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What's Coming, When.

Virtually every major auto manufacturer in the world, along with numerous smaller outfits, is developing a plug-in vehicle and Plug In America is tracking their progress. Our list below represents highway-capable cars and trucks, 2- and 3-wheeled, and commercial vehicles. To be included on this list, legitimate companies must have completed a concept, demonstration, or mule vehicle, and we list these at our discretion. Low-speed electric vehicles are not included. Vehicle prices listed do not include rebates.

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Key terms: EV: Electric Vehicle, PHEV: Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (includes Extended Range Electric Vehicles), AER: All-electric range, SOC: state-of-charge, EVSE: Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (Charging Station), SAE J1772™: US charging connector standard, CVRPClean Vehicle Rebate Project

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Make / Model Drivetrain Description Range Top Speed Price (USD) Targetsort icon Image
Mitsubishi
'i'
EV

The Mitsubishi i is one of the most efficient passenger vehicles in North America, rated at 112 MPGe. The 'i' is powered by a 47kW AC synchronous motor and a 16-kWh Li-ion battery pack...

62 mi 81 mph $29,125
Now Available
Mitsubishi 'i', courtesy of Mitsubishi Motors North America
Nissan
LEAF
EV

The Nissan LEAF was built from the ground up to be an EV. It is a 5-seater, 4-door hatchback based on Versa/Tida platform. The LEAF has an 80kW electric motor...

75 mi 90 mph $28,800
Now Available
Nissan Leaf, courtesy of Nissan
Ford
Focus Electric
EV

The Focus Electric is based on Ford's next generation Focus body. The vehicle is powered by 23 kWh of Li-ion batteries with active liquid cooling.

76 mi 100 mph $39,200
Now Available
Focus Electric, courtesy of Ford
Balqon
Nautilus E20/E30
EV

The Nautilus is an all-electric shipping cargo port drayage tractor with a 60,000-pound max payload and a 30-60 mi range, depending on payload and battery configuration...

60 mi 40 mph $208,000
Now Available
Balqon Nautilus E20/E30
Brammo
Enertia Plus
EV

The Enertia Plus is an all-electric street bike, powered by a 13kW electric motor and 6.2kWh of Valence Li-ion phosphate batteries. The batteries, which give the Enertia...

80 mi 62 mph $10,995
Now Available
Enertia, Courtesy of Brammo
Commuter Cars
Tango T600
EV

A unique 2 passenger car with inline seating and a range of 40-200 mi, depending on battery choice. The T600 will accelerate from 0-60 in just 4 sec...

200 mi 135 mph $200,000
Now Available
Commuter Cars Tango T600
Chevrolet
Volt
PHEV

GM's EREV, extended range electric vehicle, with a 16.5kWh Li-ion battery from LG Chem, giving the Volt a 38 mi all electric range and 379 mi total range.

37 mi 100 mph $39,145
Now Available
Chevy Volt, courtesy of General Motors
Smith EVs
Newton EV
EV

Large delivery truck already marketed in UK, range up to 100 mi, top speed 50 mph, Li-ion Iron Phosphate battery, onboard charger allows 6-8 hr recharge...

100 mi 50 mph
TBA
Now Available
Smith EVs Newton EV
Toyota
2nd Gen. RAV4 EV
EV

The second generation Toyota RAV4 EV is the result of the Toyota and Tesla Motors collaboration. Based on the popular RAV4 compact SUV and powered by a Tesla electric powertrain...

100 mi 103 mph $49,800
Now Available
2013 Rav4 EV, courtesy of Toyota
Fiat
500e
EV
The Fiat 500e is an all electric version of the Fiat 500. The 500e is powered by an 83 kW electric motor and a 24 kWh lithium-ion battery pack... 87 mi 85 mph $32,500
Now Available
Fiat 500e, courtesy of Fiat
Peraves
MonoTracer e
EV

High performance pure battery electric version of the MonoTracer®, a two-wheeled fully enclosed cabin motorcycle with retractable lateral stabilizer wheels...

200 mi 150 mph $104,320
Now Available
Peraves MonoTracer e
Tesla Motors
Model S
EV

The Model S is a new ground-up 4-door, 7-seat sedan built by California EV startup Tesla Motors. It's range will be based on battery options of 208 miles and 265 miles...

265 mi 120 mph $71,070
Now Available
Courtesy of Tesla Motors
Smith EVs
Edison
PHEV

Available in as chassis cab, panel van or 15 seater minibus. Uses 40kWh Li-ion Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery, 90kW induction motor, payload up to 3960lbs

100 mi 50 mph
TBA
Now Available
Smith EVs Edison
Toyota
Plug-in Prius
PHEV

OEM PHEV conversion based on 3rd generation Prius using Li-ion batteries. All electric range of around 13 miles, while below 100 km/h (62 mph)...

15 mi 112 mph $32,000
Now Available
2012 Plug-in Prius, courtesy of Toyota
Wheego
Whip LiFe
EV

Two-passenger Smart-sized vehicle with 45kW brushless AC motor, top speed 65mph, 28kW LiFe battery pack, 10 hour charge time at 240VAC...

100 mi 65 mph $32,995
Now Available
Wheego Whip LiFe, courtesy of Wheego
Brammo
Empulse
EV

Brammo's newest motorcycle, the Empulse, is an all electric, aluminum-framed motorcycle powered by a 40 kW sealed permanent AC synchronous motor...

77 mi 100 mph $16,995
Now Available
Brammo Empulse
Mavizen
TTX02
EV

Single passenger with 7.5kWh battery pack (4kWh and 10kWh also available), integrated computer with internet connectivity, street legal version available...

110 mi 130 mph $40,000
Now Available
Mavizen TTX02
Quantya
Strada
EV

Street-legal version of the Swiss Quantya Track off-road dirt bike. Quantya's LiPo Energy 40Ah 48V battery provides about 3 hours of riding time and a 2 hour recharge time...

30 mi 55 mph $10,700
Now Available
Quantya Strada
Vectrix
VX-1
EV

All electric scooter capable of transporting two passengers. A brushless 21kW DC, radial air-gap rear-hub motor brings the VX-1 from 0-50 mph in 6.8 sec...

85 mi 62 mph
TBA
Now Available
Vectrix VX-1
Zero Motorcycles
Zero S-ZF6
EV

The 2012 Zero S leverages a completely new battery cell chemistry and configuration.The Zero S electric motorcycle features an aircraft grade alloy frame and a low friction belt drive...

76 mi 88 mph $11,495
Now Available
2012 Zero S, courtesy of Zero Motorcycles