Electrified vehicles charge the Detroit auto show
CNET rounds up a selection of the electrified vehicles at the 2011 North American International Auto Show.
These days you can't throw a stick at a car show without hitting an electric or electrified vehicle. The 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit was no exception.
Among the full-electric vehicles were the Ford Focus Electric and Honda Fit EV, but there were also examples from smaller companies, such as Venturi and Li-ion Motors. Toyota's Prius gained a plug-in model. Conventional hybrids were among the most numerous, counting among their ranks Toyota's new Prius V and C models, Audi's new A4 hybrid sedan, and Porsche's beastly 918 RSR concept.
We've gathered together a selection of some of our favorite electrified vehicles from the show, so be sure to check out our gallery.