Plug-in hybrid cars (PHEV)

A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is a hybrid electric vehicle whose battery can be recharged by its on-board charger. Most PHEVs are having a normal hybrid model version as well, however usually the PHEV models are having a bit bigger battery. These cars could be driven in only-electric mode as well, so these cars could be used in cities without having to turn on the internal-combustion engine.

Electric range (WLTP):
115 km

Gasoline range:
500+ km
Battery:
34 kWh
Acceleration:
N/A
Electric range (WLTP):
100 km

Battery:
N/A
Acceleration:
N/A
Electric range (WLTP):
70 km

Battery:
N/A
Acceleration:
N/A
Electric range (WLTP):
70 km

Battery:
16 kWh
Acceleration:
7.8 sec
Electric range (WLTP):
60 km

Battery:
13.2 kWh
Acceleration:
6.5 sec
Electric range (WLTP):
24 - 60 km

Gasoline range:
500 - 880 km
Battery:
9 - 12 kWh
Acceleration:
5.6 - 6.5 sec
Electric range (WLTP):
60 km

Battery:
13.2 kWh
Acceleration:
6 sec
Electric range (WLTP):
31 - 60 km

Gasoline range:
500 - 630 km
Battery:
7.6 - 12 kWh
Acceleration:
6 - 6.1 sec