Plug into an outlet in your garage or upgrade for a faster charge.
When it comes to finding the EV that works for you, you've got options. From plug-in hybrids to fully electric cars, the EV of your dreams is ready for the open road.
Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)
A PHEV is a car whose battery can be recharged by plugging it into an external source of electric power, as well as by its on-board engine and generator. These vehicles have both a battery as well as a gas-powered engine to support maximum range.View Plug-in Hybrids
Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs)
A BEV, or EV, is a vehicle that's 100% powered by a battery. An EV usually refers to a car, but can also be a scooter, motorbike, bus, or even a train with an electric motor. The range is determined by the size of the vehicle's battery.VIEW ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Charging your EV is easier than you think. From home to your office to the open road, you have plenty of options to restore your EV's charge.
All EVs come with a standard L1 charger compatible with any 120V wall outlet, and will charge your EV an average of 4 miles per hour.
L2 chargers are a faster option, charging your EV an average of 25-40 miles per hour. These can be purchased online or through an installer.
L3 or DC fast chargers can be found on the road, and will charge about 60-80 miles in twenty minutes.