That depends on several factors. All electric cars cover the average daily commute of 37 miles (60 km).
Will my electric car be able to cover my commute?
A lot of potential electric vehicle drivers suffer from so-called “range anxiety,” which is the fear of their car’s battery dying mid-trip. They hear that an EV can only go 100 miles (160 km) on a single charge and think, “but what if I have to drive 101 miles?” And that’s a valid concern. Yet in reality, the average person drives 37 miles (60 km) a day. This is well within the range of even the smallest electric car battery, even if it’s only half-charged. Check out the range per electric car model here.
What will affect my electric car’s range?
How far you can drive on a single charge depends on the weather conditions, the weight your car is carrying (luggage/people), car amenities like heating and A/C, and of course, the car’s battery capacity.