List of modern production plug-in electric vehicles

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Three plug-in all-electric cars, a Th!nk City, a REVAi, and a Tesla Roadster, recharging from an on-street public charger.

This is a list of modern mass production highway-capable plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs), and also includes those plug-ins at an advanced stage of development or being tested in demonstration programs. A PEV is any motor vehicle that can be recharged from any external source of electricity, and a subcategory of electric vehicles that includes all-electric or battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid vehicles, (PHEVs), and plug-in conversions of hybrid electric vehicles depending on battery size and their all-electric range.[1][2] Conventional hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are not included.

Modern plug-in electric cars commercially produced[edit]

Models out of production (1970–2014)[edit]

List of modern PEV automobiles, pickups, vans and SUVs
commercially produced from 1970
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
Models out of production
(1970–2014)
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Enfield 8000
BEV GB£2,808 ~35 mi (56 km) British city car produced from 1973 to 1977 on the Isle of Wight. 120 units produced.[3]
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Zagato Zele
BEV US$2,995 (1000 Series)
US$3,395 (2000 Series)
50 mi (80 km) Italian microcar produced from 1974 to 1976. Sold in Europe as well as the United States as the Zagato Elcar. Approximately 500 units produced.[4]
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Citicar
BEV US$2,690 ~50 mi (80 km) American microcar produced from 1974 to 1977. An upgrade version was later produced as the Comuta-Car until 1979.[4]

Accounting all variants, a total of 4,444 units were produced, the most since 1945 from an American manufacturer until surpassed by the Tesla Model S.[5]

Volkswagen Golf Mk2 citySTROMer BEV 45,000DM (~US$34,000) 31 mi (50 km) Sold in Europe from 1984 to 1985. Around 100 production units were produced.[6]
Volkswagen Jetta citySTROMer BEV 50,000DM (~US$37,000) 118 mi (190 km) (Lead-acid batteries)
155 mi (249 km) (Sodium-sulfur batteries)
Sold in Europe in from 1984 to at least 1987.[7]
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VAZ-1111E
BEV - ~62 mi (100 km) Built on order in the Soviet Union (later Russia) from 1989 to 1998.[8]
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Fiat Panda Elettra
BEV €16,850 (~US$25,000) 62 mi (100 km) Sold in Europe in 1990.[9]
Fiat Cinquecento Elettra BEV 140,000 francs (~US$159,000) 62 mi (100 km) (Lead-acid batteries)
93 mi (150 km)
(NiCd batteries)
Produced from 1992 to 1996, popular in Italy, France and Switzerland.[10]
Renault Clio Electrique BEV 3,750,000 pesetas (~US$30,800)[11] 85 km (53 mi)[12] Approximately 1000 units sold from 1992 to 1996, mostly in Sweden.[13][14]
Škoda Favorit Eltra 151 & 151L BEV 25,000DM (~US$20,000)[15] 50 mi (80 km)[15] Produced from 1992–1993; sold in Western Europe.[16]
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Chrysler TEVan
BEV US$120,000 50 mi (80 km) Only 56 units produced between 1993 and 1995.
Sold primarily to electric utilities in the U.S.
Citroën AX Electrique BEV - 62 mi (100 km) Around 300 units produced from 1995 to 1996.[17]
Volkswagen Golf Mk3 citySTROMer BEV 49,500DM (~US$37,000) 56 mi (90 km) Sold in Europe in from 1995 to 1998 with around 300 produced.[18]
Fiat Seicento Elettra BEV €21,000 (~US$29,000)[19] 56 mi (90 km) Produced from 1995 to 2005, sold throughout Western Europe.[20]
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Citroën Saxo Electrique/Peugeot 106 Electrique
BEV - 68 mi (109 km) Produced from 1996 to 2003 and sold only in Europe, with approximately 12,000 units made.[21][22]
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General Motors EV1
BEV Leasing only
US$349 to 499[23]
75 mi (121 km) A total of 1,117 units leased in the U.S. from 1996 to 2003.[24]
All cars were repossessed and most were crushed.
About 40 units were delivered to museums and educational
institutes with their electric powertrains deactivated.
The only intact EV1 was donated to the Smithsonian Institution.[25]
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Toyota RAV4 EV
BEV Leasing only
US$457[23]
100 mi (160 km) A total of 1,484 units in the U.S. leased from 1997 to 2003. As of mid-2012, there were almost 500 units still in use.[26]
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Nissan Altra
BEV Leasing only
US$599[23]
140 mi (230 km) Produced from 1998 to 2001. A total of 81 units were leased in the U.S.[23]
Dodge Caravan EPIC BEV Leasing only
US$450[23]
80 mi (130 km) Produced from 1999 to 2001. Only 207 vans were produced for the U.S. market.[23]
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Honda EV Plus
BEV Leasing only
US$455[23]
100 mi (160 km) Around 276 units leased in the U.S. Production ended in 1999.[23][24]
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Ford TH!NK City
BEV Leasing only ~50 mi (80 km)[27] Leased 440 units in the U.S. from 1999 until 2003.[24]
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Nissan Hypermini
BEV 4,000,000 yen
(~US$46,600)
71 mi (114 km)[28] Sold and leased 219 units in Japan and the U.S. from 1999 to 2001.
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Th!nk City
BEV US$36,495(3) 100 mi (160 km) First launched in December 2008 but production was halted due to financial difficulties.[29] Production restarted in Finland in December 2009.[30] Sold in several European countries and the U.S.[31][32] In June 2011 Think Global filed for bankruptcy and production was halted.[33] The new owner scheduled to restart production in early 2012 with a refined Think City.[34]
Worldwide sales reached 1,045 units by March 2011.[35] During 2010 and 2011 a total of 121 units were sold in France,[36][37] and 767 units have been sold in Norway between 2008 and the first quarter of 2013.[38][39][40][41]
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Mini E
BEV Leasing only
US$850/month
reduced to
US$600 for 2nd year[42]
100 mi (160 km) Field testing with 500 units began in the U.S. in June 2009 and ended on December 2011.[43][44] Testing in the U.K. began in December 2009 and ended in March 2011.[45] and Munich in September 2010.[46]
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Tesla Roadster
BEV US$109,500 245 mi (394 km)[47] Production began in March 2008 and ended in January 2012.[48][49] More than 2,418 units were sold worldwide through September 2012. Most of the remaining Tesla Roadsters were sold in Europe and Asia during the fourth quarter of 2012.[50][51][52]
A total of 575 units had been sold in Europe through October 2012.[53]
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REVAi / G-Wiz
REVA L-ion
BEV US$12,500[54] to
GB£15,795 (L-Ion)[55]
48 mi (77 km)
75 mi (121 km) (L-ion)
Launched in 2001, it was followed in January 2009 by the REVA L-ion. The car was available in 26 countries including India, the UK, Norway, France, Germany, Spain, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.[56][57] Production ended in 2012 and was replaced in 2013 by the Mahindra e2o.[58]

About 4,600 vehicles were sold worldwide by late 2013, with India as its main market with 55% of global sales.[59] Sales in the UK, one of its main markets, ended by late 2011.[60]

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BYD F3DM
PHEV 149,800 yuan
(~US$21,900)
US market: US$28,800
Spain:€27,585
60 mi (97 km)[61] Launched in December 2008 for the Chinese market for fleet customers and in March 2010 to the general public in Shenzhen.[62][63] Sales in Spain began in August 2011.[64] Sales in the U.S. were scheduled for 2012 but never took place.[61][65]

Since 2008 a total of 3,284 F3DMs had been sold in China through October 2013.[66][67][68][69] Due to low sales, the F3DM will be replaced by the BYD Qin plug-in hybrid.[70] As of May 2013, the F3DM was no longer in production, but the remaining stock was still on sale as of October 2013.[71]

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Coda
BEV US$37,250 [72]
(basic model)
88 mi (142 km)[73] After rescheduling the market launch several times, deliveries to retail customers in the United States began in March 2012.[74] The car was sold only in California and 117 units were delivered through April 2013.[75]
By September 2013, a total of 50 cars left in stock and 100 gliders were available for sale at a discounted price in the U.S. and abroad.[76]
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Fisker Karma
PHEV US$102,000
(basic model)
US$116,000
(top model)[77]
32 mi (51 km) The first deliveries in the United States took place in late July 2011,[78] but deliveries to retail customers began in November 2011.[79]
Production was suspended in November 2012 due to financial difficulties.[80]
Fisker Automotive filed for bankruptcy in November 2013.[81]

Around 2,100 units were sold in North America and Europe through December 2013, led by the United States with over 1,600 units sold.[82][83][84] The Netherlands was the top selling European market for the Karma, with 188 units,[85] followed by Switzerland with 67 units,[86] and Belgium with 65 units sold through December 2013.[87][88] Sales in Canada totaled 90 units through December 2013.[89][90]

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Lumeneo Neoma
BEV €21,700
(~US$28,900)+
a monthly fee for the battery[91]
140 km (87 mi)[91] Sales began in France in May 2013. The battery was leased for €145 per month.[91]
Only 3 units were sold during its first month in the market.[92]

After selling only 10 units Lumeneo filed for bankruptcy in November 2013.[93]

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Mia electric
BEV €19,500
US$25,700
130 km (81 mi)[94] Production began in June 2011 and sales were limited to fleet customers in France and Germany. Sales to the public started in 2012.[95] A total of 660 passenger cars were sold in Europe through October 2012.[53] Also, 123 units of the Mia U box van were sold in Europe through October 2012.[53] France was the leading market with 843 units registered since 2011 through March 2014.[92]

Production stopped in December 2013 due to financial problems.[96] The Tribunal de Commerce de Niort placed the company in judicial liquidation on March 2014.[97]

Models available for retail customers (2007–2014)[edit]

List of modern PEV automobiles, pickups, vans and SUVs
commercially available for sale or leasing
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
Models currently available in some markets
(2007–2014)
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Buddy
BEV 144,900 kroner
(~US$24,000) to
186,850 kroner
(~US$30,500)[98]
50 mi (80 km)(Lead-acid battery)
75 mi (121 km) (NiMH battery)
Produced in Norway since 2007 as a successor to the Kewet. Deliveries of an enhanced model began in January 2010.[99]

A total of 754 units have been sold in Norway between 2008 and the first quarter of 2013.[38][39][40][41] Since its inception in 1991, combined sales of the Kewet and Buddy totaled about 1,500 units through October 2013, mainly in Norway.[100]

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Mitsubishi i-MiEV
(rebadged also as
Peugeot iOn and
Citroën C-ZERO )
BEV 4 million yen
(~US$43,000)
to US$29,125 (US)[101]
100 mi (160 km) Fleet leasing began in July 2009,[102] and sales to the public began in Japan in April 2010, followed by Hong Kong and Australia in 2010, and several European countries, Costa Rica, Chile, Canada and the U.S. in 2011.[103][104]

As of July 2014, about 32,000 i-MiEV family vehicles have been sold worldwide since July 2009.[105] with Sales led by Japan with 8,047 i-MiEVs sold through March 2013.[106] The i-MiEV family has sold in France 4,236 units through March 2013, including 2,134 iOns, 2,028 C-Zeros, and 74 i-MiEVs.[92] A total of 3,364 units have been sold in Norway through March 2013, including 1,853 i-MiEVs, 812 C-Zeros, and 699 iOns.[39][40][107] A total of 2,164 units sold in Germany through March 2013, including 770 i-MiEVs, 914 C-Zeros and 480 iOns.[108][109][110] In the U.S. a total of 1,697 Mitsubishi i's have been sold through December 2013.[111] A total of 825 units registered in the UK through March 2013, including 389 iOns, 260 i MiEVs, and 176 C-Zeros.[112][113]

Chery QQ3 EV BEV CN¥40,000
(~US$6,480)
after incentives
100 km (62 mi) Deliveries began in China in March 2010.[114] Sales during 2012 totaled 5,305 units, making the QQ3 EV the best selling all-electric car in China in 2012, with a market share of 44% of total electric cars sales that year.[115] Cumulative sales since January 2012 reached 9,512 units through October 2013.[69][115]
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JAC J3 EV
BEV CN¥158,000
(~US$25,595)
130 km (81 mi) Launched in China in 2010. Cumulative sales reached 4,068 units through December 2012.[116][117]
A third generation model, called JAC J3 iev, was launched in September 2012.[117]
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Tazzari Zero
BEV €20,300
(~US$29,200)
GB£21,500
(~US$34,850)
140 km (87 mi) Sales began in several European countries in 2010.[118][119]
A total of 34 units were sold in Norway in 2011.[39]
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Nissan Leaf
BEV US$32,780(4)
(MY 2011)[120]

US$36,020
(MY 2012)[121]

US$29,650
(MY 2013)[122]
MY 2011/12
73 mi (117 km)[123]

MY 2013
75 mi (121 km)[123]

MY 2014/15
84 mi (135 km)[123]
Retail deliveries began in the U.S. and Japan, and fleet customers in Portugal in December 2010.[124][125][126] As of February 2013, the Leaf is also available in Australia, Canada, 17 European countries and other international markets.[127]

Beginning in June 2013 the 2013 model built in the UK has a battery leasing option that varies from GB£70 (US$108) to GB£129 (US$198) per month depending on the miles driven per year and length of the lease. This option reduces the purchase price by GB£5,000 (US$7,680) compared with buying the car with the battery included.[128] A similar option will be available in most European countries.[129]

By July 2014, over 125,000 Leafs have been sold worldwide since December 2010, making the Nissan Leaf the world's best-selling highway-capable electric car in history.[130] The United States is the top selling market with 57,877 units sold up to July 2014,[131][132] followed by Japan with 41,266 units sold through June 2014,[133][134] Norway with 10,253 new Leafs sold through July 2014,[135][136][137] followed by the UK, with 5,175 units up to July 2014.[112][138][139]

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Chevrolet Volt
PHEV US$41,000
(MY 2011)[140]

US$39,995
(MY 2012)[141]

US$34,995
(MY 2014)[142]
35 mi (56 km)[143] Volt deliveries in the U.S. began in December 2010[144] and in September 2011 in Canada.[145] European customer deliveries of the Opel Ampera began in February 2012.[146]

As of June 2014, the Volt and Ampera models have combined global sales of about 77,000 units.[147] Volt sales are led by the United States with 63,167 units sold through June 2014,[148] followed by Canada with 3,262 units,[149] and the Netherlands with 1,060.[150] A total of 9,189 Opel/Vauxhall Amperas have been sold in Europe through June 2014,[151][152][153] with the Netherlands as the leading market with 4,942 Amperas registered,[150] followed by Germany with 1,450 Amperas sold through June 2014.[108][109][154][155]

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Smart electric drive
BEV 2nd generation
Leasing only
GB£375/month (UK)[156]
US$599/mo (US)[157]
3rd generation
US$25,750[158] (US)
2nd generation
63 mi (101 km)
3rd generation
90 mi (140 km)[158]
Field testing began in London with 100 units in 2007. The second generation was introduced in 2009 and leasing in the U.S. began in January 2011, limited to 250 units.[157][159][160] Deliveries of the third generation model began in the U.S. in May 2013,[161] and are scheduled to begin in Europe during the second quarter of 2013, and will be available in more than 30 markets worldwide.[158][162]

More than 8,800 units have been sold in North America and Europe through June 2014. This figure includes over 2,300 units of the second generation models leased in 18 markets around the world between 2009 and October 2012.[163] Of these, 1,721 units were registered in Europe through October 2012,[53] and 527 units in the U.S. through December 2012.[164][165] During 2013 a total of 4,130 units of the third generation were sold worldwide.[166] Over 6,500 units of the third generation have been sold through June 2014.[166][167] As of June 2014, combined sales of both generations reached 3,959 units in Germany,[168][169][170][171][172] 2,542 units in the U.S.[82][164][173] and 865 units in France.[92]

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Wheego Whip LiFe
BEV US$32,995 100 mi (160 km) U.S. sales began in April 2011.[174] A total of 34 units have been sold by March 2012.[175]
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Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric
BEV €1,500/mo
(US$1,955)
Leasing only[176]
93 mi (150 km) Field testing with 50 units took place in Göteborg, Sweden in 2010. Limited production began in June 2011 and leasing to fleet customers in Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands and Norway began in the third quarter of 2011.[177]

A total of 209 units have been leased in Europe through October 2012.[53] Since 2011 a total of 149 units have been delivered in Sweden through March 2013.[178][179]

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BYD e6
BEV 369,800 RMB
~US$32,995
190 mi (310 km) Sales to the general public began in October, 2011, in Shenzhen, China.[180] A total of 33 units were sold in 2010, 401 during 2011, and cumulative sales in China reached 5,059 units through June 2014.[67][68][181][182]
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Bolloré Bluecar
BEV €19,000 (US$24,850) +
€80/mo (US$105)
fee for the battery
(VAT not included)[183]
250 km (160 mi) The Bluecar was deployed in December 2011 as part of the Autolib' carsharing in Paris.[184] Leasing to individual and corporate customers began in October 2012 limited to the Île-de-France area.[185] Retail sales began in February 2013. Owners can access the Autolib' network of charging stations around Paris for an optional monthly fee of €15 (US$20).[183]

A total of 3,302 units have been registered in France through July 2014, [92][186] with over 2,000 units deployed for the Autolib' carsharing program.[187] The Bolloré Bluecar was the top selling highway-capable electric car in the French market in 2012.[188]

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Ford Focus Electric
BEV US$39,995[189] 76 mi (122 km)[190] U.S. Deliveries for fleet customers began in December 2011 and to retail customers in May 2012. Initially sales are limited to New York, New Jersey and California.[191][192] A total of 3,965 units have been delivered in the U.S. through September 2014.[164][193][194][195]
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BMW ActiveE
BEV Leasing only
US$499/month for 24 months + US$2,250 downpayment[196]
94 mi (151 km)[197] Field testing in the U.S. began in January 2012, after the Mini E trial ended.[44] Available only in Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento, Boston, and select markets in Connecticut.[198] This is a demonstration program only with no plans for a production version. The ActiveE was followed by mass-production of the BMW i3 electric car. A total of 671 units were leased in the U.S. through September 2013.[164][199]
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Renault Fluence Z.E.
BEV 205,000 DKK (€27,496) +
a monthly fee
for the battery[200]
100 mi (160 km) Since 2010 a total of 3,459 units have been sold worldwide through May 2013,[201] with 2,068 registered in Europe.[92][201] In France, 725 units have been registered through June 2014.[92] The battery leasing service is provided by Renault.

The Fluence Z.E. was the only electric car deployed within the Better Place network in Israel and Denmark. Less than 1,000 units were deployed in Israel and around 400 units in Denmark through May 2013, when the company filed for bankruptcy.[202][203]

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Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
PHEV US$32,000 (base) to
US$39,525 (advanced)[204]
11 mi (18 km)[205] Launched in Japan in late January 2012,[206] and released in the U.S. in late February 2012.[207] Deliveries in Europe started in June 2012 and sales in Canada began in September 2012.[208][209]

As of September 2014, global sales totaled 65,300 units,[210] with the United States as the market leader with 36,680 units delivered,[82][164][211] followed by Japan with about 19,100 units, and Europe with around 9,100 units.[210] The leading European markets are the Netherlands with 3,955 units registered as of August 2014,[212] followed by the UK with 1,089 units registered as of March 2014,[213] and Sweden with 1,053 units registered as of September 2014.[214][215]

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Tesla Model S
BEV US$95,400 to US$105,400
(premium)
US$57,400 to US$77,400
(base)
265 mi (426 km)
(model with
85 kWh pack)[216]
208 mi (335 km)
(model with
60 kWh pack)[217]
Deliveries of the 85 kW·h premium limited edition model in the U.S. began in June 2012.[218] Base models with 60 kW·h and 85 kW·h. packs were released during the first quarter of 2013.[219] Retail deliveries started in Europe in August 2013.[220] Deliveries in China began in April 2014.[221] First deliveries of the right-hand-drive model destined for the UK, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan began in the second quarter of 2014.[222]

About 47,000 units have been sold worldwide as of September 2014.[223] Sales are led by the United States with about 31,500 units delivered through September 2014,[52][211][224] followed by Norway with 5,518 units,[136][225] China with about 2,800 units,[226] the Netherlands with 2,148 units registered as of September 2014,[227] and Canada with 1,200 units sold through August 2014.[228][229]

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Honda Fit EV
BEV Leasing only
US$389/month
for 3 years [230]
82 mi (132 km)[231] Production will be limited to only 1,100 units over the first three years. Deliveries to retail customers in the U.S. began in July 2012 with availability limited to California and Oregon.[230] Sales were scheduled to begin in selected markets in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey by late February 2013.[232] A total of 1,007 units have been leased in the U.S. through September 2014.[164][193][211] In July 2014 Honda announced the end of production of the Fit EV for the 2015 model, together with the Honda Insight hybrid and the Honda FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel-cell car.[233]

The Fit EV was released through leasing to local government and corporate customers in Japan in August 2012. Availability in Japan is limited to 200 units during its first two years.[234]

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RAV4 EV second generation
BEV US$49,800[235] 103 mi (166 km)[236] A demonstration program took place in 2011 with 35 converted RAV4s.[237] U.S. sales began in late September 2012.[238] Produced jointly by Toyota and Tesla Motors.[239][240] Initial production will be limited to 2,600 units through 2014 and is available only in California.[235][241] The battery supply deal between Toyota and Tesla is set to conclude by the end of 2014.[242]

A total of 1,902 units have been sold in the U.S. through July 2014.[132][164][193]

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Ford C-Max Energi
PHEV US$33,745[243] 20 mi (32 km)[244] Released in the U.S. by mid October 2012.[245]

Over 16,200 units have been sold in North America through September 2014, with 16,014 units delivered in the U.S. through September 2014[164][193][195] and 199 units in Canada through December 2013.[228]

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Renault Zoe
BEV €20,700
(US$27,250) +
a monthly fee for the battery
210 km (130 mi) Retail customer deliveries began in France in limited number in December 2012, and availability was increased in France and the rest of Europe during the first quarter of 2013.[246][247] The cost of leasing the battery for 36 months starts from €79/month (US$104/month).[248]

Global sales passed the 10,000 unit milestone in February 2014.[249] As of June 2014, sales are led by France with 7,637 units,[92] followed by Germany with 1,532 units,[154][155] and the Netherlands with 632 units.[250][251] Cumulative global sales reached 12,631 units through June 2014.[252]

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Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid
PHEV ~ €50,000
~ GB£40,000[253]
50 km (31 mi)[254] Deliveries began in Sweden in late 2012 and in the UK in June 2013.[255][256] According to Volvo, the first 1,000 units were sold before deliveries had begun, and production was ramp up to 5,000 units for 2013. The V60 PHEV is the world's first diesel plug-in hybrid. The car is not expected to be available in the U.S.[254]

Over 11,000 units have sold in Europe through May 2014.[178][257] As of June 2014, sales are led by the Netherlands with 8,231 units,[150] followed by Sweden with 931 units delivered.[178][214][258]

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Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid
PHEV US$39,780[259] 13 mi (21 km)[259] Sales began in the U.S. available only in California and New York in January 2013.[260]
A total of 835 units have been sold in the U.S. through September 2014.[82][211]

The Accord PHEV was introduced in Japan in June 2013 and it is available only for leasing, primarily to corporations and government agencies.[261] As of December 2013, the Accord PHEV ranks as the third best selling plug-in hybrid in the Japanese market.[262]

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Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV
PHEV ¥3,324,000 US$36,650
to ¥4,297,000 (US$47,380)
60 km (37 mi)[263] The P-HEV was released in the Japanese market in January 2013. The Outlander P-HEV is the first SUV plug-in hybrid in the market.[264] The European launched was originally scheduled for July 2013,[265] but retail sales began in the Netherlands until October 2013 due to battery problems in the initial production batch.[266] The introduction in the United States was delayed until 2015.[267]

As of June 2014, about 33,000 units have been sold worldwide,[268] led by the European market with over 17,235 units.[269] As of August 2014, the largest country market is Japan with 16,518 units sold,[270] followed by the Netherlands, the top European market, with 14,195 units registered,[212] Sweden with 1,692 units,[214][271] and Norway with 1,092 units by mid-September 2014.[272] The Outlander P-HEV was the top selling plug-in electric vehicle in Europe during the first half of 2014.[273][274]

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Roewe E50
BEV CN¥234,900 (US$37,589)[275] 180 km (110 mi)[276] Available only in China, with 238 units sold in 2012 and 7 units during the first half of 2013.[116][277] Deliveries began in Shanghai in January 2013.[278]
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Ford Fusion Energi
PHEV US$39,495[279]
(Feb 2013)

US$35,525
(Jan 2014)[280]
20 mi (32 km)[244] Released in the U.S. in February 2013.

Over 15,500 units have been sold in North America through September 2014, with 15,412 units delivered in the U.S. through September 2014[193][195] and 116 units in Canada through December 2013.[228]

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Mahindra e2o
BEV Rs 7.0 lakh
(US$12,900)
to
Rs 8.5 lakh
(US$15,670)[281]
100 km (62 mi)[282] Market release was re-scheduled several times. Previously known as the REVA NXR, it was launched in India in March 2013. Sales in Europe are planned for late 2013.[282][283]

About 400 units have been sold in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka by mid November 2013.[284]

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Chevrolet Spark EV
BEV US$27,495[285] 82 mi (132 km)[286] The first all-electric car from General Motors after the GM EV1 was released in limited quantities in the U.S. in selected markets in California and Oregon in June 2013.[287] The Spark EV was released in South Korea in October 2013.[288]
1,303 units have been sold in the U.S. market through July 2014.[82][289]
SLS AMG Electric Drive.JPG
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive
BEV €416,500
(US$544,236)
in Germany[290]
250 km (160 mi)[291] Limited production. Sales began in Europe in June 2013.[292]
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Fiat 500e
BEV US$32,500[293] 87 mi (140 km)[294] Launched in July 2013, the 500e is initially available only in California.[295]

About 1,490 units sold in the U.S. through July 2014.[82][289]

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McLaren P1
PHEV GB£866,000[296]
(~ US$1,350,000)
19 mi (31 km)[297] Deliveries to retail customers started in the UK in October 2013.[298] Production is limited to 375 units to maintain exclusivity.[299] The entire production was sold out by mid November 2013.[300]
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Volkswagen e-Up!
BEV €26,900[301]
(~US$34,500)
160 km (99 mi)[301] Retail sales in Germany and other European countries began in October 2013.[302]

A total of 4,952 e-Up! cars have been sold in Europe through June 2014.[303][274] The market leader is Norway, with 921 units registered through February 2014,[136][304][305] followed by the Netherlands with 588 units sold through December 2013.[306]

BMW i3 – Frontansicht, 14. September 2013, Frankfurt.jpg
BMW i3
BEV and
PHEV option
€34,950 (US$46,400)
in Germany
US$42,275 in the U.S.
plus US$3,850
for range-extender option.[307][308]
130 to 160 km (80 to 100 mi)
with range extender
240 to 300 km (150 to 190 mi)[309]
A “REx” range extender option is available.[307] The first i3 deliveries to retail customers in Europe took place at a the official market launch ceremony held in Munich on 15 November 2013.[310] The i3 was also launched in the UK in November 2013.[311] The release in the American market took place in May 2014.[312]

Global sales passed the 10,000 unit milestone in September 2014.[313] Germany is the leading market, with 2,299 units registered through August 2014,[154][314] followed by the U.S. with 2,082 units delivered up to August 2014,[315] and Norway with 1,536 units registered through August 2014.[136][316]

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Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid
PHEV €110,409
in Germany[317]
US$99,000
in the U.S.[318]
32 km (20 mi)[318] Released in the U.S. in October 2013,[82][319][320] and during the fourth quarter of 2013 in several European countries.

As of December 2013, a total of 90 units had been delivered in France,[321] 86 units in the United States,[193] 59 in the Netherlands,[306] 14 in Spain,[322] and about 12 in Germany.[171] Cumulative sales in the U.S. reached 698 units through August 2014.[193][315] Global sales between January and August 2014 totaled over 1,500 units, presenting 9% of all Panamera models sold worldwide.[323]

Kandi EV BEV Leasing only
US$130 to US$160
per month[324]
120 km (75 mi)[324] The Kandi EV city car was deployed in 2013 in China as part of the Kandi EV CarShare, an electric car vending machine-like carsharing program in the city of Hangzhou.[324] The car is also available for leasing of between 1 to 3 years.[324] Sales totaled 5,239 units in the first half of 2014.[325]
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BYD Qin
PHEV 189,800 rmb[326]
(~US$31,000)
70 km (43 mi)[327] Retails sales of the Qin began in Costa Rica in November 2013, and sales in other Latin American countries are scheduled to begin in 2014.[328][329][330] Retail sales were initially scheduled to begin in Shenzhen in August 2013,[331] and after being rescheduled several times,[327][332] deliveries began in China in mid December 2013.[326]

Since December 2013 cumulative sales in China totaled 9,615 units through September 2014.[181][333][334]

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Cadillac ELR
PHEV US$75,995[335] 35 mi (56 km)[335] Deliveries to retail customers in the U.S. began in December 2013, with 6 units sold.[336]

Cumulative sales in North America reached 812 units up to August 2014, with 780 units sold in the U.S.[315][193] and 32 units in Canada.[228][337]

BMW Brilliance Zinoro 1E BEV Leasing only
7,400 RMB
per month
(~US$1,200)[338]
150 km (93 mi)[339] Only available for leasing in Beijing and Shanghai.[339]
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Kia Soul EV
BEV 42 million won
( ~US$39,400)[340]
in South Korea
US$33,700
in the U.S.[341]
93 mi (150 km)[342] Deliveries began in South Korea in May 2014.[343][344] European sales are began in July 2014.[345] Sales are scheduled to start in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2014, initially it will be sold only in California and Oregon, and several Eastern states with the largest EV markets and infrastructure including New York, New Jersey and Maryland.[340]

Sales in South Korea totaled 218 units through June 2014.[346]

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BMW i8
PHEV US$135,925
(~ €103,000
GB£86,800)[347]
37 km (23 mi)(NEDC)[348]
15 mi (24 km) (EPA)[349]
Retail deliveries began in Germany in June 2014.[350] Deliveries to retail customers in the U.S. started in August 2014.[351]

A total of 60 units were delivered in Europe up to June 2014.[274] As of August 2014, registrations in the German market totaled 160 units.[314]

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Porsche 918 Spyder
PHEV US$845,000[352] 12 mi (19 km)[353] Production will be limited to 918 units to be sold as a 2014 model year. Car is capable of reaching100 mph (160 km/h) in all-electric mode.[352] Retail deliveries began in Europe in May 2014.[citation needed] Deliveries in the United States began in June 2014.[354]

A total of 4 units have been delivered in the U.S. through July 2014;[355] 3 in the Netherlands up to June 2014;[251] and 2 in Sweden through July 2014.[356]

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Volkswagen XL1
PHEV €111,000
(~US$146,000)[357]
50 km (31 mi)[358] Production began by mid 2013 and it will be limited to 250 units,[357] of which, only 200 will be sold to retail customers.[359] Retail deliveries began in Germany in June 2014.[360]

VW expects its diesel-powered PHEV to achieved 0.9 l/100 km (260 mpg-US), becoming the most fuel-efficient car in the world.[358]

VW e-Golf (VII) – Frontansicht, 19. Juni 2014, Düsseldorf.jpg
Volkswagen e-Golf
BEV €34,900[361]
(~US$47,800)
in Europe
US$35,445
in the U.S.[362]
130 to 190 km (81 to 118 mi)[361] Field testing planned with 500 units.[363] The first 10 units began field testing in Wolfsburg in May 2011.[364] A second batch of 80 test cars began testing in mid-2011 in Berlin, Hannover and Wolfsburg.[365] In February 2012, field testing began in California, and a total of 20 eGolfs will be allocated to the U.S. test program.[366]

Retail deliveries began in Europe in May 2014. U.S sales are slated to start on selected markets in November 2014.[362] A total of 1,358 Volkswagen e-Golf cars have been sold in Europe through August 2014,[367] of which, 925 units were sold in Norway.[316]

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Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive
BEV US$41,450[368] 87 mi (140 km)[369] Deliveries began in the U.S. in July 2014.[370] A total of 92 units have been sold in the U.S. through August 2014.[315]
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Audi A3 Sportback e-tron
PHEV €37,000
US$49,000[371]
50 km (31 mi)[372] Field testing in the U.S. began by mid-2012 with a fleet of 17 all-electric A3s. The testing was conducted among Audi's engineers and company employees only.[373][374] Audi decided to produced only a plug-in hybrid version.[375]

Sales across Europe began in August 2014.[376] Retail sales in the U.S. are scheduled to begin in early 2015.[377] The first units were registered in Germany in August 2014.[378] A total of 250 units have been registered in Germany as of September 2014.[379]

Volkswagen Golf GTE PHEV €36,900[380]
(~US$48,390)
50 km (31 mi)[381] Market launch in Europe was scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2014.[381] The first units were registered in Germany in August 2014.[378] A total of 89 units have been registered in Germany as of September 2014.[379]
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Mercedes-Benz S 500 Plug-in Hybrid
PHEV €108,945[382]
(~US$146,000)
30 km (19 mi)[383] Deliveries were scheduled to begin in Europe in September 2014[382] and early 2015 in the U.S.[383] A total of 17 units have been registered in Germany as of September 2014.[379]
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Venucia e30
BEV CN¥267,800[384]
(~ US$43,705)
160 km (99 mi)[385] The Venucia e30 is the Chinese manufactured version of the Nissan Leaf, and as such, shares many features of the Leaf, including bodywork, dimensions, and electric-drive specifications.[386][387] Dongfeng Nissan started pilot projects in Guangzhou, Xiangyang and Dalian in 2013, with a total of 300 rebadged Leafs deployed since local production of the Venucia e30 had not began at the time.[384][388]

Retail sales of the Venucia e30, began in September 2014.[384][389] Initially the e30 is available in nine cities: Beijing, Dalian, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Wuhan and Zhengzhou. Nationwide availability is expected for 2015.[384]

Notes: PHEV: Plug-in hybrid vehicle, BEV: Battery electric vehicle or electric car. (1) Plug-in conversions are not included. (2) Sales price does not reflect any government incentives or tax credits, except where noted. Prices are shown for comparison purposes only. Actual price may vary by country and by dealership.(3) U.S. price (4) US$32,780 is U.S. price, ¥3.76 million (US$40,500) in Japan, €32,839 (US$40,800) in the Netherlands and €34,955 (US$43,400) in Portugal, all before any government incentive and exchange rate as of May 18, 2010.

Plug-in electric cars in pre-production and testing[edit]

List of modern PEV automobiles, pickups, vans and SUVs
in field testing and pre-production
(2009–2014)
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
PEVs currently undergoing field testing or demonstration programs
Escape E85 Flex Fuel Plug-in Hybrid WAS 2010 8939.JPG
Ford Escape Plug-in Hybrid
PHEV Not available 30 mi (48 km) Field testing with 20 units began in 2009 with utility company fleets in the U.S. and Canada.[390]
Volvo V70 Plug-in Hybrid PHEV Not available 20 to 30 km (12 to 19 mi) Field testing with two demonstrators in Göteborg, Sweden since December 2009.[391] Sales of a series production diesel-electric plug-in hybrid scheduled as early as 2012.[392]
Suzuki Swift Plug-in Hybrid in Tokyo Motor Show 2009 rear.jpg
Suzuki Swift Range Extender
PHEV Not available 25.5 km (15.8 mi)[393] Field testing with 60 units in Japan was scheduled for late 2010.[394] Initially sales were slated for 2013.[395] In March 2014 Maruti Suzuki announced that it will provide several copies of the production version, renamed Swift Range Extender, as part of a pilot project to be conducted in partnership with the Indian government during 2014-15.[393]
Audi A1 e-tron PHEV Not available 31 mi (50 km) Field testing planned for late 2010 with 20 units in Munich.[396]
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Hyundai BlueOn
BEV Not available 86 mi (138 km) Field testing with 30 units in South Korea by late 2010. Sales scheduled by late 2012 limited to domestic market.[397]
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Tata Indica Vista EV
BEV GB£29,000[398] 110 mi (180 km) Field testing in the West Midlands began in April 2011 with 25 units. Market launch in the UK was scheduled for mid-2011 and postponed. Demonstration program in the UK will continue with Tata employees.[399][400]
Ram Pickup plug-in hybrid rear -- 2011 DC.jpg
Dodge Ram 1500 Plug-in Hybrid
PHEV Not available 20 mi (32 km) Field testing in the United States with 140 units began in 2011 with local and state governments, utility companies, and a U.S. Army base. This is a demonstration program only, and Chrysler has no plans for a production version.[401][402]

In September 2012 Chrysler halted the program and recalled all 109 units deployed at the time due to damage sustained by three separate pickup trucks when their 12.9-kilowatt-hour battery packs overheated. The carmaker plans to upgrade the battery packs with cells that use a different lithium-ion chemistry before the vehicles go back on service.[403]

Mercedes A-Class E-Cell BEV Leasing only
(pricing not available)
124.3 mi (200 km) Demonstration program with 500 cars was scheduled to begin in September 2011 in several European countries, including Germany, France, and the Netherlands.[404][405]
Volkswagen Golf Variant Twin Drive PHEV Not available 57 km (35 mi) Field testing with 20 research vehicles began in early 2011.[406] Production is expected for 2015.[407]
Chrysler Town & Country plug-in hybrid PHEV Not available 30 mi (48 km) A two-year demonstration program with 25 E85 flexible-fuel plug-in minivans began in April 2012. The first units were delivered in Auburn Hills, Michigan and Charlotte, North Carolina.[408][409]

The demonstration program was halted in September 2012, and Chrysler recalled the 23 units deployed at the time due to damage sustained by three separate Dodge Ram 1500 Plug-in Hybrids participating in a parallel program when their battery packs overheated. The carmaker plans to upgrade the battery packs shared by both vehicles with cells that use a different lithium-ion chemistry before the vehicles go back on service. No minivans were involved in any incidents.[403]

Saab 9-3 ePower BEV Not available 200 km (124 mi) Field testing with 70 ePower demonstrators in Sweden was scheduled for late 2011.[410] It is unknown how many cars were built before the carmaker went bankrupt.[411] The new owners, NEV Sweden, stated that they intend to start producing the all-electric 9-3 ePower to be launched in China in 2015. The production version is slated to be unveiled at the 2014 Frankfurt Motor Show.[412][413]

In April 2014 NEV began production of a batch of 200 units to be tested in Qingdao, China by mid 2014. After the test, sales are scheduled to begin in Sweden in 2015.[414]

KIA Ray EV on MIAS 2012.JPG
Kia Ray EV
BEV Not available 138 km (86 mi)[415] Production limited to 2,500 units to be delivered in 2012 for South Korea's government agencies use.[415] In May 2013 a carsharing service was rolled out in Seoul with 184 Kia Ray EVs. The service has 15,000 registered customers.[416] The Ray EV is a predecessor to an all-electric crossover that Kia is expected to launch globally in 2014.[417]
Toyota eQ in Japan EV Festival 2012.jpg
Scion iQ EV (U.S.)
Toyota eQ (Japan)
BEV ¥3.6 million
(~US$$45,000)[418]
80 km (50 mi)[419] Initially Toyota announced that production would be limited to 600 units, with 400 staying in Japan, 100 units destined to the U.S. and another 100 for Europe.[420] In September 2012 Toyota announced that the iQ EV/eQ production would be still more limited, to about 100 units for special fleet use in Japan and the U.S. only.[418]

The first 30 units were delivered to the University of California, Irvine in March 2013 for use in its Zero Emission Vehicle-Network Enabled Transport (ZEV-NET) carsharing fleet. Toyota announced that 90 out of the 100 vehicles produced globally will be placed in American carsharing demonstration projects.[419] In September 2013, another 30 units were allocated to City Carshare to operate Dash, a three-year pilot carsharing program in Hacienda Business Park, in Pleasanton, California.[421]

Sail Springo EV BEV RMB 258,000
(US$41,460)[422]
130 km (81 mi)[422] 11 units were deployed in 2012.[116] A limited number of cars are scheduled to be sold in Shanghai in 2013 as part of a trial program.[422]
PEVs with market launch scheduled between 2014–2015
Denza NEV 2013.JPG
Denza
BEV CN¥369,000
(~ US$59,000)[423]
300 km (190 mi)[423] Deliveries to retail customers are scheduled to begin in September 2014. The Denza will be available initially only in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.[423]
Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid PHEV €82,087
(~US$110,000)[424]
in Germany
US$76,400[425]
in the U.S.
18 to 36 km (11 to 22 mi)[426] Deliveries in Germany are scheduled to begin in October 2014.[424] Market launch in the U.S. slated for November 2014.[426]
Volvo S60L PPHEV PHEV Not available 50 km (31 mi)[427] The S60L PPHEV (Petrol Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) is scheduled to be launched in China early 2015.[427]
Volvo XC90 Plug-in Hybrid PHEV Not available 40 km (25 mi)[428] Deliveries are scheduled to start in April 2015.[428]
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Tesla Model X
BEV Not available Up to 270 mi (430 km)[429] Production was initially scheduled to start by the end of 2013, and later postponed several times in order to achieve Model S production targets and to focus on overseas roll outs.[430][431][432] Tesla expects to have production design Model X prototypes by the end of 2014, to begin high volume deliveries for retail customers in the second quarter of 2015.[433]
Volkswagen Passat GTE PHEV Not available 50 km (31 mi)[434] Deliveries are scheduled to begin in Europe in the second half of 2015. The Passat GTE is the first plug-in hybrid that will be available as both sedan and station wagon.[434]
Detroit Electric SP.01 BEV US$135,000[435] 180 mi (290 km)[435] Sales in the United States were scheduled to begin in August 2013.[435][436] Production was delayed because, as of August 2013, the company had not been able to secure an agreement for a manufacturing facility.[437]
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Rimac Concept One
BEV ~€740,500[438] 310 mi (500 km)[439] The car is capable of reaching 308 km/h (191 mph). Production was scheduled for late 2013.[438] Production will be limited to 88 units and sales were rescheduled to begin in 2015.[440]
Notes: PHEV: Plug-in hybrid vehicle, BEV: Battery electric vehicle or electric car. (1) Plug-in conversions are not included. (2) Sales price does not reflect any government incentives or tax credits. Prices are shown for comparison purposes only. Actual price may vary by country, by region and by dealership.


Modern plug-in electric motorcycles commercially produced[edit]

List of modern PEV motorcycles
commercially produced
(1990–2014)
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
Models out of production
Peugeot Scoot'Elec BEV unknown 25 mi (40 km)[441] Electric scooter with over 3,500 units sold from 1996 to 2006.[442]
Yamaha Passol BEV ¥200,000 (1,625 USD)[443] 32 km (20 mi)[443] 2002–2007; production halted after Li-ion battery recall
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Yamaha EC-02
BEV ~US$2,000[444] 40 mi (64 km)[444] Light electric motorcycle released in 2005 and discontinued in 2007. It glows in the dark and comes with iPod connectivity.
Models currently available in some markets
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Brammo Enertia
BEV US$7,995[445] 40 mi (64 km)[446] Sales began in July 2009,[447] and sales began at select Best Buy stores in August 2009.[448]
Piaggio MP3 Hybrid PHEV €9,000
(~US$11,600)[449]
12.5 mi (20.1 km)[449] Plug-in hybrid three-wheel scooter sold in Europe.[449]
Zero Z-Force.jpg
Zero S
BEV US$9,995[450] 50 mi (80 km)[450] High speed motorcycle. Began shipping in 2009.
Zero DS BEV US$9,995[451] 50 mi (80 km)[451] High speed motorcycle.
Zero X BEV US$7,495[452] 40 mi (64 km)[452] Electric dirtbike, intended to be driven both on and offroad.
Zero MX BEV US$8,295[453] 40 mi (64 km)[453] Electric dirtbike, intended to be driven both on and offroad.
Vectrix blue.jpg
Vectrix VX-1
BEV US$10,495[454] 55 mi (89 km)[455] American electric heavy-duty scooter.
Yamaha EC-03 BEV ~US$2,915[456] 43 km (27 mi)[456] Light electric motorcycle, released in July 2010 as a 2011 model.[456]
Brammo Enertia Plus BEV US$10,995[457] 75 mi (121 km) EPA city[457] Light electric motorcycle. Deliveries commenced in late 2012.
Empulse.jpg
Brammo Empulse
BEV Empulse US$16,995
Empulse R US$18,995[458]
121 mi (195 km) EPA city
56 mi (90 km) constant 70 mph (110 km/h)
[459]
Electric sportbike with six-speed gearbox. Deliveries commenced in late 2012.

Plug-in electric motorcycles in pre-production and testing[edit]

List of modern PEV motorcycles
in field testing and pre-production
(2007–2014)
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
PEVs currently undergoing field testing or demonstration programs
Suzuki e-Let's
BEV
unknown
19 mi (31 km)[460]
Currently testing on Japanese roads. Based on the Suzuki Let’s4 basket.[461]
PEVs with market launch scheduled between 2010–2012
Smart eScooter
BEV
unknown
62 mi (100 km)
4 kW scooter that currently exists as a concept vehicle but is likely to enter production. It features solar cells on the windscreen to trickle charge the batteries.[462][463][464]

Modern plug-in electric utility vehicles commercially produced[edit]

List of modern PEV utility vehicles
commercially produced
(1980–2014)
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
Models out of production
Citroën C15 Electrique BEV - 62 mi (100 km) Electric pickup truck produced in 1989, with production totaling 400 units.[465]
Citroën C25 Electrique/Peugeot J5 Electrique BEV 150,000 (~US$32,500) 62 mi (100 km)[444] Large, heavy duty van sold mostly to government administrations. Produced from 1989 to 1991.[466]
Electric Chevy S-10.jpg
Chevrolet S-10 EV
BEV Sales and leasing
US$440[23]
100 mi (160 km) Electric pickup truck produced between 1997 and 1998.
Out of 492 units produced about 60 were sold to fleet customers in the U.S.[23]
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Ford Ranger EV
BEV Sales and leasing
US$349 to 450[23]
65 mi (105 km) Electric pickup truck leased to 205 individuals and 1,500 units to fleets in the U.S. from 1998 to 2002.[23][24]
Renault Kangoo Electrique BEV - 62 mi (100 km)[467] Electric van sold in Europe from 1998 to 2004, with an optional petrol range extender.[468]
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Citroën Berlingo Electrique/Peugeot Partner Electrique
BEV GB£15,895 (~US$25,500) 60 mi (97 km)[469] Electric van sold in Europe from 1998 to 2005.[470]
Mercedes-Benz Vito 108E BEV - 81 mi (130 km)[471] Large van designed for use by postal services.[472]
Modec VHC Carhar Amsterdam Electrisch.jpg
Modec EV
BEV - 100 mi (160 km) Around 400 units were produced between 2007 and 2010.[473] The technology was licensed to Navistar International in 2009 through a joint venture, and later Navistar bought the intellectual property rights from the bankruptcy administrators.[474] The Modec EV was produced in three version: a chassis cab, box van and a dropside.
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Azure Transit Connect Electric
BEV US$57,400 56 mi (90 km) Deliveries for fleet customers in the U.S. and Canada began in December 2010.[475] Production of the electric van was stopped in March 2012 as a result of the company's bankruptcy protection filing. Ford continues to provide servicing.[476]
Around 500 units were sold before Azure stopped production.[477]
Boulder EV delivery truck WAS 2010 8913.JPG
Boulder DV-500
BEV US$100,000[478] 120 mi (190 km) First deliveries of the all-electric van in the U.S. took place in January 2012.[479] The EV was available in four configurations: delivery van, 15 passenger shuttle, service body and flat bed.[480] Boulder Electric Vehicles ended production in September 2014.[481]
Models currently available in some markets
(2006–2014)
Autotec 2010 - 74.JPG
Smith Newton
BEV Starts at
GB£78,400[482]
55 to 110 mi (89 to 177 km)[483] First deliveries took place in the UK in 2006 and is sold worldwide. The Newton is available with three different payload capacities from 6,100 to 16,200 lb (2,800 to 7,300 kg).[483]
Smith Edison BEV Starts at
GB£57,566[482]
40 to 120 mi (64 to 193 km)[483] The Newton is available as a chassis cab, delivery van and minibus, with payload capacities from 1,600 to 5,100 lb (730 to 2,310 kg). Sold worldwide except in the U.S.[483]
Vito E-Cell trimmed.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Vito E-Cell
BEV Not available 80 mi (130 km) Serial production began with 100 vehicles by late 2010 and 2,000 vehicles planned to be produced in 2011. Based on the Ford Transit chassis, is available for fleet rentals in Europe on a trial basis.[484][485] A total of 172 units have been registered in Europe through October 2012.[53]
Coca Cola eStar EV DC 04 2012 3743.JPG
Navistar eStar
BEV US$150,000[486] 100 mi (160 km) Production of the all-electric van began in the U.S. in March 2010 under license from Modec and first deliveries began two months later.[487] Navistar bought the intellectual property rights in 2011.[474] Around 100 units were built during 2011.[488]
Mitsubishi Motors Minicab MiEV Van (Prototype) demo-car.jpg
Mitsubishi Minicab MiEV
BEV ¥2,400,000 to ¥2,971,000 (~US$31,131 to US$38,538) depending on battery size[489] 62 mi (100 km) (10.5 kWh model)
93 mi (150 km) (16.0 kWh model)[489]
Testing began on Japanese roads in October 2010 and was released in the domestic market in December 2011.[490][491]

A total of 4,984 units have been sold in Japan through April 2014.[492] A utility truck version of the Minicab MiEV was launched in January 2013,[493] with sales totaling 625 units through April 2014.[492]

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Renault Kangoo Z.E.
BEV €20,000 +
a €72/month fee
for the battery
(France) [494]
GB££21,038 + a GB£78/month fee
for the battery
(UK)[495]
170 km (110 mi)[494] Available for sale in several European countries. Monthly battery fees vary depending on annual mileage.

The Kangoo Z.E. is the market leader of the small all-electric van segment. Global cumulative sales passed the 10,000 mark in early September 2013.[496] The Kangoo Z.E. is also the best selling all-electric vehicle in France, with 7,826 units sold through December 2013.[36][497][498] Global sales reached 12,490 units through December 2013.[499]

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Nissan e-NV200
BEV €25,058[500]
(US$34,950)
in Germany
170 km (110 mi)
NEDC[500]
Trials with Japan Post Service began in July 2011, followed by trials with FedEx in London starting in December 2011.[501][502][503] More testing with a more advanced pre-production version took place in Singapore, the UK, the U.S. and Brazil.[504][505][506] A more extensive 6-month trial with 28 units delivered to British Gas began in the UK in November 2013.[507]

The production version was unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. The e-NV200 was released in Europe in June 2014, and it will be followed by Japan in October 2014.[508]

Notes: PHEV: Plug-in hybrid vehicle, BEV: Battery electric vehicle or electric car. (1) Plug-in conversions are not included. (2) Sales price does not reflect any government incentives or tax credits.

Plug-in electric utility vehicles in pre-production and testing[edit]

PEVs with market launch scheduled between 2014–2015
Model Type
of
PEV(1)
Original MRSP(2)
/Lease per month
(current $)
Range
(EV mode
for PHEVs)
Comments
PEVs currently undergoing field testing or demonstration programs
VIA Motors Vtrux Plug-in Hybrid PHEV expected US$79,000 up to 40 mi (64 km) [509] Fleet Deliveries expected in 2014. Private Customer Deliveries expected in 2015.[510]
BYD M3 DM 01 Auto China 2014-04-23.jpg
BYD M3DM
PHEV - - Plug-in hybrid van featuring a 1.5L turbo engine coupled with a 110kW electric motor. It is based on the Nissan e-NV200.[511]


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