10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021

As gas prices soar, drivers are turning to electronic cars to help save their wallet and the environment. The car industry has come a long way with electronic car technology and battery life and vehicle performance of electric cars are better than ever. If you’ve been considering the change, here are 10 of the best all electric cars of 2021 that you can go give a test drive with to see if it will work with your daily commute. 

1. Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric 

Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric
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This is Volvo’s first all electric of version of the gasoline powered XC40. The electric version gives you a 208 mile range on a full charge and goes from zero to 60 in just 4.7 seconds. If you’re a loyal Volvo driver and don’t mind a shorter range compared to competitors this midsize SUV might be right for you. Pricing starts at $53.990. 

2. Hyundai Kona Electric 

Hyundai Kona Electric
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The 2021 Kona got an upgrade this year by ditching its gas-powered engine and going full electric. You get up to 258 miles of electric driving and the car comes with some unique personalization options. It offers similar functions as the Tesla Model 3 and Kia Niro EV but the starting price is unbeatable and has a great warranty to really seal the deal. 

3. Ford Mustang Mach-E – 10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E - 10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021
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Even mustang loves can jump on the electric bandwagon with Ford’s newest edition. You can choose between a rear or all-wheel drive and the car can go up to 305 miles of driving. The cabin holds give passengers and has great options for storage and cargo. Although the design is sleek, there isn’t too much that is similar to Ford’s classic mustang. 

4. Chevy Bolt EV 

Chevy Bolt EV
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The Chevy Bolt is a compact but roomy electric car that stands out to a lot of mainstream brand shoppers. The driving range is 259 miles and has a fast-charging capability that will give you 100 miles in 30 minutes. The starting price is around $40,000 and it offers one-pedal driving and a hands-free breaking feature. 

5. Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3
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Of course, we need to add the Tesla on here. If you can get your hands on one, it is a great electric car to invest in. This is one of the most luxury cars on this list and has a lot more techier options for those who like cool features in their car. It can get 220 miles, while is a little less then the above models but is still great for everyday use. 

6. Audi e-tron – 10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021

Audi e-tron - 10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021
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Audi jumped on the electric train as well with the e-tron. The car is not only spacious but has a beautiful luxurious feel to it and can easily five passengers. It gets around 222 miles per change, which isn’t bad. The downside is the hefty price tag of around $70,000. 

7. Hyundai Ioniq Electric 

Hyundai Ioniq Electric
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If you’re looking for a more affordable electric option, check out the Ioniq. The tech is user-friendly and the efficiency is great. The biggest downside is the miles per charge since you can only get about 124 miles before needing another boost. If you stick close to home and only need it for short trips, then it is a great investment and only cost around $30,000. 

8. Polestar 2 

Polestar 2
Photo: Polestar

For those who love independent companies, try Polestar. Founded by Volvo, this electric car gets 233 miles per charge and cost right under $60,000. It offers two-wheel drive and now comes with one engine instead of two. The design is sleek and looks like a luxury car. 

9. Nissan Leaf – 10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021

Nissan Leaf - 10 of the Best All Electric Cars of 2021
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The second gen of the Lead looks amazing and offers two trims. The car gets about 149 miles of range but if you upgrade to the Leaf plus that goes up to 226 miles, which is comparable to competitors. The car has enough space for you stuff but also comfortably fits four of your friends and yourself. MSRP starts around $27,000, which is great for anyone on a budget. 

10. Volkswagen ID .4 EV 

Volkswagen ID .4 EV
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The Volkswagen has great battery life, getting between 250-260 miles on just your batter alone. The SUV is sleek, and you get about 60 miles per every 10 minutes of charge. The cabin is spacious, but the hatchback gives you plenty of storage space. The car starts around 39,000 and needs to be reserved. 

These were the top ten electric cars of 2021 that you can give for a spin and see how they work with your lifestyle. Each car has its own unique price and features that might or might not work with you. The good things is each one is easy to look at and decide.