Many people confuse the plugin hybrid technology with the regular hybrid. Tha majot difference is that PHEVs have the battery powered motor as their main power source and the engine is used only to complement the electric motor and extend the range.
Plug in technology is recognized by many manufacturers and consumers and remains a major competitor for all electric powertrains, so we wanted to present to you a list of PHEVs that you can buy in 2017 and compare their specs and prices. Enjoy the ride!
Cars featured in this video:
2017 Ford Fusion Energi: www.ford.com/cars/fusion/2017/models/fusion-energi-platinum/
2017 Cadillac CT6 PLUG-IN: www.cadillac.com/hybrids/ct6-plug-in.html
2017 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid: www.hyundaiusa.com/sonata-hybrid-plug-in/index.aspx
Mercedes-Benz S500 Plug-In-Hybrid: www.mbusa.com/mercedes/vehicles/model/class-S/model-S550VE
Mercedes-Benz C 350 e: www.mbusa.com/mercedes/vehicles/model/class-C/model-C350WE
Chevrolet Volt: www.chevrolet.com/volt-electric-car.html
BMW 330e iPerformance: www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Content/Vehicles/2017/3/330eiPerformance/Features_and_Specs/default.aspx
KIA Optima PHEV: www.kia.com/uk/new-cars/all-new-optima-plug-in-hybrid/
Toyota Prius Prime: www.toyota.com/priusprime/
Audi A3 Sportback e-tron: www.audiusa.com/models/audi-a3-sportback-e-tron