EVs With The Longest Range

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Sean is an automotive enthusiast with a background in sports journalism. He is a graduate of California Lutheran University with a Bachelor of Science in Business.

, Automotive Contributor - September 14, 2023
2023 Tesla Model Y

Thanks to advances in technology and a generous mix of plug-in incentives, EVs are making a strong case for consumers. However, if "range anxiety" is giving you doubts, you may be surprised to learn that EVs with the longest range can offer over 500 miles of driving on a single charge.

We've put together a quick rundown of EVs with the longest range in 2023. The figures listed below are based on either the EPA's website or those of the manufacturer. Since pricing and specs can vary depending on configuration, be sure to check out our vehicle research pages for details.

Updated September 12, 2023

EV Model Maximum Range MSRP Pricing
Lucid Air
2023 Lucid Air
516 miles Explore Air Prices
Tesla Model S
2023 Tesla Model S
405 miles Explore Model S Prices
Hyundai IONIQ 62023 Hyundai IONIQ 6 361 miles Explore IONIQ 6 Prices
Tesla Model 3
2023 Tesla Model 3
358 miles Explore Model 3 Prices
Mercedes-Benz EQS-Class2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS-Class 350 miles Explore EQS-Class Prices
Tesla Model X
2023 Tesla Model X
348 miles Explore Model X Prices
Tesla Model Y
2023 Tesla Model Y
330 miles Explore Model Y Prices
GMC HUMMER EV 2023 GMC HUMMER EV 329 miles Explore HUMMER EV Prices
Rivian R1T2023 Rivian R1T 328 miles Explore R1T Prices
BMW iX2023 BMW iX 328 miles Explore iX Prices

What Brands Have The Longest EV Range?

Although Lucid leads the pack, Tesla continues to churn out EVs with consistently impressive ranges. Even after significant price cuts, the Model S is still not exactly an affordable vehicle. While upmarket makes still dominate the range game, manufacturers like Hyundai are making capable EVs affordable to more people.

Shoppers may want to consider what's available when it comes to charging speed. For example, Tesla invested in its own network of "Superchargers" that offer charging stations on popular routes across the United States with faster speeds than what most drivers would be able to get otherwise. Thankfully, more and more automakers are adopting Tesla charging tech in the near future.

Do EVs Qualify For Incentives?

Yes! A federal tax credit worth up to $7,500 can lower the cost of buying an EV. However, since it isn't a rebate, you may not experience the savings until it comes time to file your taxes. Several automakers are using a loophole in the tax guidelines to offer consumers the $7,500 in savings on vehicles that don't meet the eligibility requirements, so be sure to get a quote from your dealer.

Fortunately, state & local incentives can help. For example, the California Clean Vehicle Rebate (CVRP) offers $2,000 in savings on qualifying EVs. Unfortunately, the CVRP is already low on funding, but there are a number of state and local incentives available. While there is an MSRP cap of $60,000, a number of electric car models are still eligible. In addition, the California Clean Fuel Reward offers an extra $750.

Tesla Model Y at supercharger station

Manufacturer incentives usually change monthly, but our ranking of the Best EV, PHEV, and Hybrid Car deals can help you make an informed decision. We also track dozens of advertised lease deals. In some cases, these can actually be among the cheapest cars you can lease.

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Pictured: 2023 Tesla Model Y

, Automotive Contributor

Sean is an automotive enthusiast with a background in sports journalism. He is a graduate of California Lutheran University with a Bachelor of Science in Business.


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