An interesting article about EV range in the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/innovations/wp/2018/04/16/gm-claims-the-chevy-bolt-gets-238-miles-per-charge-heres-why-thats-misleading/?utm_term=.34981ca5fbd8 In the article, the reporter could get as much as 350 miles or as little as 130 miles in the Bolt. Because range is so inconsistent, he concludes that BEVs are still impractical other than for daily commutes. Through the Clarity discussions, we already know that the EV range can vary wildly depending on driving style, temperature, and other factors. That's the reason why an EPA range of around 50 miles should be the minimum for a useful PHEV if you don't live in a mild climate area. Those PHEVs with 12-25 miles range are not useful at all if you want to drive them EV most of time. Using that criterion, there's only the Clarity and the Volt.