All-Electric Light Vehicle Ranges Can Exceed Those of Some Gasoline Light Vehicles

By Editorial Staff Although many electric light vehicles have shorter ranges between “refuels” than gasoline vehicles, some EVs have ranges equal to or greater than some gasoline-powered models.
For the 2017 model year (MY) the maximum range for an all-electric vehicle (AEV) is 335 miles (Tesla Model S 100D), while the minimum range for a gasoline model is 224 miles (Dodge Viper).
Fuel cell vehicles (three are currently on the market) have mileage ranges close to the maximum range of an AEV.
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) use both gasoline and electricity drawn from the grid. The all-electric range of PHEV models varies greatly, and the

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