If you’re in the market for a new car, and if you have a place where you can charge it, then you should be looking to buy an electric car. Unless you can’t afford it, anything else – if you don’t mind me being direct – is immoral given that climate change is already happening and is killing five million people per year – a number that will only increase in the future.
Shopping for an electric car is hard if you have to weed through all the different manufacturer’s websites to find ones that sell electric cars. The following list shows all car manufacturers selling at scale in the USA which have one of more all-electric model. Hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and hydrogen fuel cell cars have been excluded because the first two still burn fossil fuels on-board and directly, and hydrogen fuel cells are only serviceable in very select locations around the USA, mostly in California.
Manufacturers with all-electric models:
|Brand||No. of models||Parent company||Comments|
|Jaguar||1||Jaguar Land Rover|
|Porsche||1||Volkswagen||The Taycan comes in multiple designs that might be considered models by other manufacturers.|
Manufacturers with no all-electric models:
- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Fiat Chrysler: Chrysler
- Fiat Chrysler: Dodge
- Fiat Chrysler: Fiat
- Fiat Chrysler: Ram
- Ford: Lincoln
- GMC: Buick
- Hyundai: Genesis
- Honda: Acura
- Jaguar Land Rover: Land Rover
- Nissan: Infiniti
- Toyota: Lexus
None of the companies listed above have sponsored these listings. I believe the data is accurate as at the time of this post. Please let me know if you notice an error in the comments below.