posted on November 18, 2022

See how far these EVs can take you

Today’s electric vehicles are smarter, faster, and sleeker than ever. And most importantly, they can take you further than you may think. With so many advancements in the industry, it can be hard to keep track of the most impressive vehicles available in North America. Luckily, we’ve done that for you. Here are the top 15 EVs with the best maximum battery range on Turo.

15. BMW i4

The BMW i4 has the proportions of a classic luxury sedan, but shakes up the formula with an all-electric powertrain. And while it brings up the rear of this list, Devon’s i4 eDrive40 still impresses with an estimated range of 301 miles.

14. Hyundai Ioniq 5

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is picking up accolade after accolade, and for good reason. This electric SUV is capable, spacious, and looks absolutely stunning to boot. Up to five people can stretch their legs in 401 Dixie Hyundai’s Ioniq 5, all while going up to 303 miles on a single charge in this rear-wheel drive version. 

13. Ford Mustang Mach-E

With the Ford Mustang Mach-E, you don’t have to sacrifice fun to go the distance. This sporty SUV reinvents a classic American icon and retains the design cues that make it unmistakably Mustang. Don’t miss Ahmed’s Mustang Mach-E, which has the Extended battery pack to reach 305 miles of estimated range.  

12. Kia EV6

Kia’s flagship electric vehicle was developed on the same engineering platform as the Hyundai Ioniq 5, but stands out with its own distinct style. Michael’s EV6 Wind represents the longest-range trim, which can go about 310 miles. 

11. Rivian R1T

The R1T is billed by Rivian as an “Electric Adventure Vehicle,” a name backed up by its impressive capabilities. Charles’ R1T has all-wheel drive and 314 miles of estimated range. It also has 835 horsepower, helping it keep pace with some of the fastest supercars out there.

10. Rivian R1S

Is Rivian’s SUV as rugged as its truck sibling? The two share much of the same hardware, so we’re going to go with yes. Up to seven passengers can buckle up for an adventure in Marisol’s R1S, which has a max range of 316 miles.

9. Ford F-150 Lightning

The Ford F-150 built its reputation on words like powerful and performance. The all-electric model doesn’t miss a beat, towing up to 10,000 pounds while cruising up to 320 miles in extended range form. All the more reason to check out Eric’s F-150 Lightning Lariat.

8. BMW iX

BMW refers to it as a “Sports Activity Vehicle,” but you can think of the iX as a crossover of luxury, utility, and electricity. All models come standard with all-wheel drive, including Joulez’s iX xDrive50. As for estimated range, this one is rated at an estimated 324 miles.

7. GMC Hummer EV Pickup

The Hummer is back, and it’s here to make a big statement. Dale’s Hummer EV Pickup produces a staggering 1,000 horsepower and has an estimated range of 329 miles. It also earns the distinction of being the heaviest vehicle on this list, clocking in at 9,063 pounds.

6. Tesla Model Y

This compact SUV is designed around the same platform as the wildly popular Model 3, adding extra usability and going up to 330 miles in this Long Range trim. If you need five seats and space for your stuff, take a look at Matthew’s Model Y Long Range.

5. Tesla Model X

Want comparable range to the Model Y, but more space? Ben’s Tesla Model X seats six people and can maxes out at 332 miles. Wherever you’re headed, you’ll arrive in style with Tesla’s signature falcon wing doors. 

4. Mercedes-Benz EQS

If you like the S-Class, you’ll feel right at home in the Mercedes-Benz EQS. There’s no bad seat in this well-appointed sedan, which feels both elegant and futuristic. If you’ve got a taste for luxury and a long way to go, Igor’s EQS 450+ gets an estimated 350 miles of range.

3. Tesla Model 3

Today, the Tesla Model 3 is more than just a household name. It’s the most popular EV in the world. Kevin’s Model 3 Long Range is one of many on the Turo marketplace equipped with the big battery option, which propels the Model 3 up to 358 miles.

2. Tesla Model S

This is the electric sedan that started it all. The Tesla Model S combines performance and endurance, as well as an infotainment system capable of console-level gaming. Enjoy all that and more with Joulez’s Model S, capable of an estimated 405 miles.

1. Lucid Air

When it comes to range, no other EV on this list comes close to this range-topping luxury sedan. If you’re looking to experience one firsthand, Andre’s Lucid Air Dream Edition does an industry-best 520 miles and produces 1,111 horsepower.

Michael has spent most of his career writing about cars. His passions all start with the letter S. That includes his Honda S2000, sustainability, and sushi.