9. Hyundai Ioniq — $22,000
If you want an affordable electric car that flies under the radar, the all-new 2017 Hyundai Ioniq is your best bet. At a price of $22,000 after the available federal tax credit, it comes within very competitive distance of other cars its size. As for styling, well, it looks like your basic, inoffensive, everyday Hyundai, and it drives like one, too. With 118 horsepower and 124 miles of range on a full charge, the Ioniq comes up a bit short compared to other models on this list, but its price, its lifetime battery warranty, and its sheer normalcy might go a long way toward convincing otherwise-hesitant potential customers. Look for the electric Ioniq, alongside hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions, over the next few months.