No combustion engine means no polluting emissions, and you can plug into any standard grounded household outlet. Imagine waking up to a full tank every morning and never going to a gas station ever again.
Consider this the electric car with a backup plan. It has a primary electric motor as well as a small gas generator. When the electric charge runs low, the gas kicks in—not to turn the wheels, but to recharge the battery.
Perfect for the long-distance road warrior, this car has two drive trains—one gas and one electric—and two ways to drive. It can run on just its electric battery and shift to gas power when the charge gets low. Or it can run like a traditional hybrid with both drive trains working together.