The Worst And Best Looking Electric Cars For 2018

There’s a lot to consider when looking for an electric car: range, efficiency, seating capacity, and price. But what about appearance? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder of course, but we have our own opinions on what constitutes a good-looking electric car. Here, in our opinion, are the current 10 Best Looking Electric Cars, ranked from least to most attractive.

Mitsubishi i-MiEV

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and while there are some who think the egg-shaped 2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is kind of cool-looking (this team included,) most would probably place it pretty far back on this list.Though Mitsubishi has officially discontinued the i-MiEV for 2018, many dealers are still trying to sell their 2017s, which is why we’ve included it in this list. It also makes it easy to snag an even better deal. The i-MiEV is hobbled by its abruptly short range (just 62 miles) and cheap interior fittings. But there is one thing that is very attractive about the electric Mitsubishi – the price. At $23,845 ($16,345 after Federal tax incentives,) the 2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is the least-expensive electric car you can buy. Though charge times with a standard 240V “Level 2” charger are rather long considering the car’s short range, the standard-fit quick charge port allows it to be juiced up to 80% capacity in about 15 minutes. If you can do with a short-range electric runabout, the deeply-discounted Mitsubishi is a cheap (if not pretty) way to get into electric motoring.

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