PHEV - Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle

Term Definition
A Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle is a vehicle that is powered both by an Internal Combustion Engine and an Electric Motor. As the name implies, plug-in hybrid vehicles can be recharged via a mains power supply or dedicated electric vehicle fast charger. The internal-combustion engine can also recharge the batteries, as well as provide extended range.
Examples: Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, BMW 330e, Mercedes-Benz A250e
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