Is the writing on the wall for Europe’s PHEV market?

Growing concerns about the accuracy of PHEV emissions testing could put the tech out to pasture earlier than expected. By Jack Hunsley

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) are a popular choice for many consumers. Offering the option to drive exclusively on either the internal combustion engine (ICE) or battery power, many manufacturers advertise these models as an ideal stepping stone from pure ICE models to electric mobility. On paper, they yield far lower emissions than ICE vehicles, but, in real-world driving conditions, is this the case?

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