Tesla is leading the charge when it comes to making electric cars with the longest range.

## Which electric car has the longest range 2020?

Longest Range Electric Cars for 2020

- 2020 Tesla Model 3 Long Range: 322 miles of range.
- 2020 Tesla Model X Long Range: 328 miles of range.
- 2020 Tesla Model S Long Range: 373 miles of range.
- 2020 Rivian R1T: 400+ miles of range.
- 2020 Tesla Roadster: 620 miles of range.

## What is the best electric car for range?

Hyundai Kona Electric

- Tesla Model X, 233 miles. …
- Nissan Leaf e+, 217 miles. …
- Mercedes-Benz EQC, 208 miles. …
- Tesla Model S 75kWh, 204 miles. …
- Audi e-tron, 196 miles. …
- Renault Zoe R135, 192 miles. …
- Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus, 181 miles. …
- BMW i3 120Ah, 165 miles.

## Which electric SUV has the longest range?

Here are the 10 electric cars with the longest claimed range – measured using the WLTP test cycle – currently on sale in the UK.

- Tesla Model X Long Range. …
- Jaguar i-Pace. …
- Kia e-Niro. …
- Hyundai Kona Electric. …
- Mercedes-Benz EQC. …
- Audi e-tron. 239-mile range (WLTP) …
- Nissan Leaf e+ 239-mile range (WLTP) …
- BMW i3. 193-mile range (WLTP)

## How much does it cost to fully charge an electric car?

If electricity costs $0.13 per kWh and the vehicle consumes 33 kWh to travel 100 miles, the cost per mile is about $0.04. If electricity costs $0.13 per kilowatt-hour, charging an EV with a 200-mile range (assuming a fully depleted 66 kWh battery) will cost about $9 to reach a full charge.

## How far can a Tesla go at 70 mph?

289 miles

## How Long Will electric cars last?

The battery on an electric car is a proven technology that will last for many years. In fact, EV manufacturers guarantee it. Nissan warrants that its electric car batteries will last eight years or 100,000 miles, for example, and Tesla offers a similar guarantee.

## Do you really save money with electric cars?

The fuel cost savings

If you do an internet search for electric car savings, the vast majority of hits will be the savings on fuel cost. This makes sense in that you will probably pay more for the EV and expect to make it back by fuel savings. In all but a few extreme cases, fuel costs will favor EVs.

## What is the best affordable electric car?

Affordable Electric Cars

- 2020 Tesla Model 3. The 2020 Model 3 is a remarkably sporty electric car with a healthy amount of space for its small footprint, plus an interior that pushes the definition of “modern.” …
- 2020 Kia Niro EV. …
- 2020 Hyundai Kona Electric. …
- 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV. …
- 2020 Nissan Leaf.

## What is the best electric car for long distance driving?

Top 10 electric cars by mileage

- Volkswagen ID. …
- Tesla Model 3 Long-range. …
- Polestar 2. …
- Skoda Vision IV. …
- Jaguar I-Pace. …
- Kia e-Niro 64kWh. Manufacturer’s official range in miles: 282. …
- Mercedes-Benz EQC. Manufacturer’s official range in miles: 280. …
- Hyundai Kona Electric 64kWh. Manufacturer’s official range in miles: 279.

## Are electric cars good for road trips?

Best of all, you can take a road trip in just about any car – yes, even in an electric vehicle. You might assume that the need for electric car charging stations could derail your travel plans, but that idea couldn’t be further from the truth.

## Which Tesla has longest range?

Model S Long Range Plus

## Can you leave an electric car charging overnight?

It is completely safe to leave an electric vehicle charging (or plugged-in) overnight. In fact, charging at night allows you to take advantage of off-peak electrical hours so you can get your car charged for cheaper.

## Should I charge my electric car every night?

For most of us, a few times a year. That’s when you’d want a rapid charge of under 45 minutes or so. The rest of the time, slow charging is just fine. It turns out most electric-car drivers don’t even bother to plug in every night, or necessarily to fully charge.1 мая 2019 г.

## Are public charging stations free?

Public Charging Costs

Many people charge their electric car at public charging stations. They can be free, pay-as-you-go or subscription-based, with prices set by networks or property owners.