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Electric Vehicle Options

Driving innovation is easier than ever with even more electric vehicle options. EVs are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and have lower fuel and maintenance costs. Whether you choose an all-electric model or a plug-in hybrid, EVs have turned a corner when it comes to meeting the needs of your lifestyle.


View the 2016 EPRI Consumer's Guide to Plug-In Electric Vehicles for more information.


2016 BMW i3

2016 BMW i3

The i3 battery electric vehicle is the first mass-produced car to use carbon fiber for the body (instead of aluminum or steel) to enhance strength and reduce weight.

EPA electric range: 81 miles

Charging time: 240V - 3.5 hours; 120V - 20 hours

fast-charging capable

2016 BMW i3 REx

2016 BMW i3 REx

A variation of the i3, the i3 REx has a small internal combustion engine to extend the car’s overall driving range. EPA categorizes it as a plug-in hybrid.

EPA electric range: 72 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 150 miles
Charging time: 240V - 3.5 hours; 120V - 20 hours 
fast-charging capable


2016 BMW i8

2016 BMW i8

This plug-in hybrid sport coupe is the second model released under BMW’s “i” lineup. A three-cylinder engine drives the back wheels and an electric motor drives the front wheels. EPA electric range: 15 miles

EPA total range (gas + electric): 330 miles
Charging time: 240V - 2.5 hours; 120V - 10 hours


2016 BMW X5 xDrive40e

2016 BMW X5 xDrive40e

The X5 xDrive40e is the first plug-in hybrid production model from the core BMW brand, and the company’s first plug-in hybrid sport utility vehicle.

EPA electric range: 14 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 540 miles
Charging time: 240V - 2.75 hours; 120V - 7 hours


Cadillac ELR

2016 Cadillac ELR

The ELR plug-in hybrid, which General Motors calls an extended-range electric vehicle, has a redesigned electric drive system and a performance package option.

EPA electric range: 40 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 340 miles
Charging time: 240V - 5 hours; 120V - 13 to 18 hours


Chevy Volt

2016 Chevrolet Volt

The second-generation Volt improves on the first generation with a more efficient and lighter two-motor drive design for enhanced acceleration and increased range.

EPA electric range: 53 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 420 miles
Charging time: 240V - 4.5 hours; 120V - 13 hours


Ford C-MAX Energi

2016 Ford C-MAX Energi

The C-MAX Energi is the plug-in hybrid version of the C-MAX conventional hybrid compact hatchback. An EV mode button allows the driver to choose all-electric, gas power, or a combination of both.


EPA electric range: 20 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 550 miles
Charging time: 240V - 2.5 hours; 120V - 7 hours


Ford Focus Electric

2016 Ford Focus Electric

The Focus Electric is a battery electric version of the Focus compact hatchback. The dashboard display on the 2016 model provides enhanced feedback to help the driver improve driving efficiency.

EPA electric range: 76 miles
Charging time: 240V - 3.6 hours; 120V - 20 hours


Ford Fusion Energi

2016 Ford Fusion Energi

The Fusion Energi is a plug-in hybrid version of the Fusion midsize sedan. An EV mode button allows the driver to choose all-electric, gas power, or a combination of both. 


EPA electric range: 20 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 550 miles
Charging time: 240V - 2.5 hours; 120V - 7 hours


Mitsubishi i-MiEV

2016 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

The i-MiEV is a battery electric subcompact city car that was introduced in the United States in 2012. MiEV is an acronym for Mitsubishi innovative Electric Vehicle.

EPA electric range: 62 miles
Charging time: 240V - 6 hours; 120V - 14 hours
fast-charging capable


Nissan LEAF

2016 Nissan LEAF

The LEAF was the first battery electric vehicle to enter the U.S. market in late 2010. The updated LEAF comes with a 24kWh or 30kWh battery. Data listed below is for
30kWh battery.

EPA electric range: 107 miles
Charging time: 240V - 6 hours; 120V - 26 hours
fast-charging capable


Porsche Cayenne

2016 Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid

The Cayenne S E-Hybrid is a plug-in hybrid version of the Cayenne midsize performance crossover.

EPA electric range: 14 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 480 miles
Charging time: 240V - 1.3 to 2.7 hours; 120V - 7.9 hours


Porsche Model S

2016 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid

The Panamera S E-Hybrid is a plug-in hybrid version of the Panamera 4-door luxury performance sedan.


EPA electric range: 16 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 560 miles
Charging time: 240V - 2 to 3 hours; 120V - 9.1 hours


Tesla Model S

2016 Tesla Model S

The Model S is a five-door battery electric vehicle luxury sedan. It comes with different battery sizes (70kWh to 90kWh)
and performance options, which affect vehicle range.

EPA electric range: 234 to 270 miles
Charging time: 240V - 4.75 to 12 hours; 120V - 58.8 to 75.6 hours
fast-charging capable


Tesla Model X

2016 Tesla Model X

The Model X is a battery electric vehicle that seats up to seven people in three rows. It comes with different battery sizes (70kWh to 90kWh) and performance options, which affect vehicle range.

EPA electric range: 250 to 257 miles
Charging time: 240V - 4.75 to 12 hours; 120V - 58.8 to 75.6 hours
fast-charging capable


Volvo

2016 Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine

The XC90 T8 Twin Engine is the plug-in hybrid version of the XC90 performance crossover, and the company’s first plug-in electric vehicle on the market.

EPA electric range: 14 miles
EPA total range (gas + electric): 350 miles
Charging time: 240V - 2 hours; 120V - 4 hours


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