Top Hybrids and EV Picks for This Year

by pps-DUEditor

There are miles to go before we have EVs that can rival traditional cars. That said, new models show significant improvements in range, performance, and style. The best EVs provide users with enough range for daily use and some very advanced features and technology. The list below highlights our top picks for the best hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and pure EVs available this year.

Toyota Camry

The 2020 Camry is a strong contender in the hybrid family-sedan segment. The Toyota has a compliant ride and proficient handling, with plenty of standard driver-assistance technology, including forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and lane-departure warning. The Camry isn’t perfect, but it’s almost there.

Honda Insight

The 2020 Insight hybrid powertrain has conventionally styled exteriors that make it fit right in without a fuss. Customers can expect a fuel-efficient, roomy sedan with innovative technology and a comfortable interior. What it lacks in polish and refinement, it more than makes up for in approachability and user-friendliness.

Porsche Taycan

Porsche’s first electric car has sporty good looks and delivers incredible acceleration and precise handling. Even the engineering is impressive with a two-speed transmission and an 800-volt electrical system. This is what gives it the quicker acceleration and faster recharge time.

Tesla Model S

Love em or hate em, you can’t deny that Teslas have changed the way we look and think about EVs. Although launched in 2012, the 2020 Model S is still impressive enough to make waves wherever it goes. With an EPA-estimated 373 miles of range from its Long Range variant, Tesla delivers powerful acceleration, outstanding technology, and enough range to keep road trippers happy.

Tesla Model 3

A four-door sedan, the Model 3 gives you zippy acceleration and a futuristic, minimalistic interior set up. All versions are rated to go over 200 miles on a single charge. However, multiple battery configurations make it possible for the Long Range model to go almost 322 miles, which is longer than most other EVs on the market today. Going from zero to 60 mph in a lightning-fast 3.5 seconds, Model 3 is available only by particular order at physical Tesla stores.

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