Plug-in Hybrid

Several carmakers have or are planning to introduce 100+ mpg-hybrids that can be plugged into the electric grid.

Name EV Range Body Type MSRP Available
First Drive: 2014 Porsche Plug-In S E-Hybrid

First Drive: 2014 Porsche Plug-In S E-Hybrid

The 2014 Porsche plug-in Panamera S E-Hybrid solidly improves on the 2013 non-plug-in while signaling a future direction for the iconic automaker.
miles Sedan $99,000 November 2013
2013 Ford C-Max Energi Review

2013 Ford C-Max Energi Review

miles Sedan $32,950 Now
2012 Fisker Karma Review – Video

2012 Fisker Karma Review – Video

In a culture where you are often perceived by what you drive, showing up in a Fisker Karma is the next best thing to being some kind of star.
33 miles Coupe $111,000 Now
2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Review

2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Review

Toyota will begin delivery of the Prius Plug-in Hybrid in March of 2012.
10 miles Sedan $32,000 Now
2013 Chevrolet Volt Review – Video

2013 Chevrolet Volt Review – Video

All-electric gas-free driving for 40-mile stretches.
40 miles Sedan $39,100 Now
2012 Ford C-MAX Energi

2012 Ford C-MAX Energi

The segment-busting almost-a-van vehicle will offer 40+ mpg, but only five seats as a plug-in hybrid.
21 miles Sedan $32,950 Now
Fisker Karma

Fisker Karma

The rear-wheel drive sporty plug-in hybrid from designer Henrik Fisker.
50 miles Coupe $96,000 Now
Mitsubishi PX-MiEV

Mitsubishi PX-MiEV

This mid-sized SUV plug-in hybrid has triple-threat functionality as a pure electric, a series hybrid, and a parallel hybrid. Result: About 120 mpg.
30 miles SUV $0 2014
Volvo V70 Plug-in Hybrid

Volvo V70 Plug-in Hybrid

Volvo appears serious about producing a plug-in hybrid wagon with 30 or miles of electric range.
30 miles Van $0 Concept
Cadillac Converj

Cadillac Converj

An angular, sleek, luxury concept version of the Chevrolet Volt.
40 miles Luxury $0 Concept