Top 10 Electric Vehicles With the Longest Range

From the entirety of the Tesla lineup to some all-new vehicles on the cutting edge of EV tech, here are the 10 electric vehicles with the longest range.
Written by Cameron Thiessen
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
Jul 20, 2022
Vehicles with some of the longest EV ranges include the Tesla Model S Long Range, the Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+, and three impressive new EV pickups from GMC and Ford. But none of these win out over Lucid’s exciting new EV supercar.
One of the first questions anyone asks about a battery electric vehicle (BEV) is how far can I drive before I have to charge it? And as Tesla rounds the corner of a decade of car production, plenty of vehicle manufacturers are throwing designs into the ring to offer drivers maximum range.
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Rivian R1S

Starting price: $72,500
Range: 316 miles
Rivian is one of the new kids on the block in the world of EV startups, and it’s been getting plenty of attention from car enthusiasts the world over for its powerful futuristic EV trucks and SUVs.
The 2022 Rivian R1S—the SUV alternative to the R1T pickup—is now in its second model year. The R1S’s powertrain consists of four motors, combining for 835 horsepower. This means you can not only drive far off the beaten path, but you’ll also be able to tackle a whole slew of off-road obstacles with ease. It comes with standard adjustable air suspension and a 3.2-second 0 to 60 time.
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Ford F-150 Lightning Extended Range

Starting price: $74,269
Range: 320 miles
Many established American car manufacturers have jumped at the opportunity to develop a future-forward, battery-electric truck. The
Ford F-150 Lightning
was the first of the Chevy-Ram-Ford truck war to emerge as an EV. 
It’s more efficient than the GMC Hummer EV, and its engine produces an impressive 563 horsepower. It barely beats Rivian’s R1T in range but fetches a higher starting price without providing the same level of engine performance.

BMW iX xDrive50

Starting price: $84,195
Range: 324 miles
The first
BMW
-produced, all-electric SUV delivers stunning performance. It really is everything you’d want in a BMW, plus state-of-the-art, battery-powered motors. Not only does the xDrive50 charge from 10%–80% in just 40 minutes, but it also has an exceptional range.
Many BMW-lovers turn to the brand for fun driving experiences, and with 516 horsepower and a 0 to 60 time of 4.4 seconds, fun is always just around the corner.

GMC Hummer EV Edition 1

Starting price: $110,295
Range: 329 miles
The Hummer has seen many forms over the brand’s history, but perhaps the one most indicative of a redemption arc is the newest version—the
GMC
Hummer EV.
A Hummer EV Edition 1 can travel farther than Ford’s F-150 Lightning, and it’s undeniably a whole different animal when compared to other EV pickups. Weighing in at 9,063 pounds, it carries a massive 212.7-kWh Ultium battery connected to an all-wheel-drive (AWD) triple motor drivetrain that combines to produce 1,000 horsepower.
That’s over halfway to matching the 1,914 horsepower produced by the four electric motors and 120-kWh battery in the Rimac Nevera supercar, the highest horsepower vehicle you can buy today.
Of course, the Hummer EV Edition 1 shines most when taken off-road. It’s designed to entertain, and with such an impressive range, you can easily spend a good part of your day ripping up the trails with it. From launching yourself up and down hills to cruising through your favorite patches of mud—this beast can handle it.

Tesla Model Y

Starting price: $60,190
Range: 330 miles
And with that, we’ve reached the first of four Teslas on this list. The
Model Y
is a crossover version of the Model 3, but it doesn’t sport the same Long Range AWD trim as the 3.
As a larger, heavier vehicle than the Model 3—and one that features an optional third row of seating—the base Model Y is the version that gets the best range. Regardless, the Model Y sits at the bottom of the Tesla pack when it comes to range. 
One area Teslas shine: they boast unmatched charging time—primarily because their Superchargers are optimized for charging Teslas. They also best competitors in terms of fuel economy
Tesla's vehicles still use less power than most of the other EVs on this list, despite being able to achieve an industry-defining range.

Tesla Model X

Starting price: $106,190
Range: 348 miles 
The more luxurious and larger
Model X
wins out against the Model Y with an extra 18 miles of range. As with any of these vehicles, you’ll get a longer-range EV with smaller wheels, so the Model X’s range is highest with the standard 20-inch wheels.
The Model X can be considered a significant step up from the Model 3 in pretty much every way, and that step up is represented in its exorbitant price point.

Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+

Starting price: $103,360
Range: 350 miles
The all-new
Mercedes-Benz EQS
electric hatchback luxury sedan deservingly slips its way between the Teslas on this list. While it looks quite a bit like a Model 3, it costs about the same as a Model X.
Its 350 miles of range is certainly nothing to sneeze at. You’ll get this range with the single-motor RWD 450+ trim, proving that you don’t need an overly complex multi-motor EV powertrain to get great range. 
The horsepower output is lower than other vehicles on this list due to its smaller battery, which helps bring down the overall weight of the car. The dual-motor AWD version of the EQS—the 580—loses 10 miles of range but offers much more power and performance ability.

Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD

Starting price: $47,190
Range: 358 miles 
Cutting the price of the EQS in half is the
Tesla Model 3
Long Range AWD. It may be the base-level Tesla, but it’s a force to be reckoned with to be sure.
You’ll get the best Model 3 EV range with the smaller 18-inch wheels.

Tesla Model S Long Range

Starting price: $96,190
Range: 405 miles
For all intents and purposes, the
Tesla Model S
is nearly a proper supercar. It is, after all, one of the fastest sports cars in the world. Tesla claims a 1.99-second 0 to 60 time for the Plaid model, which still gets about 396 miles of range. 
And remember that Hummer with 1,000 horsepower? The Model S Plaid’s triple-motor AWD with torque vectoring has a combined 1,020 horsepower, all while still getting around 100 MPGe.
While 21-inch wheels are available for the Model S (if that’s your thing), they’ll cut 30 to 40 miles off your range compared to the 19-inch wheels.

Lucid Air Dream Range

Starting price: $169,000
Range: 520 miles
Lucid is a new EV manufacturing startup populated most notably by many former Tesla employees, including Tesla’s former CEO, Peter Rawlison, who was the lead engineer of the Tesla Model S.
Not only does the 2022 Lucid Air Dream Range beats the Model S’s top range by 115 miles while still getting better fuel economy, with an EPA city/highway economy rating of 130 MPGe/132 MPGe.
Even the base model, single-motor Lucid Air Pure—which starts at a more affordable $77,400—beats the range of the Tesla Model S, offering 406 miles and maxing out its horsepower at 480.
The Dream Performance Edition also bests the Model S’s horsepower rating, offering 1,111 combined horsepower from its dual AC motors.
What’s more, the Lucid Air can charge up to 300 miles of range in a mere 20 minutes. Is the extra price worth it for this decisive improvement? Realistically, only time will tell. 
The Lucid Air has yet to cement a good reputation for reliability. Doing so could certainly help it establish dominance over the Tesla Model S. 

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