All-wheel drive is available on a wider variety of vehicles these days, including a substantial share of new electric vehicles. That’s not only due to the popularity of AWD, but possibly also because adding AWD is simpler for an EV, with software managing the power split between the electric motors on each axle and no need for a mechanical connection from front to rear. AWD in an EV has real advantages, including improved traction, more power and more driving fun — at least with better systems designed for performance-oriented power splitting.
If it’s on your list of must-haves, below are all of the model-year 2023-24 EVs on sale in the U.S. with AWD offered. Note that the list for 2024 models is incomplete and will grow as more information is released.