By Jeff Cobb Plug-in electrified vehicles are projected to begin outselling hybrids in the U.S. but it may not be as soon as some people think.
As we reported in February, the total number of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and battery electric vehicles (EV) for sale in the U.S. now exceeds the total number of hybrid vehicles.
Quantity of selection is not however the same as quality of sales. That is, the U.S. “take rate,” or market share percentage is about half as much for the 34 plug-in vehicles versus the 30 hybrids on offer. Hybrids, down from the lower 3 percent range are
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