EVs are slowly getting more viable, cheaper to produce, and wide adoption of electric cars is definitely increasing all across the board.
If you want a serious electric SUV that can transport the whole family and includes some truly fantastic features, you can't go wrong with the Hyundai Ioniq 5. This one takes a completely different approach to styling, with a fantastic retro-modern look that will absolutely turn quite a few heads. The Ioniq 5 doesn't prioritize form over function, However. If you go for the right model, it can go well over 300 miles on a single charge.
The Mini Cooper SE is the first ever battery-powered car to wear the iconic badge, and it's most comfortable in a city environment and doing shorter commutes. Currently, the range tops out at around 114 miles, which is less than half of what most of its competitors can do. But, if your driving mostly takes place in a city, you should be totally fine. Even though it's electric, and therefore heavier, Mini have still managed to retain the go-kart driving feel
The Polestar 2 is the second model to come out of the Volvo spinoff brand, which aims its entire arsenal squarely at Tesla. the 2 is a direct competitor to the Tesla Model 3, and it definitely makes a good case as to why you should opt for this over LA's favorite electric sedan. Polestar 2 is the increased range figure, thanks to the larger battery pack becoming the sole option. It can do up to 270 miles on a single charge, but the more powerful version puts out 408 hp, with a 0-60 time of around 4.5 seconds.
If you want a great EV from Chevy that won't break the bank, the Bolt EUV, is definitely the way to go. The Bolt EUV is a slightly larger, more practical version of the equally bargainous Bolt EV. The styling, once again, is not overly futuristic or daring, just a simple looking family crossover, which a lot of people prefer. Like the Kona Electric, the Bolt EUV also uses a front-mounted 200 hp electric motor, and a 65 kWh battery pack that provides up to 247 miles of range, as well as decent acceleration.
The Kona is Hyundai's subcompact crossover offering, and despite the slightly controversial styling, it has proven to be a solid option in the world of EVs. Every Kona Electric can do 258 miles of range on a single charge, which may not sound too impressive, but you have to remember that it has a single motor and an available 64 kWh battery pack. That single motor also puts out a pretty solid 201 hp.
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