5 Longest Range Premium EVs

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Audi e-tron GT – 500kmBuilt on the same platform as the Porsche Taycan, Audi offers the e-tron GT in two trims - standard (481PS) and RS (655PS), powered by the same  93kWh battery pack. However, considering their state of tune, the standard model gets a range of 500km while the performance-focused GT has to settle for 481km (both WLTP claimed).

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Kia EV6 – 528kmKia’s sedan flagship in India, the EV6,  has seen a fair amount of success ever since its launch last year. Based on Hyundai’s E-GMP platform which also underpins the Ioniq 5, the EV6 comes with a sole 77.4kWh battery pack, which makes 232 PS and 329 PS (all-wheel-drive model) of power. In terms of range, the EV will run for 528km on a single charge (WLTP claimed).

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BMW i4 – 590kmBMW's i4 is an all-electric derivative of the 4 Series Gran Coupe and is available in India in eDrive40 guise. Packing a rear-mounted motor makes 344.7PS of power and 430Nm of torque. Powering all of this is an 83.9kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which offers a WLTP range of nearly 600km.

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BMW i7 – 625kmThe all-electric derivative of the 7 Series, BMW offers the i7 in an xDrive 60 variant, which makes 551PS of power and 745Nm of torque. Powering it is a 101.7kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which offers a range between 591km-625km on a single charge (WLTP).

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Mercedes-Benz EQS – 677kmDesigned to be the electric alternative to its S-Class range, the EQS is offered in two variants in India. The performance-focused AMG  EQS 53 trim makes 771PS of power and 1020Nm of torque, while the locally assembled EQS 580 makes 530PS of power and 855Nm of torque. In terms of range, the AMG  EQS 53 tops out at 586km while the EQS 580 can cover 677km, thanks to its 107.8kWh battery

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