For some hybrids, like the Lexus ES300h and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, I think the automakers should make the hybrid powertrain the only available powertrain and drop any mention of "hybrid" in the vehicle names. This would begin to normalize electrified powertrains, which really hasn't begun happening yet. Currently, every electrified version of a car has something in its name to identify it as different and special. I suppose that's to differentiate it from a non-electrified version, but that's why I think in some cases, like the Lexus and Lincoln, they should just drop the other powertrain options and go with the hybrid powertrain only. Those hybrid powertrains fit the mission of a comfy luxury cruiser so well. Why Lincoln offers a 400-hp, twin-turbo version of the MKZ is baffling.