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plug-in hybrid

A plug-in electric hybrid (also called plug-in hybrid] is a hybrid vehicle that can be recharged via a regular household electric socket. These vehicles have a conventional combustion engine and an electric motor powered by a battery pack. They are propelled primarily by energy from the battery, with the combustion engine taking over when the distance traveled exceeds the capacity of the battery.

 

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