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Electric Vehicle (EV) Models Continue to Expand

New models including SUVs, trucks and crossovers ensure there are plenty of options for buyers.

A few years back, your EV choices were minimal. Today, most automakers are offering a variety of electric models for all lifestyles. And the list will grow over the next couple of years. With SUVs, pickups, crossovers and sedans–there is an EV for everyone!
You can't help but notice the number of SUVs on the roads. Drivers like their roominess and style. A number of electric models are hitting the road as well. Ford has rolled out an all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV. It's sporty, starts under $45,000, and the extended range model can go more than 300 miles on a single charge.
The Tesla Model Y is another popular SUV model with up to 326 miles of range and all-wheel drive. Also available today is the Volkswagen ID.4 for under $40,000. In 2022, look for the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Nissan Ariya and Mazda MX30 to be available. Jeep is also working on a battery-powered version of its iconic Wrangler. Toyota and Subaru also have plans to roll out electric options in the next year or two. Right now, pricing is projected to be around $40,000 with up to 300 miles of range. The Toyota bz4X, for example, will resemble the RAV4 with edgier styling and a rooftop solar panel.
To check out models available today and coming soon, visit LovEV/models. The Electric Power Research Institute Consumer Guide to Electric Vehicles is an online tool that allows you to search by make, model, range and price. You also can get in touch with local dealers that participate in MGE's Dealership Network. The Dealership Network is a partnership with local dealerships to help you get answers to your questions on models, financing and charging.
There's a lot to discover—and a lot to love—about EVs. Learn more about EVs at mge.com/LovEV. And, for news and features about EVs, stay plugged in to the EV Rider section of mge2050.com.

published: Nov-15-2021

Debbie Branson

Until next time,

Debbie Branson

MGE Manager
of Electrification

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