Last modified: Jun 18, 2024

EV models

The future is electric, and EVKX.net gives you a complete overview of the EV market's brands, models, and variants.

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Acura
Aion
Alfa Romeo
Audi
Automobili Pininfarina
BMW
BYD
Cadillac
Chevrolet
Citroën
CUPRA
Dacia
DS
Fiat
Fisker
Ford
Genesis
GMC
HiPhi
Honda
Hongqi
Hyundai
Jaguar
Jeep
Kia
Lancia
Lexus
Li Auto
Lotus
Lucid
Maserati
Mercedes
MG
Mini
Neta
Nio
Nissan
Opel
Peugot
Polestar
Porsche
Renault
Rimac
Rivian
Rolls-Royce
Seres
Skoda
Smart
Subaru
Tesla
Toyota
VinFast
Volkswagen
Volvo
VOYAH
Xiaomi
XPENG
YangWang
Zeekr
Acura

Acura

Acura is the luxury and performance division of Japanese automaker Honda, based primarily in North America. The brand was launched in 1986, marketing luxury and performance automobiles. Acura sells cars in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Panama, and Kuwait.

Acura has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Aion

Aion

Aion is a Chinese electric vehicle (EV) brand owned by GAC Group, one of the largest automakers in China. Aion was launched in 2018 as a sub-brand of GAC New Energy, and became an independent marque in 2020.

Aion has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo, the Italian luxury car manufacturer, is embracing electrification with a clear strategy. By 2027, Alfa Romeo plans to transform its lineup to be fully electric.

Alfa Romeo has 1 models with total 2 variants.

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Audi

Audi

Audi is a German car manufacturer that is part of the Volkswagen Group. It is known for its premium and sporty vehicles, as well as its slogan 'Vorsprung durch Technik', which means 'Progress through Technology'.

Audi has 5 models with total 36 variants.

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Automobili Pininfarina

Automobili Pininfarina is based in operational headquarters in Munich, Germany, with a team of experienced automotive executives from luxury and premium car brands.

Automobili Pininfarina has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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BMW

BMW

Electric drivetrains are a prerequisite for climate-neutral mobility of the future. This is why the BMW Group is consistently expanding its range of electric vehicles. As early as 2023, the Group will offer at least one fully electric model in virtually all key segments.

BMW has 7 models with total 19 variants.

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BYD

BYD

BYD is a multinational high-tech company dedicated to technological innovations for a better life. BYD operates in four industries, including automotive, electronics, new energy and rail.

BYD has 7 models with total 8 variants.

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Cadillac

Cadillac

Cadillac is a luxury brand of General Motors (GM) that produces and sells premium vehicles in North America, China, and other markets. Cadillac is known for its history of innovation, design, and performance, as well as its iconic models such as the Escalade, CTS, and Eldorado.

Cadillac has 2 models with total 3 variants.

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Chevrolet

Chevrolet

Chevrolet is one of the leading automakers in the electric vehicle (EV) market, with a vision to create a world with zero crashes, zero emissions, and zero congestion. The company is committed to providing EVs for everyone, from compact cars to full-size trucks, with a range of models that suit different needs and preferences.

Chevrolet has 3 models with total 7 variants.

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Citroën

Citroën

Citroën is a French automotive brand that was founded in 1919 by André Citroën. It is known for its innovative and distinctive designs, such as the Traction Avant, the 2CV, the DS, and the CX. Citroën is also a pioneer in mass production, front-wheel drive, hydropneumatic suspension, and aerodynamics. Citroën is part of the Stellantis group, which was formed in 2021 by the merger of PSA and FCA

Citroën has 2 models with total 2 variants.

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CUPRA

CUPRA

Cupra is a Spanish automobile brand that forms part of SEAT. It was created in 2018 as a spin-off of SEAT's performance division. Cupra stands for Cup Racing and reflects the brand's passion for racing and powerful car.

CUPRA has 2 models with total 6 variants.

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Dacia

Dacia

Dacia is a Romanian car manufacturer that is owned by Stellantis, the world's fourth-largest automaker. Dacia is known for its affordable and reliable cars, such as the Sandero, the Logan, and the Duster. Dacia launched its first electric car, the Spring, in 2021, which is based on the Renault City K-ZE

Dacia has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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DS

DS

DS is a premium automobile marque that was founded and developed from French manufacturer Citroën. DS was first announced in 2009 as a sub-brand of Citroën, applied to certain models that had distinctive design and features.

DS has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Fiat

Fiat

Fiat is an Italian car company that is part of the Stellantis group, which also includes brands like Peugeot, Citroën, Jeep, Chrysler and Dodge. Fiat is known for its small and compact cars, such as the Fiat 500, Panda and Tipo.

Fiat has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Fisker

Fisker

Fisker Inc. is an American electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer that was founded in 2016 by Henrik Fisker, a well-known automotive designer. The company is based in Manhattan Beach, California, and is focused on creating sustainable, electric mobility solutions.

Fisker has 1 models with total 3 variants.

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Ford

Ford

Ford is one of the world's leading automakers, with a history of innovation and excellence that spans more than a century. Ford is also committed to leading the transition to a more sustainable and electrified future, with a range of hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) that offer performance, efficiency, technology and convenience.

Ford has 3 models with total 10 variants.

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Genesis

Genesis

Genesis is a luxury car brand that was launched by Hyundai Motor Group in 2015. It aims to provide positive and innovative experiences for its customers through its design, performance, and service.

Genesis has 2 models with total 4 variants.

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GMC

GMC

GMC is a division of General Motors that specializes in trucks, SUVs and crossovers. GMC stands for General Motors Truck Company and was founded in 1911. GMC is known for its professional grade vehicles that combine capability, luxury and technology.

GMC has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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HiPhi

HiPhi

HiPhi is a premium electric vehicle brand of Human Horizons, a Chinese technology and mobility company.

HiPhi has 3 models with total 5 variants.

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Honda

Honda

Honda is a Japanese multinational conglomerate that manufactures automobiles, motorcycles, and power equipment. It is the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer and one of the largest automobile manufacturers. Honda also has a luxury brand called Acura, which it launched in 1986 as the first Japanese luxury brand.

Honda has 2 models with total 3 variants.

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Hongqi

Hongqi

Hongqi is a Chinese car brand that belongs to the state-owned FAW Group. The name means Red Flag and it is a symbol of the Communist Party of China. Hongqi was founded in 1958 and is known for making luxury cars for the Chinese government and elites.

Hongqi has 1 models with total 4 variants.

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Hyundai

Hyundai

Hyundai Motor Co. (HMC), established in 1967, is the auto sales leader in the Korean domestic market and exports vehicles to 190 countries worldwide. Hyundai Motor Co. operates the world's largest integrated automobile manufacturing facility in Ulsan, located on Korea's southeast coast. Their electric IONIQ series of EV has been popular.

Hyundai has 3 models with total 7 variants.

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Jaguar

Jaguar

Jaguar is a luxury vehicle brand of Jaguar Land Rover, a British multinational car manufacturer with its headquarters in Coventry, England. Jaguar Cars was founded in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company, originally making motorcycle sidecars before developing bodies for passenger cars. The company's name was changed from SS Cars to Jaguar Cars in 1945.

Jaguar has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Jeep

Jeep

Jeep is a brand of American automobiles that is known for its off-road and SUV vehicles. Jeep is planning to electrify its entire lineup by 2025 and is expecting 50% of its US sales to be fully electric by 2030.

Jeep has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Kia

Kia

Kia Corporation was founded in May 1944 and is Korea’s oldest manufacturer of motor vehicles. From humble origins making bicycles and motorcycles, Kia has grown – as part of the dynamic, global Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group – to become the world’s fifth largest vehicle manufacturer.

Kia has 4 models with total 11 variants.

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Lancia

Lancia

Lancia is a historic Italian car brand that is owned by Stellantis, the world's fourth-largest automaker. Lancia is known for its stylish and innovative cars, such as the Stratos, the Delta, and the Ypsilon.

Lancia has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Lexus

Lexus

The Lexus journey begins in 1983, when a Japanese team of engineers, designers and technicians were assigned a secret project that required them to reimagine luxury automotive. They were to set new standards of production in order to build an ambitious new vehicle that would outshine the world's best.

Lexus has 2 models with total 2 variants.

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Li Auto

Li Auto Inc., a prominent player in China’s electric vehicle (EV) market, has an exciting roadmap for the future.

Li Auto has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Lotus

Lotus

Lotus, the British sports car maker famous for its lightweight and agile models, is undergoing a radical transformation. The company, which is now owned by Chinese giant Geely, has announced that it will stop producing combustion-engined cars after the launch of the Emira, its last petrol-powered model.

Lotus has 2 models with total 6 variants.

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Lucid

Lucid

Lucid is an American manufacturer of electric luxury vehicles that was founded in 2007 as a battery company. It rebranded as Lucid Motors in 2016 and announced its first model, the Lucid Air, a high-performance sedan with a range of up to 516 miles. Lucid also plans to launch an electric SUV, the Lucid Gravity, in 2024.

Lucid has 2 models with total 6 variants.

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Maserati

Maserati, the iconic Italian luxury car brand, has a comprehensive EV strategy as part of its commitment to electrification and sustainable growth. The brand has confirmed its dedication to a 100% Engineered and Made in Italy strategic plan, which is focused on bold electrification. Maserati is the first Italian luxury brand to develop and produce all-electric vehicles, and it's driving through a sustainable long-term profitable growth plan centered on consistent brand and product evolution.

Maserati has 2 models with total 2 variants.

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Mercedes

Mercedes

Mercedes-Benz,commonly referred to as Mercedes and sometimes as Benz, is a German luxury and commercial vehicle automotive brand established in 1926. By 2022, Mercedes-Benz will have battery electric vehicles (BEV) in all segments the company serves.

Mercedes has 8 models with total 32 variants.

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MG

MG

MG is a British car brand that was founded in 1924 and is now owned by SAIC Motor, a Chinese automobile group. MG has a long history of producing sports cars and roadsters, but in recent years it has shifted to electric and hybrid vehicles.

MG has 5 models with total 11 variants.

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Mini

Mini is a British car brand that is owned by BMW Group. It is known for its iconic small cars that combine style, performance, and fun.

Mini has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Neta

Neta

Neta is a Chinese electric vehicle (EV) brand that was founded in 2014 by Hozon Auto, a company based in Zhejiang province. Neta produces affordable and smart EVs that target the lower end of the market, such as the Neta N01, Neta U, Neta V, and Neta S models. Neta also has a sports car model, the Neta GT, that aims to create a higher-end image for the brand.

Neta has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Nio

Nio

Nio Inc is a Chinese multinational automobile manufacturer headquartered in Shanghai, specializing in designing and developing electric vehicles. The company develops battery-swapping stations for its vehicles, as an alternative to conventional charging stations.

Nio has 7 models with total 8 variants.

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Nissan

Nissan

Nissan is a multinational automobile manufacturer headquartered in Yokohama, Japan. It was founded in 1933 as the 'Nissan Motor Company Ltd.' and has since become one of the largest automakers in the world. Nissan offers a wide range of vehicles, from small city cars to luxury sedans and SUVs.

Nissan has 1 models with total 4 variants.

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Opel

Opel

Opel is a German automobile manufacturer that has been a subsidiary of Stellantis since 2021. It was previously owned by General Motors and PSA Group. Opel produces passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, and vehicle parts, and sells them under the Opel and Vauxhall brands in Europe and other regions.

Opel has 2 models with total 3 variants.

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Peugot

Peugot

Peugeot is a French brand of automobiles that was founded in 1810 as a steel foundry that later produced hand tools, kitchen equipment, bicycles and cars. Peugeot is known for its lion logo, which was registered in 1858 by Émile Peugeot. Peugeot is part of the Stellantis group, which was formed in 2021 by the merger of PSA Peugeot Citroën and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Peugot has 5 models with total 7 variants.

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Polestar

Polestar

Polestar is a Swedish electric vehicle (EV) brand that was launched in 2017 as a standalone brand under the Volvo Car Group and its parent company, Geely Holding. Polestar's focus is on developing premium electric cars that combine cutting-edge technology, sustainable materials, and minimalist design.

Polestar has 3 models with total 6 variants.

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Porsche

Porsche

Porsche is a German luxury sports car manufacturer that was founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche. The company has a long history of producing high-performance sports cars that are known for their engineering excellence, innovative design, and motorsports success.

Porsche has 2 models with total 26 variants.

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Renault

Renault

Renault is a French car manufacturer that has a strong focus on electric vehicles (EVs). Renault has been a pioneer in the EV market since it launched the first mass-produced electric car, the ZOE, in 2012.

Renault has 3 models with total 4 variants.

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Rimac

Rimac

Rimac Automobili is a Croatian company that produces electric hypercars and provides technology solutions to global automotive manufacturers. The company was founded in 2009 by Mate Rimac, who converted his BMW 3 Series into an electric car and gained attention from investors and the media. Rimac Automobili's first model, the Concept One, was the world's fastest production electric car.

Rimac has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Rivian

Rivian

Rivian is an electric vehicle maker that was founded in 2009 by RJ Scaringe. Rivian's EV strategy is to focus on producing premium electric trucks and SUVs that can handle off-road adventures and everyday driving. Rivian's first products are the R1T pickup truck and the R1S SUV, which have a range of up to 400 miles and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in about 3 seconds.

Rivian has 1 models with total 7 variants.

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Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce

Rolls Royce is a British luxury car maker that is known for its high-end vehicles and bespoke craftsmanship. The company has recently announced that it will go all-electric by 2030, following the trend of other automakers that are committed to the decarbonisation of the transport sector.

Rolls-Royce has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Seres

Seres

Seres is a global electric vehicle manufacturer that was established by the Sokon Group in Silicon Valley, USA. Seres produces electric vehicles with advanced technology, impressive performance, and intelligent features.

Seres has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Skoda

Skoda

The Czech car manufacturer aims to be one of the five best-selling brands in Europe by 2030, and the company plans to become the leading European brand in the growth regions of India, Russia and North Africa.

Skoda has 1 models with total 7 variants.

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Smart

Smart

The Smart car manufacturer is a German automotive marque that produces small electric vehicles. It is a joint venture between Mercedes-Benz AG and Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, established in 2019. The venture is headquartered in Ningbo, China, and aims to produce Smart-badged cars in China to be marketed globally.

Smart has 2 models with total 4 variants.

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Subaru

Subaru

Subaru is a Japanese automaker that produces vehicles with advanced technology, impressive performance, and intelligent features. Subaru is known for its permanent all-wheel drive system, boxer engine, and EyeSight driver assistance system. Subaru also has a strong reputation for safety, reliability, and durability.

Subaru has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Tesla

Tesla

Tesla, Inc., founded by Elon Musk in 2003, is a leading American electric vehicle (EV) and clean energy company headquartered in Palo Alto, California. Tesla's mission is to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy through the production of electric vehicles, renewable energy solutions, and energy storage systems.

Tesla has 5 models with total 18 variants.

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Toyota

Toyota

Toyota is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world, producing about 10 million vehicles per year. Historycally Toyota has been negative to EV, but launched it first all-electric model in 2022.

Toyota has 1 models with total 2 variants.

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VinFast

VinFast

VinFast is a Vietnamese car company that is part of Vingroup, one of the largest private corporations in Vietnam. VinFast was founded in 2017 and is the first Vietnamese car brand to expand into global markets.

VinFast has 1 models with total 2 variants.

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Volkswagen

Volkswagen

Volkswagen’s product portfolio is focused on electric mobility. The last purely combustion-driven platform will be developed in 2026. After that, only electric vehicles will be developed. Even with today’s current power mix in the EU, battery-powered drive systems offer the best balance for the climate out of all drive concepts and this will continue to improve over the years to come.

Volkswagen has 5 models with total 25 variants.

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Volvo

Volvo

Volvo is a Swedish multinational automotive company that produces a range of cars, trucks, buses, and construction equipment. The company was founded in 1927 and has since become known for its commitment to safety, innovation, and sustainability.

Volvo has 7 models with total 18 variants.

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VOYAH

VOYAH

Voyah is a car brand that specializes in designing and developing electric vehicles. Voyah is the premium division of Chinese state-owned automaker Dongfeng Motor Corporation.

VOYAH has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Xiaomi

Xiaomi

Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant known for its smartphones, has entered the electric vehicle (EV) market with the launch of its first EV, the Xiaomi SU7. The company has positioned the SU7 as a 'full-size high-performance eco-technology sedan' and has set an aggressive pricing strategy to compete in the highly saturated EV market

Xiaomi has 1 models with total 3 variants.

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XPENG

XPENG

XPeng is a Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer that was founded in 2014 by He Xiaopeng, a former Alibaba executive and internet entrepreneur. The company is headquartered in Guangzhou, Guangdong, with offices in Mountain View, California, United States and is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

XPENG has 5 models with total 9 variants.

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YangWang

YangWang

Yangwang is a Chinese luxury electric car brand owned by BYD Auto and marketed by Shenzhen Yangwang Auto Sales Co., Ltd. The brand was introduced in January 2023 and targets the high-end market segment with its innovative technology and design.

YangWang has 1 models with total 1 variants.

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Zeekr

Zeekr

Zeekr is a new luxury electric vehicle (EV) brand launched by Geely Automobile in 2021. The brand aims to compete with Tesla and other high-end EV makers in China and beyond. Zeekr's EV strategy is based on four pillars design, technology, performance and customer experience.

Zeekr has 4 models with total 8 variants.

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Most sold EVs globaly

Below, you find the top 10 most-sold EV models in the world. Click on the name for full info.