The 20 Most Long Range Electric Cars for 2020

Most Long Range Electric Cars

The latest trend in automotive technology is the further development of all-electric cars. These vehicles are a response to the delicate condition of the planet and the issues that have been caused by pollution from toxic emissions from fossil fuels. The popularity of these cars had previously been hindered by the short-range that they had to offer on a full charge. Automakers have been doing the research and developing electric systems that will propel vehicles yet further with each passing year. Here are the 20 most long-range electric cars that are set to hit the market for the year 2020.

20. 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge

2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge

Range: 200 miles per full charge

The 2021 model of Volvo’s XC40 Recharge will be available for 2020 with an estimated 200-mile range on a full charge. This is a crossover in a fully electric version that will offer an amazing 408 horsepower along with 487 lb-ft of torque. This explains why the miles are so low in between charge, but it will deliver high on power for an all-electric vehicle.

19. 2020 Volkswagen ID 4

2020 Volkswagen ID 4

Range: 200 miles per full charge

Tied with the Recharge is Volkswagen’s ID 4 in an all-electric crossover version. It gets a bigger battery pack than the hatchback version. We’ve heard rumors that the interior and exterior design has received a tweak. The automaker has offered that the handling characteristics of this car are going to be comparable to that of the Golf GTI.

18. 2020 Mercedes EQC

2020 Mercedes EQC

Range: 220 miles per full charge

The Mercedes EQC is an all-electric crossover vehicle that may have an exterior that doesn’t fit in with the typical Mercedes aesthetic, but once you open the doors and experience the luxurious interior you’ll feel right at home. It will feature ambient lighting, a wide touchscreen, luxurious seating, and more. When it comes to performance, expect 402 horsepower along with a massive 564 lb-ft of torque for excellent acceleration and power.

17. 2020 Audi e-tron

2020 Audi e-tron

Range: 204 miles per full charge

Price: $76,000-$88,000

The new Audi e-tron for 2020 didn’t quite make its intended range of 225 miles as expected and came in at 204, but it still took the lead over Tesla’s vehicle with increased spaciousness and a bit more luxury. The build quality is arguably superior to its competition and it comes with fast-charging capabilities through Electrify America. It will be available in a fully-loaded Prestige version for the upper end of the price scale.

16. 2020 Mercedes EQC

2020 Mercedes EQC

Range: 220 miles per full charge

The Mercedes EQC is an all-electric crossover vehicle that may have an exterior that doesn’t fit in with the typical Mercedes aesthetic, but once you open the doors and experience the luxurious interior you’ll feel right at home. It will feature ambient lighting, a wide touchscreen, luxurious seating, and more. When it comes to performance, expect 402 horsepower along with a massive 564 lb-ft of torque for excellent acceleration and power.

15. 2020 Jaguar I-Pace

2020 Jaguar I-Pace

Range: 234 miles per full charge

Price: $70,000-$90,000

The new Jaguar I-Pace for 2020 claims 234 miles on in between charges in its electric model. The new EV is a true luxury car offering dual electric motors at each axle, offered in AWD with the power plant equivalent of 394 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque for rapid acceleration that will move the vehicle from zero to 60 mph in just 4 seconds. It’s luxurious but rugged enough to take off the road for some light duty off the beaten path.

14. 2020 BMW IX3

2020 BMW IX3

Range: 210-240 miles per full charge

Price: $TBA

The new IX3 is the automaker’s first-ever EV crossover vehicle. The new X3 EVs are set to launch in 2020 with timing for sale in the United States still to be announced. BMW has some exciting plans for the future and by the year 2025, they’re expecting to add about a dozen new all-electric vehicles to their lineup of new cars.

13. 2020 Kia Soul EV

2020 Kia Soul EV

Range: 243 miles per full charge

Price: $TBA

The 2020 Kia Soul EV ties with Jaguar’s I-Pace with its moderate range on a full charge. It’s coming out with a new sleek redesign that gives it a futuristic aesthetic. The electric powertrain is an innovation that has received the tweaks that give it more than double the mileage per full charge, up to 243 miles from its previous 111. It’s come a long way, but the expected selling price has not yet been released.

12. 2020 Porsche Taycan

2020 Porsche Taycan

Price: $186,000

Range: 250 miles per full charge

The new Porsche Taycan that will be available in 2020 has already been compared to the 911 model with its power and appearance. There will be a few models of this car to choose from including the super-powered Taycan Turbo S that offers 751 horsepower with 774 lb-ft of torque when shifted into its over-boost mode. For normal driving, it dishes out 617 horsepower

 

11. 2020 Hyundai Kona Electric

2020 Hyundai Kona Electric

Range: 258 miles per full charge

Price: $38,000-$46,000

The new Kona Electric is a crossover from the brand that is hard to beat when it comes to affordability. The new electric will feature the spaciousness and refined cabin of the gas model with the option of battery power. The design team took the liberty of installing the electric plug for the Kona in the grille so it’s hidden from view until it’s needed. The horsepower is just 201 with 291 lb-ft of torque, but it will move from zero to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds.

10. 2020 Polestar 2

2020 Polestar 2

Range: 275 miles per full charge

Price: $63,000

The new Polestar 2 will come out for 2020 with a sleek design with electric motors in the front and the rear. The claimed output in horsepower will be 400 with 487 lb-ft of torque that will propel the car from a standstill to 60 mph in fewer than 5 seconds. You’ll see the Volvo design cues on the interior with an ample sized Sensus screen at the mid dashboard.

9. 2020 Kia e-Niro

2020 Kia e-Niro

Range: 282 miles per full charge

$36,495

The new Kia e-Niro doesn’t come in far behind the I-Pace offered by Jaguar when it comes to range, but the nearly $30,000 price difference sets them apart. It’s considered to be one of the best values for the cost wtih a decent mileage capability. The Niro will offer 201 horsepower. This vehicle has become so popular in the UK that 2019 models quickly stacked up a waiting list that extends into the current year.

8. 2020 Chevrolet Bolt

2020 Chevrolet Bolt

Range: 259 miles per full charge

Price: $38,000-$45,000

The new Chevy Bolt offers a hair better mileage than the Kona for comparable costs at the dealership. This small hatchback features a spacious interior with an excellent infotainment system offering Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. It also comes with fast-charging capabilities with home charging stations available.

7. 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC

2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC

Range: 259 miles per full charge

Price: $66,720

The new Mercedes EQC is an SUV that is offered in an all-electric version that comes across as being an understated vehicle but it possesses the aesthetic and luxuriousness of the Mercedes-Benz DNA. The mileage range is in line with the price which is in the middle and moderate zone for an all-electric luxury SUV. This is a heavy car with a hefty curb weight but it will move from zero to 62 mph in 5.1 seconds in restrained mode.

6. 2020 Tesla Model Y

2020 Tesla Model Y

Range: 300 miles per full charge

Price: $48,200

Tesla’s Model Y is their all-electric compact crossover that the brand has high hopes for as its top seller. For a compact, it’s impressive that this vehicle will be offered in configurations that will seat between five to seven passengers. The automaker claims that the performance edition will move from zero to sixty in just 3.5 seconds, but be prepared to sacrifice the mileage for this extra boost of power.

5. 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E

Range: 300 per full charge

Price: $TBA

The new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E will be offered for sale in 2020. It’s just one of Ford’s new line of EVs and the automaker is claiming that the vehicle will get up to 300 miles on a single charge. It really depends on which trim model you go with though because the performance model will only get around 210 miles on a full charge. Although the information hasn’t been offered about the performance model, we’re assuming that it will come packed with plenty of power and fast acceleration.

4. 2020 Tesla Model 3

2020 Tesla Model 3

Range: 310 miles per full charge

Price: $49,000-$56,000

The new Tesla Model 3 will be offered at a price that is about half of it’s more upscale models, the Model S and the Model X, and it will be offered in three trims. The maximum performance and range reach up to 310 miles and all are offered in AWD. For the standard trim the range peaks at 310 miles with acceleration from zero to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds but if you want increased power from zero to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds, expect the mileage to peak at 240 on a full charge in the Performance model.

3. 2020 Tesla Model X

2020 Tesla Model X

Range: 325 miles per full charge

Price: $85,000-$105,000

Tesla’s Model X for 2020 is the Model S in an SUV format that claims an amazing 325 miles on a full charge. Although the standard X version isn’t as peppy as the Model S, it will go from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. The Performance model of this vehicle will have a range of 305 miles on a full charge and it will achieve 60 mph from a standstill in just 2.7 seconds which isn’t bad for an SUV on electric power. The new Model X for 3020 comes with Ludicrous Mode which is an acceleration boost system. Each Model X will come equipped with AWD and Falcon Wing Doors ad will seat up to 7 persons.

2. 2020 Tesla Model 3 Long Range

2020 Tesla Model 3 Long Range

Range: 348 miles per full charge

Price: $45,490

The new Model 3 Long Range is an all-electric car that takes previous versions offering 254 miles all the way to 348. This shows us that Tesla isn’t fooling around when it comes to research and development of their EV lineup. It also offers plenty of power with acceleration that takes you from a standstill to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 145 mph. It also comes in a performance edition that takes the mileage down to 329 miles, which isn’t bad and offers acceleration from zero to 60 in a mere 3.2 seconds.

 

1. 2020 Tesla Model S

2020 Tesla Model S

Range: 370 miles per full charge

Price: $100,000

The 2020 Tesla Model S is going to hit the market for 2020 with an attractive range on a single electric charge. It now boasts a whopping 370 miles. There are two models that are available including the standard and the performance model which has tremendous acceleration moving from zero to 60 mph in a mere 2.4 seconds. Of course, for the extra boost of power, you sacrifice a bit of the range reducing the top mileage to 345 miles on a full charge. Along with this, both of the models offer all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension.


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