There are more electric vehicles on the market than ever before.
I've tested close to 30 of them, ranging in price from under $20,000 to more than $2 million.
Here's what I thought of each.
There are more electric vehicles on the US market than ever before, and I've tested close to 30 — ranging from unattainable luxury cars to bargain-bin commuters. Some, I'd buy in a heartbeat. Others, not so much.
Trying to decide which is best for you? Here's what I thought of each.
Audi RS E-Tron GT
The Audi E-Tron GT is a four-door speed demon that hits 60 mph in just over three seconds and looks badass while doing it. The RS version kicks things up a notch.
Look past its shocking looks and you'll be delighted by the BMW iX SUV's swanky interior and neck-snapping acceleration.
Chevrolet Bolt EUV
Looking for a budget-friendly electric SUV? The Chevy Bolt EUV is an excellent choice.
This weird three-wheeler promised to revolutionize urban transportation and pizza deliveries, but its life was cut short by a recall and you can't buy them anymore.
Ford F-150 Lightning
Ford Mustang Mach-E
The Ford Mustang Mach-E's sleek design and quick acceleration should silence the haters who say it isn't a real Mustang.
GMC Hummer EV
The Hummer EV truck's removable roof, flashy in-car graphics, and crab-walking abilities make it feel like a giant toy.
Hyundai Ioniq 5
Sorry, Tesla Cybertruck. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is an edgy, retrofuturistic electric vehicle you can actually buy.
The Kia EV6 is the Ioniq 5's more fun-to-drive cousin.
Kia EV6 GT
Yes, in 2023 you can go zero to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds in a Kia. The Kia EV6 GT, to be exact.
Kia Niro EV
The Kia Niro EV is perfect for people who want an EV that's more subtle and traditional than a Tesla.
With mind-bending acceleration, 446 miles of range, and spaceship-like looks, the Lucid Air Grand Touring Performance is one of the most impressive cars I've ever driven. That'll cost you around $150,000, but the base model comes in at $82,400
Mercedes-Benz EQB SUV
The compact Mercedes EQB SUV excels in luxury but lacks the novelty and range of other EVs.
The iconic Mercedes S-Class sedan, a favorite of business executives and world leaders, has gone electric. Slip inside the Mercedes EQS for a cushy ride and, if you pay extra, a 56-inch "Hyperscreen."
Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV
The Mercedes EQS SUV brings all the class and comfort of the EQS sedan in a more spacious package.
The new Nissan Ariya SUV proves that more than a decade after the Leaf, this EV pioneer is still able to compete with the best models from Tesla and others.
Although the aging Nissan Leaf hatchback doesn't have the range or charging speeds to keep up with modern offerings, its $28,000 starting price is tough to beat.
You may not have heard of Polestar yet. But you will. The Polestar 2 sports a minimalist interior, a wonderful Google operating system, and distinctive styling that's somewhere between a sedan and a small SUV.
Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo Turbo S
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo marries sports-car quickness and handling with a hatchback shape that's roomy enough for the kids.
Rivian's groundbreaking truck is packed with snazzy tech and built for all the outdoorsy activities your heart desires.
Rivian's SUV swaps the R1T's bed for a huge cargo area and a third row of seats.
The British brand known for making some of the world's most luxurious cars has done it again. But the Rolls-Royce Spectre is even quieter and smoother than those that came before.
Tesla Model Y
The Tesla Model Y is the world's best-selling EV for a reason: It offers up unparalleled in-car tech, solid range, a spacious interior, and speedy acceleration.
The Toyota BZ4X, the Japanese automaker's first modern EV, looks the part, but falls short in range and charging times.
Do you love or hate your Tesla or other EV? Never going to buy an electric car? Contact me with your thoughts about EVs: email@example.com
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