Define modern.All modern Japanese and Korean engines should use special, fully synthetic oils. Ordinary mineral oils will bugger them up very quickly.
Our newest, non-EV car is a 2006 Lexus which uses synthetic oil. My other cars are older (1993, 1969 and 1967). For these, synthetic oil is usually too thin, especially as they have some miles on them. Our last Subaru blew it's engine in 2015 - so I really do not remember what was used on it, especially since it was dealer serviced.
The good news is that EVs require practically no maintenance other than tire rotation. That's pretty nice, frankly, especially for my wife who is not a fan of dealing with cars.