Top 10 Most Expensive Electric Cars Currently on the Market

Porsche Taycan Turbo S: The Taycan Turbo S is Porsche’s first electric vehicle, and the company went all out. The 750-horsepower car has enough power to sprint from zero to 60.

Lotus Evija: At number two is the fastest Lotus ever made: the Lotus Evija. The hypercar features nearly 2,000 horsepower, hits top speeds of more than 200 mph.

Tesla Roadster: Tesla released its first car in 2008, then released an all-new Tesla Roadster in 2011. The expensive car features two seats, rear-wheel drive, and a 288-horsepower electric motor.

Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-EQ EQS: features airmatic air suspension, an optional sunroof, and up to 350 miles of range per charge.

Tesla Model S Plaid: Tesla is definitely one of the biggest names in electric cars — and the brand’s Model S Plaid is one of the most expensive on the market.

Rimac Nevera: This car is insanely powerful. With four electric motors, the vehicle sprints to 60 in less than two seconds and hits 258 mph with ease. 

Nio EP9: Nio originally made just six examples of its EP9 electric car, but popular demand led the company to make 10 more.

Audi RS E-Tron GT: Audi is no stranger to expensive cars. In 2012, the brand introduced a race car valued at about $30,000,000, so this RS E-Tron GT is comparatively pretty cheap.

Drako GTE:  was made by Dean Drako, a Silicon Valley businessman and CEO of Barracuda Networks. Drako worked with Shiv Sikand to develop his electric supercar.

Hispano Suiza Bespoke Electric Hypercar: Heading into the top three we’ve got a custom hypercar made by Hispano Suiza. The vehicle was Suiza’s first for a client in the U.S.

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