Tesla is known for its high-end electric automobiles, but the firm also aims to introduce a less expensive model, currently known as the "Tesla Model 2," in the future.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV is the market leader for electric vehicles priced around $35,000. By 2023, the Bolt EV's base model will cost $27,495 while the 2LT trim would cost $30,600.
The Chevrolet Bolt EUV LT variant has a starting price of $28,795 and offers good value for the money.
Another reasonably priced choice for an electric vehicle is the $29,135 Nissan Leaf S. Its range isn't as spectacular as some of its rivals', in fact.
With a starting price of roughly $30,000 for the 1LT variant and $34,000 for the 2LT, the forthcoming Chevrolet Equinox EV is scheduled to release in 2024.
The starting price of the 2023 Hyundai Kona Electric is $34,885. However, this cost is probably going to go up in 2024, when it's anticipated to be around $36,000.
With a starting price of $41,990, the Tesla Model 3 is the company's most affordable electric vehicle.