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Several electric cars next to charging stations. From farthest to closest, a Nissan Leaf, a Smart ED, and a Mitsubishi i MiEV.

This is a list of production electric cars, classified by type of vehicle according to its speed capabilities: highway-capable, urban or city car, low speed or neighborhood electric vehicle, and supercars.

Highway-capable[edit]

Road cars with a top speed between 80 km/h (50 mph) and 249 km/h (155 mph)

Manufacturer Model Top speed Acceleration Capacity
(adults and children)
Charging time Nominal Range Market release date and sales
BMW i3 150 km/h (93 mph) 8 s 4 4h with the 240 V charging unit or less than 30 minutes at public DC charging stations (when charging from 0 to 80%) 183 km (114 mi)[1] MY 2017 (94 A·h) (EPA)
130 km (81 mi)[1]MY 2014/17 (60 A·h) (EPA)
Released in Europe in 2013 and in 2014 in the U.S.
A gasoline-powered range extender option is available to increased range to 240 km (150 mi) (EPA rating).[2]
Starting with the model year 2017, released in July 2016, two battery options are available, 94 A·h and 60 A·h.[1]
BMW Brilliance Zinoro 1E 130 km/h (81 mph) 7.6 s 150 km (93 mi)[3] Released in China in early 2014.[4]
Bollinger B1 204 km/h (127 mph) 4.5 s 4 7.3 (12.1) hours when charged from 220V
45 (75) minutes with CHAdeMO Level 3[5]
193 km (120 mi)
(321 km (199 mi))
Announced & presented in February 2018
Bolloré Bluecar 130 km/h (81 mph) 4 250 km (160 mi) in urban use
150 km (93 mi) on highway
Launched in France in 2011. Cumulative sales totaled 5,524 in France as of July 2016.[6]
BYD e6 140 km/h (87 mph)[7] 8 s 5[8] 2h (VTOG 30 kW AC charging)
8—9h (SAE Level 2 AC charging)
300 km (186 mi) Sales to the general public began in October, 2011, in Shenzhen, China.[9]

Cumulative sales in China totaled 34,862 units through December 2016.[10][11]

Chery QQ3 EV 100 km (62 mi) Launched in China in March 2010
Chevrolet Bolt EV 150 km/h (93 mph) (speed limited) 6.5 s 5 383 km (238 mi) Production started in October 2016, deliveries started in late 2016[12]
Chevrolet Spark EV 132 km (82 mi)[13] The first all-electric car from General Motors after the GM EV1. It was released in limited quantities in the U.S. in selected markets in California and Oregon in June 2013.[14] Production ended summer 2016.[15]
Citroën C-Zero 130 km/h (81 mph) 15.9 s 4 7 hours when charged from household; 30 minutes when charging from a quick charger system[16] 150 km (93 mi) Rebranded Mitsubishi i-MiEV; since 2010 Available in Europe.[16]
COURB C-ZEN 110 km/h (68 mph)[17] 2 5–7 hours 130–116 km (81–72 mi) September 2014
ElectraMeccanica Solo 132 km/h (82 mph) (limited) 8s [18] 1 3 hours at 220V, 6 hours at 110V 100 mi (161 km) 2018[19]
Fiat 500e 142 km/h (88 mph) 8.5 s 140 km (87 mi) 2013; Available in California and Oregon only
Ford Focus Electric 135 km/h (84 mph) 9.9 s 5 30 hours when charged from 120V, 5.5 hours when charged from 240V and 0.5 hours charge to 80% with DC Fast Charge[20] 185 km (115 mi)[21] Available in the U.S. since December 2011; available in Europe since August 2013.[22]
Girfalco Azkarra 2 Announced November 22, 2016; Concept unveil on December 2, 2016; First deliveries scheduled for the Spring of 2017
Honda Fit EV 148 km/h (92 mph) 9.5 s 132 km (82 mi) For lease only, in some US states since 2013. Discontinued in 2014.
Hyundai Ioniq 185 km/h (115 mph) 10.8 s 4 4 hours when charged from 240 V outlet. DC Fast Charging, 33 minutes for an 80% charge at 50 kW and 24 minutes at 100 kW[23] 169–250 km (105–155 mi) Production to commence in late 2016, sales commence 2017
Hyundai Kona Electric 470 km (292 mi) (WLTP) Presented on Geneva Motor Show 2018, sales starting summer 2018[24]
JAC Motors JAC J3 EV

JAC IEV 6S

120 km/h

130 km/h

11.5 s

5

5

12 hours

1.5h (80%) / 11.5h (100%)

170 km

300 km @ 60 km/h

Launched in China in 2010

China 2016

Kewet Buddy 80 km/h (50 mph) 3[25] 6–8 hours[26] 40–80 km (25–50 mi) January 2010
Kia Soul EV 145 km/h (90 mph) 11.2 5 4–5 hours (208V - 6.6 kW: 4h 50min, 240V - 6.6 kW: 4h 10min.)
Type 3: 33 minutes for up to 80%. Type 1: Up to 24 hours
150 km (93 mi) EPA,
130 to 190 km (81 to 118 mi) Kia
2014
Kyburz Kyburz eRod Race 140 km/h 4 s 2 0-100% in under 4 hours 220 km (137 mi) 2016
Lightning Lightning GT 200 km/h (124 mph) 5 s 2 under an hour 240 km (149 mi) 2013
Mahindra e2o plus 82 km/h (51 mph) 4 5 – 8 hours (Home socket: 220V, 16A), 1.5 hours (Fast Charge: Commercial 3-phase AC, up to 12 kW) 110–140 km (68–87 mi) November 2016[27]
Mahindra e-Verito 85 km/h (52 mph) 5 6 – 8 hours (Home Socket: 220V, 16A), 2.01 hours (Fast Charging: with 15 kW charger) 110 – 180 km (68 -111 mi) January 2017[28]
Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive 160 km/h (99 mph) 7.9 s 5 9 hours when charging from 220/240 V outlet; 2.4 hours from 400 V 200 km (124 mi) 2015
Microlino Microlino[29] 90 km/h (56 mph)[29] 2 [30] 1 hours w/ Type 2 connector, 4 hours w/ domestic power [30] 120–215 km (75–134 mi) (depending on battery) [30] late 2017 (initially only in Germany and Switzerland)
Mitsubishi i-MiEV 130 km/h (81 mph) 4 7 to 14 hours when charged from household, depending on the type of power; 30 minutes when charging from a quick charger system (80% charged)[31] 170 km (106 mi) Released in Japan in July 2009 for fleet customers. Available in Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, Europe, the U.S., Canada and some Latin American countries.

As of June 2016, and accounting for all variants of the i-MiEV, including the rebadged Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero sold in Europe, about 37,600 units have been sold worldwide since 2009.[32]

Motores Limpios Zacua 85 km/h 2 8 hours 160 km 2017 in Mexico
MW Motors Luka EV[33] 148 km/h (92 mph) 9.3 s 2 9 hours standard domestic socket. 2 hours with 3 phase rapid charger 300 km (186 mi)(unverified) July 2016
Nissan Leaf 150 km/h (93 mph) 5 up to 20 hours when charged from 110/120 V outlet; 8 hours when charging from 220/240 V outlet; 30 minutes for 440 V "quick charge" (to 80% of battery capacity) 121 km (75 mi) EPA / 200 km (120 mi) (NEDC)
40 kWh battery 252 km (157 mi) - 300 km (190 mi) EPA [34]
Released in the U.S. and Japan in December 2010, is available in 46 countries. The Leaf is the top selling electric car in history, with global sales of more than 250,000 units through December 2016.[35] 2016 LEAFs have an optional battery giving a (EPA) range of 107 miles.
QBeak 90 km/h (56 mph) 4 8 hours 250 km (155 mi) Available in Denmark for now.[36]
Peugeot i0n 130 km/h (81 mph) 15.9 s 4 7 hours when charged from household; 30 minutes when charging from a quick charger system[16] 150 km (93 mi) Rebranded Mitsubishi i-MiEV; since 2010 Available in Europe.[16]
Rayttle E28 80 km/h (50 mph) 2 130 km (81 mi) Chinese clone of the Renault Twizy. Sales began in China in September 2014.[37]
Renault Fluence ZE 135 km/h (84 mph), electronically limited 5 battery swap in 5 minutes 135 km (84 mi) + 15 km limp home mode Released in France in 2010, Israel in Jan 2012, UK in Jan 2012, Turkey in May 2012.
Renault Zoe 135 km/h (84 mph), electronically limited 13.5 s 5 six to nine hours with 3.7 kW, 30 minutes with 43 kW (80%)[38] 400 km (250 mi) 41 kWh battery
210 km (130 mi) 22 kWh battery
Released in France in December 2012. Global cumulative sales passed the 50,000 unit milestone in June 2016.[39] Cumulative sales totaled about 61,205 units through December 2016.[40]
Renault Twizy 80 km/h (50 mph) (Urban 80 version) 2 3.5 hours 100 km (62 mi) From March 2012. Available in Europe.
As of June 2016, global sales totaled 17,873 units, mostly in Europe.[41]
Smart Smart electric drive 125 km/h (78 mph) 11.5 s 2 145 km (90 mi) Available in Europe, the United States and Canada. Global sales totaled about 12,250 units through December 2014.
The second generation, launched in 2009, sold over 2,300 units through 2012,[42] and almost 10,000 units of the third generation, launched in 2013, have been sold through December 2014.[43][44]
Sono Motors Sion 140 km/h (87 mph) 11.5 s 5 eight hours with 3.7 kW,
30 minutes with 50 kW (80%)[45]
250 km (160 mi)
35 kWh battery
To be released in Germany in mid 2019.
Prototype for test-drives in Europe.
Preorder: EUR 16.000,- + EUR 4.000,- (battery)
Stevens[46] Zecar 90 km/h (56 mph)[46] 5[47] 6–8 hours[48] 80 km (50 mi) March 2008[49]
Tesla Model S 209 km/h (130 mph) (60)
- 249 km/h (155 mph)
(P100D)
2.5 s (P100D) - 5.5 s (75) 5 + 2[Note 1] 8 hours with home charging; 50% in ~20 minutes from a Tesla Supercharger (not included in the 60 kWh option, costs an additional $2,000)[50] 539 km (335 mi) (EPA) (P100D) - 335 km (208 mi) (EPA) (60) Available in the United States, Canada, Europe, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia.

Released in the U.S. in June 2012, cumulative global sales totaled more than 158,000 units through December 2016.[35]

Tesla Model X 249 km/h (155 mph) (P100D) - 210 km/h (130 mph) (75D) 2.9 s (P100D) - 6.0 s (75D) 5-7 8 hours with home charging; 50% in ~20 minutes from a Tesla Supercharger[50] 414 km (257 mi) (EPA) (P90) - 320 km (200 mi) (EPA) (60D) Available in the United States and Canada.

Released in the U.S. in September 2015. Cumulative sales totaled more than 25,000 units as of December 2016.[40]

Tesla Model 3 210 km/h

(130 mph) (standard battery) - 225 km/h (140 mph) (long-range battery model)

5.6 s (standard battery model) - 5.1 s (long-range battery model) 5 7,3h for 100%, ~14% per hour with home charger, 50% in ~30 minutes from a Tesla Supercharger 350 km (220 mi) (standard battery model) - 540 km (334 mi) (long-range battery option) Released in the US in July 2017, to be released after late 2017 internationally.
Venturi Fétish 200 km/h (124 mph)[51] 4 s 2 3 hours with external charge booster, 8 hours with onboard charging system 340 km (211 mi) 2006 to present
Volkswagen e-Golf 145 km/h (90 mph) 10.4 s 5 SE and SEL Premium in under 6 hours at a 240V charging station. Optional (standard on SEL Premium) DC Fast Charging to 80% in 1 hour at a DC fast charging station. 190 km (118 mi) Released in Europe in March 2014. Updated model with new battery management system released in Europe in July 2017.
Volkswagen e-Up! 130 km/h (81 mph) 4 8 hours with AC 230V. 2.3 kW plugged into any standard 230 V socket, 3.6 kW via a home-installed wall box or with up to 40 kW plugged into a DC fast-charging station 160 km (99 mi) Released in Europe in October 2013

City speed[edit]

City cars with a top speed between 50 km/h (31 mph) and 79 km/h (49 mph)

Model Top speed Capacity
(Adults)
Charging time Nominal range Market release date
CityEl 63 km/h (39 mph) 1 8 hours (complete recharge) 80–90 km (50–56 mi) First manufactured in Denmark 1987 under the name of "Mini-el" until 1992.
New production started in 1995 by a German company.[52]
NICE Mega City 64 km/h (40 mph)[53] 4[53] 8 hours[54] 96 km (60 mi)[53] October 2006.[55]

Low speed[edit]

Economy cars with a top speed of 49 km/h (30 mph) or less

Model Top speed Capacity
(Adults)
Charging time Nominal range Market release date
Paxster

stera

45 km/h 50-100 km May 2013, Norway, L6e category vehicle purpose build for delivery of mail, packages, newspapers. Produced by www.Paxster.no
Dynasty IT 40 km/h (25 mph) 2/4 6 hours[56] 50 km (31 mi) April 2001.[57]
GEM Car 40 km/h (25 mph) 2/4/6 6–8 hours[58] 48 km (30 mi) April 1998.[59]
MEV Hummer HX 2 8 hours (complete recharge) 70–90 km (43–56 mi) Manufactured by My Electric Vehicle.
The Electric Hummer is an official licensed product of General Motors[60]
Oka NEV ZEV 40 km/h (25 mph) 2 8 hours[61]   1987.[62]

Supercars[edit]

Supercars with a top speed above 200 km/h (120 mph)

Model Top speed Acceleration Capacity
(Adults)
Power Nominal range Market release date
Aptima eCobra 241 km/h (150 mph) 0-97 km/h (60 mph) in 3.9 seconds 2 263 watt electric motor at 5500 RPM 242 km (150 mi) Available in street rod racing conversions only.[63][64]
Detroit Electric SP:01[65] 249 km/h (155 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds. 2 150 kW (200 bhp) 300 km (186 mi) 2014
Exagon Furtive-eGT 249 km/h (155 mph) 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.5 seconds 2 2, 148kW, Siemens water cooled motors, combined 402 hp. 360 km (224 mi)
Li-ion Inizio R - Rally 209 km/h (130 mph) 0–97 km/h (60 mph) in 5.9 seconds
2 240 km (149 mi)
Li-ion Inizio RT - Rally Touring 212 km/h (132 mph) 0–97 km/h (60 mph) in 7.1 seconds 2 400 km (249 mi)
Li-ion Inizio RTX - Rally Touring Extreme 273 km/h (170 mph)[66] 0–97 km/h (60 mph) in 3.4 seconds 2 320 km (199 mi)
Lola-Drayson B12/69EV[67] 320 km/h (199 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 3 seconds. single-seater 630 kW (850 bhp) Le Mans prototype
Mitsubishi MiEV Evolution III 225 km/h (140 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.7 seconds. single-seater 450 kW (603 bhp) Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) prototype
Rimac Concept One 355 km/h (221 mph)[68] 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.6 seconds 2[68] 811 kW (1,088 bhp) 501 km (311 mi)[68] 2013[68]
Rimac Concept S 365 km/h (227 mph)[69] 2.5s[69] 2[69] 520 km (320 mi)[69] 2017[69]
Spark-Renault SRT 01E 250 km/h (155 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 3 seconds. single-seater 200 kW (268 hp) 2014–15 Formula E season
NIO EP9 294 km/h (183 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.7 seconds. single-seater 1 megawatt 1,360 HP
Tango 240 km/h (149 mph) 0–96 km/h (60 mph) in 4 sec 2 less than 3 hours;[70] 80% capacity in around 10 minutes on a 200 amp AC service[71] 128 km (80 mi) Available, Tango T600 is less than half the width of a normal car.[72]
TMG (Toyota Motorsport GmbH)TMG EV P002 255 (159 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.9 seconds. single-seater 350 kW (470 HP) 2012 -  new lap record for an electric vehicle (EV)

at the legendary 20.8km Nürburgring Nordschleife circuit in Germany

Volar-e[73] 300 km/h (190 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds. 2 746 kW (1,000 bhp), 1,000 N⋅m (738 lbf⋅ft) 200 km (124 mi) experimental
VW Beetle dragster[citation needed] 300 km/h (186 mph) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 1.6 seconds. 300 km (186 mi) experimental

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 5 adults + 2 kids (optional)

External links[edit]

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