The year 2020 was mostly about the pandemic, yes, but in the world of electrified cars, there was a lot going on a well. Now, 2021 is shaping up to be an even an important year as this technology in our vehicles becomes increasingly accepted.
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While it's true that 2021 is marked by the introduction of several new electric models, plug-in hybrid technology - or PHEV if you prefer - still has its raison d'être, although in the long its relevance will be increasingly questioned as improvements make all-electric vehicle more and more attractive and acceptable to masses of consumers.
Here then is our fifth annual guide to plug-in hybrids.