Choosing your electric vehicle.
Discover all the options on the market today.
The switch from fossil fuel to fully electric has happened quickly, with a dramatic shift still expected.
Government policies and technological advances provide momentum, even amidst a slow wider market.
EV market keeps growing in ongoing response to climate change, air quality and market volatility.
|Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)||Fully Electric Vehicles (EVs)|
|Powered by batteries until the energy is depleted, and then they switch to gas power.||Powered solely by batteries.
|Require oil changes and other combustion engine-related maintenance.||Do not have a combustion engine, reducing maintenance and increasing storage capacity.
|Can travel anywhere from 10 to 53 miles solely on their battery.||There are no tailpipe emissions.|
|Have enough range for the average American's commute so most daily driving would be electric, and the combustion engine allows flexibility for long-distance travel.||Some cars can travel from 150 up to 335 miles on a single charge, depending on the model.|
|Using regenerative braking, the car can recharge the batteries instead of wearing down the brake pads when braking.||Using regenerative braking, the car can recharge the batteries instead of wearing down the brake pads when braking.|
|Batteries are charged by plugging the car into a standard electrical outlet or charging station.||Batteries are charged by plugging the car into a standard electrical outlet or charging station.|
|Are eligible for the federal tax credit up to $7,500, depending on battery size.||Are eligible for the full $7,500 federal tax credit.|