Electric vehicles are the right choice to save fuel costs and energy consumption. The range is the biggest consideration that consumers use before buying an electric vehicle. The main consideration is that consumers do not want to mess up by running out of energy when traveling a certain distance.
But if a low operating cost factor and carbon footprint is the main factor, consumers need to pay more attention to efficiency rather than the range.
The simplest way for consumers to see the efficiency of electric vehicles is to look at the EPA’s combined miles-per-gallon-equivalent (mpge) rating. In addition, what needs to be seen is the estimated cost of the EPA annual fuel.
Autoblog has just made a list of the 20 most efficient vehicles based on the most efficient version of each model.
Tesla Model 3 became the most efficient electric vehicle in 2022, while the model y occupies third place, just a little behind.
Tesla Model 3 has 132 MPGE and Estimated Charging Cost of $ 500 per year. While the Y HAS 129 MPGE and Estimated Charging Cost model is $ 500 per year. The second place is Lucid Air with 131 MPGE and $ 500 per year of estimated earnings.
20 most efficient Electric Vehicles, and the estimated annual cost to keep it charged:
- Tesla Model 3: 132 mpge $500/yr
- Lucid Air: 131 mpge $500/yr
- Tesla Model Y: 129 mpge $500/yr
- Chevrolet Bolt EV: 120 mpge; $550/yr
- Hyundai Kona Electric: 120 mpge; $550/yr
- Tesla Model S: 120 mpge; $550/yr
- Kia EV6: 117 mpge; $550/yr
- Chevrolet Bolt EUV: 115 mpge; $550/yr
- Hyundai Ioniq 5: 114 mpge; $600/yr
- Kia Niro EV: 112 mpge; $600/yr
- Nissan Leaf: 111 mpge; $600/yr
- Mini Cooper SE: 110 mpge; $600/yr
- BMW i4: 109 mpge; $600/yr
- Polestar 2: 107mpge $600/yr
- Ford Mustang Mach-E: 103 mpge; $650/yr
- Tesla Model X: 102 mpge $650/yr
- Volkswagen ID.4: 99 mpge; $650/yr
- Mercedes-Benz EQS: 97 mpge; $700/yr
- Audi Q4 E-Tron (incl. Sportback): 95 mpge; $700/yr
- Mazda MX-30: 92 mpge; $700/yr