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Top 10 EV Cars with the Longest Mileage

Top 10 EV Cars with the Longest Mileage

A major challenge for a greater EV adoption is how far it can go on a single charge. The fear of running out of power in the middle of a journey and not being able to find a charging point nearby, or known as EV range anxiety, becomes a major stumbling block to EV adoption.

How Do I Deal with EV Range Anxiety?

Fortunately, there are several ways to avoid it, such as installing an EV charger in the comfort of your home or workplace. EVSOL Energy can be trusted for your EV charger installation and upgrade. With over 10 years of installation experience, we will make sure you feel well taken care of. We can also assist you in choosing the most suitable EV charger for your driving needs, ensuring it’s safe and efficient.

For those who are thinking of getting an EV but are having an EV range anxiety, here are our top 10 long-range EVs that you can consider!

Top 10 Long Range Electric Cars

Photo provided by: Tesla.com

1. Tesla Roadster

      • Battery: 200 kWh
      • Top Speed: 201 km/h (125mph)
      • Range: 1000 km
      • Cost: CAD$257,000
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 20 - 40 hours
          • Level 2: 8 - 12 hours
          • Level 3: 15 - 25 minutes

Tesla Roadster is the world’s fastest car with a top speed of over 250mph (400+km/he) and a 60-mph of 1.9 times. It also has a quarter-mile time of 8.8 seconds. It has the world’s longest electric range.

Photo provided by: Tesla.com

2. Tesla Cybertruck

      • Battery: 200 kWh
      • Top Speed: 210 km/h (130mph)
      • Range: 804 km
      • Cost: CAD$53,009
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 20 - 40 hours
          • Level 2: 8 - 12 hours
          • Level 3: 15 - 25 minutes

Here is another EV from Tesla with a different class of speed, strength, and versatility. Its low centre of gravity and powerful drivetrain provide tremendous traction control and torque – enabling acceleration.

Fun fact, it also has a Tesla armour and a nearly impenetrable Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel exoskeleton. It has over 14,000 pounds of towing power and can adapt to any situation!

Photo provided by: Greencarreports.com

3. Mercedes EQS

      • Battery: 107.8 kWh
      • Top Speed: 210 km/h (130mph)
      • Drive Layout: Rear-wheel
      • Range: 780 km
      • Cost: CAD$144,200
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 24 hours
          • Level 2: 12 hours
          • Level 3: 31 minutes

Mercedes EQS – 485 miles is one of the longest-range electric cars. Its low drag coefficient makes it slip through the air efficiently.

It also has an unmatched interior quality with cutting-edge technology for occupant’s comfort.

Photo provided by: Tesla.com

4. Tesla Model S Plaid

      • Battery: 100 kWh
      • Top Speed: 322 km/h (200mph)
      • Drive Layout: Rear-wheel
      • Range: 637 km
      • Cost: CAD$168,610
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 20 - 40 hours
          • Level 2: 8 - 12 hours
          • Level 3: 15 - 25 minutes

Model S Plaid is one of the highest-performing sedans ever built. Its quick acceleration and long range make it unrivalled. All Model S powertrains, with updated battery architecture, can make back-to-back, consistent ¼ mile runs.

What’s more? It has the lowest drag on earth with 0.208 Cd, which shows it’s designed for speed and range efficiency. That makes it glide through contrary forces air drag force) easily.

Its lower performance model, equipped with a dual-motor powertrain, has a 652 km estimated range. Besides, it has a floor-mounted battery pack, automatic emergency braking, and a high-strength architecture for low rollover risk and high occupant protection.

Photo provided by: Topgear.com

5. Ford Mustang Mach-E

      • Battery: 88 kWh
      • Top Speed: 180 km/h (130mph)
      • Drive Layout: Rear-wheel
      • Range: 340 - 483 km
      • Cost: CAD$51,495
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 58 hours
          • Level 2: 5 - 10 hours
          • Level 3: 45 minutes

Ford Mustang Mach-E puts up a good fight against Tesla’s range supremacy, but that’s how far it gets. If you’re in for luxury, this is it.

Photo provided by: Carmagazine.co.uk

6. Volkswagen ID.3 Tour

      • Battery: 77 kWh
      • Top Speed: 160 km/h (99mph)
      • Range: 547 km
      • Cost: CAD$39,000
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 21 - 36 hours
          • Level 2: 6 - 12 hours
          • Level 3: 45 minutes

Volkswagen’s ID.3 is one of the most affordable long-range electric cars. Its long-range “Tour” version provides about 295 miles range on a single charge. It also has three different battery options to suit your needs.

Photo provided by: Motortrend.com

7. Tesla Model 3 Long-Range

      • Battery: 82 kWh
      • Top Speed: 233 km/h (145mph)
      • Range: 568 km
      • Cost: CAD$63,610
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 20 - 40 hours
          • Level 2: 8 - 12 hours
          • Level 3: 15 - 25 minutes

When it comes to luxury and comfort, this comes first. It’s designed around the driver. However, the car’s automatic features do not make it autonomous. It requires the driver’s active supervision.

Photo provided by: Topgear.com

8. Skoda Enyaq IV

      • Battery: 77 kWh
      • Top Speed: 160 km/h (99mph)
      • Range: 420 km
      • Cost: CAD$51,048
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 27 hours
          • Level 2: 9 hours
          • Level 3: 45 minutes

Available from Spring 2021, Skoda’s first fully electric SUV offers 62 kWh and kWWh battery variants.

The Skoda Enyaq IV is also capable of rapid charging up to 125 kW. That results in a 10 - 80% charge in 38 minutes. However, the maximum standard rate is 50kW.

Photo provided by: Topgear.com

9. Jaguar I-Pace

      • Battery: 90 kWh
      • Top Speed: 200 km/h (124mph)
      • Range: 377 km
      • Cost: CAD$99,800
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 53 hours
          • Level 2: 4 - 9 hours
          • Level 3: 40 minutes

The Jaguar I-Pace is a premium SUV with amazing acceleration, styling, and technology. It also rivals some of Tesla's long-range models.

Photo provided by: Insideevs.com

10. Polestar 2 Long Range

      • Battery: 78 kWh
      • Top Speed: 205 km/h (127mph)
      • Range: 375 km
      • Cost: CAD$49,900
      • Charging Time
          • Level 1: 34 hours
          • Level 2: 7 - 11 hours
          • Level 3: 40 minutes

Polestar 2 Is an upgrade to its earlier hybrid version --- Polestar 1. It’s fully electric and has been available since August 2020. It combines an attractive look with great performance.

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