Electric Cars, Trucks and SUVs With the Most Range in 2022 – Newsweek

As electric vehicle technology steadily improves, the amount of miles a vehicle can go on battery power is growing. Gone are the days where consumers were being asked to stomach less than 100 miles of range in order to be on the cutting edge with a new technology.

For models out this year and anticipated releases next year, the ranges are better than ever as battery chemistry advances, aerodynamics improve and charging temperature tolerances increase.

Here are the 20 electric cars, trucks and SUVs that will be on sale in 2022 with the longest ranges.

No. 20 – 2022 Polestar 2

Polestar offers its 2 in single or dual motor formats.

Battery Range: 270 miles

For the 2022 model year, the electric brand owned by Volvo and Geely has increased the range on its Polestar 2 model. Available with a single motor or dual motor, the single motor option along with a 78 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery gives the sedan 265 miles of range on a single charge. Polestar charges $45,900 for that version of the car.

No. 19 (tie) – 2023 Nissan Ariya Venture+

The all-electric SUV joins Nissan’s lineup next year.
Nissan North America

Battery range: 300 miles

Set to go on sale in Fall 2022, the all-electric Nissan Ariya crossover will go to market with four trim levels. The lowest-priced Venture+ front-wheel drive trim, starting at $45,950, gets an estimated 300 miles of range from a 87 kilowatt-hour battery and an AC synchronous motor.

No. 19 (tie) – 2022 BMW i4

Dark accents dominate the exterior of the model.
BMW of America, LLC.

Battery range: 300 miles

The German automaker’s new electric i4 sedan, based on its new flexible EV architecture, can be had with either a single motor or two. The company estimates that the single motor and a 80.7-kilowatt-hour battery nets the driver 335 horsepower. The car has a starting price of $55,400.

No. 19 (tie) – 2022 BMW iX

The BMW iX will come to the U.S. early next year.
BMW of America, LLC.

Battery range: 300 miles

BMW plans to start deliveries of the iX in the U.S. in 2022. With a larger battery pack than its sedan counterpart at 106.3 kilowatt-hours, the base model is rated for 516 horsepower. The iX retails starting at $83,200.

No. 19 (tie) – 2023 Cadillac Lyriq

General Motors is betting big that its 2023 Cadillac Lyric electric SUV will captivate buyers.
General Motors

Battery range: 300 miles

One of the first of many electric vehicles that GM is planning to release over the next 10 years, the luxury marquee’s first EV is due sometime in the first half of 2022. While EPA estimates aren’t available yet, the company is …….


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