12 electric vehicles with more than 300 miles of range available in 2021

2021 will be a good year for electric vehicles, and for the first time, there will be at least a dozen electric vehicles available with over 300 miles of range. E For Electric has taken the time to list them all and even noted vehicles that have different trims with different range ratings.

Host Alex Guberman points out at the start that Toyota makes an electric vehicle that has over 400 miles of range, the Mirai. However, this electric vehicle happens to be powered by hydrogen and is only available in California, so it does not add it to the list it has complied with.

Guberman uses the current lineup for the Tesla Model S and X, but updated versions of these vehicles are expected to be released daily and will feature new battery technology with longer range.

New Tesla Model S Plaid set to release soon and expected to have over 500 miles of range

Here’s a look at the E For Electric vehicles included:

  • Tesla Model S ($ 79,990): 412 miles
  • Tesla Model X ($ 89,990): 360 miles
  • Tesla Model 3 ($ 46,990): 353 miles
  • Tesla Model Y ($ 49,990): 326 miles
  • Lucid Air Dream Edition ($ 169,000): 503 miles
  • Lucid Air Grand Touring ($ 139,000): 517 miles
  • Lucid Air Touring ($ 95,000): 406 miles
  • Ford Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 ($ 49,800): 305 miles
  • Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium ($ 47,000): 300 miles
  • Rivian R1T ($ 75,000): over 300 miles
  • Rivian R1S ($ 77,500): over 300 miles
  • BMW i4 (price unknown): ~ 300 miles
  • Mercedes EQS (price unknown): ~ 370 miles
  • Nissan Ariya (around $ 40,000): ~ 300 miles
  • GM Hummer EV ($ 112,595) 350 km

So watch the video and let us know what you think in the comments section below. Are we getting to the point where the limited EV range starts to be a non-factor? Personally, I think a range of 250-300 miles is good as long as we have a robust network of readily available DC fast-charging stations. Let’s discuss.

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