The Top 10 Clean, Green EVs for St. Patrick's Day

These battery electric vehicles are your lucky charms for EPA miles per gallon equivalent efficiency.
  • 1.Telsa Model 3. Image source: Tesla Motors

    141 MPGe combined highway/city, 24 kW/100 miles

  • 2. Hyundai Ioniq. Image source: Hyundai Motor America

    136 MPGe combined highway/city, 25 kW/100 miles

  • 3. Tesla Model Y. Image source: Tesla Motors

    123 MPGe combined highway/city, 27 kW/100 miles

  • 4. Hyundai Kona Electric. Image source: Hyundai Motor America

    120 MPGe combined highway/city, 27 kW/100 miles

  • 5. (tie) Chevrolet Bolt. Image source: General Motors Co.

    119 MPGe combined highway/city, 28 kW/100 miles

  • 5. (tie) Volkswagen e-Golf. Image source: Volkswagen of America

    119 MPGe combined highway/city, 28 kW/100 miles

  • 7. (tie) Kia Soul EV. Image source: Kia Motors America

    114 MPGe combined highway/city, 30 kW/100 miles

     

  • 7. (tie) Honda Clarity Electric. Image source: American Honda

    114 MPGe combined highway/city, 30 kW/100 mile

  • 9. BMW i3. Image source: BMW North America

    113 MPGe combined highway/city, 30 kW/100 mile

  • 10. (tie) Nissan Leaf. Image source: Nissan North America

    112 MPGe combined highway/city, 30 kW/100 mile

  • 10. (tie) Kia Niro EV. Image source: Kia Motors America

    112 MPGe combined highway/city, 30 kW/100 mile

 

Dan Carney is a Design News senior editor, covering automotive technology, engineering and design, especially emerging electric vehicle and autonomous technologies.

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