Electric cars

Popular Electric Car Models in 2020


Tesla provides electric cars with a sleek individual style, and each of their popular models encompasses the signature Tesla class and quality. However, they each are unique in their models depending on the style and other factors. In this blog I’ll be comparing the most recent car models using their individual statistics, to help you decide which car suits you best if your buying or which one will be your next personal favorite. The models being compared are the Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model Y, Tesla Model X, and the Tesla Model S. Each of these models have different versions and I’ll be using the most recent models of each car for an accurate comparison.




The price of this model starts around $75,000

Originally launched in 2012 and seats up to 5 people.

The Long Range Plus version of this car has the longest battery life among all models. It has two versions, the Long Range Plus, and Performance:

Long Range Plus stat – 402 miles, 0-6 mph in 3.7 seconds

Performance – 348 miles, 0-6 mph in 2.3 seconds




The price of this model starts around $38,000.

Originally launched in 2016 and seats up to 5 people.

This model is very similar to model S however it has fewer customization options. It currently has three versions you can buy, the Standard Range Plus, Long Range, and Performance:

Standard Range Plus stats – 250 miles, 0-62 mph in 5.3 seconds

Long Range stats – 322 miles, 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds

Performance – 299 miles, 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds




The price of this model starts around $80,000.

Originally launched in 2015 and seats 6-7 people.

The most family-friendly Tesla model also has well-known falcon-wing doors. It has two versions at the moment, the Long Range Plus and Performance:

Long Range Plus – 351 miles, 0-62 mph in 4.4 seconds

Performance – 305 miles, 0-62 mph in 2.6 seconds




The price of this model starts around $53,000.

Originally launched in 201 and seats 6-7 people.

This model is currently only available in the US and it is both a small + compact car as well as an SU. It currently also only has two versions, Long Range and Performance:

Long Range – 316 miles, 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds

Performance – 315 miles, 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds

Most affordable: Model 3

Most expensive: Model X

Most popular: Model S

Most recent: Model Y 

There are multiple other luxury electric cars that have come out in recent years, each with different styles and performances. Where the Tesla cars model an original clean, sleek, and modern look, many of these other electric cars serve the same purpose with different designs. The other most popular electric cars to compare to the Tesla models include Hyundai Kona, Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, Chevrolet Bolt, Jaguar I-Pace, Audi e-tron, Porsche Taycan, Volkswagen e-Golf, and the Kia Niro:


Hyundai Kona

The Hyundai Kona has a nice sporty look and a fantastic infotainment system.

Price: from $20,300

Year Released: 2017

Seats: 5

Range: 258 mi battery-only

Nissan Leaf

A highly popular model with an expanded interior, this car is a best-selling EV.


Price: $31,600

Year Released: 2010

Seats: 5

Range: 150-226 mi battery-only

Porsche Taycan

Porsche’s first all-electric model delivers an excellent cabin and advanced technology.

Price: $103,800

Year Released: 2020

Seats: 4-5

Range: 170 mi battery-only

BMW i3

This BMW has high build quality and a unique eco-friendly interior.


Price: $44,450

Year Released: 2013

Seats: 4-5

Range: 126-153 mi battery-only

Kia Niro

The all-electric Kia is known for being high-quality and having a comfortable interior.

Price: $24,600

Year Released: 2020

Seats: 5

Range: 239 mi battery-only

Jaguar I-Pace

This car is highly capable of driving both off and on the road & features a classy interior.

Price: $69,850

Year Released: 2018

Seats: 5

Range: 234 mi battery-only

Chevrolet Bolt EV

This Chevrolet offers more range than many competitors, as well as spacious seating.


Price: $36,600

Year Released: 2016

Seats: 5

Range: 259 mi battery-only

Audi e-tron

This luxury SUV boasts outstanding features and a lavish look.

Price: $77,400

Year Released: 2019

Seats: 7

Range: 218 mi battery-only

Hyundai Ioniq EV

The Hyundai Ioniq EV boasts many upgrades in 2020 and spacious seating.

Price: $33,000

Year Released: 2020

Seats: 4-5

Range: 170 mi battery-only


Hopefully this blog helped summarize the models for you to help you make the best decision you can or just so you can learn more about each individual model or electric car!

Posted By Kash Vi

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