Hybrid car

a car which uses electrical power to enhance the efficiency of the engine

an automobile with more than one power source, such as an electric motor and internal combustion engine or an electric motor with battery and fuel cells for energy storage; also called hybrid vehicle

Many people have owned a hybrid car at some point.


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