The 330e iPerformance is part of BMW's strategy to electrify portions of its lineup that usually pack gas engines. This is a plug-in hybrid meant to slot alongside gas-powered variants.
The 330e's net output is 248 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, enough to get the car to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds.
Its battery allows for about 14 miles of all-electric driving, and its adjusted fuel economy is 71 MPGe.
The Bolt is Chevrolet's first mass-production battery-electric vehicle. That alone is pretty damn important.
Its lithium battery is capable of about 238 miles on a single charge, and strong brake regeneration can send that number even higher, provided the conditions are right.
The Bolt EV is currently in production at the Orion facility in Michigan, and I believe Chevrolet is still on track to deliver the first batch by year's end.
The all-new Chrysler Pacifica is the first minivan to include a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
Chrysler promises an adjusted fuel economy of 80 MPGe, 30 miles of electric range and a whopping 530 miles of total range.
With a 240-volt charger, owners can juice up the battery to full in about two hours' time.
The Kia Optima offers both hybrid and plug-in variants for the 2017 model year.
The PHEV offers up to 27 miles of electric driving.
Both hybrid models include a 2.0-liter gas engine with direct fuel injection.
Formerly the Prius Plug-In, the Prius Prime comes to market rocking a completely different face than its more traditional hybrid brethren.
This plug-in offers about 22 miles of electric range, which is double that of the original Prius Plug-In.
One of its most standout characteristics is the 11.6-inch, vertically oriented touchscreen, which has an ooh la la factor akin to Tesla's similar screen.