- Top 20 Electric Vehicles With the Furthest Range (List)
- Top 10 Electric Vehicles With the Furthest Range (Detailed)
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When buying an electric vehicle (EV), range is typically one of the most important factors to consider when deciding on which make and model you want. Nowadays, cutting-edge technology has made it even easier to go the distance with battery powered cars—some offering a little more than 500 miles before needing a charge.
But even if you rarely drive long distances, it can be helpful to know how far your car will take you should the occasion arise. Before driving off in your new car, here’s a list of the ones with the furthest range in 2022.
Top 20 Electric Vehicles With the Furthest Range (List)
This list is specific to cars sold in America and only features the longest-range version in each EV's model lineup. Listed in order of the longest driving range to the shortest, these cars are all current models that you can buy as of February 2022.
Electric Vehicle Make & Model
|2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition R AWD||520 miles|
|Tesla Model S Dual-Motor AWD||405 miles|
|Tesla Model 3 Long Range Dual-Motor AWD||358 miles|
|Mercedes-Benz EQS 450||350 miles|
|Tesla Model X Dual-Motor AWD||348 Miles|
|GMC Hummer EV||329 Miles|
|Tesla Model Y Long Range Dual-Motor AWD||326 miles|
|BMW iX xDrive50||324 miles|
|Rivian R1S||316 miles|
|Rivian R1T||314 miles|
|Kia EV6 Long Range RWD||310 miles|
|Ford Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 RWD||305 Miles|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 Long Range RWD||303 miles|
|BMW i4 eDrive40||301 miles|
|Polestar 2||270 Miles|
|Volkswagen ID.4 Pro||260 Miles|
|Chevrolet Bolt EV 1LT||259 Miles|
|Hyundai Kona Electric SEL FWD||258 Miles|
|Audi Q4 e-tron/Q4 e-tron Sportback||241 Miles|
|Kia Niro EV EX FWD||239 Miles|
Top 10 Electric Vehicles With the Furthest Range (Detailed)
All ranges are based on EPA-estimated figures and pricing information are for the specific trim listed and don't take into account local, state or federal EV tax incentives. You may see a difference in price and driving range depending on the trim you choose.
2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition R AWD
The startup Lucid Motors in California takes the cake for the best electric vehicle with the longest range. The Lucid Air Dream R with AWD claims it can last for up to 520 miles before needing a charge. The model has also received the highest EPA-estimated range of any electric car on the market today, dethroning Tesla Model S. The Air Dream Edition has 933 horsepower with a 118.0-kWh-capacity battery and does 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds.
- Range: 520 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 125/126/125 MPGe
- MSRP: $169,000
2022 Tesla Model S Dual-Motor AWD
The Tesla Model S is an attractive, luxurious and fast electric sedan that uses some of the most cutting-edge technology to keep it running for miles. With a 107.8kWh battery, the Model S is capable of 405 miles of range and is one of the quickest EV sedans on the market with 670 horsepower, going from 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds.
- Range: 405 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 134/141/127 MPGe
- MSRP: $88,740
2022 Tesla Model 3 Long Range Dual-Motor AWD
For something a little cheaper than the Model S (but still with a generous range), Tesla’s Model 3 Long Range offers 358 miles of driving time with a 221-horsepower engine. In general, the Model S is a great EV sedan, but the Long Range takes things up a notch by offering nearly 100 more miles to its driving range. Like most Tesla’s, it’s also fast, going 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds.
- Range: 358 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 134/141/127 MPGe
- MSRP: $45,940
2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS 450
New this year, the 2022 Mercedes-EQS 450 sedan with the lower-level RWD and single-motor is the automaker’s flagship electric vehicle and comes with a 107.8-kWh battery. This luxury sedan from the German automaker boasts a 350-mile driving range and delivers 329 horsepower. Though a bit slower than its predecessors on this list, the EQS 450 goes from 0-60 mph in 5.9 seconds.
- Range: 350 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 95/99/92 MPGe
- MSRP: $102,310
2022 Tesla Model X Dual-Motor AWD
If you’re in need of a car with exceptional range that has more interior space for the family, Tesla’s Model X Long Range may be the car for you. This entry-level EV packs a punch with an estimated 351 miles of driving range with a motor at each axle. Plus, with 670 horsepower, it goes from 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds. Opt for the Plaid trim and you’ll jump up to 1020 horsepower with a Tri Motor and an estimated 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds.
- Range: 348 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 102/107/97 MPGe
- MSRP: $98,940
2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup
The GMC Hummer EV pickup offers 212.7 kWh of usable energy and can go 329 miles on a single charge, according to GM's test data. Weighing in at 9,063 pounds, this 1,000 horsepower all-electric off-roader includes a whopping 2,923-pound battery but is still able to go 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. If you’re in the market for a long-range EV pickup, it beats the Rivian R1T in driving range by 36 miles—though it comes with a much heftier price tag.
- Range: 329 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 47/51/43 MPGe
- MSRP: $99,995
2022 Tesla Model Y Long Range Dual-Motor AWD
Tesla’s Model Y crossover electric vehicle features the same powertrain as the current Model 3 sedan and the Long Range offers 330 miles of range. Going from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, the Long Range is no stranger to speed, but unfortunately it doesn’t handle as well as the Model 3. If you want more power, choose the Performance model which does 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds but loses some distance in its range at 303 miles.
- Range: 330 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 125/131/117 MPGe
- MSRP: $53,940
2022 BMW iX xDrive50: 324 miles
The iX is BMW’s flagship electric SUV and the xDrive50 model with dual electric motors promises 516 horsepower, going 0-60 in 4.4 seconds. It’s spacious interior and length even give the Tesla Model X a run for its money in the SUV department, and at a little bit lower of a price point. With the 20-inch wheels, the xDrive50 can get an EPA-estimated 324 miles of range and drops as you move up to either the 21- or 22-inch wheels.
- Range: 324 miles
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 86/86/87 MPGe
- MSRP: $83,200
2022 Rivian R1S
Rivian’s electric SUV is the automaker’s second EV to launch and includes the same powertrain as the R1T pickup but with a couple extra miles of range with 21” wheels. The R1S off-roader has a 135.0-kWh battery and more than 800 horsepower (for certain models), going 0-60 mph in 3 seconds. It’s worth noting that the automaker is halting production of its electric vehicles equipped with the 180.0-kWh Max battery pack until 2023.
- Range: 316 miles
- Base price: $70,000
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 69/73/65 MPGe
2022 Rivian R1T
Sitting right behind its SUV counterpart, the R1T has an EPA-estimated range of 314 miles for the Launch Edition trim with the 135.0-kWh battery. The pickup also goes 0-60 mph in only 3.3 seconds. To achieve an EPA-estimated 400 miles of range, you’ll need to choose the 180-kWh battery for an extra $10,000.
- Range: 314 miles
- Base price: $67,500
- EPA Fuel Economy combined/city/highway: 70/74/66 MPGe