There is no change in the first position, as the Chevrolet Bolt EV is still the best in terms of the ratio between the price and range - $145 per mile of range ($37,495 / 259 miles).
However, the Hyundai Kona Electric can enjoy the full $7,500 federal tax credit, which might bring the effective price to $119 per mile of range. That's less than the Bolt EV, but of course, all depends on the special deals offered by the manufacturers/its dealers). Anyway, those are the two most affordable BEVs in terms of dollar per mile of range.
The next strong contender is the Tesla Model 3 - $156 per mile of range (Long Range AWD version).
BEVs price (MSRP + DST) per mile of EPA range comparison - April 11, 2020
The lower part of the table consists mostly of premium/fancy models. At the bottom, we can see two price losers - Porsche Taycan (Turbo and Turbo S), which with $757 and $971 per mile of range, are in their own league.
* some data estimated