The sticker prices on these electric vehicles are truly shocking


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Electric vehicles promise a greener future — and some of these rides require quite a bit of a different kind of green first. Some of the most elite and lavish electric rides come equipped with mind-boggling price tags. Here are some of the most expensive EVS around.

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1. Aspark Owl

Price: $4 million

This Japanese EV is expensive and elusive. After years of being only a concept car, taking its sweet time in production, the Owl is finally for sale in North America and Europe. You’ll just need a handful of millions if you want to park this carbon fiber, all-electric, battery-powered sports car in your garage. Just make sure you back out slowly if you do buy one of these freaky fast rides — the Owl goes from 0-60 mph in 1.72 seconds

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2. Lotus Evija

Price: $2.3 million

You can pretty much only dream of owning a 2023 Lotus Evija. The sold-out car isn’t even street-legal in the US. Lotus Cars only cranked out 130 models of the ’23 Evija and the car delivers a whopping 2,000 horsepower by way of its four electric motors.

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3. Pininfarina Battista

Price: $2.25 million

Manufactured by Automobili Pininfarina GmbH in Munich, Germany, the Pininfarina Battista is named for the automaker’s founder, Battista “Pinin” Farina. This hypercar churns out 1,877 horsepower with top speeds electronically limited to 217 mph.

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4. Rimac Nevera

Price: $2.2 million

This all-electric sports car is manufactured by Croatian automomaker Rimac Automobili. The Nevera’s first production prototype was released in 2021, and the 2024 model was limited to just 150 units. The car has a pair of electric motors at each axle and can reach 1,813 horsepower.

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5. Deus Vayanne

Price: $2 million

Austrian car manufacturer DEUS Automobiles is responsible for this ultra-expensive, all-electric ride. The hypercar’s 99-unit production run is slated for 2025, and while the pricetag could change between now and then, the car will cost at least a couple million big ones. DEUS is promising a hair-raising 2,200 horsepower for the Vayanne and top speeds of 248 mph.

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6. Hispano Suiza Carmen

Price: $2 million

Contributing to this electric sports car’s heft sticker price might be the fact that it is the first Spanish car since the 1930s to bear the Hispano-Suiza Cars name. Basically, this hypercar is a 1,100 horsepower resurrection. 

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7. Drako GTE

Price: $1.3 million

Veering away from the likes of sports cars, Drako Motors’ Drako GTE is an electric luxury sports sedan. The four-seater was unveiled in 2020 as a limited series with a mere 25 copies produced. The drive system contains four electric motors and can reach 206 mph.

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8. Rolls-Royce Spectre

Price: $422,750

No one delivers style in the form of automobiles quite like Rolls-Royce. The full-sized, electric luxury Spectre (the automaker’s first EV) does not deviate from those ties to elegance that Rolls-Royce is known for. Because of its electric motor, the Spectre is entirely silent, yet still cranks out 577 horsepower.

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9. Cadillac Celestiq

Price: $340,000

With a roll-out planned for 2024, the Cadillac Celestiq is set to tap all things elite and luxurious. From the inside out, the Celestiq promises a James Bond-worthy electric ride complete with a 55-inch digital dashboard and a smart glass roof.

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10. Lucid Air Sapphire

Price: $249,000

Lucid Motors gave the world its very own electric supersedan with the 2024 Lucid Air Sapphire. This slick and sleek ride reaches 205 mph and boasts a 0-60 time of 1.9 seconds.

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