EVs On Sale In U.S. Now Boast Nearly 300-Mile Average Range, Quadruple Since 2011

The average electric car range in the United States has increased to 291 miles (468 km), which is about 30% more than the average worldwide

As Americans travel a combined total of 4 trillion miles (6.4 trillion km) year, or around 14,500 miles

(23,335 km) per person, it should come as no surprise that they demand EVs with large batteries that 

can transport them. Moreover, Bloomberg reports that since 2011, when the Nissan Leaf was the sole commercially accessible EV on the

market and had just 73 miles (117 km) of range, the average battery range of an EV sold in the U.S. has doubled.