Electric cars are to be here to stay, but how far can they go?
While conventional automobiles focus on MPG, the battery-powered crowd is all about miles per charge - call it MPC.
Here's a look at the latest plug-in rides and how far they'll get you between outlets.
The $37,250 sedan from California start-up Coda automotive is the newest car on the list, and also the long distance cruiser with an EPA rated range of 88 miles.
The $39,995 Ford Focus Electric has sharp looks, a great interior and a range of 76 miles.
The $35,200 Nissan Leaf was the first electric family car of the 21st century, but with a range of 73 miles, it has some catching up to do.
At $29,125, the Mitsubishi i is the least expensive electric car you can buy, but with a range of just 62 miles you get what you pay for.
It also only seats four, so its MPP (miles per person) is pretty low, too.
Is MPC (miles per charge) the new MPG?