Best Luxury Electric SUVs of 2024 and 2025

The Edmunds experts test luxury electric SUV contenders on our test track and in the real world. Our ratings assess performance, comfort, technology, utility, value and more. How we rank

Best Luxury electric SUVs

Given the popularity of luxury SUVs, it's no surprise that luxury electric SUVs are on the rise. Versatile interior space, cutting-edge technology and impressive power are par for the course.

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The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV impresses with its helpful technology features, solid build quality, elegant cabin and long range. It's also priced competitively. The 350+ version suffers from lackluster performance, but otherwise this is a smart pick for a luxury electric SUV. Read full review

MSRP
$77,900 - $109,300
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345 mi

Best Luxury all-wheel-drive electric SUVs

Given the popularity of luxury SUVs, it's no surprise that luxury electric SUVs are on the rise. Versatile interior space, cutting-edge technology and serious acceleration are par for the course.

1st
The all-electric iX is spacious, comfortable, surprisingly efficient and ridiculously agile for its size. If you can get past its slightly polarizing design, you may just fall in love with this electric BMW. Read full review

MSRP
$87,100 - $111,500
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377 mi
2nd
The electrified version of the Genesis GV70 compromises little and presents major gains in acceleration and smoothness compared to its gasoline-burning counterpart. Its lackluster range aside, the Electrified GV70 resets the bar on what a luxury SUV can be. Read full review

MSRP
$65,850
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255 mi
3rd
The Model Y Long Range might not have the crazy acceleration of the Performance model, but it's the version we prefer. It's still pleasingly quick but is smoother riding, and as its name states, has a longer range. This is one stylish and roomy electric SUV with strong appeal. Read full review

MSRP
$43,990 - $52,490
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317 mi
4th
There are plenty of off-road-capable SUVs, three-row SUVs and even electric SUVs, but there's nothing that shines in all three areas like the Rivian R1S. It's quick on the street and capable on a trail. Read full review

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330 mi
5th
A mixed bag of innovation and gimmickry, the Tesla Model X is an all-electric SUV that commands attention. Its range, punchy acceleration and quiet disposition are highlights, but its elaborate gullwing doors and questionable build quality give us some pause. Read full review

MSRP
$79,990 - $89,990
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294 mi
6th
The XC40 Recharge is small but packs a lot between its fenders, including 400 horsepower and an operating system powered by Google. However, it's a bit pricey and a little short on range compared to the rest of the field. Read full review

MSRP
$53,550 - $59,500
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240 mi
7th
The Lexus RZ 450e is a luxury product through and through. With an exceptionally comfortable cabin and sublime ride quality, it ticks some important boxes. However, with a worst-in-class range of roughly 200 miles per charge and a relatively high price tag to boot, the RZ may simply be a nonstarter for some customers. Read full review

MSRP
$54,000 - $64,430
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204 mi
8th
The I-Pace electric SUV delivers pleasing performance and comfort. It's one of the older luxury EVs around but it generally holds its own against the BMW iX and Model Y. Read full review

MSRP
$72,000
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262 mi
9th
The Volvo C40 is a compact, comfortable, and stylish EV that delivers satisfying performance. But its shockingly poor rearward visibility and shorter electric driving range compared to some of its competitors will make it a tough sell for some buyers. Read full review

MSRP
$53,600 - $60,550
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252 mi
10th
The Q4 e-tron sports the modern vibe we've come to expect from Audi, but it doesn't really stand out from its EV competition. It's not the quickest, most comfortable or most efficient choice in the class, but it's also vice-free, making it an easy EV to drive and live with. Read full review

MSRP
$49,800 - $62,200
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270 mi
11th
Among the small but growing class of electric vehicles, the Audi e-tron has a lot going for it. This is a legitimately luxurious and spacious five-passenger SUV just happens to be powered by electricity. Read full review

MSRP
$70,800 - $86,400
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248 mi
12th
Fisker's Ocean is a roomy electric SUV that boasts some clever details. It also has plenty of range and power. But the vehicle's software is woefully incomplete. Without some promised features, it's far behind its competitors. Read full review

MSRP
$38,999 - $61,499
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358 mi
13th
A day late and a dollar short" best describes the Mercedes-Benz EQB's place in the luxury electric SUV segment. Range and efficiency are mediocre, as is value. The EQB offers a relatively spacious and quiet interior, but overall we'd recommend nearly any other electric SUV over this one. Read full review

MSRP
$52,750 - $60,550
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242 mi

Best Super luxury electric SUVs

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The EQS SUV impressed us with its high levels of comfort, luxury and technology. On top of that, it has plenty of range. This big Mercedes is expensive, but overall we think it's justified considering all of the features and refinement you get. Read full review

MSRP
$104,400
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360 mi

Best Performance electric SUVs

Want your performance wrapped in a more versatile body style? These speedy SUVs are inherently taller and heavier than their car counterparts, but it's hard to argue with the extra space.

1st
The all-electric iX is something to behold, and the M60 performance version turns up the excitement by a few notches. This midsize performance EV SUV is incredibly fast and somehow remains comfortable and versatile. Some controls can be frustrating to use, but overall it's a brilliant EV SUV. Read full review

MSRP
$111,500
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325 mi
2nd
The GV60 is brimming with technology, power and comfort. It's the first of many electric vehicles from Genesis that's sure to put Tesla and company on notice. Sharp design, super-quick charging capability and an unbeatable warranty round out what is simply one of the best EVs on sale. Read full review

MSRP
$52,000 - $69,550
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274 mi
3rd
Give it the beans and the EV6 GT can easily out-accelerate most other cars on the road. It's a bargain on top of that, offering one of the best horsepower-per-dollar ratios of any vehicle. Lackluster range is a significant drawback, but the GT should otherwise be an appealing pick for an EV that provides both performance and practicality. Read full review

MSRP
$61,600
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238 mi
4th
Mustang Mach-E GT Performance is the direct rival to the Tesla Model Y Performance. Acceleration and handling have improved over the standard Mach-E, but sheer, straight-line speed falls short of expectations. It's still a good bit of fun, though, and the combination of excellent in-car tech, its wide array of driver aids, and generally charming personality make it well worth a look. Read full review

MSRP
$59,995
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272 mi
5th
The Model Y is a stylish and roomy electric SUV with strong appeal. In Performance trim, it's also extremely quick and dynamic but the optional sport suspension and large wheels make for a relatively uncomfortable ride. The Y also lags the rest of the industry when it comes to smartphone integration. Read full review

MSRP
$52,490
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263 mi