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24 EVs With The Longest Range In 2024

The number of EVs in the States that offer a driving range exceeding the 300-mile mark has grown drastically over the last few years. At the time of writing, more than 25 EVs can drive you further than that on a single charge.

As the number of EVs on the roads keeps growing, manufacturers are investing more money into technology to make them even better. It’s not without reason that EVs are the fastest-growing automotive segment in the world. So, with that in mind, let’s check out the EVs offering the longest range in 2024.

1. Lucid Air Grand Touring: 516 Miles

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The Lucid Air Grand Touring offers a whopping 516-mile range. Owners will never suffer from range anxiety unless they try to hypermile it.

The Grand Touring model does come with a hefty price tag, starting at just over $125,000. If you don’t have that kind of money, the Pure base model starts around $77,000. Those who want more luxury can opt for the $250,000 Sapphire top model with an awe-inspiring 1,234 horsepower. However, none of those models can match the Grand Touring’s range.

2. Chevrolet Silverado EV WT: 450 Miles

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Chevy’s Silverado EV may be a work truck, but it offers the range of a grand tourer. Unlike many other EVs, it can also pull a trailer thanks to its 10,000 lbs towing capacity.

It doesn’t come cheap, and paying over $70,000 for a work truck may not be worth it to everyone. The good thing is that we can expect more versions with different battery sizes and price points at some point in the future.

3. Tesla Model S: 405 Miles

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The Tesla Model S has been around for a long time and used to be lightyears ahead of the competition. While that’s no longer the case, the Model S is still a force to be reckoned with.

The base model comes in around $75,000, which is a lot of money, but considering its range and performance, some EV enthusiasts will call it a bargain.

4. Rivian R1S and R1T Dual-Motor Max Pack: 400 Miles

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Rivian now lets you order the R1S SUV and R1T truck with the Max Pack. Combined with the dual-motor powertrain, these utility vehicles deliver a 400-mile range on a single charge.

If you’d rather have the quad-motor setup, you must settle for the Large Pack for now. It still offers a 352-mile range, which is more than enough for most people’s needs.

5. GMC Hummer EV Pickup 3X: 381 Miles

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The GMC Hummer EV Pickup has proven itself to be very capable both on and off-road and has a 381-mile driving range. Tesla used to be the king of gimmicks, but the Hummer EV also has some tricks up its sleeve. We are, of course, talking about its Crab Walk and Watts to Freedom launch mode, among others.

Obviously, this all comes at a price. If you want the excellent 3X trim, prices start just beyond the $ 107,000 mark. If you don’t want to fork out over $100,000, the 2X is an option (just) and still offers 311 miles of range.

6. Hyundai Ioniq 6 SE RWD: 361 Miles

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The Hyundai Ioniq 6 sedan is an excellent choice if you want to purchase a brand-new EV. It looks great, has a nice interior, is fun to drive, and offers lots of helpful tech.

The SE RWD trim starts at around $44,000 and gives you 361 miles of range. Even if you want the AWD version, you’ll still pay less than $50,000, although the range drops slightly to 316 miles.

7. Fisker Ocean Extreme: 360 Miles

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Henrik Fisker almost revolutionized the automotive world with the Fisker Karma over a decade ago. Unfortunately, that didn’t end well, but Fisker is now back with the Fisker Ocean.

The rebooted Fisker brand launched the Ocean as its first EV, and the Extreme top trim level has a very decent range of 360 miles. It also features dual-motor all-wheel drive that sends it from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and a solar roof, which makes it somewhat unique.

8. Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+: 352 Miles

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The Mercedes EQS sedan is kind of an electric S-Class, but it’s also much more than that. This large, opulent, executive sedan offers plenty of comfort, and there’s no shortage of fancy tech.

The 450+ trim level offers the longest range, but the other trims aren’t far behind. It all comes down to how much you’re willing to pay.

9. Tesla Model 3 Long Range: 341 Miles

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No one is surprised there’s another Tesla on this list. The Model 3 is available in both standard and Long Range configurations. The Standard offers 272 miles of driving range, and the Long Range 341 miles.

Both versions can be had for less than $50,000, partly explaining the Model 3’s popularity. The range difference between the two models is substantial, though, so that’s something to keep in mind.

10. Tesla Model X Dual-Motor All-Wheel Drive: 335 Miles

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The Tesla Model X has suffered from its fair share of issues since it was first released. However, it still offers plenty of driving range. The standard Dual-Motor All-Wheel Drive has 335 miles of range, and it can be yours for just under $70,000.

If you want maximum power and are okay with sacrificing a tiny bit of range, the Plaid model can be had for less than $95,000. An SUV that’ll go from 0 to 60 in under 3 seconds is not to be messed with, and it still provides 326 miles of range.

11. BMW iX xDrive50: 324 Miles

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The new BMW iX is impressive, with superb performance, plenty of comfort, and stylish interior design. If you want maximum driving range, the mid-range xDrive50 is the one to go for, as it offers 324 miles of range.

If performance is your thing, the high-performance M60 will leave the xDrive50 in its dust and still deliver 296 miles of range. Finally, if you want to save money, there’s the xDrive 40 trim, but then you only get 217 miles on a charge.

12. Chevrolet Blazer EV RWD: 324 Miles

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The new Chevy Blazer EV did have some teething issues, but on the plus side, the midsize SUV offers decent range.

The rear-wheel drive Blazer EV comes with a 324-mile range; if you need all-wheel drive, that number drops to 279 miles. We expect Chevy to offer more trims in the near future, so good things might come to those who wait.

13. BMW i7 eDrive50: 321 Miles

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The BMW i7 has one of the finest interiors – it even has a rear-seat theater screen. The i7 is also surprisingly agile while still delivering a smooth driving experience.

EPA estimates that the i7 eDrive50 with 19-inch wheels has a 321-mile range, and other trims and configurations also manage to exceed 300 miles. Even the M70 with 20-inch wheels manages a 274-mile range.

14. Ford F-150 Lightning Extended Range: 320 Miles

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There aren’t many EV trucks available yet, but Ford’s F-150 Lightning may offer the smoothest transition from a fossil-fueled truck to an EV version.

It has more than enough power to do the job its predecessors did, and the ride quality is top-notch. The XLT and Lariat trims have a range of 320 miles with the larger battery. The top-of-the-range Platinum trim manages 300 miles — models fitted with the standard battery offer 240 miles of range.

15. Polestar 2 Single Motor: 320 Miles

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Undoubtedly, the dual-motor version of the Polestar 2 is a better car overall, offering better driving dynamics and performance.

However, if you’re suffering from range anxiety, the single-motor version with 19-inch wheels is the one to go for. With 320 miles of driving range, it’s a solid choice for those who cover long distances and don’t want to spend time charging.

16. Cadillac Lyriq RWD: 314 Miles

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The rear-wheel drive Cadillac Lyriq only offers a marginally longer range than its AWD sibling — 314 miles of driving range vs 307 for the AWD version.

Both versions are great to drive, and the comfort level is as expected from a Cadillac. Price-wise, it’s surprisingly “affordable” considering it is a luxury car, coming in at less than $60,000 – before incentives.

17. GMC Hummer EV SUV 3x: 314 Miles

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The GMC Hummer EV SUV 3x is similar to its pickup sibling mentioned earlier. One thing that separates them is the range. While the truck gets a 381-mile range, the SUV has to make do with quite a bit less.

The Hummer EV SUV 3X top trim comes with 314 miles of range, and the lesser 2X offers 303 miles.

18. Ford Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 Extended Range: 312 Miles

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The Ford Mustang Mach-E is available with different battery and powertrain configurations. If you want the maximum range, the California Route 1 trim with the Extended Range battery is the one to go for.

Buyers also get a decent amount of power with this version, as it comes with all-wheel drive, 311 horsepower, and 427 lb-ft of torque.

19. Kia EV6 Long Range RWD: 310 Miles

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The rear-wheel drive Kia EV6 has a decent 310-mile driving range on a single charge. Thanks to the Hyundai Group E-GMP platform, an 800-volt battery architecture ensures superfast charging.

The Kia is also a very practical vehicle with plenty of interior space. There’s lots of tech, and it’s even fun to drive. What more could we possibly ask for?

20. Tesla Model Y Long Range: 310 Miles

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The Tesla Model Y is a decent EV crossover for the money. Like all Teslas, the Model Y can access the fast-charging Supercharger network. Still, if you want to minimize the time spent waiting for the car to charge, the Long Range is the trim to go with.

The Model Y Long Range comes with 310 miles of driving range, and prices are around the $ 50,000 mark.

21. BMW i4 xDrive40: 307 Miles

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Since it’s based on the gas-powered BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe, the BMW i4 is very approachable for EV newbies.

The i4 also offers a terrific driving range, and just like other Bavarian electric cars, the trim levels found in the middle of the lineup have the longest range on a charge. The xDrive40 comes with 307 miles of driving range, but only if fitted with the 19-inch rims.

22. Kia EV9 Long Range RWD: 304 Miles

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There aren’t many three-row EVs out there, so if that’s what you’re looking for, the Kia EV9 may be the one for you. It also has plenty of helpful technology, comfortable seats, and fancy features. It also uses a lot of recycled and plant-based materials inside.

The rear-wheel drive version of this big SUV can travel 304 miles on a single charge. AWD is available, but the range drops to 280 miles – considering its size, that’s still not bad.

23. Nissan Ariya Venture+ FWD: 304 Miles

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The Ariya is a vast improvement from the Leaf, and it’s available in both front and all-wheel-drive configurations. There are two battery options and various optional equipment available. The range varies wildly depending on how you equip it.

If you want as much range as possible, go for the Venture+ FWD version. For less than $50,000, you get a car that can do 304 miles on a single charge.

24. Hyundai Ioniq 5 Long Range RWD: 303 Miles

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The Hyundai Ioniq 5’s base SE Standard Range trim starts around $43,000, but it only offers 220 miles of range. Going for the bigger battery version increases the range to 303 miles, but the price jumps past the $47,000 mark.

AWD is available and doesn’t add a lot to the price tag; as an added bonus, it comes with even more power. Unfortunately, the range then drops to 260 miles.

Andre Nalin

Author: Andre Nalin

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Andre has worked as a writer and editor for multiple car and motorcycle publications over the last decade, but he has reverted to freelancing these days. He has accumulated a ton of seat time during his ridiculous road trips in highly unsuitable vehicles, and he’s built magazine-featured cars. He prefers it when his bikes and cars are fast and loud, but if he had to pick one, he’d go with loud.

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