- There are more than a dozen fully electric, mass-production sedans, sports cars, and SUVs available to US buyers today.
- They vary greatly in terms of cost, range, and power. The priciest model costs almost $200,000, while the most affordable cars clock in at around $30,000.
- Those with the most range can travel upwards of 300 miles on a charge, while some offer less than half of that.
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Plenty of exciting electric cars are on the horizon, including a go-anywhere pickup from Rivian , a new crossover from Tesla , and an all-electric Ford F-150 . But there's no need to wait, since more than a dozen fully electric cars are available to buy in the US right now.
Those cars also span a lot of price ranges. Drivers looking to shed their gas-fueled guilt and go electric can choose from a plethora of compact hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs, and sports cars at a variety of costs. The cheapest electric cars retail for $30,000 to $40,000, while the most expensive push well into the six figures.
Below is every mass-production, fully electric car you can buy new in the US, listed from lowest to highest MSRP. The list doesn't include future or preorder models, or those that have been fully discontinued:
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