BMW 330e iPerformance

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.

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BMW 330e iPerformance

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.

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BMW 330e iPerformance

Its battery allows for about 14 miles of all-electric driving, and its adjusted fuel economy is 71 MPGe.

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Chevrolet Bolt EV

The Bolt is Chevrolet's first mass-production battery-electric vehicle. That alone is pretty damn important.

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Chevrolet Bolt EV

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.

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Chevrolet Bolt EV

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.

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Chrysler Pacifica

The all-new Chrysler Pacifica is the first minivan to include a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.

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Chrysler Pacifica

Chrysler promises an adjusted fuel economy of 80 MPGe, 30 miles of electric range and a whopping 530 miles of total range.

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Chrysler Pacifica

With a 240-volt charger, owners can juice up the battery to full in about two hours' time.

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Kia Optima

The Kia Optima offers both hybrid and plug-in variants for the 2017 model year.

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Kia Optima

The PHEV offers up to 27 miles of electric driving.

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Kia Optima

Both hybrid models include a 2.0-liter gas engine with direct fuel injection.

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Toyota Prius Prime

Formerly the Prius Plug-In, the Prius Prime comes to market rocking a completely different face than its more traditional hybrid brethren.

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Toyota Prius Prime

This plug-in offers about 22 miles of electric range, which is double that of the original Prius Plug-In.

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Toyota Prius Prime

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.

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