Best electric SUVs: Large vehicles you can plug in

With more electric vehicles finally hitting the market, customers now have more choices in electric vehicles of various sizes. While the first wave of electric vehicles consisted mostly of sedans and small crossovers, these days there are at least a few electric SUVs worth considering for those looking for something bigger. In fact, there are even electric SUVs with three rows of seating, perfect for families or people who need more space.

However, the options for large electric SUVs are still somewhat limited. When we started writing this article, we only wanted to cover large SUVs and didn’t want to include small cars that are actually more crossover sized. However, it turns out that there aren’t that many models that meet this criteria. Therefore, we’ll also include cars that are marketed as SUVs but are closer in size to crossovers. Still, we’ll put the larger SUVs at the top of the list.

The Rivian R1S is considered the best electric SUV on the market, and for good reason. The car may be a bit pricey, but if you have money to spare and you want a large electric SUV, you should at least consider the R1S, with its stylish design, three-row seating, and long range.

This vehicle is now in its second generation and is available in several different models. Pricing for the dual-motor version of the R1S starts at $75,900, with the base version having a range of 270 miles. However, you can upgrade to a long-range model with a larger battery that gives you a range of up to 410 miles, which is good. Rivian also sells a tri-motor version of the vehicle that can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds and has a range of 380 miles. Finally, Rivian will also sell a quad-motor version that can accelerate to 60 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds. However, the car’s range is not yet known, and deliveries won’t begin until 2025.

The EV9 comes in a few different trim levels, with the base version of the car having a range of 370 km with a single motor driving the rear wheels. This model also has a longer range rear-wheel drive version with a range of 300 miles (487 kilometers). This is the best range you can achieve with the EV9. All other models of this vehicle are four-wheel drive models with a range of 430-450 kilometers. This range is not as great. Fortunately, the EV9 charges very quickly with a maximum of 350 kilowatts. This means you can charge your EV9 from 10% to 80% in just about 20 minutes at a compatible charging station.

If you’re looking for a large SUV that’s stylish to drive, but isn’t necessarily looking for the best value for your money, the GMC Hummer EV SUV might be worth considering. It’s a big, muscular Hummer, but it also has a lot to offer as an electric vehicle. Sure, it’s only priced at just $98,845 as of this writing, but for that money you get a relatively capable vehicle.

The base model of the Hummer EV SUV is the Hummer EV 2X, with a range of 303 miles and up to 570 horsepower. GMC also sells the Hummer EV 3X, with a range of up to 314 miles and 830 horsepower. As you might expect, there are a few other special models of the Hummer EV that cost extra. The Hummer EV SUV certainly isn’t the right choice for those looking for value for money. However, if you like the aesthetics of the Hummer design and want an electric SUV, they’re not making a bad car with the Hummer EV SUV.

The Tesla Model Y is one of the most popular cars in America, and there’s a reason for that. It’s also the first car on our list that’s sold as an SUV, but it’s actually a crossover vehicle. The Model Y comes standard with two rows of seating, but a third row is available as an option. Keep in mind that the third row takes up most of the trunk space in the Model Y, and it’s not really enough room for most people, especially on long trips.

The Model Y has a lot going for it. Its starting price of $44,990 makes it less expensive than most of the other vehicles on this list. The base model is a rear-wheel drive model with a not bad range of 320 miles. From there, you can upgrade to the all-wheel drive model, which performs better and has a slightly shorter range of 308 miles. The most expensive model is the Model Y Performance, which has a range of 400 miles but can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in a very quick 3.5 seconds. This model is still cheaper than the larger Kia EV9 base model, so if you’re looking for something more affordable and don’t mind a smaller vehicle, this could be the right choice.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is another very popular electric crossover. It doesn’t have a third-row option, so if you want a three-row model, you’ll have to look elsewhere. It still has an interesting design and is reasonably priced.

The base model of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is the Ioniq 5 SE Standard Range, which only has a 220-mile range with a single motor driving the rear wheels. You can get 303 miles with the rear-wheel drive option, and 266 miles with the all-wheel drive option. Finally, there is the Ioniq 5 N, which is built more like a race car. It has a range of 221 miles and can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3 seconds. While this is not the best charging range on the market, the Ioniq 5 supports ultra-fast charging speeds of 350kW, so you can charge from 10% to 80% in less than 20 minutes. Not to mention the fact that Hyundai has been very proactive in offering great leasing deals for its vehicles. So, if you want to lease and don’t want to pay a lot, the Ioniq 5 is worth considering.

The base model of the Kia EV6 is the EV6 Light RWD, with prices starting at $42,600. The range is not that much at 373 kilometers. The RWD model has a range of 500 kilometers, and the AWD model has a range of 452 kilometers, which is not bad. Like the Ioniq 5, the EV6 supports a 350kW charging speed and can be charged from 10% to 80% in less than 20 minutes. There is also the Kia EV6 GT, which has a range of 333 km, but accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds, which is very quick.

The base model of the Mach-E is the Mach-E Select, which starts at $39,995 and has a range of 400 kilometers for the rear-wheel drive version and 370 to 480 kilometers for the all-wheel drive version. About the battery size. Moving up a level, you can get the Mach-E Premium, available with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, and standard or extended range. The model with the longest range is the Mach-E Premium RWD with extended range. Like Hyundai and Kia, Ford also sells a high-performance version of the Mach-E called the Mach-E Rally, which only comes with all-wheel drive and extended range, but can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds.

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