BEV and PHEV models available for retail sales in 2017

 

There are currently 35 BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) on the market today. The following is a list:

 

Model

Type

Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)

Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)

Comments

Buddy black.jpg

Buddy

BEV

144,900 kr
(~US$24,000) to
186,850 kr
(~US$30,500)
[147]

50 mi (80 km)(Lead-acid battery)
75 mi (121 km) (NiMH battery)

Produced in Norway since 2007 as a successor to the Kewet. Deliveries of an enhanced model began in January 2010.[148]

As of September 2013[update], a total of 1,087 units were registered in Norway, the leading market, consisting of 2 Kewet CITI VANs, 22 Kewet EL-JET (1-4)s, 50 Kewet CITI JET 5s, 379 Buddy M9 (2010-2013), and 634 Kewet Buddy Citi-Jet 6 (2005-2009).[11] Since its inception in 1991, combined sales of the Kewet and Buddy totaled about 1,500 units through October 2013.[149] As of March 2016[update], the Buddy was still on sale.[150]

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Mitsubishi i-MiEV
(rebadged also as
Peugeot iOn and
Citron C-ZERO )

BEV

4 million yen
(~US$43,000)
to US$29,125 (US)
[151]

100 mi (160 km)

The i-MiEV is the world's first modern highway-capable mass production electric car.[152][153] Fleet leasing began in Japan in July 2009,[154] and retail sales began in Japan in April 2010,[155] followed by Hong Kong and Australia in 2010, and several European countries, Costa Rica, Chile, Canada and the U.S. in 2011.[156][157]

As of June 2016[update], and accounting for all variants of the i-MiEV family, including the rebadged Peugeot iOn and Citron C-Zero sold in Europe, about 37,600 units have been sold worldwide since 2009.[158] Sales of the passenger model are led by Japan with 10,423 i-MiEVs sold through December 2014.[159][160] followed by Norway with 5,334 units sold, including 2,589 i-MiEVs, 1,352 C-Zeros, and 1,393 iOns;[161][162][163][164] France with 4,772 units, including 2,419 iOns, 2,241 C-Zeros, and 112 i-MiEVs;[165] Germany with 2,494 units registered, including 976 i-MiEVs, 965 C-Zeros and 553 iOns;[166][167][168][169] and the U.S. with a total of 1,893 Mitsubishi i's sold through December 2014.[170]

Chery QQ3 EV

BEV

CN40,000
(~US$6,480)
after incentives

100 km (62 mi)

Deliveries began in China in March 2010.[171] The QQ3 EV was the top selling new energy car in China between 2011 and 2013, with 2,167 units sold in 2011, 3,129 in 2012, and 5,727 in 2013.[172] Cumulative sales since January 2011 through June 2015 reached 22,097 units.[172][173][174]

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JAC J3 EV

BEV

CN158,000
(~US$25,595)

130 km (81 mi)

Launched in China in 2010. Cumulative sales reached 10,161 units through June 2015.[174][175][176][177][178]
A third generation model, called JAC J3 iev, was launched in September 2012.
[176]

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Tazzari Zero

BEV

20,300
(~US$29,200)
GB21,500
(~US$34,850)

140 km (87 mi)

Sales began in several European countries in 2010.[179][180]
A total of 34 units were sold in Norway in 2011.
[161]

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Nissan Leaf

BEV

US$32,780(4)
(MY 2011)
[181]

US$36,020
(MY 2012)
[182]

US$29,650
(MY 2013)
[183]

MY 2011/12
73 mi (117 km)
[184]

MY 2013
75 mi (121 km)
[184]

MY 2014/15
84 mi (135 km)
[184]

MY 2016
107 mi (172 km)
[185]

Retail deliveries began in the U.S. and Japan, and fleet customers in Portugal in December 2010.[186][187][188] As of February 2013[update], the Leaf is also available in Australia, Canada, 17 European countries and other international markets.[189] Global Leaf sales passed the 200,000 unit milestone by early December 2015, five years after its introduction.[190][191]

Beginning in June 2013 the 2013 model built in the UK has a battery leasing option that varies from GB70 (US$108) to GB129 (US$198) per month depending on the miles driven per year and length of the lease. This option reduces the purchase price by GB5,000 (US$7,680) compared with buying the car with the battery included.[192] A similar option will be available in most European countries.[193]

The Nissan Leaf is the world's best-selling highway-capable electric car in history, with global sales of more than 240,000 units delivered through September 2016.[194] The United States ranks as the top selling market with 101,698 units delivered through November 2016,[195] followed by Japan with 70,346 units through October 2016,[195] and Europe with about 64,000 units through September 2016.[196] As of November 2016[update], the European market leader is Norway with 19,150 new Leafs registered,[195] and over 27,100 units on the road accounting for used imports,[197] followed by the UK with 15,000 units registered by mid-September 2016.[198][199]

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Smart electric drive

BEV

2nd generation
Leasing only
GB375/month (UK)
[223]
US$599/mo (US)
[224]
3rd generation
US$25,750
[225] (US)

2nd generation
63 mi (101 km)
3rd generation
90 mi (140 km)
[225]

Field testing began in London with 100 units in 2007. The second generation was introduced in 2009 and leasing in the U.S. began in January 2011, limited to 250 units.[224][226][227] Deliveries of the third generation model began in the U.S. in May 2013,[228] and are scheduled to begin in Europe during the second quarter of 2013, and will be available in more than 30 markets worldwide.[225][229]

More than 8,800 units have been sold in North America and Europe through June 2014. This figure includes over 2,300 units of the second generation models leased in 18 markets around the world between 2009 and October 2012.[230] Of these, 1,721 units were registered in Europe through October 2012,[52] and 527 units in the U.S. through December 2012.[96][231] During 2013 a total of 4,130 units of the third generation were sold worldwide.[232] Over 6,500 units of the third generation have been sold through June 2014.[232][233] As of June 2014[update], combined sales of both generations reached 3,959 units in Germany,[234][235][236][237][238] 2,542 units in the U.S.[96][239][240] and 865 units in France.[165]

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Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric

BEV

1,500/mo
(US$1,955)
Leasing only
[241]

93 mi (150 km)

Field testing with 50 units took place in Gteborg, Sweden in 2010. Limited production began in June 2011 and leasing to fleet customers in Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands and Norway began in the third quarter of 2011.[242]

A total of 209 units have been leased in Europe through October 2012.[52] Since 2011 a total of 149 units have been delivered in Sweden through March 2013.[243][244]

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BYD e6

BEV

369,800 RMB
~US$32,995

190 mi (310 km)

Sales to the general public began in October, 2011, in Shenzhen, China.[245] A total of 33 units were sold in 2010, 401 in 2011, 1,690 in 2012, 1,544 in 2013, and increased to 3,560 in 2014, and 7,029 in 2015.[246] Cumulative sales in China totaled 34,862 units through December 2016.[246][247] The e6 ranked as the top selling all-electric plug-in passenger car in China in 2016.[247]

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Bollor Bluecar

BEV

19,000 (US$24,850) +
80/mo (US$105)
fee for the battery
(VAT not included)[248]

250 km (160 mi)

The Bluecar was deployed in December 2011 as part of the Autolib' carsharing in Paris.[249] Leasing to individual and corporate customers began in October 2012 limited to the le-de-France area.[250] Retail sales began in February 2013. Owners can access the Autolib' network of charging stations around Paris for an optional monthly fee of 15 (US$20).[248]

A total of 5,689 units have been registered in France through September 2016,[165] with over 2,000 units deployed for the Autolib' carsharing program.[251] The Bollor Bluecar was the top selling highway-capable electric car in the French market in 2012.[252]

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Ford Focus Electric

BEV

US$39,995[253]

76 mi (122 km)[254]

U.S. Deliveries for fleet customers began in December 2011 and to retail customers in May 2012. Initially sales are limited to New York, New Jersey and California.[255][256] A total of 3,965 units have been delivered in the U.S. through September 2014.[96][110][257][258]

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Renault Fluence Z.E.

BEV

205,000 DKK (27,496) +
a monthly fee
for the battery
[259]

100 mi (160 km)

The Fluence Z.E. was the only electric car deployed within the Better Place network in Israel and Denmark. Less than 1,000 units were deployed in Israel and around 400 units in Denmark through May 2013, when the company filed for bankruptcy.[260][261] Since 2012 the Fluence Z.E. is sold in South Korea as the SM3 Z.E. under the Renault Samsung Motors badge.[262]

Since 2010 a total of 3,935 units have been sold worldwide through October 2014,[263] with 2,384 registered in Europe.[264] In France, 727 units have been registered through October 2014.[165]

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Tesla Model S

BEV

US$66,000 to US$161,000[279]

60 kWh: 210 mi (340 km)[279]

75 kWh: 259 mi (417 km)[279]

90 kWh: 294 mi (473 km)[279]

100 kWh: 315 mi (507 km)[279]

Deliveries of the 85 kWh premium limited edition model in the U.S. began in June 2012.[280] Base models with 60 kWh and 85 kWh. packs were released during the first quarter of 2013.[281] Retail deliveries started in Europe in August 2013.[282] Deliveries in China began in April 2014.[283] First deliveries of the right-hand-drive model destined for the UK, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan began in the second quarter of 2014.[284]

In December 2015 global Model S sales passed the 100,000 unit milestone.[285] In June 2015, three years after the Model S introduction, Tesla announced that Model S owners globally have accumulated over 1 billion electric miles (1.6 billion km) traveled.[286][287] The Tesla Model S is the first plug-in electric vehicle fleet to have reached the 1 billion electric miles milestone.[287] A variant with a 100 kWh battery pack was introduced in August 2016.[288]

As of November 2016[update], more than 150,000 Model S sedans have been sold worldwide since its introduction, ranking as the world's second best selling plug-in car ever after the Nissan Leaf.[194] The Model S was the world's best-selling plug-in electric car in 2015,[289] and continued to lead global plug-in car sales during the first nine months of 2016.[290]

As of September 2016[update], the United States is the leading market with about 84,000 units sold,[291][292][293] followed by Norway with 11,763 new units registered through the end of September 2016,[163][294][295][296] China with 5,524 units registered through September 2015,[297][298] and the Netherlands with 5,622 units registered at the end of September 2016.[299]

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Renault Zoe

BEV

20,700
(US$27,250) +
a monthly fee for the battery
(22 kWh)

22 kWh
210 km (130 mi)
(NEDC)

41 kWh
400 km (250 mi)
(NEDC)
[307]

Retail customer deliveries began in France in limited number in December 2012, and availability was increased in France and the rest of Europe during the first quarter of 2013.[308][309] The cost of leasing the battery for 36 months starts from 79/month (US$104/month).[310] A new variant with an optional 41 kWh lithium-ion battery called the ZE40 was introduced in September 2016.[307]

Global sales passed the 50,000 unit milestone in June 2016.[311] Zoe sales are led by France with 27,155 units registered as of June 2016[update].[311] Following next are Germany with 4,304 units through December 2015,[168][169][214] and the UK with 3,327 units registered at the end of 2015.[312] Cumulative global sales totaled 61,205 units up until December 2016.[313] The Zoe has been the top selling all-electric car in Europe for two years running, 2015 and 2016.[314][315] Also, the Zoe topped European sales in the broader plug-in electric car segment in 2016, ahead of the Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV, the top selling plug-in car in the previous two years.[316]

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Roewe E50

BEV

CN234,900 (US$37,589)[352]

180 km (110 mi)[353]

Available only in China, with 238 units sold in 2012 and 7 units during the first half of 2013.[175][354] Deliveries began in Shanghai in January 2013.[355]

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Rimac Concept One

BEV

~740,500[356]

310 mi (500 km)[357]

The car is capable of reaching 308 km/h (191 mph). Between January 2013 and October 2014, eight cars have been manufactured and sold.[358]

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Mahindra e2o

BEV

Rs 7.0 lakh
(US$12,900)
to
Rs 8.5 lakh
(US$15,670)
[361]

100 km (62 mi)[362]

Market release was rescheduled several times. Previously known as the REVA NXR, it was launched in India in March 2013. Sales in Europe are planned for late 2013.[362][363]

Under 1,000 units were sold in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka during 2013.[364][365]

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Chevrolet Spark EV

BEV

US$27,495[366]

82 mi (132 km)[367]

The first all-electric car from General Motors after the GM EV1 was released in limited quantities in the U.S. in selected markets in California and Oregon in June 2013.[368] The Spark EV was released in South Korea in October 2013.[369] Retail sales were scheduled to begin in Maryland in the second quarter of 2015.[370]
Sales totaled 4,161 units in the American market through November 2015.
[111][239][371]

2013-03-05 Geneva Motor Show 8283 Fiat 500e.jpg

Fiat 500e

BEV

US$32,500[372]

87 mi (140 km)[373]

Launched in July 2013, the 500e is initially available only in California.[374]

About 16,549 units have been sold in the U.S. through May 2016.[375]

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Volkswagen e-Up!

BEV

26,900[376]
(~US$34,500)

160 km (99 mi)[376]

Retail sales in Germany and other European countries began in October 2013.[377]

A total of 9,157 e-Up! cars have been sold in Europe through October 2015.[378][379][380]

Kandi EV

BEV

Leasing only
US$130 to US$160
per month
[405]

120 km (75 mi)[405]

The Kandi EV city car was deployed in 2013 in China as part of the Kandi EV CarShare, an electric car vending machine-like carsharing program in the city of Hangzhou.[405] The car is also available for leasing of between 1 and 3 years.[405] Sales totaled 5,239 units in the first half of 2014.[406]

BMW Brilliance Zinoro 1E

BEV

Leasing only
7,400 RMB
per month
(~US$1,200)
[426]

150 km (93 mi)[427]

Only available for leasing in Beijing and Shanghai.[427]

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Kia Soul EV

BEV

42 million won
( ~US$39,400)
[428]
in South Korea
US$33,700
in the U.S.
[429]

93 mi (150 km)[430]

Deliveries began in South Korea in May 2014.[431][432] European sales began in July 2014.[433] Sales in the U.S. began in the last quarter of 2014, initially it was sold only in California and Oregon, and several Eastern states with the largest EV markets and infrastructure including New York, New Jersey and Maryland.[428]

The 10,000 unit mark was passed in January 2016, with Europe as the leading market with 6,770 units sold, followed by South Korea with 1,580, and the United States with 1,411.[434] As of December 2015[update], the leading European markets are Germany with 3,853 units sold,[435][436] and Norway with 1,637 units.[164][437]

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Volkswagen e-Golf

BEV

34,900[447]
(~US$47,800)
in Europe
US$35,445
in the U.S.
[448]

130 to 190 km (81 to 118 mi)[447]

Field testing planned with 500 units.[449] The first 10 units began field testing in Wolfsburg in May 2011.[450] A second batch of 80 test cars began testing in mid-2011 in Berlin, Hannover and Wolfsburg.[451] In February 2012, field testing began in California, and a total of 20 eGolfs will be allocated to the U.S. test program.[452]

Retail deliveries began in Europe in May 2014, and in October 2014 in the U.S. in selected markets.[448] As of December 2015[update], a total of 19,131 units have been sold worldwide, with 14,542 in Europe[453][454] and 4,589 units in the U.S.[111][303]

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Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive

BEV

US$41,450[455]

87 mi (140 km)[456]

Deliveries began in the U.S. in July 2014.[457] A total of 448 units have been sold in the U.S. through November 2014.[458]

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Venucia e30

BEV

CN267,800[474]
(~ US$43,705)

160 km (99 mi)[475]

The Venucia e30 is the Chinese manufactured version of the Nissan Leaf, and as such, shares many features of the Leaf, including bodywork, dimensions, and electric-drive specifications.[476][477] Dongfeng Nissan started pilot projects in Guangzhou, Xiangyang and Dalian in 2013, with a total of 300 rebadged Leafs deployed since local production of the Venucia e30 had not begun at the time.[474][478]

Retail sales of the Venucia e30, began in September 2014.[474][479] Initially the e30 is available in nine cities: Beijing, Dalian, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Wuhan and Zhengzhou. Nationwide availability is expected for 2015.[474] A total of 582 units were sold in 2014.[177]

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Denza

BEV

CN369,000
(~ US$59,000)
[480]

300 km (190 mi)[480]

Deliveries to retail customers were scheduled to begin in September 2014. The Denza is available initially only in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.[480] Sales totaled 132 units in 2014.[177]

Chery eQ

BEV

CN150,000
(~US$24,160)
[483]

200 km (120 mi)[483]

Deliveries began in China in November 2014.[484] A total of 542 units were sold in the country in 2014,[177] and cumulative sales totaled 2,671 units through June 2015.[174][177]

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Tesla Model X

BEV

US$74,000 to US$163,250[500]

60 kWh:

200 mi (320 km)
[500]

75 kWh: 237 mi (381 km)[500]

90 kWh: 259 mi (417 km)[500]

100 kWh: 289 mi (465 km)[500]

Production was initially scheduled to start by the end of 2013, and later postponed several times in order to achieve Model S production targets and to focus on overseas roll outs.[501][502][503] The first six units were delivered in the U.S. in September 2015.[504] A variant with a larger 100 kWh battery pack was introduced in August 2016.[288]

Global sales passed the 10,000 unit mark in August 2016.[505] Global deliveries totaled 25,524 units through December 2016.[351] The United States is its main market with 18,240 units delivered through December 2016.[351][506]

BYD e5

BEV

Not available

220 km (137 mi)[507]

Launched in China in September 2015, with 1,426 units sold in 2015.[508] A total of 14,645 units have been sold in China through November 2016.[246][414][416]

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Detroit Electric SP.01

BEV

US$135,000[519]

180 mi (290 km)[519]

Sales in the United States were scheduled to begin in August 2013.[519][520] Production was delayed because, as of August 2013[update], the company had not been able to secure an agreement for a manufacturing facility.[521] In 2015 the production facility was finally located in Leamington Spa, UK, and manufacturing began in late 2015. The first production unit was exported to China in February 2016 to be used as a demonstrator.[522]

BYD Qin EV300

BEV

259,800 rmb
(~US$40,200)
[523]

300 km (190 mi)[524]

Launched in China in March 2016.[523] A total of 10,137 units were sold in China between March and November 2016.[246][414][416]

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Hyundai Ioniq Electric

BEV

US$29,500[529]

110 mi (180 km)[530]

The Ioniq Electric was released in South Korea in July 2016, and sold over 1,000 units during its first two months in the market.[531] Sales are scheduled to begin in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2017.[532]

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Chevrolet Bolt EV

BEV

US$29,500[529]

238 mi (383 km) (EPA)[542]

Retail deliveries began in the U.S. in December 2016.[544]

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Opel Ampera-e

BEV

US$37,500[541]


500 km (310 mi) (NEDC)
[543]

The European version, marketed as the Opel Ampera-e, will go into production in 2017.[545]

As of January 2017[update], a total of 1,741 units have been sold in the U.S.[546][547]

 

 

There are currently 37 PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) on the market today. The following is a list:

 

Model

Type

Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)

Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)

Comments

BMW i3 01.jpg

BMW i3

BEV and
PHEV option

34,950 (US$46,400)
in Germany
US$42,275 in the U.S.
plus US$3,850
for range-extender option.
[381][382]

MY 2014/17
(60 Ah)
130 km (81 mi)
[383]

MY 2017
(94 Ah)
183 km (114 mi)

REx MY 2014/16
116 km (72 mi)
[384]

A REx range extender option is available.[381] The first i3 deliveries to retail customers in Europe took place at the official market launch ceremony held in Munich on 15 November 2013.[385] The i3 was also launched in the UK in November 2013.[386] The release in the American market took place in May 2014.[387] The 2017 model year i3 offers an option with a larger 33 kWh battery pack that increased the range to 114 mi (183 km) from 81 mi (130 km). It was released in the United States and Europe in July 2016.[383]

Global sales totaled more than 60,000 units by early November 2016.[388] The United States is the top selling market with 23,321 units sold through October 2016.[291][292][389] The other top markets are Norway with 7,020 new units registered through October 2016,[164][295][390][391] Germany with 6,811 units registered through September 2016,[168][169][214][392] and the UK with almost 6,000 i3s sold through October 2016.[393]

The i3 ranked third among all-electric cars sold worldwide in 2014,[394][395] and again ranked third in 2015.[289] It also ranked fifth in 2015 among the world's top selling plug-in electric cars.[289] As of June 2016[update], the i3 ranks as the world's fourth best selling all-electric car in history.[311] Global i3 sales passed the 50,000 unit milestone in July 2016.[311]

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Chevrolet Volt
(1st generation)

PHEV

1st generation
US$41,000
(MY 2011)
[200]

1st generation
35 mi (56 km)
[204]

2nd generation
53 mi (85 km)
[205]

Volt deliveries in the U.S. began in December 2010[206] and in September 2011 in Canada.[207] European customer deliveries of the Opel Ampera began in February 2012.[208] Global Volt/Ampera family cumulative sales passed the 100,000 unit milestone in October 2015.[209]

As of November 2016[update], the Volt/Ampera family ranks as the world's best-selling plug-in car in history, with global sales of more than 130,500 units, including over 10,000 Opel/Vauxhall Amperas sold through June 2016.[195] Sales are led by the Chevrolet Volt, with the United States as its main market with 109,798 units sold followed by Canada with 8,612, both through November 2016,[195] and the Netherlands with 1,065 units registered until December 2014.[210] As of December 2015[update], Ampera sales in Europe were led by the Netherlands with 5,031 units registered,[211][212][213] followed by Germany with 1,542 units registered,[166][167][168][169][214] and the UK with 1,279 registered at the end of September 2015.[215]

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Opel Ampera

PHEV

US$39,995
(MY 2012)[201]

US$34,995
(MY 2014)[202]

1st generation
35 mi (56 km)[204]


In July 2014, Opel announced that due to the slowdown in sales, the Ampera would be discontinued after the launch of second generation Volt.[216] Production of the first generation 2015 model year Volt ended in mid-May 2015,[217] while manufacturing of pre-production units of the second generation began in March 2015.[218] Retail sales of the second generation Volt are scheduled to begin in the second half of 2015 as a 2016 model year.[219] In April 2015, General Motors confirmed that it would not build the second generation Volt in right-hand-drive configuration. Due to low sales in Australia the Holden Volt was discontinued after the remaining stock was sold out.[220]

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Chevrolet Volt
(2nd generation)

PHEV

2nd generation
US$33,995 (MY 2016)
[203]

2nd generation
53 mi (85 km)
[205]

Retail deliveries of the second generation Volt began in the U.S. and Canada in October 2015 as a 2016 model year.[221][222] Availability in the American market is limited to California and the other 10 states that follow Californias zero emission vehicle regulations. The second generation Volt is scheduled to go on sale as a 2017 model year in the 39 remaining states by the second quarter of 2016.[221]

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Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
(1st generation)

PHEV

US$32,000 (base) to
US$39,525 (advanced)
[265]

11 mi (18 km)[266]

Launched in Japan in late January 2012,[267] and released in the U.S. in late February 2012.[268] Deliveries in Europe started in June 2012 and sales in Canada began in September 2012.[269][270] Production of the first generation Prius Plug-in ended in June 2015.[271] Production of the next generation plug-in is expected to start in about October 2016.[272]

As of April 2016[update], a total of 75,400 Prius PHVs had been sold worldwide,[273] with the United States as the market leader with 42,320 units delivered through April 2016.[274][275] Japan is the second largest market with about 22,100 units sold, followed by the European market with cumulative sales of about 10,500 units delivered, both through April 2016.[273]

The leading European markets are the Netherlands with 4,134 units registered by the end of November 2015,[276] followed by the UK with 1,501 units registered as of September 2015[update],[215] and Sweden with 1,217 units registered through December 2015.[277][278]

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Ford C-Max Energi

PHEV

US$33,745[300]

20 mi (32 km)[301]

Released in the U.S. by mid October 2012.[302]

Over 35,700 units have been sold in North America and Europe through December 2016, with 33,509 units delivered in the U.S.[96][110][111][303][304] 967 units in Canada,[305] and 1,229 in the Netherlands.[306]

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Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid

PHEV

~ 50,000
~ GB40,000
[317]

50 km (31 mi)[318]

Deliveries began in Sweden in late 2012 and in the UK in June 2013.[319][320] According to Volvo, the first 1,000 units were sold before deliveries had begun, and production was ramp up to 5,000 units for 2013. The V60 PHEV is the world's first diesel plug-in hybrid. The car is not expected to be available in the U.S.[318]

A total of 19,571 units have sold in Europe through December 2015.[321][322][323] As of October 2015[update], sales are led by the Netherlands with 11,169 units registered,[324] followed by Sweden with 1,388 units registered through December 2014.[243][325]

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Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid

PHEV

US$39,780[326]

13 mi (21 km)[326]

Sales began in the U.S. available only in California and New York in January 2013.[327] The Accord PHEV was introduced in Japan in June 2013 and it is available only for leasing, primarily to corporations and government agencies.[328] As of December 2013[update], the Accord PHEV ranks as the third best selling plug-in hybrid in the Japanese market.[329]

A total of 1,034 units have been sold in the United States through June 2015.[111][239][330] In June 2015 Honda announced that the Accord Plug-in Hybrid will be discontinued after the 2015 model year, together with the Civic hybrid and natural gas variants. The company plans to launch of a new dedicated plug-in hybrid and battery electric models after the introduction of Honda's next generation fuel cell vehicle in 2016.[331]

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Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV

PHEV

3,324,000 US$36,650
to 4,297,000 (US$47,380)

60 km (37 mi)[332]

The Outlander P-HEV was released in the Japanese market in January 2013, becoming the first SUV plug-in hybrid available for retail sales.[333] The European launched was originally scheduled for July 2013,[334] but retail sales began in the Netherlands until October 2013 due to battery problems in the initial production batch.[335] The introduction in the United States has been delayed several times.[336][337][338][339] As of June 2016[update], U.S. deliveries were scheduled to begin by August 2016 as a 2017 model year.[340][341] In July 2016, the release in the American market was postponed one more time, being rescheduled until mid-2017.[342]

Global sales passed the 100,000 unit milestone in March 2016.[343][344] Europe is the leading market with 80,768 units sold through December 2016,[345] followed by Japan with 33,730 units through March 2016, and Australia with 2,015.[344] As of September 2016[update], European sales were led by the UK and the Netherlands, each country with about 25,000 registered.[346][347]

The Outlander P-HEV was the top selling plug-in electric vehicle in Europe in 2014 and again in 2015.[348][349] The Outlander PHEV has been Europe's best-selling plug-in hybrid vehicle for four years in a row, from 2013 to 2016.[345] Both in 2014 and 2015, it also ranked as the world's top selling plug-in hybrid, and as the third best selling plug-in car after the all-electrics Tesla Model S and Nissan Leaf.[289][350] As of December 2016[update], the Outlander P-HEV ranked as the world's all-time second best-selling plug-in hybrid after the Chevrolet Volt, and fourth all-time top selling plug-in electric car.[343] Cumulative global sales totaled about 119,500 units through December 2016.[351]

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Ford Fusion Energi

PHEV

US$39,495[359]
(Feb 2013)

US$35,525
(Jan 2014)
[360]

20 mi (32 km)[301]

Released in the U.S. in February 2013.

A total of 43,713 units have been sold in North America through December 2016, with 43,327 units delivered in the U.S.[110][303][304] and 386 units in Canada.[305]

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Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid

PHEV

110,409
in Germany
[396]
US$99,000
in the U.S.
[397]

32 km (20 mi)[397]

Released in the U.S. in October 2013,[239][398][399] and during the fourth quarter of 2013 in several European countries.

As of December 2013[update], a total of 90 units had been delivered in France,[400] 86 units in the United States,[110] 59 in the Netherlands,<[401] 14 in Spain,[402] and about 12 in Germany.[237] Cumulative sales in the U.S. reached 698 units through August 2014.[110][403] Global sales between January and August 2014 totaled over 1,500 units, presenting 9% of all Panamera models sold worldwide.[404]

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BYD Qin

PHEV

189,800 rmb[407]
(~US$31,000)

70 km (43 mi)[408]

Retails sales of the Qin began in Costa Rica in November 2013, and sales in other Latin American countries were scheduled to begin in 2014.[409][410][411] Retail sales were initially scheduled to begin in Shenzhen in August 2013,[412] and after being rescheduled several times,[408][413] deliveries began in China in mid December 2013.[407]

As of November 2016[update], cumulative sales in China totaled 67,834 units.[414][415][416] The Qin ranked as the top selling plug-in electric car in China in 2014,[177] and became the all-time top selling plug-in passenger car in the country.[394] The Qin remained as the all-time top selling passenger NEV in China in 2015 with 31,898 units sold.[417] The BYD Qin was the world's second best selling plug-in hybrid car in 2015 after the Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV, and also ranked fifth in 2015 among the world's top selling plug-in electric cars.[289] Cumulative sales in China passed the 50,000 unit milestone in April 2016.[418]

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SAIC Roewe 550 PHEV

PHEV

248,800 rmb[419]
(~US$40,600)

58 km (36 mi)[419]

Retails sales of the Roewe 550 PHEV began in China in November 2013.[419] Cumulative sales totaled 11,711 units through December 2015.[177][420]

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Cadillac ELR

PHEV

US$75,995[421]

35 mi (56 km)[421]

Deliveries to retail customers in the U.S. began in December 2013, with 6 units sold.[422] Production ended in February 2016.[423]

As of April 2016[update], cumulative sales in North America totaled about 2,800 units,[424] with 2,697 units delivered in the American market through April 2016.[111][275][303] and 78 units in Canada through March 2016.[305][425]

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BMW i8

PHEV

US$135,925
(~ 103,000
GB86,800)
[438]

37 km (23 mi)(NEDC)[439]
15 mi (24 km) (EPA)
[440]

Retail deliveries began in Germany in June 2014.[441] Deliveries to retail customers in the U.S. started in August 2014.[442]

Global deliveries to retail customers totaled more than 10,000 units by early November 2016.[388] The United States is the leading market with 4,108 units delivered through October 2016,[111][303][389] followed by the UK with about 1,700 sold through October 2016,[393] and Germany with 986 i8s registered through September 2016.[169][214][392]

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Volkswagen XL1

PHEV

111,000
(~US$146,000)
[443]

50 km (31 mi)[444]

Production began by mid 2013 and it will be limited to 250 units,[443] of which, only 200 will be sold to retail customers.[445] Retail deliveries began in Germany in June 2014.[446]

VW expects its diesel-powered PHEV to achieve 0.9 l/100 km (260 mpg‑US), becoming the most fuel-efficient car in the world.[444]

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Audi A3 Sportback e-tron

PHEV

37,000
US$49,000
[459]

50 km (31 mi)[460]

Field testing in the U.S. began by mid-2012 with a fleet of 17 all-electric A3s. The testing was conducted among Audi's engineers and company employees only.[461][462] Audi decided to produce only a plug-in hybrid version.[463]

Sales across Europe began in August 2014.[464] Deliveries in the U.S. began in December 2015.[465] The first 227 units were registered in Germany in August 2014.[466] As of December 2015[update], global sales totaled 12,994 units, of which 12,945 units were registered in Europe[323] and 49 units in the United States.[467]

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Volkswagen Golf GTE

PHEV

36,900[468]
(~US$48,390)

50 km (31 mi)[469]

The market launch in Europe was scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2014.[469] The first units were registered in Germany in August 2014.[466] European sales totaled 18,397 through December 2015.[323]

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Mercedes-Benz S 500 e

PHEV

108,945[470]
(~US$146,000)

14 mi (23 km)[471]

Deliveries began in Europe in September 2014,[140][472] and in the U.S. in July 2015.[473] A total of 621 units have been registered in Europe through October 2015,[380] and 83 in the U.S. through November 2015.[371]

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Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid

PHEV

82,087
(~US$110,000)
[481]
in Germany
US$76,400
[482]
in the U.S.

14 mi (23 km)

Deliveries in Germany were scheduled to begin in October 2014.[481] Sales in the U.S. began November 2014. A total of 45 units were sold during its first month in the American market.[458]

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Volkswagen Passat GTE

PHEV

Not available

50 km (31 mi)[485]

The Passat GTE is the first plug-in hybrid available as both sedan and station wagon.[485] The first demo units were registered in Germany in January 2015.[486] A total of 1,067 units have been sold in Europe through October 2015.[380]

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Mercedes-Benz C 350 e

PHEV

50,962
for the Saloon
52,628
for the Estate
including VAT

31 km (19 mi)[487]

Available in two version, Saloon and Estate, the plug-in hybrid was released in Europe in March 2015.[487][488] A total of 2,599 units have been sold in Europe through October 2015.[380]

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Audi Q7 e-tron

PHEV

Not available

56 km (35 mi)[489]

The first units of the diesel-powered SUV were registered in Germany in April 2015.[490] Cumulative sales in Germany totaled 344 units through April 2016.[436][491]

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BYD Tang

PHEV

CN300,000[492]
(~ US$48,000)

80 km (50 mi)[493]

Deliveries of the SUV began in China in June 2015.[174]

A total of 49,780 units have been sold in China through December 2016.[420][247] The Tang ranked as the top selling plug-in electric car in China in 2016.[247]

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Volvo XC90 T8

PHEV

US$68,100[494]

43 km (27 mi)
(NEDC)
[495]
23 km (14 mi)
(EPA)
[496]

Deliveries of the XC90 T8 PHEV began in the United States in August 2015.[497] According to Volvo, sales of the plug-in variant represent 20% of Volvo XC90 global sales by mid-March 2016.[498]

Sales in Europe totaled 2,653 units in 2015.[323] Cumulative sales in the U.S. totaled 488 units up until February 2016.[303][499]

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BMW X5 xDrive40e

PHEV

Starts at
US$63,095
[509]

23 km (14 mi)[510]

The production version was unveiled at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show.[511] Retail deliveries in the U.S. began in October 2015.[512] A total of 285 units have been sold in the U.S. through November 2015,[371] and 371 in Europe through October 2015.[380]

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Hyundai Sonata PHEV

PHEV

Not available

27 mi (43 km)[513]

The Sonata PHEV was released in the U.S. in November 2015 with 15 units delivered during its first month in the American market.[514]

Volvo S60L PHEV

PHEV

Not available

53 km (33 mi)[515]

The first 181 S60L PHEVs were delivered in China in November 2015.[516]

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BMW 330e iPerformance

PHEV

US$44,695[517]

14 mi (23 km)[518]

The first units were delivered in Europe by late 2015. A total of 68 units were sold in the Netherlands by the end of 2015.[306] Retail sales in the U.S. are scheduled to begin by mid-2016.[517]

Mercedes-Benz GLC 350 e

PHEV

Not available

31 km (19 mi)

Sales of the plug-in hybrid started in Germany in 2016.[525] A total of 15 units have been registered in Germany through May 2016.[526]

Mercedes-Benz GLE 550e

PHEV

Not available

12 km (7.5 mi)[527]

The first 19 units were delivered in the American market in June 2016.[528]

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BMW 740e iPerformance

PHEV

91,900[533]
(~US$101,000)

14 mi (23 km)[534]

Sales of the 740e iPerformance began in Germany in July 2016.[533] Deliveries in China began in September 2016.[535]

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Toyota Prius Prime
(2nd gen. Prius PHV)

PHEV

US$27,950[536]

25 mi (40 km)[536]

Retail deliveries began in the U.S. in November 2016. A total of 781 units were sold during its first month in the American market, setting a new record monthly sales volume debut for any plug-in electric car released in the U.S.[537] The second generation Prius PHV was released in Japan on 15 February 2017.[538]

Retail deliveries are scheduled to begin in the UK in March 2017,[539] and in France in June 2017.[540]

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Cadillac CT6 Plug-in Hybrid

PHEV

China
CN558,800
( ~US$80,408)
U.S.
US$76,090
[548]

37 mi (60 km)[549]

Released in the Chinese market in December 2016. Sales in the U.S. are scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2017.[548]

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Kia Optima PHEV

PHEV

Not available

27 mi (43 km)[550]

Retail deliveries began in the U.S. in January 2017 with 40 units sold.[547]