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2017 BMW i3
One of the fastest BMWs off the line, the all-electric BMW i3 can go from 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds. Sporting capability and eDrive technology round out this luxury option.
2017 Chevrolet Bolt
Offering nearly 240 miles of range and a spacious interior, the Chevy Bolt has been called the “long-range, affordable electric vehicle for the masses.”
2017 Chevrolet Spark EV
Small but zippy, the Chevrolet Spark achieves 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds. Driving this model, you’ll see an EPA-estimated fuel cost savings of more than $6,000 over five years.
2017 Ford Focus Electric
An electric version of the compact hatchback, the Ford Focus EV offers a balanced ride and handling, attractive interior and high-tech options to improve driving efficiency.
2017 Kia Soul EV
With a large hatchback storage area and unique styling, the Kia Soul EV makes a statement. Check availability with local new and used car dealers — quantities are limited in the U.S.
2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV
One of the most affordable and efficient electric cars, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV snugly fits four. While it’s not as powerful as some other all-electric options, it makes for a good commuter car.
2017 Nissan LEAF
The Nissan LEAF was the first battery electric vehicle to enter the U.S. market, and for many it’s still the standard. Low running costs and multiple trim options make it a popular choice.
Tesla Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 is the automaker’s most affordable car, combining considerable range, performance and spaciousness into a premium sedan. Deliveries will begin in late 2017.
Tesla Model S
With an all-electric powertrain, the Tesla Model S can hit 60 mph in as little as 2.8 seconds. Autopilot capabilities increase safety and drivability on highways.
Tesla Model X
The Model X seats seven people in three rows — and has plenty of room for all their stuff. It’s distinctive falcon wing doors have inspired many a “Back to the Future” comparison.
2017 VW e-Golf
With hatchback versatility and sporty German-engineered performance, the Volkswagen e-Golf offers a smooth, safe and quick ride.
2017 Toyota Prius Prime
The bigger battery in the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid doubles the all-electric range of past models. Three modes — EV-Only, EV-Auto and Hybrid — gives drivers more control over how they run the car's powertrain.
2017 Audi A3 e-tron
This plug-in hybrid offers Audi's luxury styling with a sustainable edge. It's the first production Audi plug-in hybrid sold in the U.S. and the only hatchback styling available in the country.
2017 Chevrolet Volt
First introduced in 2011, the plug-in hybrid Volt made a splash among early adopters and has remained popular since. A redesign in 2016 upgraded the styling and the battery pack, now a beefier 18.4-kwh.
2017 Ford C-MAX Energi
For those needing space, this plug-in hybrid wagon is a good option. The EV Now mode allows you to avoid burning gas and take advantage of the model's 20-mile all-electric range.
2017 Ford Fusion Energi
The Ford Fusion Energi benefits from the 2017 restyling of the entire Fusion line. This plug-in hybrid can go 22 all-electric miles before switching over to regular hybrid mode.
2018 Nissan Leaf
Coming in Early 2018 but available to reserve now, the 2018 Nissan Leaf has been significantly updated with a more powerful electric motor, and longer-lasting battery pack that promises 150 miles of driving range, new driver-assist features, and a new exterior design.