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We rank all 2015 EVs by range-per-dollar [UPDATE]

On Average, One Mile Of Electric Range Will Cost You $384.36 Today

On a cost-per-electric-mile basis, the Tesla Model S is the cheapest EV you can buy today. The most expensive? A BMW i3.

Fisker Karma gets rated at 112 mpg from Europe's TUV

Recently, the Fisker Karma was confirmed to be capable of 51.6 miles in electric range by the European regulatory body TÜV. This was a shade more impressive than the EPA's 32-mile EV range calculation.

Nissan claims average Leaf is driven 37 miles per day, more range not needed

How much range does an electric vehicle really need? A hundred miles... two-hundred miles? We suppose the answer to that question depends on who you're asking, and if you're asking Nissan, the answer you'll get may be surprising.

Production Toyota Prius Plug-in to boast more than 13 miles of electric-only range

In the transition from prototype to production form, the Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid will reportedly be subject to some minor modifications. It's believed the production version of the plug-in hybrid, wh

Report: GM to build battery-only Volt, Lutz acknowledges range drops when cold

2011 Chevrolet Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery