Every Electric Crossover and SUV on Sale for 2022

Looking to go green with a practical, battery-powered hauler? You have options.

Collage of electric crossovers and SUVs on sale for 2022Photos by Multiple Manufacturers  

Battery-electric SUVs are no longer an anomaly in the showroom, as a wide range of automakers are now building practical, battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) at nearly every price point and performance level. With so many attractive options to choose from, we’ve put together a complete list of every battery-electric crossover and SUV available for the 2022 model year.

2022 Audi e-tron SAudi

Audi e-tron SUV/Sportback

The Audi e-tron SUV and its Sportback (read: sloped-roof) sibling provide middling battery ranges of 222 miles for the e-tron SUV and 218 for the Sportback (all ranges are EPA estimates). Both models share a 355-horsepower, all-wheel-drive (AWD), electric powertrain in traditionally handsome Audi styling cues that fit well with the rest of the lineup. Throw in a luxurious interior and a Sport mode that unlocks up to 402 horsepower for short bursts, and the base model’s $67,000 price becomes alluring.

2022 Audi Q4 e-tronAudi

Audi Q4 e-tron/Sportback

Smaller than the e-tron, the Q4 e-tron adds an air of prestige to a vehicle that is mechanically similar to the Volkswagen ID.4. While Audi has long been synonymous with all-wheel drive, the entry $45,000 Q4 e-tron powers only the rear wheels with a 201-horsepower motor. Springing for AWD bumps the price up $6,000, but boosts power to 295 horses. That AWD model is rated for 241 miles of range, while the rear-wheel-drive (RWD) variant has yet to be given an official rating.



The iX is similar in size to BMW’s gas-powered X5 SUV, though the polarizing styling of the EV ensures no one will confuse the two. The $86,000 iX is currently sold in just one spec: 516 horsepower, AWD, and about 300 miles of range. A more powerful version is expected. An optional air suspension cushions the ride, and rear-wheel steering helps the iX negotiate parking lots like a smaller vehicle.

2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUVChevrolet

Chevrolet Bolt EUV

The Bolt EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle) expands Chevrolet's entry-level electric car range into the SUV realm (although it's worth noting cargo space between the EUV and the standard hatchback Bolt is nearly identical). The front-wheel-drive (FWD) EUV provides 247 miles of range on a single charge, and it's also the first Chevrolet vehicle to offer the Super Cruise hands-free driving system. Pricing starts at $34,000.

2022 Ford Mustang Mach-EFord

Ford Mustang Mach-E

The family-friendly SUV named after a wild sports car provides between 224 miles and 314 miles of driving range, along with the choice of RWD or AWD. There's even a high-performance GT that can hit 60 mph in less than four seconds. The Ford Mustang Mach-E is roomy, practical, and surprisingly affordable, with a starting price of about $45,000.

2022 Hyundai Kona ElectricHyundai

Hyundai Kona Electric

Redesigned for 2022, the Hyundai Kona Electric proves that entry-level, battery-electric vehicles don't have to skimp on style. This $35,000 SUV has an eye-catching look that’s split between sporty and eco-friendly. The Kona Electric delivers 201 horsepower from its FWD, electric powertrain, and is rated for 258 miles of cruising range before you’ll need to plug it in.

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5Hyundai

Hyundai Ioniq 5

The super-sleek Hyundai Ioniq 5 relies on cutting-edge design to turn heads among those seeking a battery-electric crossover as a daily driver. With RWD standard (and AWD optional), the Ioniq 5 breaks new ground for electric Hyundais, and delivers between 220 and 303 miles of range, depending on trim level. The Ioniq 5 starts around $45,000.

2022 Jaguar I-PaceJaguar

Jaguar I-Pace

The Jaguar I-Pace proves that a luxury electric SUV can shun fossil fuels while also being fun to drive. Featuring sleek bodywork and a whopping 512 pound-feet of torque from its pair of electric motors, the all-wheel-drive I-Pace serves up 222 miles of driving range to go with its zippy acceleration and lithe handling. Generously equipped in a single trim level, the I-Pace is priced from about $71,000.

2022 Kia Niro EVKia

Kia Niro EV

The Niro EV provides well-priced electric transportation for subcompact shoppers, relying on its combination of practical cargo space, a strong features list, and pleasingly conservative styling to pull in buyers. With 201 horsepower sent to the front wheels by a single electric motor, the Niro EV can travel 239 miles on a single charge, and starts around $41,000.

2022 Kia EV6Kia

Kia EV6

The latest salvo from Kia's design department is the EV6, an edgy crossover that has the looks to match the top model’s 60-mph sprint of less than 3.5 seconds. The range for the EV6 tops out at 310 miles, with 217 miles available after just 18 minutes on a DC fast charger. Additionally, it’s also possible to specify all- or rear-wheel-drive models. The Kia EV6 is priced at just over $42,000.

Mazda MX-30Mazda

Mazda MX-30

While EVs with more than 200 miles of range are sprouting like weeds, Mazda is counting on finding a niche among just California commuters (for now) with its MX-30 that’s good for 100 miles of range. At about $35,000, the MX-30 is cheaper than most EV crossovers, but not by much. A rakish roofline and rear-hinged half doors give the Mazda a sporty silhouette, but compromise its utility.

Porsche Taycan Cross TurismoPorsche

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

The Taycan Cross Turismo adds a wagon-esque roofline to Porsche's performance EV, along with just enough ground clearance to qualify it as a crossover. All-wheel drive is standard with the Taycan Cross Turismo, and the 750-horsepower Turbo S model blows past 60 mph in an astounding 2.7 seconds. The base price for the Cross Turismo begins just above $95,000, with a range between 202 and 215 miles.

2022 Rivian R1SRivian

Rivian R1S

EV startup Rivian is following its R1T pickup with the R1S, a rounded block of a people-mover that features rugged off-road capability and a range of up to 316 miles. With drive modes that include Rock Crawl, Rally, and Drift, and excellent ground clearance, the R1S aims to be as fun on the weekends as it is useful on the daily drive. Pricing for the R1S starts around $70,000.

Tesla Model XTesla

Tesla Model X

Look past the unusual Falcon Wing Doors of the Tesla Model X, and you'll find an electric SUV that has a lot to offer both families and enthusiasts. The over-the-top Plaid trim provides 1,020 horsepower and mind-scrambling acceleration, but the entry-level model delivers a more robust 348-mile battery range to go with its all-wheel drive, available three rows of seating, and $106,000 price tag.

Tesla Model YTesla

Tesla Model Y

Less flashy than the larger Model X, the Tesla Model Y packages compact hatch utility with dual-motor, AWD performance, and a more affordable $60,000 base price. Able to wring as much as 330 miles from its Long Range trim's battery pack, the Model Y still packs a straight-line punch thanks to the more than 450 horsepower offered by the Performance model.

Volkswagen ID.4Volkswagen

Volkswagen ID.4

Volkswagen's first mainstream BEV also happens to be an engaging SUV that fits easily into the lives of most families. With up to 280 miles of driving per charge (from the RWD ID.4 Pro trim), and 295 horsepower available from models equipped with AWD, the Volkswagen ID.4 also comes with three years of free fast charging with a base price of around $42,000.

Volvo XC40 RechargeVolvo

Volvo XC40 Recharge/C40 Recharge

The Volvo XC40 Recharge electrifies one of the most alluring premium compact SUVs on the market. The battery-powered XC40 Recharge is attractive inside and out with an outstanding cabin, and 223 miles of driving range on a single charge (along with 402 horsepower and 486 pound-feet of torque). The AWD Recharge starts near $56,000. A four-door coupe version of the SUV—the C40 Recharge—is also available.

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