If your thought of what electric vehicles look like is a new version of the Toyota Prius, think again. While there are some EVs that are rather boring to look at, (Nissan Leaf and Chevy Bolt EV we’re looking at you) there are several new electric cars that give you attractive styling and more capabilities than what came with the dawn of hybrids. Let’s take a look
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is pretty cool
The latest electric vehicle to come out of Hyundai is the first to ride on a dedicated platform. The Ioniq 5 is a cross between a hatchback and a small SUV with lots of room and an interesting style. Along with good looks, the Ioniq 5 offers 303 miles of driving with the base RWD platform.
Among electric vehicles, the Ford F-150 Lightning is one of the most popular
Ford hit the nail on the head with their first electric truck. The F-150 Lightning has good power for the job site, extra cargo room in the front, and the truck qualities you want. This truck gives you 320 miles of driving and up to 10,000 pounds of towing. There’s nothing boring about a truck that can handle everything you throw at it.
The Porsche Taycan is as sporty an EV as you can find
According to Jalopnik, the least boring electric vehicle you’ll find is the Porsche Taycan. This amazing EV has the look and style that offers you true Porsche dynamics while using only electricity for your drive. This sporty EV brings you up to 227 miles of driving, which means lots of fun for you.
The GMC Hummer EV is an off-road electric champion
If your idea of fun is to head out on some trails or through a dry lakebed, the GMC Hummer EV is the electric vehicle you’ll want to drive. This big and powerful truck gives you 329 miles of driving and the Crab Walk Mode that helps you go everywhere.
Sporty hatchback electric vehicle style in the Kia EV6
Kia transformed from a bargain brand into one filled with sporty and dynamic vehicles. The EV6 rides on the same platform as the Ioniq 5 to offer excellent interior space and the right style. Charge up the batteries and drive for up to 310 miles with this fun and active Kia EV.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E provides a new take on a classic name
The Mach-E version of the Ford Mustang is an SUV and it’s powered by electricity. For purists, these are two marks against it. Strangely, those same purists start smiling when the drive begins. The Mach-E offers impressive style and great driving dynamics. Car and Driver tells us the driving range is 305 miles, giving you hours of driving fun on the road.
BMW style shines through in the i4 electric vehicle
It doesn’t look much like an electric vehicle, but the BMW i4 is styled right and delivered with the quiet electric drive that’s never boring. Armed with 301 miles of driving with a full charge and you’ll carve up the corners and deliver the driving fun you admire about the BMW brand.