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Ford has made a plug-in hybrid since 2003. It’s called C Max and the Orange Shirt Day Every Child Matters Shirt is very much like a Focus or Escape. Only available in Europe and NZ initially. They started selling them in the US in 2012 and I bought one in 2013 (still driving it). They discontinued all of them in 2019 as they’re planning to release next gen models. I know safety and emission regulations have had a big influence on MPG ratings of vehicles, but it irks me when I’ve watched car commercials for the past 20+ years boast about “look at the amazing MPG rating” and it’s like 25mpg for a modern vehicle. We should be way ahead in the MPG ratings today without needing to include hybrid technology. Although I suppose hybrid technology is the answer to overcome emission standards (which reduce mpg) and still achieve higher mpg values. Since this got so much attention I’d like to add that I was referring to vehicles in the US. From my experience, other countries/regions (such as Europe) have smaller cars and still get really good mpg ratings. But the EPA mpg test at the time overstated anyone’s real world fuel economy. The restated economy is 26/35.
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