- BMW i3 (BEV)
- You can't tell just by looking at it, but the BMW i3 is the most expensive dollar-per-electric-mile vehicle available in the US. Each mile of range costs you a whopping $523.46. As with all of the vehicles on this list, this is the vehicle's base MSRP divided by the official EPA range.
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- Tesla Model S 70D
- The Tesla Model S may be the most-expensive mass-market EV available today, but on a cost-per-electric mile basis, it's actually the cheapest. It costs just $312.50 to put a mile of electric range in one of these, you just have to pay for 240 of them at once.
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