Electrified vehicles charge the Detroit auto show

CNET rounds up a selection of the electrified vehicles at the 2011 North American International Auto Show.

Honda's Fit EV was just one of the many electric and electrified vehicles displayed at the 2011 Detroit auto show.
Honda's Fit EV was just one of the many electric and electrified vehicles displayed at the 2011 Detroit auto show. Antuan Goodwin/CNET

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.

 

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