Electric cars make up a small percentage of the total automotive market in the summer of 2020, with their appeal continuing to grow as the automakers expand their range, performance, and style—and as recharging becomes quicker and easier.
People looking for clean energy driving now have a large list of vehicles to choose from, with a wide variety of styles and several different price points.
To make it easy on you, we’ve compiled them all in one place and listed them in order of their combined MPGe ratings from the EPA. We’ve also included each one’s city and highway figures, too, for good measure.
So, Let’s start!
2020 Porsche Taycan — 69 MPGe
After years of teasing, Porsche’s new Taycan is the brand’s first electric car, as well as the first real head-to-head rival for the popular Tesla Model S. sadly The four-seat sedan, is also the most expensive and least efficient car on this list, but its desirability is off the charts thanks to extreme performance, sexy design, and a luxurious interior.
Currently, every Taycan features all-wheel drive and two powerful electric motors. Porsche offers three models—the 522-hp 4S, the 670-hp Turbo, and the 750-hp Turbo S—but don’t let those names throw you. The Turbo and Turbo S aren’t actually turbocharged like the brand’s gas-powered models, such as the Panamera Turbo and 911 Turbo S.
Again, every Taycan is strictly battery powered. The Taycan 4S has an EPA-rated range of 203 miles, while the Turbo and Turbo S offer a little less.
- Base price: $105,150
- EPA fuel economy, combined/city/highway: 69/68/71 MPGe
- EPA combined range: 203 miles