All of the electric vehicles on sale today: November 2020 edition

The list of electric vehicles available to buy is growing rapidly with 15 models available from nine major automakers today. That number is set to grow before the end of the year (Ford Mustang Mach-E) and will expand even further by the end of 2021.

Last year one in 20 new vehicles sold globally is electric according to a recent McKinsey & Company report, up from one in 100 four years earlier. While growing quickly in popularity, trucks (the number-one vehicle segment in the U.S.) are still absent among the EV ranks. This is set change with the Rivian R1T, Tesla Cybertruck, GMC Hummer EV, and Ford F-150 EV on deck to hit showrooms in the next two years.

Until then, buyers still have a robust lineup of electric cars and crossovers from mainstream and luxury brands to choose from. When shopping an EV some of the top considerations include availability, range, price, and available incentives. We’ve broken these factors down for a quick reference guide to all the new EVs you can buy today.

Audi

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e-Tron Sportback

  • Starting price: $69,100
  • Range: 218 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: Yes
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500
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e-Tron SUV

  • Starting price: $65,900
  • Range: 222 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: Yes
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

BMW

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i3

  • Starting price: $44,450
  • Range: 153 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: Yes
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Chevrolet

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Bolt

  • Starting price: $36,620
  • Range: 259 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: Yes
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Hyundai

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Ioniq

  • Starting price: $33,045
  • Range: 170 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500
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Kona Electric

  • Starting price: $37,190
  • Range: 258 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Jaguar

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i-Pace

  • Starting price: $69,850
  • Range: 234 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Kia

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Niro EV

  • Starting price: $39,090
  • Range: 239 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Mini

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Cooper S E

  • Starting price: $29,900
  • Range: 110 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

READ: 2021 Mini Cooper S E review

Nissan

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Leaf

  • Starting price: $31,600
  • Range: 149-226 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: Yes
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Porsche

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Taycan

  • Starting price: $103,800
  • Range: 192-203 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: Yes
  • Federal tax incentive: $7,500

Tesla

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Model 3

  • Starting price: $37,990
  • Range: 263-353 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: N/A
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Model Y

  • Starting price: $49,990
  • Range: 303-326 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: N/A
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Model S

  • Starting price: $69,420
  • Range: 387-520 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: N/A
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Model X

  • Starting price: $79,990
  • Range: 341-371 miles
  • Sold in 50 states: No
  • Federal tax incentive: N/A
Written by Samanthan Rutherford