Electric car autonomy 2022: the ranking of the best

Electric car autonomy: which are the 2022 electric cars with the most autonomy, features and list prices.

Electric cars are the protagonists of this period, although there is still some resistance that prevents widespread proliferation – in favor of hybrids and plug-in hybrids. One of the reasons why Italians are reluctant to buy a full electric car is certain the autonomy factor which still thanks to the few infrastructures gives rise to the fear of being left on foot with the car unloaded.

Fortunately, the trend is changing, and in general, the range of electric cars has improved a lot compared to before. Let’s see some models there they also allow long journeys.

Range of electric car: Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric – up to 470 km

Presented in Italy at the end of 2021 after its international debut in Monaco, the new Renault Mégane E-Tech is fully electric and with SUV features, with great stylistic and technological advances compared to the hybrid E-Tech sedan (here our test) .

In the top-of-the-range configuration, it has a 261 HP engine and a 60 kWh battery pack that guarantees 470 km range.

Electric car range: Kia eSoul – up to 454 km

The third generation of a more specific car also comes in electric. A choice made to expand the urban nature of Kia Soul, a nature also demonstrated by the name, a pun between the English “Soul” (Anima) and the capital of South Korea, Seoul, which in Korean is always pronounced “Soul” “. , the name of one of the largest cities in the world suggests this car’s city call.

But the soul is also suitable for suburban trips that are not too long, thanks to its 454 km autonomy on the WLTP cycle available in the most powerful version. In addition, the square and high shape provides incredible comfort, also behind, as the roof does not fall down and therefore allows a good seating even for very tall people.

Want to know how it really goes on the road? Here ours review of Kia eSoul.

Electric car range: Hyundai Ioniq 5 – up to 481 km

Heir to the electric Ioniq, Ioniq 5 starts a real newly established branda family within the Hyundai series with all-electric cars of the same name, second number and the group’s new E-GMP platform.

Ioniq 5 it is a good car to hide: It looks like a 5-door hatchback and sedan, but in reality it offers unsurpassed interior space, elevated driving and of course a lot of technology. It has a range of up to 481 km on the WLTP cycle, two 306 hp electric motors and it recharges at 80% in 18 minutesin, in addition to being sustainable also in terms of the interior coatings and recycling of the battery at the end of its life.

Electric car range: Hyundai Kona Electric – up to 484 km

Hyundai Kona Electric shares the same electric transmission as its cousin Kia e-Niro, though with a slightly shorter range: 484 km on WLTP cycle with the largest 64 kWh battery. A model with a 39 kWh battery is also available, but most urban range: 289 km.

Like the Kia e-Niro (but also the eSoul), the Hyundai Kona Electric has paddles behind the hood to adjust the braking power; in addition, like all the group’s cars, it emits a “melodic” driving sound to warn pedestrians and cyclists about the car’s presence and passage.

Range of electric cars: Kia E-Niro – up to 455 km

The Korean electric with the unmistakable front mask Tiger nose it is one of the most convenient you can buy today, due to its size, its habitability and load capacity, value for money and autonomy. Its modern and fresh design aimed at young people but also to families, as with its maximum autonomy of 455 km (in the configuration with 204CV driveline and 64kw / h batteries) they can breathe a sigh of relief and can also afford trips outside the cities.

The starting price is approx 47,000 euroswhich can be deducted from the various incentives, Ecobonus, scrapping and discounts by dealers.

Electric car range: Kia EV6 – up to 520 km

The Kia EV6 is also based on the E-GMP platform, as is the Ioniq 5; and it also begins a new family of the next generation of electric cars, characterized by the name “EV” and a number. Lots of space, certainly divisive and modern design based on the “Opposites United” philosophy, for a total symbiosis between man, machine and nature.

Excellent autonomy: we are talking about 520 km on the WLTP cycle, for an electric that aims to travel thanks to the large interior space and the technology at the top of the category. An EV6 GT, a real battery-powered supercar, is also planned.

Range of electric cars: Mercedes EQS – up to 770 km

The Star brand’s electric flagship, recently unveiled by the star, wants to compete directly with Tesla and offers a record range: 770 km in its top-of-the-range configuration with the largest battery pack.

And first sedan in the EQ series, the new electric Mercedes family, with a sleek and soft line, according to the tradition of Stuttgart. A combination of noble and environmentally friendly materials and the comfortable luxury that is never lacking in Mercedes.

Range of electric cars: Volkswagen ID.3 – up to 550 km

Much has been said about her, and the German company presented it itself as its third chapter, the third turning point car in the same way as the Volkswagen Beetle (the company’s first model) and the Volkswagen Golf (still today the best-selling compact sedan in over 30 years. ). The Volkswagen ID.3 is also a compact whose strength – in addition to design as well as autonomy – is that it has the space of a Passat the size of a Golf, thanks to the extended wheelbase allowed by the electric driveline (the front hood is actually very narrow).

The first Volkswagen of the MEB platform, it is also the first to come out under the name ID, but several models of this family have already been presented, the closest of which is ID.4. However, this German compact allows for different configurations, with prices starting at around 20,000 euros and an independence that it can achieve of 550 km.

Range of electric cars: Jaguar I-Pace – up to 500 km

Jaguar also introduced an electric car, and one of the first luxury car companies. We are talking about the Jaguar I-Pace, which was created to compete with the Tesla Model X. And therefore, to do so, with respectable performance. In fact, Jaguar leverages all of its Formula E experience, equips the I-Pace with a 90 kWh battery that takes it to 100 km / h in just 4 and a half seconds.

I-Pace also has a respectable autonomy, which reaches almost 500 km. To date, it is one of the cars with the longest range, second only to the Tesla. Among other things, the battery recharges very quickly thanks to its compatibility with the most powerful connectors, such as those from Ionity

Range of electric cars: BMW i4 – up to 590 km

The BMW i4, the first electric sedan of the Bavarian brand that shares aesthetics with the 4-Series Gran Coupé, also comes on the list of electric cars with greater autonomy.

An elegant car that re-suggests the German manufacturer’s typical “driving pleasure” in an ecological key, thanks to the performance of a real sports car: The quieter version is the eDrive 40 with a single 340 HP rear engine and a range of 590 km. There is also the more sporty M50, with two electric motors for a total of 544 hp and slightly reduced range to 520 km. The price starts at 60,900 euros.

Range of electric cars: Ford Mustang Mach-E – up to 610 km

The Ford Mustang Mach-E, recently tested by us in its AWD configuration, is the modern, SUV and battery-powered reinterpretation of the American icon.

Available in various engines, up to the very powerful Mach-E GT, in the Long Range rear-wheel drive version with 99 kWh battery pack, it declares a range of 610 km, always with high performance given the 294 HP engine.

Range of electric cars: Tesla Model S – up to 610 km

Despite the competition becoming more and more fierce and numerous, it is still the Tesla Model S that holds the title of electric with greater autonomy. Its design is still very popular, clean and minimalist, but has great impact thanks to targeted stylistic choices. Elon Musk’s car, in its most complete Long Range version, enjoys it 4 wheeldrive with 100kW / h batteries and guarantees autonomy at even 610 kmalmost like its counterpart with an internal combustion or hybrid engine.

The price is of course the highest of all the cars seen so far and coming in around 150,000 euros.

Range of electric cars: Skoda Enyaq iV – up to 520 km

Based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform, on which Volkswagen ID.3 and ID.4 and Cupra Born are built, Skoda Enyaq iV it is the first electric model of the Czech brand developed from scratch, and which was only born electric (Citigo iV was the electric version of the Bohemian city car).

A line designed for aerodynamics, materials dedicated to comfort but ecological, and a powerful engine: the maximum range is 520 kmand also thanks to the generous dimensions and the trunk of 585 liters, it was born to travel.

Range of electric cars: Lucid Air – up to 836 km

2022 is the year of European debut of Lucid Air, the rival Californian luxury sedan in the house of the Tesla Model S.

With a sober and elegant design and engines up to 1,111 hp for the Dream Edition, the Lucid Air is also the electric car with the largest selection on the market at the moment: in one of its configurations, the Dream Edition with 933 engine. CV, in fact, declares 836 km, the highest number seen so far, also capable of beating the Mercedes EQS. A figure that costs you to pay: Prices start at $ 77,400, but for the version with more autonomy, you need at least 169,000.

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