In conducting a recent long-term EV sales forecast, I identified that a potential 210 electric vehicle models (both BEV and PHEV) would be available in the US by the end of 2030. Another 20 or so, mostly PHEV models, would also be phased out by automakers in the latter half of this decade as they focus more on bringing BEVs to market.
With 32 PHEVs currently available in the US (as of September 21, 2021), they come in a wide variety of types, price, EPA range, and battery size. In the chart below we’ve analyzed the 32 PHEVs across 6 metrics. The mean (commonly referred to as the average) range is 24.7 miles and mean battery size is 13.5 kWh. When looking at the median, however, range drops to 21 miles and battery size down to 12.5 kWh.