THE MP6 LEADERBOARD
Although limited in overall range, the bZ4X surprised with a very fast ramp up on initial charge, consistently adding an impressive 35 miles of range in the first 6 minutes.
The Mach-E had the second-highest MP6 ranking in our tests so far, but its interface makes drivers search for some charging information.
The EQE had the most accurate range prediction of any EV we’ve tested, with more options and guidance on station selection and SOC upon arrival.
The IONIQ 5 has impressive range-prediction accuracy and the potential for very fast charging if you can find a system to take advantage of its 800-volt architecture.
EV6 GT-Line RWD is an effortless drive in town or while covering long distances, with well-developed control responses and regen modes. Its range prediction is not as accurate as some of its competitors, but errs toward the conservative side—preferable to being overly optimistic.
The Ford F-150 Lightning was a good, early attempt at electrifying a proven, internal-combustion-engined vehicle. While it offers significant pickup-truck functionality, its charging performance was lackluster in our testing.
The Rivian R1S is an impressive engineering achievement in almost every way—but its charging speed is slower than many of its competitors. Ramp up from 10% SOC was particularly slow on the Tesla Supercharger’s Magic Dock.
MP6 NEXT VEHICLES
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