In recent years, electric vehicles have become more popular then ever. With gas prices on the rise, many people are looking for alternative ways to travel. One of the most popular options is an electric vehicle. Electric vehicles are powered by electricity from batteries, with electric motors in different configurations, depending on the vehicle.

In many ways, these vehicles can cheaper to operate than gas-powered cars, since you only need to charge the battery rather than buy gasoline, and they require less maintenance. As a result, electric vehicles are becoming an increasingly great option for consumers. But what brands make electric vehicles? Here is a look at some of the most popular manufacturers.

Currently there are 26 brands that make electric vehicles (EVs) in the United States. Most of them already have vehicles on the road right now, and there are a few we should be seeing very soon. You won’t be surprised to see some names like Tesla and Lucid. However, you might be surprised to see names like Fisker, and Rimac, which you may not even be aware exists.

1. Audi

Audi’s electric vehicles are some of the most stylish and luxurious on the market. The e-Tron GT is a sleek sedan (that is based on the Porsche Taycan we will talk about later) with a range of up to 238 miles. The e-Tron Sportback and standard e-Trong are stylish SUVs with a ranges of up to 222 miles, the Sportback offers a more sporty appearance than the standard e-Tron with a sloping back.

And the Q4 e-tron is a stylish crossover that can go up to 265 miles on a single charge. All of Audi’s electric vehicles are fast, efficient and fun to drive. Being under the VW umbrella allows Audi to have a wide array (and growing) of options, as it is able to borrow technology from other companies under its ownership, such as Porsche, and VW itself.

2. BMW

As one of the world’s leading luxury automakers, BMW is no stranger to innovation. The company has a long history of developing cutting-edge technologies that push the boundaries of what is possible on the road. In recent years, BMW has turned its attention to electric vehicles, and the result is a lineup of some of the most exciting and advanced EVs on the market. It started off with the now discontinued i3, and the hybrid i8 sports car.

However, in modern days, it offers the traditionally styled i4, the luxurious i7 and its first electric SUV, the iX. BMW is leading the charge when it comes to electrification. These vehicles are not only stylish and luxurious, but they’re also packed with cutting-edge tech that makes them a joy to drive (for example, the i7 has an optional 31.3″ screen. If you’re looking for an EV that ticks all the boxes, then BMW should definitely be at the top of your list.

3. Chevrolet

Chevrolet is one of the most trusted and reliable automobile brands on the market. For years, they have been known for their high-quality, affordable vehicles that are safe and reliable. In recent years, Chevrolet has also become a leader in electric vehicle (EV) technology.

Their lineup of EVs includes the Blazer EV, Bolt EUV, Bolt EV, Equinox EV and soon to be Silverado EV. Each of these EVs offers different features and benefits that appeal to a wide range of customers. For example, the Bolt EUV is a great option for those who are looking for an affordable EV without sacrificing range or performance.

The Equinox EV is perfect for families who need the extra space and power that an SUV provides. And the Silverado EV is ideal for anyone who needs a tough and durable truck that can handle any job.

4. Delorean

The Delorean is back and better than ever. The new Alpha 5 will be hitting production lines soon, and it features all the classic Delorean elements that made the original so iconic. However, the new Alpha 5 also features a number of modern updates, including a sleek new design, advanced safety features, and improved performance.

In addition, the Alpha 5 will be fully electric, and incredibly quick (with a 0-60 of less than 3 seconds) making it one of the most incredible new cars coming onto the market soon. Whether you’re a die-hard Delorean fan or just someone who appreciates an incredible car, the Alpha 5 is sure to impress.

5. Fisker

Fisker is an American car company that’s making waves with its all-new electric vehicle, the Ocean. The Ocean is a SUV that has a range of up to 350 miles and can be charged in as little as 43 minutes.

To top it all off, the Ocean is priced at just $37,499. That’s cheaper than many other electric vehicles on the market, making it a great option for people who want to go green without breaking the bank. With its combination of range, and speed, the Ocean is an interesting choice for those looking for a new electric SUV.

6. Ford

Ford has always been an industry leader, and that continues with the introduction of its all-electric F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach E. The F-150 Lightning is the first electric pickup truck from a major automaker, and it offers even more power and torque as than its gas-powered counterpart.

The Mustang Mach E is a performance SUV that offers up to 480 horsepower and zero to 60 mph in under four seconds in the GT trim level. Both vehicles have a range of over 300 miles on a single charge, making them capable of meeting the needs of even the most demanding driver.

Ford is continuously coming out with new electric vehicles, and I am sure we will see their list growing quickly.

7. Genesis

The GV60 is the first all-electric vehicle from Genesis, and it’s a pretty impressive feat of engineering. The GV60 has a range of up to 248 miles on a single charge, and it can recharge in as little as 18 minutes (10% to 80%). The GV60 is also equipped with all the latest safety and driver-assist features, making it one of the safest vehicles on the road.

But the best thing about the GV60 is that it’s not just an electric car; it’s also a luxury car. The GV60 comes standard with leather seats, a premium sound system, and a host of other luxury features.

8. GMC

GMC is making an all-electric vehicle with the Hummer EV and soon to be GMC Sierra EV.

The all-electric Hummer EV has a range of 329 miles and a top speed of 106 mph with a 0-60 time of less than three seconds (even though it weighs over 10,000 pounds). The all-electric vehicle can charge 100 miles worth of battery power in as little as 10 minutes.

The all-electric vehicle will have 830 horsepower and 11,500 lb.-ft. of torque. This is a huge shift for GMC as they are now embracing electrification. This move will help GMC keep up with the competition and appeal to a wider range of customers. With the all-electric vehicle, GMC is making a statement that they are committed to being a leader in the electric vehicle market.

We still don’t know a ton about the GMC Sierra EV at this time, but will update ASAP.

9. Hyundai

Hyundai has always been a company at the forefront of innovation, and its latest release is no exception. The Ioniq 5 and Kona EV are Hyundai’s first all-electric vehicles, and they’re already making waves in the automotive industry.

The Ioniq 5 and Kona EVs are sleek and stylish SUVs that are designed for urban living. Both vehicles offer an impressive range of features, including fast charging, cutting-edge safety technology, and spacious interiors.

With the Ioniq 5 and Kona EV, Hyundai is ushering in a new era of electric vehicles that are sure to change the way we think about transportation.

10. Jaguar

Jaguar has unveiled its first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace. With a range of up to 234 miles and a 0-60 time of just 4.5 seconds, the I-Pace is designed to compete with Tesla’s Model X. The I-Pace is also significantly cheaper than the Model X, with a starting price of $69,900.

The I-Pace is just the one latest all-electric vehicle to hit the market, as more and more automakers are investing in this emerging technology. With its competitive range and price, the I-Pace is a popular choice for buyers looking for an all-electric vehicle.

11. Kia

Kia’s all-electric vehicle, the EV6, which debuted in early 2021. The vehicle has a range of up to 310 miles on a single charge and can recharge up to 80% in under 20 minutes using an ultra-fast charger. The EV6 also comes with a number of advanced driver assistance systems, including adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, and automated emergency breaking.

The Niro EV, another all-electric vehicle from Kia, also debuted in 2021. The Niro EV has a range of up to 239 miles on a single charge and is able to recharge up to 80% in under 30 minutes using an ultra-fast charger. Like the EV6, the Niro EV will also come with a number of advanced driver assistance systems. With the debut of the EV6 and Niro EV, Kia is poised to become a major player in the all-electric vehicle market.

12. Lotus

Lotus may be best known for its race-bred sports cars, but the British automaker is now branching out into new territory with the launch of its first all-electric vehicles. The Eletre and Evija are both battery-powered cars that have been designed from the ground up to deliver an immersive driving experience.

The Eletre is the more affordable of the two, with a starting price of $120,000. It has a range of up to 373 miles and can be charged from empty to full in just 20 minutes.

The Evija, meanwhile, is a true performance machine. It boasts Lotus’s signature lightweight construction and an electric powertrain that delivers an astounding horsepower just shy of 2000. With a price tag of over $2 million, it’s certainly not for everyone, but for those who can afford it, the Evija is sure to be an unforgettable driving experience.

13. Lucid

Lucid Motors is an all-electric vehicle manufacturer based in Newark, California. The company was founded in 2007 with the mission to develop transportation solutions that move the world forward. Lucid’s first product is the Lucid Air, an all-electric luxury sedan that was unveiled in late 2016.

The Lucid Air is a sleek and stylish vehicle that offers a range of up to 400 miles on a single charge. It is also packed with cutting-edge technology, including an advanced driver assistance system that can autonomously handle stop-and-go traffic.

14. Mazda

Mazda has always been a company that takes an innovative approach to car design, and its newest model is no exception. The MX-30 is Mazda’s first all-electric vehicle, and it comes with a number of unique features. One of the most impressive is the use of recycled materials in the body panels.

This helps to reduce the car’s environmental impact, and it also gives the MX-30 a unique look. The interior of the car is also spacious and comfortable, with plenty of room for five passengers. And because it’s electric, the MX-30 is very quiet, making it ideal for city driving. With its stylish design, and cutting-edge technology the MX-30 is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

The one biggest downside to the MX-30 is its range, with only 100 miles to empty.

15. Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its all-electric EQS SUV and EQS-Sedan. The EQS SUV has a range of up to 305 miles, while the EQS-Sedan will have a range of up to 350 miles. Both vehicles will be powered by lithium-ion batteries.The EQS SUV and EQS-Sedan will also feature advanced driver assistance systems, as well as Mercedes-Benz’s signature design elements.

If you are looking for S-Class like features, but want a great electric vehicle, then these two should be at the top of your list. They represent the top tier of what Mercedes has to offer in the EV department.

16. Mini

Mini has always been known for its small, nimble cars. But now the company is taking things in a new direction with the introduction of its all-electric vehicle, the Electric Coupe. The Electric Coupe is a two-seater that is powered by battery-operated motors. Mini claims that it will have a range of up to 114 miles on a single charge.

17. Nissan

For years, Nissan has been a leader in the development of electric vehicles. The Leaf, introduced in 2010, was the first mass-produced all-electric car, and it continues to be one of the most popular EVs on the market. Now, Nissan is preparing to launch its next-generation EV, the Ariya.

The Ariya is an all-new vehicle that offers a unique blend of style, performance and technology. It features a sleek and Sporty design, impressive range and acceleration, and cutting-edge features such as ProPilot 2.0, which allows the vehicle to drive itself in certain conditions. With the introduction of the Ariya, Nissan is once again setting the standard for electric vehicles.

18. Pagani

In 2019, the Italian luxury car manufacturer Pagani debuted its first all-electric vehicle, the Pagani Battista. The Battista is a work of art, with a carbon fiber body and sleek lines that make it look like it’s speeding even when it’s standing still.

The Battista can go from 0 to 60 in under 2 seconds, making it one of the fastest cars on the road. And with a range of over 300 miles, it can go further than most electric cars on a single charge. The Battista is a true powerhouse.

19. Polestar

Polestar is a Swedish automaker that specializes in electric vehicles. The company’s electric vehicle was the Polestar 2. The Polestar 3 is an all-electric SUV that is currently in development.

To date, Polestar has won numerous awards for its innovative design and engineering. The company’s cars have also been highly praised by reviewers for their excellent build quality and driving experience. With its growing lineup of all-electric vehicles, Polestar is poised to become a major player in the global automotive market.

20. Porsche

Porsche has announced that it will be making an all-electric vehicle with the Taycan and its varients. The German automaker has been working on electric vehicles for some time now, but this is the first time it has made a dedicated all-electric car.

The Taycan is based on the Mission E concept that was unveiled in 2015, and has a range of 400 miles. It accelerates from 0-60 in under 3 seconds. The Taycan is just the latest example of Porsche’s commitment to electric vehicles, and it is a popular choice for those looking for a luxury sedan with a battery powered drivetrain.

Porsche also offers the Taycan in a hatchback style with the Sport Turismo.

21. Rimac

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Swiss car company Rimac has created an all-electric vehicle with unique capabilities. The Nevera is a 2-door coupe that can travel up to 340 miles on a single charge. It is an incredibly fast vehicle, with a 0-60 time of 1.85 seconds and a 8.58 seconds.

Of course, this insane hyper car electric vehicle has an MSRP of $2,050,500, making it a bit unattainable for the average person.

22. Rivian

Rivian is an all-electric vehicle manufacturer founded in 2009. The company’s first product is the R1T, an all-electric pickup truck. The R1T is scheduled to begin production in 2020. Rivian has also announced the R1S, an all-electric SUV. The R1S is scheduled to begin production in 2021.

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23. Subaru

Subaru has long been known for its all-wheel drive vehicles, which offer excellent traction and control in all types of weather. Now, the company is making a move into the electric vehicle market with the Solterra EV. The Solterra EV also has a range of up to 228 miles on a single charge, making it well suited for city, and some cross-country driving.

In addition, the SUV comes with a number of advanced safety features, including automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. With its combination of all-wheel drive traction, long range, and safety features, the Subaru Solterra EV is sure to be a popular choice for drivers who are looking for an electric vehicle that can handle all types of roads and conditions.

24. Tesla

Tesla designs and manufactures electric vehicles, as well as renewable energy storage solutions. The company was founded in 2003 by a group of forward-thinking engineers who saw the potential of electric transportation.

Tesla’s first car, the Roadster, was released in 2008 and quickly became the world’s fastest production car. Since then, Tesla has continued to push the boundaries of electric vehicle technology with its second car, the Model S, and third car, the Model X. In 2016, Tesla launched the affordable Model 3, which has since become the best-selling premium car in the US. In 2020, Tesla released its fourth car, the Model Y.

25. Toyota

Toyota has always been at the forefront of automotive innovation, and their latest release is no exception. The all-new bZ4X is Toyota’s first all-electric vehicle, and it’s packed with cutting-edge features. For starters, the bZ4X has a range of over 252 miles on a single charge, making it perfect for long-distance travel. The interior is also designed to be comfortable and spacious, with plenty of room for passengers and cargo.

26. Volkswagen

Volkswagen has introduced its ID.4, an all-electric SUV with a range of up to 275 miles. The ID.4 is the first vehicle in Volkswagen’s new line of all-electric vehicles, and it marks a major shift for the company as it moves away from gas and diesel engines. The ID.4 is powered by two electric motors, one on each axle, and has a battery capacity of 82 kWh.

The SUV also features an adaptive cruise control system that can automatically brake and accelerate in stop-and-go traffic. The SUV will be available in three trim levels: Pro, Pro S, and Pro S with Gradient. With its all-electric powertrain and spacious interior, the ID.4 is poised to compete with Tesla’s Model Y and other electric SUVs on the market.

27. Volvo

Volvo is making all-electric versions of its C40 and XC40 SUV models. The C40 Recharge has range of 226 miles, while the XC40 Recharge will have a range of 223 miles. Both models will be able to charge from 0 to 80% in just 40 minutes. Volvo is already known for its safety features, and the all-electric versions of these vehicles will include a number of new safety technologies, such as autonomous emergency braking and lane keeping assist.

The all-electric powertrains will also enable these vehicles to have a lower center of gravity, which should improve handling and stability. Volvo plans to make half of its vehicles electrified by 2025, and the C40 and XC40 Recharge are part of that effort.


As electric vehicles become more popular, a number of different manufacturers are starting to produce them. Some of the most popular electric vehicle manufacturers include Tesla, Volkswagen, and Volvo.

These companies are producing electric vehicles that are not only safe and reliable, but also fun to drive. With a variety of electric vehicles available on the market, there is sure to be an electric vehicle that meets your needs.