The Rimac Nevera, the world's fastest EV and obviously an electric hypercar, needs just 1.85 seconds to reach 60 mph.
The Tesla Model S Plaid belongs to the triple-motor category and achieves 0-60 sprints in less than two seconds and a cabin that doesn't exactly justify its price.
The Porsche Taycan Turbo S doesn't have any of those despite its turbo designation, but its lightning-quick acceleration more than makes up for it and upholds the trim label.
Even though the Audi RS e-tron GT is built on the Porsche Taycan, Audi's design team has succeeded in making it more endearing or, in some ways, the most impressive electric vehicle.
The Tesla Model 3 Performance, the first entry from the expert in swift EVs, costs roughly $55,000, which is far less than many other vehicles on this list.
From electric copies of lauded sports cars to counterparts of opulent sedans, the BMW M3 is a Bimmer that can be considered.
Although Polestar isn't the most well-known EV brand, it is undeniably an underdog that is now becoming a key player with sales numbers.