EVs are becoming more mainstream and offer an appealing showroom experience. They also help decarbonize the automotive world and reduce emissions that contribute to climate change. McKinsey estimates EVs will account for half of all passenger cars in 2030, but there are still obstacles to

Until recently, most electric vehicles were small commuter sedans and SUVs. But in the last half-decade, EVs have exploded in size and popularity. They now come in nearly every body style, from superminis to 3-row SUVs and offer impressive battery range, cabin space and interior design.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV)

Powered by an electric motor that assists a gas engine, hybrid vehicles use regenerative braking to recharge their batteries. They can be driven on the highway with no emissions, but cannot be charged at fast or L2 charging stations.

Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV)

Totally electric, BEVs have no gasoline engine and can be driven on the highway with no emissions. They can be charged at fast and L2 chargers.

Electric Trucks

If you need the versatility of a pickup bed, consider an electric one like the Kia Niro EV, Tesla Model X Pickup or Lucid Air Dream Edition. They deliver best-in-class cargo capacity, range and face-flattening acceleration. These models can carry the heaviest loads and are ideal for work as well as play. They’re also taller and heavier than their gasoline counterparts, so keep that in mind when planning your routes. Also, plan ahead for how long you can leave your truck plugged in; the heater and A/C will drain the battery.


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