The cheapest electric cars run as long as gas cars


US With electric vehicles, the distance traveled per full charge is an important factor, but often similar to the suggested selling price.

Meaning, the longer the car can travel on a single charge, the higher the selling price will be. However, there are still electric cars that help users make journeys of more than 402 km (250 miles), which is on par with gasoline cars, for less than $ 50,000, according to Business Insider .

In fact, $50,000 is not a small amount of money to buy a car in the US, because the cheapest new model in 2022 in this market has a suggested price of less than $ 15,000. But with electric cars, when the average price reaches 66,000 USD, the amount of 50,000 USD is affordable.

Chevrolet Bolt EV - 25,600 USD - 416 km


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Bolt EV uses a 65 kWh battery, 200 horsepower capacity and 360 Nm torque. The electric hatchback can accelerate from 0-97 km/h in 6.5 seconds. With the Level 2 charger, about 63 km will be added to the journey during the one-hour charging time. With the Level 3 charger, it will take 30 minutes for the car to cover an additional 160 km.

The Bolt EV has a host of standard equipment and features such as an 8-inch digital gauge, an infotainment system with a 10.2-inch screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity, 10 airbags, and a camera. reverse, tire pressure warning, cruise control, regenerative braking, electronic stability control, and traction control.

Hyundai Kona EV - 34,000 USD - 415 km


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Kona pure electric version also uses 64 kWh battery, capacity of 201 horsepower and torque of 394 Nm. The 7.2 kW on-board charger fills the battery in 9 hours and 15 minutes. The vehicle can quickly charge 10-80% in 64 minutes with the 50 kW Level 3 charger and only 47 minutes with the 100 kW Level 3 charger.

Standard equipment and features on Kona EV such as digital clock and navigation screen are all 10.25-inch in size, compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 6 speakers, Bluelink, automatic air conditioning.

Toyota bZ4X - 42,000 - 405 km


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bZ4X uses a 71.4 kW battery pack in the front-wheel drive version and a 72.8 kW battery in the 4-wheel drive version. With AC, charging the battery to 80% with a Level 1 charger takes 50 hours, with a Level 2 charger it takes 9.5 hours. But with DC current, charging to 80% only takes about 30 minutes.

The digital clock is not located directly behind the steering wheel as usual, but stands completely on the dashboard. The rotary knob is also a unique and different feature compared to other Toyota models. bZ4X also uses a digital key via a smartphone, and a voice recognition system.

4. Volkswagen ID.4 Pro - 42,500 USD - 442 km


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ID.4 Pro is equipped with an 82 kWh battery pack with rear-wheel drive, with a capacity of 201 horsepower. With a 240 V power line, the full charge time is 7.5 hours. The DC fast charger takes the battery from zero to 80% in 38 minutes.

Standard equipment of the ID.4 Pro includes a digital clock, 10-inch infotainment screen, HD radio, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay wireless connectivity. There are four USB-C charging ports, a seven-speaker audio system, and a wireless phone charger.

Standard safety package with automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear collision warning, lane keep assist, full-speed adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams and more .

Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE - 44,000 USD - 487 km


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The Ioniq 5 SE version is rear-wheel drive with a 58 kWh battery pack, 168 hp and 349 Nm of torque. With Level 2 charging, 10-100% charging time in 6 hours and 43 minutes, fast charging 250 kW or more takes only 18 minutes to go from 0% to 80%.

Standard equipment with digital clock and 12.3-inch touch screen, AM/FM/HD Radio/SiriusXM radio, sound system with Bose speakers, Bluelink connectivity.

Tesla Model 3 - 47.000 USD - 437 km


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The standard model 3 is equipped with a 54 kWh battery pack, accelerating from 0-97 km / h after 5.3 seconds. With a 240 V power line, the full charge time is 10.4 hours.

With a 15-inch touchscreen, drivers can adjust everything from maps to music to the climate control system. However, an unusual feature of the Model 3 is that it is one of the rare models today, especially the new electric car that does not connect to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Kia EV6 - 47.500 USD - 498 km


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The standard EV6 is equipped with a 58 kWh battery pack, with a capacity of 167 hp and 349 Nm of torque, rear-wheel drive. Charging Level 2 to 10-100% takes 5 hours and 50 minutes, and Level 3 (0-80%) takes 18 minutes.

Two-spoke steering wheel, clock and infotainment screen on the same plane, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, wireless phone charger, WiFi transmitter, Meridian sound system with 14 speakers.

Polestar 2 - 48.400 USD - 434 km


Photo: Polestar

Polestar 2 uses a 75 kWh battery, 231 horsepower capacity, front-wheel drive. Acceleration time 0-97 km / h after 6.8 seconds. With a home power line, the car needs 8 hours to fully charge from a completely empty battery. DC fast charging only need about 40 minutes to charge 0-80%.

11-inch central touch screen, integrated Android entertainment system, Google Maps feature, Google Assistant voice commands and Google Play Store app store.

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