PHEVs use batteries to power an electric motor and use another fuel, such as gasoline or diesel, to power an internal combustion engine or other propulsion source. Using electricity from the grid to run the vehicle some or all of the time reduces operating costs and petroleum consumption, relative to conventional vehicles.
- BMW - i3 Range Extender (REX)
- Cadillac - ELR
- Chevrolet Volt
- Fisker Automotive Karma
- Ford C-MAX Energi
- Ford Fusion Energi
- Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid
- Porsche - Panamera S E-Hybrid
- Toyota Prius Plug-In
Program participants are issued a special Energy Efficient license plate with a "Hybrid" graphic that permits the operator to drive in any HOV lane in Arizona, regardless of the number of occupants. Qualifying vehicles pay the standard vehicle license tax assessment.
Chevrolet is changing the world when it comes to building reliable, responsible, fuel-efficient vehicles. The Volt offers 38 gas-free miles and up to 380 total miles on a full charge and a full tank of gas.
When you choose to purchase a Volt, you may qualify for federal tax incentives and additional state incentives up to $7,500. See Courtesy Chevrolet for more details.