At the end of the decade, electric car sales were accelerating before a major change in vehicle ownership behavior took place. But one of the biggest obstacles to electricity is worrying about power outages.

Although the charging network is improving, recharging your batteries takes longer than charging with gasoline or diesel and there are fewer charging stations than gas stations.

While many people can charge chargers at home, this is not possible for everyone, so “anxiety” is becoming more and more serious.

So if you are looking for an electric car in 2022 but you are traveling long distances, here are 10 current models to consider.

1. Mercedes Benz EQS – 453 miles

Mercedes Benz is a leader in electric cars – but at a price

The Mercedes-Benz EQS is currently the longest-running car on sale in the UK. It is basically an electric version of the company’s S-Class model, one of the most affordable and technologically advanced cars you can afford.

This continues with EQS, which has all the best tools and technologies that have not been seen on other models for years. But starting at less than £ 100,000, it is expensive.

2. Tesla Model S – 405 miles

Tesla Model S
Tesla Model S is one of the most sought after cars in the region.

Thanks to the efforts of American entrepreneur Elon Musk, when it comes to electric vehicles, few companies are as attractive as Tesla. And last year it was the second-best-selling car in the UK, making headlines, but the Model S is the key if you want a regional key.

You need to go for a two-engine universal-drive model that can go 0-60 miles per hour in 3.1 seconds. However, surprisingly, the ridiculously fast three-wheeled model can still go 396 miles for a fee, still somewhat ahead of the third-placed car on this list.

The damage? Tesla is clearly prioritizing the much-needed Model 3 offerings – you can make a £ 100 refund for the Model S, but there is no shipping estimate and no quoted prices, although they should start around £ 75,000.

3. BMW iX – 380 miles

The BMW flag iX really got its way

BMW may have been a bit slow to get the electric “i” brand off the ground, but the iX flag hit the road. The look is challenging but one thing they will not deny is that he has a wonderful interior and a great driving experience.

Like Tesla and Mercedes, you have to pay special attention to the long range – the iX xDrive50 version up to 380 miles starts at, 93,905.

4. Ford Mustang Match-E – 379 miles

Mustang Mach-E
The Mustang has one of the best value ratios around.

The first of the most affordable models on this list, the Mustang Mach-E may not be very good to drive but it has one of the best interior finishes and the best price-to-range ratios.

To achieve this maximum range, you need to choose a low-power rear-wheel drive model with an extended range battery. Prices start at £ 47,580.

5. BMW i4 – 365 miles

BMW i4
The I4 has a classic style but has a large battery at the bottom.

Another BMW, but this time it is a saloon rather than an SUV. Unsurprisingly based on the popular 4-series, the i4 has a standard style but has a larger battery at the bottom.

Like the iX, it offers excellent driving experience with the most comfortable suspension systems of any electric vehicle. It is not as practical as iX, but it is much cheaper, starting at £ 51,905.

6. Tesla Model 3 – 360 miles

Tesla Model 3
Model 3 is by far the most affordable Tesla.

The Tesla Model 3 broke all records for electric vehicles in the UK last year, with only the most popular Vawhal course being sold. Tesla is by far the most affordable and brings the company’s minimalist cabinets and exciting driving experience to a wider market.

There are a few variants but the fastest two-speed model is the two-speed model, which starts at £ 49,990.

7. Tesla Model X – 348 miles

Tesla Model X
The Model X has seven seats and a large cabinet.

The third and final is the Tesla Model X. It is the company’s only SUV and is as good as a family car, with seven seats and a clear large cabinet.

Like Model S, it is not entirely clear when you will get your Model X now, but once your car arrives, it will look 348 miles from the battery. Prices are not currently listed but expect them to start over £ 80,000.

8. Volkswagen ID.3 – 340 miles

Volkswagen ID.3
ID.3 is an attempt to shape the Volkswagen EV market.

Volkswagen has developed the best all-encompassing family car in golf, and the ID.3 firm is trying to do the same for the EV market. Looking at sales figures, it is doing well.

There are attractive low-level entry level options, but to get the maximum range you need a tour guide, which starts at £ 40,550 and gives you all the equipment you need.

9. Skoda Enyaq – 336 miles

Skoda Enyaq
Enyaq has excellent construction quality and beautiful appearance.

Although ID.3 is a good seller, Skoda Enyaq is probably a more attractive version. Skoda is part of the WB team and shares several episodes, sharing the platform with Enyaq and ID.3.

However, Skoda is in many ways an excellent build quality and a beautiful exterior. Select the 80 model to get the maximum range at the same price as the Volkswagen – definitely worth looking at.

10. Polyester 2 – 335 miles

Polyester 2
Polster is a newcomer to the car market.

Polstar is a newcomer to the car market, having previously served as Volvo’s operating arm. It now manufactures state-of-the-art electric cars based on the Swedish carmaker.

The Polster 2 is unique in that it stands out along the way and is getting the most out of Volvo’s small interiors. If you want something a little different from the norm, this model should be on your list. The long-distance model along with others on this list starts at around ,000 43,000.

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