The number of electric vehicles and their range continues to expand. As the startup has developed its first production vehicle, there are now Environmental Protection Agency estimations for the Rivian R1T. If you’re ready to make the switch to electric vehicles, there’s a lot more to think about than Rivian. You must ensure that their product line is appropriate for your lifestyle.
Audi -E-Tron-222 miles
Audi’s first purpose-created battery electric road vehicle hasn’t altered much since its introduction in 2019, with only slight adjustments and a few option revisions. However, a mix of software and hardware changes have enabled the electric SUV to get a few more miles out of the 95-kilowatt-hour battery, bringing the total range to 222 miles, according to the EPA.
Audi E-Tron Sportback-218 miles
The E-Tron Sportback has a lower roofline as well as a windswept design that looks coupe-like if you squint. You’d expect that the Sportback’s sportier tune would result in a longer range. However, Sportback’s sportier tuning only gets you approximately 218 miles per charge. It’s also more expensive, starting at $70,195.
BMW i3- 153 miles
The BMW i3 has always had an odd appearance and a price tag of $45,445, but it does provide a few features that no other car in the class can achieve. The most significant of these is the carbon-fiber chassis, which improves stiffness, decreases weight, and looks beautiful on paper. The i3 is clearly intended to be a city vehicle with a short range of up to 153 miles. But it’s easy to find parking and a pleasant area to spend some time in, so we can’t really complain.
Chevrolet Bolt EV- 259 miles
The Bolt EV was the conventional automotive industry’s first true, realistic response to Tesla’s electric behemoths. It’s an inexpensive small hatchback that doesn’t stand out like the i3, and it now has a 259-mile all-electric range, which is an improvement above the 236-mile range it had before. The Bolt has portrayed itself as the fine option to Tesla’s improbable-to-spec $35,000 Model 3 with a base price of just $36,620.
Chevrolet Bolt EUV- 247 miles
The Bolt EUV’s battery pack, as well as electric car chassis, are tucked beneath a somewhat taller and lengthier body than the Bolt EV. According to the EPA, the extra weight and the aerodynamic profile cost electric utility vehicles some range, reducing it to a decent 247 miles. Other reasons to choose the larger EUV comprise its enhanced cargo and the second-row passenger space, as well as the opportunity to get your hands on — or rather, off — GM’s Super Cruise sophisticated driver assistance technology. This summer, the larger Bolt will be released, with a starting price of $38,495.