07 Most Expensive Electric Cars in 2022

Electric cars can reduce fuel bills to pennies and cut the total cost of car ownership. That’s a good thing for most of us, but some people don’t mind paying a premium amount of money for something much more attractive and fancy.

Electric cars are, in comparison faster, plusher, grander, and more gold-plated than other normal cars on the streets which make them much more desirable. So what are the most expensive electric cars in the world?

Here we have listed the 7 most expensive electric vehicles, not of much surprise Tesla which is owned by Elon Musk is there on the list too-

  • The Founders Series Tesla Roadster
  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive
  • Draco GTE
  • NIO EP9
  • Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne
  • Rimac Nevera
  • Lotus Evija

7. The Founders Series Tesla Roadster

Source: Tesla.com

PRICE: $250,000

Tesla’s website has been taking reservations for the new Roadster for the past couple of years. The company also gained reservations at 1,000 total to make it a capable collector’s item. The Founders Series Tesla Roadster costs $250,000. The vehicle was shown in 2017, but  Tesla Roadster would come on the roads by 2023

According to Elon Musk, The Founders Series Tesla the Roadster would go 0-60 mph (0-96 kph) in 1.9 seconds, have a top speed of over 250 mph (402 kph), and a range of 620 miles (997 km) per charge due to a 200 kWh battery.  Musk called them “base specs”.

 6. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive

Source: Mercedes-benz.com

PRICE- $544,000

The German luxury carmaker Mercedes company takes sixth place with its Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive model, priced at $544,000.

The vehicle was introduced in the summer of 2013 as a limited electric version of the company’s combustion-powered model SLS AMG. The vehicle is powered by four motors that have 544 KW (740 horsepower) and 738 lb-ft (1,000 Newton) of torque. With that much power on all four wheels, the vehicle accelerates from 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 3.9 seconds.

The Electric Drive SLS AMG contains a 400 V lithium-ion battery with a 60 kWh capacity, giving the vehicle a range of 160 miles (250 km).

5. Drako GTE

Source: drakomotors.com


The silicon valley-based hypercar manufacturer Drako Motors’ Drako GTE  is a four-seater with 1,200 HP and a top speed of 206 mph (331 kph). It is priced at $1.25 million.

The GTE’s quad motors each have their own high-capacity inverter, engineered to hold the demands of extreme performance driving while distributing each motor’s massive +225 kW to -225 kW power with millisecond precision.  Gives high control to the driver due to high-speed, near-zero-latency control at each wheel. Production of Draco GTE was set to begin in 2021, but the vehicle is yet to be produced.

 4. NIO EP9

Source: nio.com/ep9

PRICE- $1.5 Million

Chinese electric carmaker NIO’s beast has a 1,390 horsepower engine. EP9 is at number five with a $1,5 million price tag.

This car can go from 0-124 mph (0-200) in just 7.1 seconds with the help of four high-performance motors and four separate gearboxes providing 1 megawatt of power. The EP9 has a top speed of 194 mph (312 kph). The vehicle offers a 265-mile (426 km) range for a charging time of 45 minutes.

3. Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne

Source: hispanosuizacars.com


With a history of nearly 120 years, a boutique automaker from Spain, Hispano Suiza, has the third position. The company was founded in 1904 and had a unique track record of producing luxury cars, aircraft engines, trucks, and weapons.

Hispano Suiza introduced the Carmen Boulogne, an electric hyper luxury vehicle, in 2020. The luxury vehicle delivers 1,114 horsepower from four permanent magnet synchronized motors in the rear axle and an 80 kWh lithium-ion battery, delivering 1,160 Nm of torque. It can travel from 0-60 mph (100 kph in less than 2.6 seconds and has a range of 249 miles (400 km). The price of the hyper luxury vehicle starts at around $1.93 million and increases according to customization.

2. Rimac Nevera

Source: rimac-automobili.com/nevera


Rimac Nevera is named after a peculiar storm that spontaneously forms above the open sea of Croatia. The price of this vehicle is roughly $2.44 million.

It has 1,914 horsepower (HP) and 1,740 lb-ft (2,360 Nm) joined with four permanent magnet motors. According to Rimac, Nevera’s zero-to-60 mph (0-100 kph) sprint takes only 1.85 seconds and can speed up to 258 mph (412 kph). The vehicle is powered by a 120 kWh battery pack that’s also integral to the vehicle’s structure and keeps cool with water.

1. Lotus Evija

Source: lotuscars.com


It is the world’s first all-electric British hypercar. It is the most expensive electric vehicle in the world, with a starting price of $2.8 million.

The hypercar has 1,972-horsepower due to its four electric motors — one for each wheel. It has a top speed of over 200 miles per hour and can go from 0 to 60 in under 3 seconds. The vehicle isn’t street-legal in the USA and is produced in extremely limited numbers. Lotus Evija uses a 70 kWh lithium-ion battery giving it 250 miles (400 km) of range.


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