List of production battery electric vehicles (table)

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Selected production vehicles[edit]

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Selected list of battery electric vehicles include (in chronological order):

Name Comments Production years Number produced/sold (less than or estimate) Top Speed (mph or km/h) Cost Range (m or km)
Baker Electric One of the earliest electric cars. Reputedly easy to drive. 1899-1915 5000 14 miles per hour (23 km/h) US $2 300 50 miles (80 km)
Detroit Electric Sold mainly to women and physicians. 1907-1939 5000 20 miles per hour (32 km/h) >US $3 000 depending on options 80 miles (129 km)
Henney Kilowatt The first transistor-based electric car; outfitted with modern hydraulic brakes. 1958–1960 50 60 miles per hour (97 km/h) US $3,600 (1960 model) over 60 miles
Peugeot 106 électrique Built by Heuliez and also sold under the name Citroën Saxo. Mainly sold to French administration. Nickel-cadmium battery powered.[1] · [2] 1995-2003 6400 90 kilometres per hour (56 mph) 100 kilometres (62 mi)
General Motors EV1 For lease only, all[citation needed] recovered from customers by GM, most destroyed. 1996-2003 2000 80 miles per hour (129 km/h) ~ US $40 000 without subsidies 150 miles (240 km), (Gen II 1999, NiMH)
Honda EV Plus First BEV from a major automaker without lead acid batteries.[citation needed] Twenty-four 12-volt NiMH batteries 1997–1999 350 80 miles per hour (129 km/h) US $455/month for 36 month lease; or US$53 000 without subsidies 80–110 miles (130–180 km)
Toyota RAV4 EV Some leased and sold on US east and west coasts, supported. Toyota agreed to stop crushing.[citation needed] 1997–2002 1249 125 kilometres per hour (78 mph) US $40 000 without subsidies 80–120 miles (130–190 km)
Ford Ranger EV Some sold, most leased; almost all recovered and most destroyed. Ford allowed reconditioning and sale of a limited quantity to former leaseholders by lottery. Estimated only 200 surviving.[citation needed] 1998-2002 1500 ~ US $50 000; subsidized to $20 000 82.4 miles (133 km) 1999 model (NiMH)[3]
Nissan Altra EV Mid-sized station wagon designed from the ground up as the first BEV to use Li-ion batteries,[4] 100,000 miles (161,000 km) battery lifetime. 1998–2000 140 75 miles per hour (121 km/h) US $470/month lease only 120 miles (193 km)
Global Electric Motorcars NEV 1998- 50,000 through October 2015.[5] 25 miles per hour (40 km/h) Varies widely depending on the model. A GEM e4, for four people, has a 38-65 miles range with a standard Lithium-Ion battery of 8.9 kWh (it can also be equipped with a 12.4 kWh version[6]
TH!NK City Two seat, Nickel-cadmium batteries. Next generation vehicle production planned for fall 2007. 1999-2002 1005 90 kilometres per hour (56 mph) NOK 199 000 85 kilometres (53 mi)
REVAi Indian-built city car (sold in England as the "G-Wiz").[7] 2001-2012 2000 45 miles per hour (72 km/h) ~£8 000[8] 80 km (50 mi),[9]
ZAP Xebra Chinese built sedan and truck 2006- 200 40 miles per hour (64 km/h) US $10 500 20–25 miles (32–40 km)[10][11] with the standard batteries, or 40 miles (64 km) with the optional extended range batteries.
Modec UK built trucks and Vans 2007- 100 100-mile (160 km)[12]
Cleanova French built delivery vans [13] 7000[14] 210 kms (urban), 150 kms (suburban)[15]
Smart fortwo ED micro car, mass-produced, multiple generations 2007; 2009-present
25,000 by the end of 2019

(100 first-gen; 8,800 second- and third- gen, until June 2014; 4,487 third- and fourth-gen, 2015-end of 2019, US only[16]; 12,478 third- and fourth-gen, 2017-end of 2019, Germany only [17][18]

[19])

120 kilometres per hour (75 mph) - 110 kilometres (68 mi)
Tesla Roadster (2008) Sold to customers in the United States and Europe.[20] 2008-2012 2,450[21] 130 miles per hour (209 km/h) [22] US $92 000 base price 244 miles (393 km) (based on EPA combined city/highway cycle)
Mitsubishi i MiEV Fleet leasing began in July 2009,[23] and sales to the public in Japan in April 2010[24] and in Hong Kong in May 2010.[25] 2009- 32,000 80 miles per hour (129 km/h) 4 million yen
(~USD43,000)
100 miles (161 km)
Nissan Leaf Introduced in Japan and the U.S. in December 2010.[26][27] 2010- 370,000 by end of October 2018[28] 150 km/h (93 mph) ¥3.76 million
(~US$44,600) in Japan
US$32,780 in the U.S.
73 miles (117 km) (EPA)
100 miles (161 km) (Nissan)
Tesla Model S Introduced in the U.S. in June 2012. 2012- 250,000 by September 2018[29][30][31][32] 155 mph (249 km/h) Model 90D
US $89 500 base price
294 miles (473 km) (based on EPA combined city/highway cycle)
Tesla Model X Unveiled in February 2012 2015- 106,689 through September 2018.[33][34][35][36][29][30][31][37] 155 mph (249 km/h) US $95 500 base price 257 miles (414 km) (based on EPA combined city/highway cycle)
Renault Zoe Introduced in France in December 2012.[38]

Late 2019 version has 52-kWh battery.
2012- 200,000 by November 2019[39] US $27,000 (249,990 NOK) including battery[40] 395 kilometres (245 mi)WLTP, late 2019 version
former versions:

210 km (130 mi) (NEDC)[41]
(2012–June 2015)
240 km (150 mi) (NEDC)[42] with an extended NEDC cycle range of 240 km (150 mi).

BMW i3 Introduced in Germany in November 2013.[43] 2013- 60,000 by November 2016[44] BEV 60 Ah
130 km (81 mi) EPA[45]
129 to 161 km (80 to 100 mi) NEDC[46]
BEV 94 Ah
183 km (114 mi) EPA[47]
BEV 120 Ah
246 km (153 mi) EPA[48]
Kia Soul EV Two generations with very different capabilities. The latter (2020 model) is long-range. 2014- 10,210 as of January 2016[49] 243 miles (391 km)EPA in 2020 model

93 miles (150 km)EPA in 2015 model

Volkswagen e-Golf 2014- 100,000 as of November 2019[citation needed] 230 kilometres (143 mi) (WLTP)
Tesla Model 3 2017- 100,000 as of October 2018[50] 140 mph (230 km/h) US $35 000 base price 310 miles (499 km) (based on EPA combined city/highway cycle)
Mahindra e2o Successor to the REVAi. Sold in the UK and India. 2013-2017 90 km/h (56 mph) 6.5 lakh (US $11,900) starting price 120 kilometres (75 mi) ARAI range
Mahindra e2o Plus 5-door city car. Sold only in India. Users include car rental companies and cab companies providing home-to-work transport for other companies' employees. 2016-2019 5.46 lakh (US $7,800) starting price, ex-showroom, after subsidies, in Delhi 110 kilometres (68 mi) to 140 kilometres (87 mi) ARAI range
Mahindra eVerito 4-door sedan based on first-gen Dacia Logan 2016- 86 km/h (53 mph) 9.5 lakh (US $13,570) starting price during 2016 launch, ex-showroom, presumably after subsidies, in Delhi 110 kilometres (68 mi)ARAI range, under 80 kilometres (50 mi) real-life city driving[51]
Tata Tigor EV 4-door sedan 2018- 9.17 lakh (US $12,850) starting price, ex-showroom, Delhi over 100 kilometres (62 mi)ARAI range, under 80 kilometres (50 mi) real-life city driving[52]
Chevrolet Bolt 60 or 66 kWh battery; 200 horsepower 2016- 65,000 by end of 2019[53][54] 91 mph (146 km/h) United States (California): $37,000-$38,000 MSRP but under $27,000 because of large dealer rebates (subsidies bring the price even lower).
Natherlands: $49,000, recentlyJanuary 2020 lowered to $37,000.
238 miles (383 km)EPA combined city/highway cycle

See also[edit]

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