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Bentley plans to launch a plug-in hybrid version of its Bentayga SUV at the Geneva auto show in March. The Bentayga will be the brand's first electrified vehicle.
Porsche said 60 percent of buyers of its revamped Panamera four-door coupe opted for the partly battery-powered version from its sales start in June through October.
The Porsche 911 will likely get a plug-in hybrid variant mid-way through its next generation, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume says.
Porsche will push for more power and battery range when it electrifies its flagship sports car early next decade.
Jeep will offer a plug-in hybrid version of its iconic off-roader in 2020, joining new turbocharged I-4 and diesel V-6 options on the redesigned 2018 Wrangler.
VW plans to spend nearly $12 billion by 2025 to develop and manufacture all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles as it seeks to comply with stringent new rules in China.
After several years of delays related to battery supply and regulatory certification, Mitsubishi is bringing its Outlander plug-in hybrid to the U.S.
In the waning days of 2017, the mainstream midsize crossover segment in the U.S. will get its first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.
Plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport are coming to the U.S. market next summer.
Ferrari and Lamborghini are working on hybrid sports cars but have no plans to develop wholly electric models, even as the industry races to design and engineer emissions-free light vehicles.
The long-awaited BMW X7 shows up in concept form with a plug-in powertrain and a massive kidney grille.
Lincoln will offer hybrid gasoline-electric versions of all its U.S. models by 2022, sources familiar with the plans told Reuters. Details could be announced as early as early October.
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