Across the BEVs currently available (or that will be in the next few months) in the US, they average (mean) 82.8 kWh and the median battery size is 78 kWh. For PHEVs, the mean battery size is 14.9 kWh and median is 14 kWh and mean range is 28.4 miles (EPA) of range versus 285.4 miles of range for BEVs.
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.
BEVs available in the US (currently and through the next few months) now average 250 miles of range and are powered by battery packs that average 70 kWh. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) average 21.9 miles of range (in electric mode) with 10 kWh as the average battery pack size. Around 2023-2024, the average BEV […]
Across the 25 PHEVs, the average and median range is 21.6 and 21.o miles respectively. This range is produced from an average battery pack size of 10.0 kWh and median size of 9.2 kWh. This translates to 2.2 miles of range per kWh on average and a median of 2.0 miles per kWh.