Best Rides for Remote Work

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Woman using laptop while in the car/Image Credit: Tima Miroshnichenko

We think we can officially say that working from home is here to stay. But sometimes, your home may be more distracting than the office, so where can you go then? Well, more and more remote workers have started working in their cars for a quiet, focused experience. Some vehicles are better suited for this than others; here’s our list of the best cars for remote work.

Chevrolet Traverse

Interior of 2021 Chevrolet Traverse/Image Credit: Chevrolet

If your car is parked in your driveway or garage, it’s easy enough to use your home’s Wi-Fi for your remote work needs. But what if you want a more scenic backdrop? The Chevrolet Traverse has your back with a built-in 4G LTE hotspot, so you don’t need to worry about being offline. Pair that with an incredibly roomy and comfortable interior, and you may not want to leave your “office” at the end of the day.

Kia Carnival

Interior of 2022 Kia Carnival/Image Credit: Kia

Sometimes, that office chair just isn’t comfy enough. If that’s the case, hop into the 2nd row of the new Kia Carnival and turn on the relaxation mode. These seats fully recline, and feature raised footrests, heating, and ventilation. With the available premium sound system and dual screens for the back seats, this van-SUV hybrid can become the ultimate remote workstation.

Ford F-150 Lightning

Man working on a laptop inside the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning/Image Credit: Ford

Not many vehicles are capable of providing power to your entire home. The upcoming Ford F-150 Lightning can certainly keep your laptop juiced up throughout your workday. This EV truck features 11 outlets providing 9.6 kW of power, an available Interior Work Surface, and plenty of room for your makeshift office.

Honda Pilot

Interior of 2022 Honda Pilot/Image Credit: Honda

You might think that working out of your car would be cramped, but it all depends on your ride. The Honda Pilot has three rows of seating with ample room to stretch out. And with features like heated and ventilated 1st and 2nd-row seats, tri-zone climate control, and a panoramic sunroof, there’s no bad spot to sit in this vehicle.

Volkswagen ID.4

Interior of the Volkswagen ID.4/Image Credit: Volkswagen

If state-of-the-art technology is what you crave in a mobile workspace, the Volkswagen ID.4 might be the vehicle you’re looking for. Not only does this electric SUV have a luxurious and spacious interior, but it’s also available with amazing features like a Wi-Fi hotspot, voice-activated controls, and a light bar that tells you when you have incoming calls. It’s like having your own assistant!

Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Interior of 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer/Image Credit: Jeep

Jeep has brought back the sophisticated and stately Grand Wagoneer, and its name certainly doesn’t lie. Sit down in the 24-way power-adjustable front seats with massage capabilities, turn on the four-zone climate control system, and watch your eight hours of work fly by in comfort and luxury.

Genesis G90

Interior of 2022 Genesis G90/Image Credit: Genesis

When you’re looking for an escape from the home office, you want a truly high-class experience. The Genesis G90 is an elegant and extremely comfortable option. The driver seat features Smart Posture Care that figures out the best seating position for your body, and insulated windows and doors mean less distraction from the outside world, whether you’re working or driving.

When you work from home, it can be refreshing, and even necessary, to get out and experience a change of pace. While working out of your car may not be something you do every day, the vehicles on this list make it a pleasant and comfortable option.

Whether you’re looking for a mobile office, or just a ride to get you to your regular office, BestRide makes it easy to find the perfect vehicle.

Kasey McNerney

Kasey McNerney

Kasey McNerney is a native of Phoenix, Arizona, and inherited her interest in cars from her dad. She previously worked at Phoenix Raceway, where she assisted with communications for NASCAR events. Currently, Kasey writes automotive content for BestRide and works with auto and auto-adjacent businesses to strengthen their social media presence.