Longest-range electric cars from different EV manufacturers available for 2021
With recent acceleration in automakers’ shift from conventional internal combustion engines (ICEs) to electric vehicles (EVs), the year of 2021 has brought a number of long-range electric cars in the market. Let’s have a quick look at some of them….
Tesla Model 3 Long Range: following recent updates, the Model 3 Long Range EV is currently Tesla’s longest range electric car. The latest model of this EV has an EPA estimated range of 353 miles on a single full charge, which is really impressive. As the company’s least expensive electric car, the Model 3 EV quickly become the best selling EV in the company’s history.
Ford Mustang Mach-E CA Route 1 Edition: Next in the list comes Ford’s Mustang Mach-E CA Route 1 Edition EV, which has just started to roll off the automaker’s assembly lines in the United States with a lot of hype. It can cover a distance of 305 miles on a single charge, which makes it the best among the five variations that Ford has either already offered or will offer soon.
Hyundai Kona Electric: South Korean automaker Hyundai’s Kona electric car is one of two all-electric offerings that are currently available on the market for purchase. It got a space on the list because it offers longer range than the Hyundai Ioniq Electric as well as many other EVs available for purchase. According to the EPA, it has a range of 258 miles.
Tesla Model Y Long Range: It is Tesla’s newest EV to debut. Out of the three available trims, the Long Range Model Y offers the best range. According to American agency EPA, it has an estimated range of 326 miles on a single charge.
Porsche Taycan 4S: Porsche’s Taycan e-sports car, which has sold more than 20,000 units since entering the production lines around a year ago, can travel up to 227 miles on a single charge. However, its high price tag of more than $80,000 continues to keep many potential buyers at an arm’s length.
In addition to all those available long-range electric cars, many more anticipated EVs are slated to be delivered at various points this year. The upcoming Tesla Model X Long Range and the Rivian R1T / R1S Launch Edition will also offer ranges of more than 300 miles on a single full charge. However, Tesla’s Model S Plaid+ will steal the show by offering an estimated range of more than 520 miles.