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These are the best luxury hybrid vehicles you can buy in 2020
As first conceived, hybrids, like electric cars, were designed to be economical runabouts, the idea being that, again like EVs, the lower running costs afforded by electrification would appeal most to the penny-pinchers amongst us.
Thus did we get acceleration-challenged Toyota Priuses and even more anemic Honda Insights. And while the Toyota Prius did indeed capture the imaginations of frugal eco-warriors – and the Leaf kinda sorta became popular with the EV set – hybrids, again like BEVs, have increasingly targeted those who can afford the luxury of electrification.
So, considering how far upmarket the partially-electrified marketplace has become, here, then, are the key players in the upper echelons of the hybrid and plug-in hybrid market. And, while most are SUVs since, duh, that’s where the action’s at, a couple of sedans and coupes also make the grade.
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