The iMiEV comes in two options: ES and SE, both of which use a 49 kW AC synchronous motor powered by a 16 kWh lithium-ion, 330V battery. Charging the MiEV on standard 120 V outlet would take 22.5 hours! But upgrading to a home charging station on 240 V would reduce that to 7 hours, and a level 3 quick charging station would only take 30 minutes to charge to 80%.
From the Wired.com test drive of the iMiev:
Let's get this out of the way first: The BMW Active E is currently only available as a lease option.
Tesla Model S
Tesla is selling the Model S in several different options: Model S (with 3 different battery options: 40 kWh, 60 kWh, and 85 kWh), Model S performance, Signature, Signature Performance. The latter three options all with the 85 kWh battery. The more battery, the more you pay but the farther you go. Pricing for the basic model (after the $7,500 tax credit) can be seen below along with the range for the different battery sizes.
Ford Focus Electric
The Focus Electric is Ford's first all electric passenger vehicle. From the Focus Electric website:
"Powered exclusively by a lithium-ion battery system, the 2013 Ford Focus Electric has a city fuel efficiency rating of 110 MPGe. That’s the best city rating in its class."
"The Focus Electric gets all of its power from an advanced state-of-the-art 23kWh liquid-cooled, high-voltage lithium-ion battery system. It gives you a best-in-class range of up to 76 miles on each charge."