2011 Hybrid Cars

After three years of declining sales, hybrid gas-electric cars will resume a growth trajectory in 2011. That’s due to two reasons: high gas prices and great new hybrid cars.

In the first weeks of January 2011, the price of oil has flirted with $100 a barrel—while the average cost of a gallon of petrol has tripped a first-level tipping point of three bucks. Energy forecasters don’t see the roller coaster riding to $4 as it did in mid-2008, but they do expect a long and sustained period of high gas prices—the biggest factor in spurring consumer interest in hybrids.

At the same time, the list of new hybrids heading to market—combined with attractive products that debuted in 2010—means that consumers have a better selection in fuel-efficient high-mpg hybrids than ever before. Here are the highlights.


Toyota Prius Wagon Arrives

Prius is by far the best-selling and most trusted brand in hybrids. Toyota will build on that foundation by expanding Prius into an entire line of vehicles that the company expects will eventually outsell all other Toyota models. The Prius expansion begins in mid-2011 with the introduction of the Prius V—a version of the classic gas-electric model with almost 60 percent more cargo room (while keeping its seating configuration for five passengers).

The Prius V is Toyota’s direct response to a ton of customer feedback. “Consumers have told Toyota that they love the idea of the Prius—high fuel-efficiency, low emissions, advanced technology—but the vehicle selling today doesn’t fit their lifestyle and needs,” Doug Coleman, Toyota’s Prius product manager, told HybridCars.com. Toyota’s answer is a hybrid with all the versatility and comfort of a family hauler while delivering city mileage of 42 mpg and highway economy of 38 mpg. Add a panoramic moonroof and Toyota’s new Entune multimedia system to the attractive mix.



Hybrids Become Indispensable Luxury Feature

Nissan continues to trumpet pure electric cars as the ultimate answer to sustainable mobility—but will make gas-electric drivetrains the solution to efficient luxury. The Infiniti M35h Hybrid, coming in spring 2011, will allow luxury buyers to keep all the desired horsepower and high-end features, but no longer guzzle gas. Infiniti has not released fuel economy numbers but on several occasions has stated the system will deliver fuel mileage comparable to the Nissan Versa’s 1.8-liter four—28 mpg city/34 highway. That’s a huge leap beyond the new M37’s (the 2011 replacement for the M35) numbers of 18 city/26 highway. That’s just the beginning of Infiniti hybrids. Larry Dominque, Nissan North America’s vice president of product planning for the Americas, says the M hybrid system was designed to fit all of Infiniti’s rear-wheel-drive models, including the G sedan and coupe and the EX and FX crossovers.

Lexus executives have said they will make hybrid technology, and sporty driving, the hallmarks of the luxury brand. The line’s newest, coolest and highest mpg model is coming in March 2011—the Lexus CT 200h. Keywords: Efficient, Luxury, Compact, Hatchback. The 2011 Lexus CT 200h compact hybrid—like the 2010 Toyota Prius—features a 1.8-liter 98-horsepower gas engine and 80-hp electric motor for total system power of 134 hp. It’s capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in 9.8 seconds and can reach a maximum speed of 112 mph. With a combined city-highway mileage of 42 mpg, it will be the first vehicle in the luxury segment to step over the 40-mpg line—and it will be Lexus’s fifth hybrid offering, the most of any automobile nameplate.

Meanwhile, Volkswagen chairman Martin Winterkorn recently said that hybrid and electric vehicles will account for three percent of the German carmaker’s global sales by 2018. The Touareg Hybrid will appear in mid-year—but the mainstream high-volume VW hybrid model we’re waiting for is the gas-electric version of the newly introduced Jetta. That might not come until 2012, but before the end of the year, we’ll see Audi, VW’s luxury brand, introduce the Audi Q5 Hybrid crossover and probably the A6 Hybrid sedan.



Hyundai and Kia Enter Hybrid Market, With Great Cars

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

In 2011, Hyundai tried its hand at hybrid one-upmanship, beginning with the Sonata Hybrid.

The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is the South Korean company’s first hybrid in the US market. Apparently, Hyundai took its time, scrutinized the hybrid competition, and attempted to outdo it in every respect. Coming in at $25,000, about four-grand less than the award-winning Ford Fusion Hybrid, the Sonata Hybrid has the Fusion beat in every category.

We prefer the Sonata’s aesthetics, but the hard numbers are unequivocal. The Sonata Hybrid offers 206 net horsepower compared to the Fusion’s 191 hp. The Sonata Hybrid’s aerodynamics, rated at a very slippery 0.25 drag of coefficient, is superior to the Fusion’s 0.33 Cd. The use of lithium batteries, rather than the Fusion’s nickel metal hydride, provides just as much power, but allows the Sonata to weigh 263 pounds less. Fuel economy for the Sonata and Fusion Hybrids are nearly identical, but with highway and city numbers swapped. The Sonata Hybrid offers 36 in the city and 40 on the highway, while the Fusion Hybrid is rated at 41/36.

And watch out for the Kia Optima Hybrid, the gas-electric Sonata’s cousin. The Optima Hybrid should carry an even smaller sticker price, and many reviewers are favoring its styling over the already attractive Sonata version.



Fisker Finally?

Fisker Karma

Fisker can only cry wolf so many times, before everybody disregards its bold plans for a plug-in hybrid future.

This will be a make-or-break year for the $87,000 (or higher) plug-in hybrid. Year after year, Mr. Fisker promises that the gorgeous four-door Fisker Karma is really and truly coming next year. With a half-billion dollars of federal loans riding on Fisker’s fate—and its ability to move beyond the Karma model to the more accessible plug-in hybrid sedan known as Project Nina—Fisker needs to deliver…or risk losing all credibility. If the company can put a few Karmas on the road, it will produce a ton of buzz for plug-in hybrid technology—a value greater than the sum its low-volume sales will produce.



Hybrids Will Face Competition from 40-MPG Gas Cars

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The small Fiesta delivers better mileage than most hybrids, but only on the highway and in a small package.

TIn 2010, automakers announced the introduction of the first super-efficient small gas cars—not hybrid and not diesel—rated above 40-mpg on the highway. Those models, just starting to appear on U.S. roads in early 2011, include the Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus, Chevy Cruze Eco, and Hyundai Elantra.

In 2011, reporters will be quick to say that gas engines—enhanced with turbocharging and direct injection—will mean the death of hybrids (considering that those models will be, on average, cheaper than models with gas-electric powertrains). However, two factors belie that argument. These fuel-frugal models barely squeak by the 40-mpg mark on the highway, but their city ratings are well below that mark. In fact, the most efficient Fiesta, Cruze and Elantra fall below 30 mpg in the city—leaving only hybrids with city/highway averages above 40 MPG. Furthermore, all of these models are compacts—while hybrids can deliver those industry-leading efficiencies in models as big as the mid-size hatchback Prius (which averages 50 MPG) or the even bigger Prius V (which is expected to average 40 miles per gallon).



EV Buzz Continues (at Lower Pitch)

Nissan LEAF

Nissan LEAF

While it’s well documented that many of the first buyers of electric cars—such as the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt (by definition a plug-in hybrid) and the upcoming Ford Focus Electric—will be former hybrid owners, we expect many more green-oriented customers to enter the market with their first hybrids. General Motors and Nissan will continue to generate as much heat as possible with their electric halo cars, but it’s Ford’s portfolio strategy that will generate the light—illuminating the future direction of the market for the full range of electric-drive cars. Ford believes that by 2020 as much as 25 percent of its sales will be electrified—but that 75 percent of those sales will be conventional hybrids like the Ford Fusion Hybrid.

Besides, it will be hard for EV-makers to maintain the level of buzz leading up to the LEAF and Volt, after the cars hit the road and the novelty starts to wear off.

Ford, General Motors, Toyota, Nissan, and Honda all feature pure no-tailpipe electric cars, to varying degrees, in their product roadmap—but every single one of them will produce hybrids (with or without a plug) in greater numbers in the coming years.

With higher fuel efficiency standards starting in 2012—based on how many are purchased not how many headlines they garner—it’s the good ol’ conventional gas-electric hybrid that will move into the mainstream, beginning with a solid expansion of models and sales in 2011. And a massive proliferation of hybrids, including 11 new hybrid models from Toyota alone, by 2012.


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  • Anonymous

    Hyundai Sonata hybrid?
    I may be wrong but I think it may have to be evaluated with additional attention:
    MT ranked it No. 7 in its ten worst handling vehicles tested in 2010.

  • Dutch

    Fisker finally? Yes, Fisker finally! Full production starts next month, on February 21, with more than 1000 cars to be produced every month.

  • HTH

    Prius V hybrid wagon?
    Why made it into a Wagon? I thought it’s going be a Hybrid Minivan. This can be a 7 seaters with sliding doors. It’s still not for family. Ford C-Max Hybrid Minivan is definitely way to go. I would wait another year.

  • Anonymous

    After 20 years of intensive investment in Hydrogen & Fuelcell, there is no commercial FCV on the road whereas with few years investment in EV, there are few on the road, Leaf, MIEV, Think, etc.

    I think first we should get into Plugins & EVs and then bring the fuelcell to extend the EV range.

    Yes, 2011 will certainly be a great year for HEV, PEV & EV.

    Brent crude prices are $98 + / barrel and anytime it could shoot past $100.

  • Anonymous

    Fusion, Camry, Altima, Sonata, Civic, Optima, GS450h, HS250h – all these Hybrid sedans have only 12 cu. ft. of trunk space which is less than Corolla.

    Whereas Prius, Insight, Leaf – all carry more than 16 cu. ft. of trunk space and also expands into bigger space with rear seats folded.

    This is an important factor to consider, but is ignored by every magazine and the individual buyer.

  • Max Reid

    http://www.energyefficiencynews.com/transport/i/3715/

    Seems Toyota sold 80,000+ Hybrids in Europe.

    Auris Hybrid which share the same Hybrid System as in Prius sold 15,000 + units. For sure Prius would have sold more than 45,000 units.

    In this case, the sales of
    315,000 (Japan)
    140,000 (USA)
    45,000 (Europe)

    puts the total sales past 500,000 units. Great.

  • Capt. Concernicus

    Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt are niche cars. They fill in a very small percent of popluation. Prius, Fusion and Sonata hybrids will sell many more than either of those EV/EV-plug-in cars.

    I absolutely agree with the statement about ICE compacts and their over-hyped fuel economy ratings. Take those in the city and hybrids will walk all over them all day long. ICE compacts barely compete at highway speeds in terms of fuel economy vs. hybrids.

  • Anonymous

    FMC Civic, along with hybrid model with lithium battery, is coming within the next ‘few’ months (some say Mar., some say Apr.)
    Every Civic will have at least 40 MPG.

  • Pierre

    @Anonymous: “After 20 years of intensive investment in Hydrogen & Fuelcell, there is no commercial FCV on the road whereas with few years investment in EV, there are few on the road, Leaf, MIEV, Think, etc.”

    Sure, I wish what you said are true. But, (forget GM’s failed EV1 attempt) Toyota has leased RAV EV from 1997. Honda also had EV Plus, said to be the first BEV not to use lead-acid battery. Nissan has been studying BEV from early 90′s (according to its press release).

    Sigh, I sure wish the development of BEV was as fast and as easy as you said.

  • Pierre

    @Max:
    According to Toyota Motor Europe, Toyota (including Lexus brand) sold 70,5k hybrids. I think Toyota sold ~40k Prius in Europe.

  • Nelson Lu

    Anonymous, the Prius and the Insight (I haven’t seen how the Leaf does it so I won’t comment there) don’t have “trunk space”; they have “storage space” which is not separated from the passenger space, which has some major downsides. If you don’t mind those downsides, sure, go ahead and consider them superior for transporting things. As far as I am concerned, I want a real trunk.

  • DownUnder

    Nelson,
    I never mind the “downside” of the “storage space”, that’s why I’ve never bought a sedan for my own preference. Everything has upside and downside but for me, the downside of a sedan’s trunk is just too much.
    My 2cent.

  • Max Reid

    Pierre

    Did you read from any website that Toyota sold 40k Prius in Europe.
    In the website that I attached I saw that Toyota sold 80k hybrids and out of that 15k are Auris.

  • Anonymous

    Nelson

    OK, lets say the Prius & Insight has storage space. In what way does it have downsides.

    I believe it has many upsides
    * To carry bigger items, you can fold down the rear passenger seat and the storage space becomes bigger.

    * While driving, we can grab something from the storage space.

    * Storage space is typically more since it extends to the vehicle’s roof.

    All these things you cannot do in a sedan.

    All these makes the compact vehicle like Prius, Insight, Volt or Leaf as a mid-size sedan.

    Thats why many people have moved to CUV’s. Infact the latest CUV’s like Juke, Countryman are nothing but tall wagons.

    Smartly Toyota also designed the Prius v & Prius c with storage space instead of trunk.

  • Nelson Lu

    Downsides:

    1. No cargo separation. That is a major downside when you are going to be carrying something that *must* be separated or is better separated, including gasoline and alcohol. (In most states, it’s completely illegal to carry opened alcohol containers in anywhere but the trunk; I do not believe you can legally carry any such containers *anywhere* in a Prius or Insight.)
    2. Related to 1: the lack of cargo separation means much more cargo-related noise during travel. The sedan gives a much quieter experience in that regard.
    3. The lack of cargo separation also means that if you are forced to carry attractive thief targets in your vehicle, you must put them into the glove compartment in order to avoid having thieves see them easily, and they might not fit there. (Yes, I am aware that the Prius has a cargo screen; such screens are simply, in my opinion, not very effective, based on my having seen them deployed.) A thief cannot see into the trunk, period.

    If you don’t need to worry about these things at all, fine, buy a hatchback. I am not saying that a sedan is superior to a hatchback in all circumstances, but it is my strong belief that the sedan is actually more versatile than the hatchback in that there are fewer situations where a sedan is unsuitable.

  • Nelson Lu

    Oh, one more thing: you claim that the backseat can be folded down in a hatchback to get more cargo space. That is actually an argument *for a conventional* (not hybrid) sedans, since if *their* backseats are folded down, they will provide more space than hatchbacks with similarly folded down backseats. (Obviously, you can’t do this with a Fusion Hybrid or an Altima Hybrid; I believe, but am not sure, that a Camry Hybrid’s backseat, has a passthrough, which is obviously limiting.)

  • Nelson Lu

    Oh, a couple more points about the Prius’s cargo screen:

    1. Deploy it, and all of a sudden, the Prius’s alleged larger storage space goes away; it would effectively have a smaller carrying capacity than the hybrid midsize sedans.
    2. Deploy it, and it essentially announces that *there is a reason why you deployed it*. Again, not good for preventing thefts.

  • Pierre

    @Nelson,
    I think one BIG advantage of hatchback over sedan is flexibility: the opening of the hatchback make it possible to carry objects too large to go thru’ the opening/put inside the trunk, esp. the recent trend of extending the rear windscreen rearward (for aerodynamic efficiency consideration).
    I also fully understand some sacrifices for hatchback owners: higher NVH, replacement cost for support struts, inconvenience to passengers inside the car when the hatch has to be opened in ‘extreme’ cold weather.
    No, I don’t own a hatchback or, at present, consider one.

  • Pierre

    @Max,
    I read the press release from TME, you can find it here: http://www.toyota.eu/about/Pages/news.aspx
    Yes, it mentioned it sold 15k Auris hybrid. But the total hybrid sold is ~70.5k.

  • DownUnder

    Nelson,
    You’re the 1st person I’ve known saying a sedan is more versatile than a hatchback.
    I learn new things everyday!
    The only downsides of hatchback have been stated by Pierre and the upsides are countless.
    Try to carry a bookcase in your sedan.

  • Anonymous

    Nelson

    There is a separator and things under that cannot be seen even from inside, if you have have anything precious, you can keep under that. Infact, in Prius, there is another section under the lower section which has a plastic opening. So this is as good as sedan.

    Noise, again keep it in the lower area, so you wont hear it.

    But the biggest upside for hatch is getting anything from the cargo area, whereas in a sedan, you have to pullover and stop the vehicle to get it.

    No wonder people are going for hatches, wagons, crossovers and all of these vehicles share the same 2-box design.

    Think of the upsides again.

    CUV & SUV & Minivan sales are gaining over cars. Infact in car segment, there are many hatches & wagons like Prius, Insight, Cube, Versa and so on.

    Eventually the 2-box design will overtake the 3-box design of sedans.

    http://online.wsj.com/mdc/public/page/2_3022-autosales.html

  • Anonymous

    http://priuschat.com/forums/gen-iii-2010-prius-main-forum/77302-prius-package-1-if-when-where.html

    I dont think the prius package 1 will ever come. Also in toyota.com, they still mention about the 2010 models with II, III, IV & V packages only. So the base Prius model is Package-II which costs 22,800 in toyota.com.

    Its just a gimmick to prevent people from considering Insight. On the other hand, Honda.com really has the base model which starts at 18,200.

    http://automobiles.honda.com/insight-hybrid/

    If you compare between the 2, Prius is $4,600 more. Its worth considering Insight if we want a lower cost hybrid.

  • Steve in MidAtlantic

    @Sean T, re “You’re the 1st person I’ve known saying a sedan is more versatile than a hatchback.”

    Mark me down as the second!

    My sedan’s trunk (Fusion Hybrid in this case) allows me to securely store my work laptop. This is absolutely vital as I must have it with/near me at all times. In point of fact, the one time I had a rental hatchback (with the obfuscation screen pulled closed), it was stolen in a brazen smash-and-grab. While it was fully encrypted and the vehicle ensured, the paperwork was nightmare.

    Other items I regularly put in the trunk that a hatch would be horrific for due to safety and odor reasons:
    - 5-gallon gasoline container for the various yard implements (yard tractor and snow blower)
    - Fertilizer (organic, and none-too-pleasant to smell)
    - Mulch
    - Firearms and ammo for the range

    As for the bookcase portage: not since college have I ever once wanted to carry an item like a bookcase in my vehicle (fully disclosure: I used to own a truck). Delivery or u-haul for me in the extraordinarily rare event I’d want to move something that large.

    Point: it depends on your needs and lifestyle. For me, a trunk is a must.

  • C.S.

    Ridiculous. With most sedans having folding/pass-through rear seats, there’s practically no safety nor security advantage of a trunk to any thief with half a brain. You’ll be just as exposed in through the passenger compartment with all the hazards you just mentioned. Maybe you should argue that all SUVs should have trunks too?

  • Nelson Lu

    C.S. write:

    “Ridiculous. With most sedans having folding/pass-through rear seats, there’s practically no safety nor security advantage of a trunk to any thief with half a brain. You’ll be just as exposed in through the passenger compartment with all the hazards you just mentioned. Maybe you should argue that all SUVs should have trunks too?”

    But the question isn’t what the thief going to do once he/she breaks into your car (in which case no space in the car is really completely safe, including glove compartment); it’s about *not enticing the thief in the first place*. With a trunk, a thief won’t be able to look into the trunk and therefore won’t be enticed into breaking into your car. Obviously, if he/she decides to break into the car, the trunk does not have any additional protective functionality than the “hatch space.” Sure, if you put a sign, “I’ve got five bars of gold in my car,” it’s going to get broken into no matter what kind of a car you have. The point is not to advertise it, and a car with a trunk is better for that purpose.

    Again, I am not saying that a sedan is superior for all uses. If you prefer a hatchback or a hatchback is better for you, get a hatchback. But don’t pretend that the hatchback is superior for all applications.

  • Anonymous

    Nelson

    There is a opaque plastic sheet separator and if u keep the thing under that, no one can see it. Next time you see a hatch, observe that.

    In fact Prius hatch a 3 levels, a base level for something like laptop, a bigger midlevel and an upper level where u can keep lighter items.

  • DownUnder

    Someone is confused b/w versatile and safety/security. .
    Please use a dictionary.

  • Nelson Lu

    Sean wrote:

    “Someone is confused b/w versatile and safety/security. .
    Please use a dictionary.”

    And that person who is confused would be you:

    Versatility: the quality or state of being versatile
    Versatile: (in this context) having many uses or applications

    It is my contention (and I would agree it’s not a proven contention, but I think there is evidence supporting it) that sedans have more “uses or applications” than hatchbacks, in that there are fewer types of situations where a sedan is unsuitable but a hatchback is suitable, than vice versa. You may disagree with that proposition, of course. (Hint: “having more ‘cargo space’” is not the same as “being suitable for more applications”.)

  • DownUnder

    Nelson,
    I’ll let you be the person who says the last word on this as this is a hybrid cars site, not car body. Happy now?

  • Stanley Kania

    I think everyone needs to buy and support toyota and the prius so they can keep bringing us cutting egde products! I will never buy anything else.

  • Anna

    Thanks! I’ve been searching online for a hybrid minivan option. I will look up the Ford. I think the industry just knows that anyone with 5+ people in their family have to buy more seats, so why bother with a hybrid since they’ll have to buy a minivan/SUV anyway.

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  • Patti

    Finally, someone else who cares about the trunk space. Few of the charts mention it, as if no one ever used their trunks. I want to be able to carry two sets of golf clubs and then some!!

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  • Car Specs Team

    I agree that the electric-gas hybrid will be the norm very soon.

    The 2011 Prius seems to be the one to beat. Not sure why the V version of the car gets so much less MPG though.
    http://www.carspecs.org/toyota/prius/2011-toyota-prius/
    Best to stick with the Standard Toyota Prius I think.

  • Cristian

    I agree totaly with this one thing… hatchbacks have a BIG advantage of flexibility over sedans. Great material, great infos. Keep up the good work :)

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  • Doug S

    Hybrids are our future and the current mid size vehicles prove the industry can make a affordable vehicle for the masses. The entry by Hyundai and Kia with their mid size sedans priced $25 and $26k respectively well loaded prove hybrids do not have to be priced well over their gas versions. My wife looked at the Sonata Hybrid and took a test drive and both of us were impressed. After test driving the Kia Optima SX Turbo she was hooked. Fully loaded msrp $30850 with a dealer $1250 giveback she got a luxurious car with options that keep on coming. In combined driving she is avg 27.9 and on the turnpike 33.3 at 70 mpg. I am looking forward at Hyundai considering a small call like the Elantra Hybrid. Rumor has it mpg could be in the mid to upper 50′s and will be a prius beater in price and options. Has anyone heard any more news on this car?

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  • darkthanatos

    What about ground clearance? Can someone please make some hybrids that can cope with Colorado mountain roads? So many sedans and compacts so few options.

  • Bharat Kumar Shrestha

    hybrid vehicles are necessary for our green earth

  • stuart

    If we need to cover the short distance then the electric car is good for saving fuel and pollution. But you cant ride on highways with electric vehicle so the better option is hybrid car. By both ways we gonna save the fuel and environment.
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  • Anonymous

    I purchased a 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and I have been very happy with everything about it. It handles as well as a much higher priced car and I am averaging 41 miles per gallon. We drove our car from Mass to Florida shortly after we got it and have nothing but great things to say about it. They could not have tested the hybrid Sonata in 2010 because the 2011 is the first year for it.

  • ted johnson

    2010 Prius with 32,000 miles now 56.6 lifetime mpg as measured at the pump. Includes 2 winters with snow tires, slushy, icy driving in New england hills. Big enough to sleep inside, Have carried a twin bed inside. Great in the snow, great car for $22K.

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