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Ultimately, the XC60 is a very good base on which the Polestar Engineered department has done some very good work. But the competition isn’t exactly bad.
Would you ever consider owning a Lincoln?
The Acura MDX and Lexus RX are two of the OG luxury crossovers.
The Prius is now available with AWD. Here’s how it works.
There aren’t a lot of plug-in luxury hybrid compact crossovers on the market.
The whole ethos of the Volt is how normal it feels: an advanced hybrid that drives like a regular sedan.
There’s really no reason not to opt for this new mild-hybrid system.
Faster than a Prius, gets the same fuel economy and actually looks normal.
Fast and fuel efficient, this luxury sedan is full of surprises.
The efficiency is hard to argue with.
How does an exotic hybrid supercar hold up in the worst possible conditions?
One foot in the future, one in the past.
Electrification arrives to make Range Rover’s strong points better.
It bodes well for enthusiasts that cars like the i8 exist.
I can’t think of a good reason why all minivans aren’t like the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid.
2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo packs extra practicality; Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid packs a punch.
It’s Toyota Prius vs Hyundai Ioniq in this head-to-head hybrid battle.
As an alternative fuel vehicle, the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is going up against gas prices that remain at historic lows.
With fuel consumption that’s almost on par with the Toyota Prius, and the 2017 Kia Niro has an appeal that’s all its own.
New for 2017, there is also a hybrid and plug-in hybrid model, making the Optima lineup one of the most significantly changed for the 2017 model year.
The 2018 Lexus LC500 looks as though it was designed and crafted by a sane and sober Salvador Dali.
In a surprising twist, it drives much better than the non-hybrid version.
Until gasoline is supplanted by an alternative fuel source as the most convenient, there’s a sweet spot with cars like the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime.