Top 12 longest-range electric cars 2022 / 2023

by Dec 7, 2022Car buying, Electric cars0 comments

Top 12 longest-range electric cars 2022 / 2023 by Carnex.

Electric vehicles are becoming more popular on Canadian roadways today. EV technology is rapidly advancing, resulting in EVs with significantly longer ranges than those available only a few years ago. While range anxiety is still a concern for potential electric car customers, this is due to “range anxiety,” or the fear that your EV won’t have enough battery charge to complete a trip, which is especially common if you travel long distances frequently. As more charging stations appear across Canada, it is now much easier than ever to drive an electric vehicle, even one with a limited range. 

With gas prices rising in some parts of Canada, it’s time to take a deeper look at the best electric vehicles available in Canada based on expected battery range. The ability to go long distances on a single charge is a critical factor when purchasing an EV. If you want to be certain that you can drive long distances without stopping, the EVs with a long range listed below are the ones to consider.

Here are the top 12 longest-range electric cars for 2022 / 2023.

Mercedes-Benz EQS

Range: 770 km

Starting MSRP: $144,200

The Mercedes EQS sedan is the brand’s first entirely electric vehicle. The cabin of the EQS is luxurious and capacious, with plenty of cargo capacity. The EQS is deserving of the moniker “electrifying luxury automobile,” along with desirable amenities such as comprehensive ambient interior lighting, headrest cushions for front and rear passengers, adjustable back seats with massaging functions, neck and shoulder heating, and an Executive Rear Seat Package. This spacious EV comes with a large 107.8 kWh battery that provides up to 770 kilometers of range. With a DC fast charger, the EQS can recharge 70% of its battery in just 35 minutes, whereas a 240-volt Level 2 charger takes roughly 11 hours.

Tesla Model S 

Range: 637-652 km

Starting MSRP: $64,500

The Tesla Model S is one of the most compelling options in today’s EV market. The Model S Plaid, the company’s ultra-high-performance version, has 1,020 hp and a range of 652 kilometers. No matter which trim level you choose, the Model S has full-time all-wheel drive. With its 1020 horsepower, the Model S Plaid can be used for extended range while simultaneously providing supercar acceleration. The Model S has a spacious rear cargo area and a separate front trunk for extra room. However, even with the advantage of being able to use Tesla’s supercharging at public charging stations, Tesla Model S charging durations are lengthy.

Tesla Model X 

Range: 523 to 580 km

Starting MSRP: $122,700

The Model X, a Tesla SUV known for its Falcon Wing doors, seats up to seven people in its futuristic luxury. The Model X has the highest starting price of any Tesla model currently on the market in Canada. The Variant X comes standard with a battery large enough to sustain the stated 523-kilometer driving range, and charging takes only a few minutes at Tesla’s Superchargers. Tesla sells in-home charging equipment that can be used with either a 240V or 120V connection, which is slower but more convenient for Tesla owners.

Tesla Model Y 

Range: 488–525 km

Starting MSRP: $69,995

The Tesla Model Y is a compact, fully electric mid-size SUV with a range of up to 525 kilometers. The Standard Range variant has rear-wheel drive only, whereas the Long Range and Performance models are both all-wheel drive. The all-wheel-drive Long Range model has a range of 525 km, while the Performance model has a range of 488 km.

The Model Y offers a fantastic combination of driving performance and premium interior design. The Model Y is comfortable and practical, and it can be charged at home or at any roadside charging station.

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Range: 521 km

Starting MSRP: $79,900

The BMW iX SUV delivers similar room and practicality to the brand’s iconic X5, while being built with a modern flair that foreshadows BMW’s electrified future. For its size, the all-electric BMW iX is surprisingly capacious, comfortable, efficient, and agile. The two electric motors give the vehicle all-wheel drive and lots of power (516 horsepower in the xDrive50 and 610 horsepower in the M60), while a massive battery pack provides enough energy for an estimated driving range of more than 521 kilometers per charge.

Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD

Range: 423 to 568 km

Starting MSRP: $73,000 

The Tesla Model 3 is the brand’s best-selling entry-level electric vehicle at an affordable price. The rear-wheel-drive Standard Range Plus model has a range of 423 kilometers. If you pick the dual-motor Long Range model with all-wheel drive, the Model 3 Long Range AWD has a range of nearly 568 kilometers on a single charge. The large Tesla Supercharger network allows for cross-country road trips with this electric vehicle.

Tesla model S

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Range: 434 to 490 km

Starting MSRP: $52,995

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is an electric SUV that pays homage to the Mustang’s performance and sports car pedigree. By designing an electric crossover with aesthetic cues, and a performance-oriented driving attitude inspired by the Mustang coupe and convertible, which are still powered by gasoline, “Mustang” becomes a Ford sub-brand. The Ford Mustang Mach-E is a 5-seater with four trim levels with its powerful style and a maximum driving range of 490 kilometers. The battery pack in the Mustang Mach-E may be recharged at home or on the road at one of the many electric-vehicle charging points.

The Mustang Mach-E all-wheel-drive model with the extended battery has an EPA-estimated range of 434 km, while the Mustang Mach-E with rear-wheel drive and the extended range battery has an EPA-estimated range of 490 km. It is expected to get 100 MPGe in town and 86 MPGe on the highway. 

BMW i4

Range: 484 km

Starting MSRP: $54,990

The BMW i4 is the company’s latest all-electric sedan. The BMW i4 all-electric sports the look of the 4-series Grand Coupe, as well as a battery powertrain and highly calibrated driving dynamics. The more powerful M50 trim level uses dual electric motors to deliver solid all-wheel-drive traction and 536 horsepower. The i4 also offers a 484 kilometers battery range, charges quickly, and is packed with innovative technologies.

Chevrolet Bolt EV

Range: 383 to 410 km

Starting MSRP: $40,195

Chevrolet is now giving its popular Bolt hatchback an SUV facelift. The Chevrolet Bolt EUV is a 5-seater SUV available in two trim levels in Canada. It’s been improved with shared interior, comfort, and feature content updates. The Bolt EV has a combined EPA-rated range of 383 km and a city driving range of 410 km. It is expected to get 125 MPGe in town and 104 MPGe on the highway.

The Bolt EUV includes features that the original Bolt did not, such as a longer wheelbase for more backseat capacity and the option of Super Cruise. This family-friendly compact SUV offers 398 km of driving range on a single charge, equivalent to 115 mpg, while sharing the Bolt’s basic safety features and outstanding value.

Volkswagen ID.4 

Range: 402 km 

Starting MSRP: $47,995

The Volkswagen ID.4 is a small electric SUV that seats five passengers. The Volkswagen ID.4 is a perfect blend of sporty and practical with a long distance range, with a range of up to 400km for rear-wheel drive and up to 386km for all-wheel drive. It’s a typical compact crossover with plenty of cargo and back seat space. Compact crossovers are quite popular because they provide the body style and size that the majority of Canadian consumers desire. The sleek ID.4’s affordable pricing and familiar interior controls provide a compelling reason to join the ranks of EV owners. The Volkswagen ID.4 is expected to achieve 104 MPGe in city driving and 89 MPGe on the interstate.

longest range electric cars

Nissan Leaf S Plus

Range: 363 km 

Starting MSRP: $44,298

For more than a decade, Nissan has continued to offer eco-friendly and practical EVs to consumers with short commute needs and tight budgets. The S Plus has the longest range of 363 kilometers and the most powerful engine at 214 horsepower. The Plus model starts at $44,298 and offers fantastic value given the capacity of its battery range.

Audi e-Tron 

Range: 357km 

Starting MSRP: $59,950

The Audi e-Tron, which made its debut in 2019, is the brand’s first all-electric vehicle and has inspired a spate of electric vehicles. The e-Tron is a mid-size crossover with a distinctive interior and exterior design. The e-Tron, which is speedy and high-tech, has a lot to like. The Audi e-Tron, available as an SUV or a Sportback, combines typical Audi style with zero emissions. When utilized simultaneously, two electric motors provide 355 horsepower and 414 pound-feet of torque. The range of the 2022 e-Tron is 357 kilometers, while the range of the 2022 e-Tron Sportback is 350 kilometers.

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