There are 77 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.
Electric Range301 miles
e-tron GT Premium Plus
Electric Range238 miles
Niro EV EX
Electric Range239 miles
IONIQ 5 SE AWD
Electric Range266 miles
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.
*Pounds CO2 equivalent per vehicle, based on ~12,000 miles/year
As of 2021. Data courtesy of AFDC.
Washington power mix
As of 2021. 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
Up to $7,500
Federal Tax Credit - Leased Vehicles
You may qualify for a credit up to $7,500 under Internal Revenue Code Section 30D if you lease a new, qualified plug-in electric vehicle. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 changed the rules for this credit for vehicles leased from 2023 to 2032.
Washington Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Tax Exemption
Beginning July 1, 2022, 50% of the retail sales and state use tax does not apply to the sale or lease of the first 650 purchases of new passenger vehicles, light-duty trucks, and medium-duty passenger vehicles powered by fuel cells. The maximum value amount eligible for the tax exemption is the less of $16,000 or the fair market value of the vehicle. Additionally, all used FCEV sales and leases are exempt from the retail and state use tax.
Public charging from PSE
Up & Go Electric
Installed by business or government
DC fast charge or superchargers
Data courtesy of the Alternative Fuel Data Center. Map may not reflect latest availability of charging stations.