-end variant can hit 60 mph in 2.5 seconds, but it can’t go any faster.
Tesla Model Y
The Model Y is the Model 3 on stilts. It’s available in Long Range Dual Motor AWD and Performance Dual Motor AWD variants, for USD 52,990 and USD 56,990, respectively. Both variants have an EPA-est. range of over 300 miles. The base variant can deliver 330 miles on a full charge, while the top-end variant runs out of juice at 303 miles.
Customers wanting more punch can select the Model Y Performance, which can hit a top speed of 155 mph. The 2023 Model Y Performance has a maximum range of 303 miles, while the Long Range Model Y has a maximum range of 330 miles on a full charge. The Performance variant of the 2023 Model Y has a top speed of 155 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds, says Tesla.
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