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Which electric cars have the longest range?

Which Electric cars of 2020??

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Yesterday was World EV day,which aimed at turning everyday motorists into electric car buyers. For many potential EV motorists,the biggest concern remains range anxiety,or how far a car will go on a single charge.I’ve done some research and ranked the current crop of electric cars in terms of how far they’ll travel on a single charge.

1.Renault Twizy:–62 miles

Technically, the Renault Twizy isn’t a car,but the little quadricycle is a fun way to travel in the city.There’s seating for two and no need for a specific wallbox installation.The Twizy can be recharged using a domestic socket in 3.5 hours.Once charged, you’ll be able to travel 62 miles before the battery runs out.

Renault Twizy

Renault Twizy

2.Smart EQ:-71.4 to 83.8 miles

The entire Smart range is now battery-powered:-Choose from Forfour, Fortwo Coupe and Fortwo Cabriolet models.With a limited range,they’re hardly long-distance cars,but are capable in the city.Pricey though,with the Fortwo Coupe starting from £17,500 after the government electric car grant.

Smart Fortwo Cabriolet

Smart Fortwo Cabriolet

3.Honda E:-137 miles

I admit,the Honda E is a ‘class act’.But the car will raise eyebrows for some, especially given its price.It manages just 137 miles between charges, and that’s on the smaller wheels."The two elephants in the room are range and price.Those who understand it won’t mind paying a premium. But both factors mean it’s not an everyman EV."Post-grant prices are around £26,500 for the 100kW version, while the 113kW model costs £29,000.Alternatively,finance starts from £249 per month.

Honda E

Honda E

4.Mini Electric:–145 miles

With an on-the-road price of £25,000 (after the grant is deducted),the Mini Electric is cheaper than the Honda E,but the range is a similarly limited 145 miles.A compact 32.5kWh battery has been used to keep weight down,with Mini keen to preserve its famous ‘go-kart’ handling characteristics.

Mini Electric

Mini Electric

5.Volkswagen e-Up!:–159 miles

Volkswagen has updated the electric version of its Up! city car.The new E-Up! has a certified WLTP range of 159 miles.On its website,Volkswagen says 'That’s more than enough to get you from London to Brighton and back’.Indeed, it is.

Volkswagen e-Up!

Volkswagen e-Up!

6.Seat Mii Electric:–160 miles

The Seat Mii Electric is one among UK’s cheapest electric cars.Although it wasn’t designed from the ground up as an electric car,its tiny dimensions make it perfect for the congested city streets. Indeed,up to 160 miles of electric range is more than enough if you don’t stray beyond the urban sprawl.Prices start from less than £20,000.

Seat Mii Electric

Seat Mii Electric

7.MG ZS EV:–163 miles

‘The people’s electric car’,as MG calls it,caused a stir at launch,with the company initially matching the £3,500 government grant for early adopters of its new crossover.It’ll deliver 163 miles on the WLTP cycle, and now costs £25,500 post-grant.Until September 2020, the ZS EV comes with free servicing,a Type 2 charging cable and a free home charger.

MG ZS EV

MG ZS EV

8.Skoda Citigo e-iV:–Upto 170 miles

The new Skoda Citigo e-iV went on sale in December 2019,but was removed from sale in April 2020 due to high demand.“We had lofty expectations for the car and customer demand was exceptionally high.As a result,it sold out quicker than expected,” said a Skoda spokesperson. At the time of writing,the electric Citigo isn’t available to order.

Skoda Citigo e-iV

Skoda Citigo e-iV

9.BMW i3:–182 to 188 miles

If you want a motorsport-style carbon fibre chassis,rear-wheel-drive and 19-inch alloy wheels,an electric car might not be your first choice.But,these are exactly what the BMW i3 offers,along with a range of up to 188 miles.You also get 0-62mph in 7.3 seconds,funky rear doors and the kudos of a premium badge.

BMW i3s

BMW i3s

10.Hyundai Ioniq Electric:–193 miles

The Ioniq isn’t just one model.Instead,Hyundai has built three versions of the same car:-Hybrid,Plug-in hybrid and battery EV.Updated for 2020,the EV has a 135hp motor and a WLTP range of 193 miles.Keenly priced at £31,000(including the grant),it shows the benefits of designing an EV from the ground up,rather than converting a conventional car.

Hyundai Ioniq EV

Hyundai Ioniq EV

11.Audi E-Tron:–193 miles

The Audi E-Tron is a relatively late entry to the EV market for a marque that’s been so openly curious about electric cars in recent years.As well as a WLTP-rated range of 193 miles,you get up to 400hp,and cameras instead of wing mirrors.The £60,000 E-tron marks the start of a 12-car Audi EV onslaught.

Audi E-Tron

Audi E-Tron

12.Fiat 500e:–199 miles

Thanks to its 42kWh battery pack,the all-new Fiat 500e can deliver up to 199 miles of electric range.The hardtop version costs £27,000 after the government grant,while the convertible adds £2,000 to the price.The combination of badge appeal, price and range should ensure the 500e gives bosses at Mini and Honda a few sleepless nights.

Fiat 500e

Fiat 500e

13.DS 3 Crossback E-Tense:–191 to 206 miles

New to the scene is the DS 3 Crossback E-Tense.It packs a 50kWh battery and is good for a 206-mile range.Not bad,but not quite up there with certain Korean rivals.It’s got French style on its side,though.

DS 3 Crossback E-Tense

DS 3 Crossback E-Tense

14.Peugeot e-2008:–206 miles

If the DS3 Crossback E-Tense is a little too flash for your liking,the Peugeot e-2008 is the more sombre-suited alternative.Prices start from £29,000,with the e-2008 providing up to 206 miles of electric range.There are three driving modes,including Sport,which enables the e-2008 to sprint to 60mph in just 8.5 seconds.

Peugeot e-2008

Peugeot e-2008

15.Vauxhall Corsa-e:–209 miles

It might lack the glamour of the Mini Electric and Honda E,but the strength of the Vauxhall Corsa-e lies elsewhere.A 209-mile range from the 50kWh battery pack will take you places the Mini and Honda cannot reach on a single charge.There are three driving modes-Eco, Normal and Sport,with prices starting from around £27,500.

Vauxhall Corsa-e

Vauxhall Corsa-e

16.Peugeot e-208:–217 miles

The Peugeot e-208 is more expensive than the Mini Electric,but its 217-mile range is more impressive.It costs from £26,000 after the government grant,while the top-spec e-208 GT is priced at £30,500.Unlike the Renault Zoe,which was designed as an electric car,the e-208 shares much in common with petrol and diesel 208s.

Peugeot e-208

Peugeot e-208

17.Citroen e-C4:–217 miles

The recently unveiled Citroen e-C4 will be available to order in the autumn.It will be sold alongside the regular C4,which replaces the C4 Cactus in the Citroen range.Prices haven’t been announced,but the e-C4 will deliver up to 217 miles of electric range.

Citreon e-C4

Citreon e-C4

18.Nissan Leaf:–168 to 239 miles

You can buy a Nissan Leaf with up to 239 miles of WLTP certified range.The updated looks are less apologetic and the cabin is much more attractive.The second-generation Leaf feels a major step,then–especially in this new 62kWh guise.The ‘e-Pedal’ makes driving easy,too;braking is often simply a matter of lifting off the accelerator.

Nissan Leaf

Nissan Leaf

19.Audi E-Tron Sportback:–240 miles

The Audi E-Tron Sportback 55 Quattro features a 95kWh battery that’s capable of delivering up to 240 miles of range.This feature-packed electric SUV comes with Matrix LED headlights,21-inch alloy wheels,adaptive air suspension and Audi’s ‘Virtual Cockpit’ display.Prices start from £80,000.

Audi E-Tron Sportback

Audi E-Tron Sportback

20.Renault Zoe ZE50:–245 miles

In the new ZE50 spec,the Zoe can cover 245 miles on a charge.Its interior has been comprehensively updated too,which is very welcome.The Zoe ZE50 costs from £25,500(after the grant) and 50kW rapid charging capability is now offered.

Renault Zoe ZE50

Renault Zoe ZE50

21.Volvo XC40 Recharge:–250 miles

Volvo’s first all-electric car combines a 0-62mph time of 4.9 seconds with an EV driving range of nearly 250 miles.The XC40 Recharge P8 AWD has two electric motors,giving a total output of 408hp.Total battery capacity is 75kWh,and Volvo says the batteries will recharge from zero to 80 percent in 40 minutes.It’s the first of a new range of all-electric Volvos, with the company planning to launch one a year between now and 2025.

Volvo XC40 Recharge

Volvo XC40 Recharge

22.Porsche Taycan:–241 to 256 miles

The German marque’s first EV has a lot riding on it–and a lot to prove.Can EVs be fun?Like, Porsche-level fun?The Taycan is certainly pricey and fast.Depending on the spec,the Taycan will sprint to 62mph in 2.8 seconds with launch control.Prices range from £83,500 for the Taycan 4S to £139,000 for the Turbo S.

Porsche Taycan

Porsche Taycan

23.Mercedes-Benz EQC:–252 to 256 miles

Beating the Audi E-Tron to the punch is the EQC SUV from Mercedes.Packing a 80kWh battery,its 256-mile WLTP certified range is impressive.Prices start at £65,500.Expect a veritable tidal wave of EQ-branded electric models from Mercedes going forward.

Mercedes EQC

Mercedes EQC

24.Mercedes-Benz EQV:–261 miles

Your choices are limited if you’re after an electric MPV,but all that is set to change with the arrival of the Mercedes-Benz EQV.It has gone on sale in Germany, where its 90kWh delivers 261 miles of electric range.Coming soon to an airport run near you.

Mercedes EQV

Mercedes EQV

25.Hyundai Kona Electric:–278 miles

The £30,000 Hyundai Kona Electric 64kWh shows that EVs don’t need much fanfare.It’s a silent revolution,most obviously in terms of its powertrain,but also in terms of hype.It delivers a premium EV range for half the price.You’ll struggle to get more miles-per-pound anywhere else.

Hyundai Kona Electric

Hyundai Kona Electric

26.Kia Soul EV:–280 miles

You can’t accuse Kia of holding back when designing the Soul EV.The original Soul EV had limited appeal,thanks in part to its limited driving range.This new version is a different story,with 280 miles of range making it a realistic proposition for more people.The ‘First Edition’ costs £34,500 after the government grant and comes with plenty of kit as standard.

Kia Soul EV

Kia Soul EV

27.Kia e-Niro:–282 miles

The Kia e-Niro costs around £30,000 and thanks to its 64kWh battery,delivers up to 282 miles of range.As with the Hyundai Ioniq,it offers E-Tron beating range for a budget price.You also get a seven-year warranty.

Kia e-Niro

Kia e-Niro

28.Jaguar I-Pace:–292 miles

The Jaguar I-Pace has the Germans licked for now.Not only did it get to market months earlier,it also offers a superior range.While Audi and Mercedes are talking about closer to 250 miles,Jaguar was there months ago with 292 miles of WLTP certified range.Couple that with 400hp and startling looks and you’ve got a leader in this premium EV class.

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace

29.Polestar 2:-292 miles est.

Volvo’s new electric offshoot has wasted no time producing rivals to Tesla.Like the Model 3,the Polestar 2 is a small executive car.Unlike the Model 3,it has the ride height and stance of an SUV.The car’s 78kWh battery pack delivers up to 292 miles of range,with a rapid charge time of 40 minutes.First deliveries begin in August 2020,with prices starting from £50,000.

Polestar 2

Polestar 2

30.Tesla Model X and Model X P100D:–314 miles

If you need to make six passengers vomit profusely,but with the guilt-free feeling of electric power,a Model X P100D is just the job.The ‘P’ stands for Performance,and means a 100kWh battery pack mated to uprated electric motors.The result is a range of 314 miles.However, a 0-60mph time of 2.9 seconds is the bigger party-trick for this electric SUV.

Tesla Model X P100D

Tesla Model X P100D

31.Volkswagen ID.3 – 340 miles

It might not be the most exciting new electric car,but it’s what the Volkswagen ID.3 can do for the entire industry that’s most intriguing.VW hopes it will have the same impact as the Beetle and the Golf–hence the ID.3 name.And it will be interesting to see if it affects sales of the new Mk8 Golf.Upto 341 miles of range is available,with top-end First Edition cars available from £35,000.

VW ID.3

VW ID.3

32.Tesla Model 3:–348 miles

Tesla’s answer to the BMW 3 series has been lauded by some as the best car on sale: high praise for a car sold by one of the most controversial figures in motoring.Its popularity and appeal is hard to ignore,though.Long Range versions will drive for 348 miles on the WLTP cycle.Coming beyond 2020 will be the Model Y crossover,also based on the Model 3.

Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3

33.Ford Mustang Mach-E:–370 miles est.

The fact that this iconic Ford has gone electric continues to raise a few eyebrows,but the use of the Mustang name makes sense.As does the fact that it’s an electric SUV,because that’s what the world wants.Available with a choice of two batteries and three power outputs,the Mach-E could offer up to 370 miles of electric range.It’s packed with the latest tech,while practicality is guaranteed thanks to a large 402-litre boot and 100-litre ‘frunk’.

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford Mustang Mach-E

34.Tesla Model S – 379 miles

Forgo the need to get ‘Ludicrous’ with your Model S and you can save over £40,000-and gain additional range.The upgraded EV still achieves supercar-rivalling performance too.At present,it goes the furthest on a single charge of any EV,with a WLTP-rated range of 379 miles.

Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S

Which is your favourite EV??Lemme know in the comments😉.

Source:-MSN

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Comments (14)

  • Right now I’d prefer the Tesla Model S not only for maximum range but also the best recharging infrastructure. If recharging stations were plentiful and universal, I’d have the Porsche and if I only needed a city car I’d have the Honda e. But for now my Leaf will do.

      1 month ago
  • Battisda pininfarina, i don't care about the range, neither about the ecology, I'd take this beauty to the track with my diesel powered charger!

      1 month ago
    • Haha.This article is on Range,dude.Still,I too over the Battista,I actually prefer it over the Evija

        1 month ago
  • Kia eniro

      1 month ago
  • How about a purchase price breakdown, £/Mile.

      1 month ago
    • Good idea, but I would make that its own article.

        1 month ago
  • I would buy the Citigo, only for city driving

      1 month ago

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