All-Electric Vehicles run on electricity only. They are propelled by one or more electric motors powered by rechargeable battery packs. These vehicles are energy efficient, environmentally friendly, have a smooth ride, good acceleration, and generally require less maintenance than combustion engines. Battery range varies, but many vehicles can now travel over 200 miles on a single battery charge, and some cars can reach near 400 miles.
Plugin Hybrid Vehicles are powered by an internal combustion engine and an electric motor that uses energy stored in a battery. The vehicle can be plugged in to an electric power source to charge the battery. A PHEV is a car that can use electricity (from plugging in) for short trips and gasoline for longer trips. The battery range for PHEVs is generally under 100 miles, and many are under 50 miles.
|Ford||Mustang Mach E||Fusion Energi|
|Kia||Niro, Soul||Niro, Optima|
|Land Rover||Range Rover|
|Mercedes-Benz||c350e, GLC350e, 560e|
|Tesla||3, S, X, Y, Cybertruck|
|Volvo||XC40, Polestar||XC60, XC90, S60, S90, V60|