Do you have a few hundred thousand dollars burning a hole in your pocket? If so, you might be interested in purchasing one of these top 10 electric vehicles (some of which are multi-million dollar vehicles)!

Many electric cars are being launched as some of the most luxurious and expensive electric vehicles on the market today. Many of them are still prototypes or concept cars, but they offer a glimpse into the future of luxury electric transportation. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming models!

Mercedes-Benz EQS-Sedan$104,350.00
Audi e-Tron GT$104,900.00
Tesla Model S$104,990.00
Porsche Taycan 4S$106,500.00
GMC Hummer EV$108,700.00
Tesla Model X$120,990.00
Lucid Air Sapphire$249,000.00
Pininfarina Battista$2,200,000.00
Lotus Evija$2,300,000.00
Rimac Nivera$2,400,000.00
Delorean Alpha 5TBD
Mercedes-Benz EQS SUVTBD
Polestar 3TBD
Lotus EletreTBD

1. Mercedes-Benz EQS-Sedan – $104,350.00 MSRP

Mercedes has made its entrance into the luxury electric sedan space with the EQS-Sedan! They didn’t want to risk messing with their S-Class sedan, so they instead created a whole new line of vehicles under the EQS nameplate, making this the S-Class competitor, meaning tons of luxury, a large size and a price point to match.

The Mercedes-Benz EQS-Sedan is a luxurious electric vehicle with a starting price of $104,350.00. It features two electric motors that generate up to 329 horsepower, but can be upgraded to 516 horsepower, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.9 seconds.

The EQS-Sedan also has a range of up to 350 miles on a single charge, making it well-suited for long-distance travel. In addition, the EQS-Sedan comes equipped with a suite of advanced safety and driver assistance features, including blind spot assist, adaptive cruise control, and lane keeping assist. These features make the EQS-Sedan one of the safest and most comfortable vehicles on the road today.

2. Audi e-Tron GT – $104,900.00 MSRP

At $104,900.00, the Audi e-Tron GT is one expensive vehicle, however for the sake of this list, is still a budget option. For that price, you get a lot of features that make this car stand out. First, the e-Tron GT has an impressive range of up to 232 miles on a single charge. That’s enough to get you from Los Angeles to San Diego and back without stopping to recharge.

Additionally, the e-Tron GT can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds. That’s thanks to its dual motor setup, which makes this car incredibly powerful. And finally, the e-Tron GT comes with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from an Audi, including a premium sound system, heated seats, and a sleek design.

Now, you probably have already noticed by its styling, with Audi being under the same corporate umbrellas as the Taycan, it sits on the same platform, which results in very similar proportions. So that begs the question, which would we choose? Yep, the Audi e-Tron GT.

3. Tesla Model S – $104,990.00 MSRP

You would have to be living under a rock for the past decade now to not be aware of the Tesla Model S. This was Tesla’s first foray into mass production vehicles, and it hit the market with a boom. Tesla has been slowly updating the Model S to stay current, especially with the Plaid trim (0 – 60 in under 2 seconds). That said, even the base trim of the Model S sits at $104,990, making it sit well within this list.

Some of it’s features include all-wheel drive, autopilot (not sure if it should be called that), heated front and rear seats, a 17″ touchscreen display (this hit the industry hard, and many manufacturers are following along), and more. The Tesla Model S has a range of up to 405 miles and can go from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 2.5 seconds.

If you on the hunt for an electric vehicle over $100K, this should be on your short list.

4. Porsche Taycan 4S – $106,500.00 MSRP

The Taycan was one of the first entrants (outside of the Model S), into the performance electric sedan market. The Porsche Taycan 4S is an all-electric vehicle with a starting price of $106,500. It has a range of up to 272 miles and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, and reaches up to 562 horsepower.

The Taycan 4S comes standard with all-wheel drive. It has two electric motors, one at the front and one at the rear. The Taycan 4S also comes equipped with adaptive air suspension, which lowers the car’s body by 0.4 inches when it reaches speeds over 84 mph. Other features include LED headlights, 19-inch alloy wheels, and eight-way power-adjustable front seats.

If you are on the hunt for a Porsche, but are wanting to make the adjustment over to the electric Taycan, the 4S could be an awesome option. It’s fast, sleek, stylish, and a ton of fun to drive (it’s a Porsche people).

5. GMC Hummer EV – $108,700.00 MSRP

They actually did it, GM brought back the Hummer nameplate, yes, the brand known for excess and low gas mileage. However, this time, it is still excess, but not gas mileage at all. That is because the Hummer EV is now an electric super truck. I say super truck, because it can hit 0 to 60 in 3 seconds. Even more impressive, is that it does that while being over 10,000 pounds with its massive battery.

The GMC Hummer EV is an electric vehicle that starts at $108,700. It has a range of up to 329 miles on a full charge. The Hummer EV also has a unique four-wheel steering system that allows it to crab walk, which essentially means that it can move side to side, rather than just front and back.

Other features include an air suspension system that can raise the vehicle up to 6 inches off the ground, and multiple cameras that provide a 360-degree view of the surrounding area. Whether you’re looking for an electric alternative to a gas-powered SUV or simply want a vehicle that can go off-road, the GMC Hummer EV is worth considering, even just to show off to your friends.

6. Tesla Model X – $120,990.00 MSRP

Did you like the Tesla Model S, but wish you could spend a bit more, and get a bigger vehicle? That is where the Model X fits into the lineup. This is Tesla’s luxury large SUV (not to be confused with the more entry level Model Y). The Tesla Model X has a starting price of o$120,990.00. Despite its high price tag, the Model X has a lot to offer in terms of features and performance.

The all-electric SUV can go from 0-60 mph in just 3.8 seconds (the Plaid version can do it in 2.3 seconds), making it one of the quickest vehicles on the road. It also has a range of up to 348 miles on a single charge, meaning you can take it on long trips without having to worry about running out of juice.

In terms of safety, the Model X is also among the best in its class. It features Autopilot, which can automatically brake, steer, and keep the vehicle in its lane. There’s also standard active safety features like blind spot monitoring and collision avoidance. All in all, the Tesla Model X is an impressive electric vehicle that offers a lot of features and performance for its high price tag.

7. Lucid Air Sapphire – $249,000.00 MSRP

This is the newest entrant to this list! While the regular Lucid Air sits below the $100K price point. This newest Sapphire version jumps all the way up over $200,000, making it much more expensive than even the Tesla Model S Plaid that it competes with.

For instance, the car has claims to have “the world’s longest-range EV,” with a range over 400 miles on a single charge in the. It also has fast-charging capabilities, which allows drivers to charge their car’s battery in just 20 minutes. In addition, the Lucid Air Sapphire comes with a variety of safety features, including an “Autonomous Driving” system that can help drivers avoid accidents. Overall, the Lucid Air Sapphire is a luxurious and safe option for drivers who are looking for an electric vehicle.

If you are someone that doesn’t quite want to follow everyone else to the Tesla name, then the Lucid Air Sapphire is a crazy fast, and high quality vehicle to consider.

8. Pininfarina Battista – $2,200,000.00 MSRP

Alright, now we are getting into the expensive electric vehicles. The Pininfarina Battista is an all-electric hypercar that was unveiled in 2019. With a price tag of over $2 million, it is one of the most expensive electric vehicles on the market. The Battista is also one of the quickest cars in the world, with a 0-60 mph time of under two seconds.

It has a max speed of 217 mph and a range of over 280 miles. The car is powered by four electric motors that produce a total of 1900 horsepower. It is also equipped with advanced battery technology that allows it to charge quickly. The Battista is handmade in Italy and only 150 will be produced.

9. Lotus Evija – $2,300,000.00 MSRP

The most expensive electric vehicle in the world is the Lotus Evija, with a price tag of over $2 million. The Evija is a supercar that can go from zero to 60 mph in under three seconds, and its top speed is over 200 mph. The car has a range of over 250 miles on a single charge, and it can be recharged in just 15 minutes.

The Evija is also the lightest electric car on the market, weighing in at just over 3,000 pounds. It is made entirely out of carbon fiber and aluminum, and it features a unique aerodynamic design. The Evija is truly a work of art, and its price tag reflects its status as the most exclusive and luxurious electric vehicle on the market.

10. Rimac Nivera – $2,400,000.00 MSRP

The Rimac Nivera is an electric vehicle that is priced well over this lists $100,000. With an MSRP of $2,400,000.00, it is one of the most expensive electric vehicles on the market. However, its features justify its high price tag. The Nivera comes with a 120 kWh battery pack that gives it a range of over 600 miles.

It also has a top speed of 248 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds. In addition, the Nivera comes equipped with a host of luxury features, including a carbon fiber body, 20-inch wheels, and leather upholstery. For anyone looking for the ultimate driving experience, the Rimac Nivera is the perfect choice.

It should also be mentioned, that Rimac recently purchased Bugatti, so we will likely find Bugatti’s name on this list quite soon, as the W16 gas engine is officially being phased out in favor of electric drivetrains.

11. Delorean Alpha 5 – TBD

The Delorean Alpha 5 is an electric vehicle that was first revealed in 2022. The car is expected to be released sometime in 2024, and it is likely to be priced over $100,000. TheAlpha 5 is a two-door coupe that has a sleek and futuristic design.

Now much else is known about this vehicle, as it was just announced before this article was written, however we will keep it updated as we learn more!

12. Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV – TBD

The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV is an electric vehicle that will likely be over $100,000 when released. While little is known about the vehicle so far, it is said to boast a range of up to 500 miles on a single charge and a 0-60 time of under 4.5 seconds.

The EQS will also feature a unique styling that sets it apart from other SUV’s on the market. With its sleek lines and aggressive stance, the EQS looks poised to turn heads when it hits showrooms. While its high price tag will likely limit its appeal to only the most affluent buyers, the EQS SUV promises to be an impressive addition to the growing list of electric vehicles on the market.

13. Lotus Eletre – TBD

The Lotus Eletre is an electric vehicle that was first teased in 2019. It is expected to be released in 2020 and will likely be over $100,000. The Lotus Eletre is a four-door SUV with a range of over 200 miles. It has a top speed of 161 mph and can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 43 seconds.

The Lotus Eletre will have a Level 3 autonomous driving system, making it one of the most technologically advanced cars on the market.

The Lotus Eletre is sure to be a game-changer in the world of electric vehicles, and its price tag reflects its cutting-edge nature.


As the world becomes increasingly focused on changing over to electric, luxury car makers are beginning to invest in electric vehicles. While there are still a limited number of options on the market, there are a few high-end EVs that are sure to be impressive.

From the sleek Tesla Model S to the futuristic Porsche Taycan, these luxury electric vehicles come with a hefty price tag. But for those who can afford it, these cars offer an electric option to travel in style.