Your guide to electric vehicles

There are 23 all-electric vehicles available in Washington state. Discover yours.

With more models than ever, there’s an electric vehicle for everyone. Find the one that fits your lifestyle, and see how much you can save on fuel and maintenance annually.

All-Electric

Tesla

Model S Long Range Plus

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Electric Range409 miles

MSRP$69,420

All-Electric

Tesla

Model 3 Long Range AWD

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Electric Range353 miles

MSRP$46,990

All-Electric

Nissan

LEAF

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Electric Range149 miles

MSRP$31,600

All-Electric

Tesla

Model X Performance

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Electric Range341 miles

MSRP$99,990

Going electric is good for the planet.

Washington's power mix means you can dramatically reduce your CO2 emissions by switching to an electric vehicle.

CO2 emissions for EVs vs Gas vehicles

CO2 pollution / mile

As of 2019. Data courtesy of the AFDC.
CO2 emissions for EVs vs Gas vehicles

Washington Power Mix

As of 2019. Data courtesy of EIA.gov.

Save on your EV purchase with incentives and tax credits.

The federal government and Washington state are offering incentives and tax credits that can save you thousands on your EV purchase.

Personalize Incentives

EV charging is no big deal with a little planning.

The increasing availability of public charging stations is putting an end to range anxiety. See how many stations are near you — you might be surprised.

Up & Go Electric Station
Public charging from PSE
Up & Go Electric
Public Stations
Installed by business or government
High Power Stations
DC fast charge or superchargers
Other Types of Stations
Private stations