The year 2019 was the year electric vehicles truly became mainstream. Over a million EVs are now on the road in the U.S., and 8% of all new cars in California had a battery in them. Nationally, electric vehicles still only comprise just shy of 2% of all cars sold. But their numbers are growing larger every day, which is particularly notable in a car market that is not so booming.
For this listing, we've combined HEVs, PHEVs, and EVs all onto one list. If you're unclear about the differences between each type, head on over to our lovely electric vehicle explainer to clear things up for you.
We rank 18 hybrid and electric cars from best to worst by combining their ratings on driving performance, standard features, design, and value.