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All the Electric Cars With 300 Miles Or More of Range In 2023 – Tesla Has 5

EVs with a range of 300+ miles by 2023

Here is a list of EVs (Electric Vehicles) with a range of 300 miles or more in 2023. These are cars with an EPA range of 300+ miles.

The first vehicle is Aptera’s 1,000 mile EV. Production could start at the end of 2023, but most likely early 2024. A solar panel can be added to this vehicle to charge it from the sun. Up to 40 miles per day. This is an impressive three-wheeler.

BMW has:

* BMW i4 with EPA range 301 starting at $51,400.
* 324 EPA range BMW iX starting at $84,100.
* 310 EPA range BMW i7 starting at $119,300.

GM has:
* Cadillac has 312 miles of EPA range, starting at $62,990.
* Chevrolet Blazer with EPA 320 miles range starting at $44,995.
* Chevy Equinox, EPA 300 mile range, starting at $30,000.
* Chevrolet Silverado. It has an EPA range of 400 miles and prices start at $39,990.
* GMC Hummer EV, 350 EPA range, starting at $110,295.
* Hummer EV SUV, 300 EPA range, starting at $79,995.

I don’t know how GM can produce a $39,990 EV with a 400 mile range…or a 300 mile EV for $30,000.

Faraday has several vehicles slated to go into production in 2023.

* Faraday Future FF91. It has an EPA range of 381 miles and prices start at $180,000.

Fisker has:

* Fisker Ocean. It has an EPA range of 350 miles and prices start at $37,499.

This seems difficult too…

Ford also has some EVs.

* F150 EV truck, EPA range of 300 miles, starting price of $55,974.
* Ford Mustang Mach-E, EPA range 300 miles, starting price $46,895.

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There are also many EVs.

Hyundai has:

* Ioniq 5, 303 EPA range, $41,450 starting price.
* Ioniq 6, EPA range 340 miles, starting price unknown.

Indyev has the following characteristics:

* Indie One EV with EPA range of 300 miles, starting at $45,000.

Kia is:

* Kia EV 6, EPA range 310 miles, price $48,500.

Solar EV has the following features:

* Solar EV, Light Year 0, EPA range 318 miles, starting price $265,000. You can charge it from the sun with a solar panel, but wow, that’s expensive!

Lotus has:

* The first Tesla, the Roadster, was built by the Lotus car maker. His EPA range on the lLotus Eletre is 306 miles with a starting price of $95,990.

For clarity:

* Lucid Air with 520 miles of EPA range starts at $87,400.

Mercedes has the following features:

* EQE starting at $74,500 with EPA range of 305 miles.
* EQS sedan, 350 EPA range, starting at $102,310.
* EQS SUV with EPA range of 305 miles. Prices start at $104,400.

NIO has:

* ET7 sedan, 460 EPA range, starting at $69,200.
* ET5 sedan, 460 miles of EPA range, starting at $46,100.

These cars can bring their batteries to 100% charge by simply swapping them out in minutes.

Nissan has the following features:

* Nissan Ariya, EPA range 304 miles, price $43,190.

Polestar has:

* Polestar 3, 300 EPA range, starting at $83,900.

Rivian has the following features:

* Rivian R1T truck. It has an EPA range of 314 miles and a price tag of $73,000.
* There is an R1S SUV with 316 EPA range and prices starting at $78,000.

Tesla has all five models with a range of over 300 miles.

* The upcoming Cybertruck has an EPA range of about 500 miles and a price unknown.
*The Tesla Model S sedan has 405 EPA range and starts at $104,990.
* The Tesla Model X SUV has an EPA range of 348 miles, starting at $120,990.
* The Tesla Model 3 Sedan has an EPA range of 358 miles, with prices starting at $46,990.
* The Tesla Model Y SUV has an EPA range of 330 miles, starting at $65,990.

Vietnamese company Vinfast has:

* VF9 with EPA range of 302 miles, starting at $76,900.

XPENG has the following features:

* G9 with 323 EPA range starts at $43,962.
* The P7 has an EPA range of 329 miles and a price tag of $34,400.

That’s a list and many EVs. My big takeaway is, are the EPA ranges on these cheaper models really as high? Do they have the features and capabilities that Tesla has? We’ll see this year…

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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after following Elon Musk for years and praising his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he’s become a Tesla bull, covering whatever he finds about Tesla while also dabbling in other electric car companies. Jeremy covers Tesla’s development on Torque News.you can follow him twitter Or stay in touch on LinkedIn and follow Tesla news coverage on Torque News.

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