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In today’s market for new electric vehicles, the range they can go until needing to be charged is rapidly increasing. Just a few short years ago, it was unheard of for an EV to be able to go more than 100 miles on a single charge. Now in 2022, some models can go anywhere from 300 to 500 miles before needing to be charged. What new electric vehicles can offer the longest range without stopping?

2022 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo: 215 miles

With a range that squeaks over the 200-mile mark, the new 2022 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is a perfect option for drivers who need the all-terrain capability with Porsche performance. The most impressive feature of this range is that it can charge using fast-charging thanks to the 800-volt architecture. It can charge from 0% to 100% in just 62 minutes; and 5% to 80% in just 25 minutes.

2022 Nissan Leaf S Plus: 226 miles

a new 2022 nissan leaf, a budget-friendly ev with range perfect for most drivers
2022 Nissan Leaf | Nisan

The Nissan Leaf S Plus is one of the most budget-friendly electric cars on the list, and with a range of 226 miles, most drivers won’t complain. This spunky EV is well-equipped and comfortable and can be perfect for any adventure. Plus, you can utilize 480-volt quick chargers to charge your Nissan Leaf S Plus to 100% in as little as an hour.

2022 Audi e-tron GT: 238 miles

When you want a luxury car with EV performance, the 2022 Audi e-tron GT is the EV for you. This electric family-hauler can impress thanks to all of the features it can offer. With 238 miles of range, you can go further and do more. Like the Porche Taycan Cross Turismo, you can charge it exceptionally fast.

2022 BMW i4 eDrive40: 301 miles

a new new bmw i4 edrive40, an electric car that can offer you excitement and range
BMW i4 eDrive40 | BMW

BMW is widely appreciated by drivers for its ability to create driver-focused cars. The new 2022 BMW i4 eDrive40 is a perfect example thanks to the 301 miles of range. This range can allow you to confidently take longer adventures and not worry about stopping to charge. Plus, it can utilize fast charging to get you back on the road quicker. This electric car can be an all-around great option.

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS450+: 350 miles

Few new electric cars are as unique and luxurious as a new 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS450+. This sedan will offer you a VIP experience inside and keep you on the road between charges for 350 miles! This is outstanding efficiency considering that it can charge from nearly empty to full in just 31 minutes.

2022 Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD: 358 miles

a blue tesla model 3, a family electric car with the range you need
Tesla Model 3 | Tesla

The model that started it all, the Tesla Model 3, is still a front-runner. Even now, the 2022 model is one of the best electric vehicles. With up to 358 miles of range and a large network of charging stations, few drivers will be disappointed in what this EV is ready to offer.

2022 Tesla Model S Long Range: 405 miles

a red tesla model s, a fast ev with an impressive range to keep you on the road
Tesla Model S | Tesla

The new 2022 Tesla Model S is the perfect option if you want a larger electric sedan. This sedan is offered with some of the latest technology to ensure you are getting one of the best possible new EVs around. More importantly, the 405 miles of total range will allow you to take longer trips without having to worry about stopping.

2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition: 520 miles

Lucid is the newest company to focus on EVs solely, and they are topping the list with a ridiculous 520 miles! The new 2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition is a luxurious electric car with a price tag to match. That range is more than many gas-powered cars and on top of that, drivers experience outstanding EV performance. Most importantly, Car and Driver call this the fasting charging EV tested. That’s impressive.

Finding a new EV is important as the automotive industry shifts to electric. More importantly, you want something that can help keep you on the road longer, and these eight models certainly do just that. 


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