Plug-in-hybrid: not more than a Trojan horse for burners

Plug-in-hybrid: not more than a Trojan horse for burners-trojan

Looking at the accumulated sales figures of plug-in hybrids, it shows that in the first eight months 2021, the pure electric cars could run the rank. During this time, E-cars put a slower start. Which, among other things, related to low stocks that have come, since 2020 were allowed as many e-cars as possible in the year end spurt. Until the beginning of the year, it was not so easy to fill the camps.

In the course of the year 2021, however, more and more pure stromases were manufactured, which makes it noticeable in the past few months at the paragraph of these at the European car market. At the beginning of the year, the PHEV still had the upper hand at the paragraph, these were getting faster from the pure E cars. Meanwhile one goes out that electric cars with over 100.000 units more than plug-in hybrids will decide the year 2021. Looked at the sales side.

Here, this shows that Phev were always intended as transition technology and to lose importance by stricter legislation. At least if you do not meet the requirements of the market. In Germany it is, for example, that Phev must drive in 2023 at least 80 km. So far, you have to bring it “only” to 60 km pure electrical reach.

However, the challenge becomes more exciting that they have to be driven at least half of the time purely electrically. Where it is expected to be based on real data to benefit from the decisive lower monthly tax rate for benefits that is one of the most important arguments for the introduction of PHEV. It therefore does not surprise that plug-in hybrids are currently considered to be trojan horses, which bring the burner with lower leasing rates and a lower tax rate back to the fleet. At least for so long, until the policy is more focused on the pure electrical service life.

Even fleet operators gave automotive analyst Matthias Schmidt to understand that one decided for partial circuits, as the leasing rate and the monthly tax rate for employees is lower and more car parks are available because they can park and charge overnight overnight at squares who are reserved for plug-ins. In addition, it is possible for the driver of such a vehicle for a smaller monetary value to drive the larger, mostly better equipped car. Therefore, it does not surprise that the policy would like to intervene.

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10 thoughts on “Plug-in-hybrid: not more than a Trojan horse for burners”

  1. In the article rather slightly gorgeous with: “PHEV [goods] are always intended only as transition technology,” is in truth the current “environment” promotion of the hybride in the sum nothing but

    1) Ordinary waste of public taxes:
    Promotion amount (max. 6.750 euros)

    2) Aid for (formally legal) tax evasion:
    Private use only taxed with 0.5 instead of 1%

    3) Sensile fraud attempt at the world climate:

    https: // theiCCT.Org / Publications / PHEV-Real-World-Usage-SEP2020
    

    Article: “Real-World Usage of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles – Fuel Concumtion, Electric Driving and CO2 Emissions”

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  2. The problem is the combustion hybrids that are clear in the majority.
    These are vehicles that complement a combustion around hybridization.
    There are also electrohybrids with over 100km electric range + small internal combustion engine, as temporarily at the BMW i3.

    A good new example of future-oriented hybridization:
    Rosenbauer offers a fire truck with a 100kWh battery, electric four-wheeled and a car diesel from BMW.
    The diesel is only needed for rare, longer pump inserts.

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  3. No one buys a PHEV if he can do all the requirements for the vehicle with a BEV. The better the BEV, the more you get through, maybe then without promotion and not only in 16 countries but also in Africa, etc.

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  4. I have a Phev with just 25km electric range and now drive well over 80% electric. My job is 5km far away, the Edeka 3km, downtown 7km. If I have 60km electric reach available, there will certainly be just over 90% out of it. I do not drive most of the time over 700kg battery, which I need then 2-3 times a year. From the price of long-distance BEVs not to mention ..

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  5. Nonsense …I now drove with my hybrid 4500 km, of which 3100 are pure electric.
    1300 km with caravan. Would not have been electrically possible.
    If fully electric with trailer in acceptable range is possible then.
    Currently only goes to work with electricity.

    Hybrid is perfect for me.

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  6. The PHEVs are not bad per se. What she brings in trouble are the 500 ps boxes in which the electric motor is the fig leaf. These boxes will be deducted from the taxes and the driver also laughs me out that I pay that indirectly.
    I think the cards will indeed be re-mixed when the drivers must prove in the tax return that they are at least 50% electricity ..
    But even for this will certainly find fraudsters who “correct” vehicle electronics, such as the tacho stand or adblue ..

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  7. This article by a “expert” is again something of one-sided and biased. All users of a PHEV are shorn about a crest and insulted unison.
    I just drive a PHEV because it fits my usage profile and I’m on 85% electronically on the move. For a BEV it would need your own wallbox. As sustainable, if everyone is installing a separate wallbox for his BEV, just to drive a giant battery sparrow in everyday life, whose range may be needed for 2x a month?.
    Unfortunately, rapid loading columns are still missing in rural areas almost completely, so I could increase the electronic share to over 90%.
    This eternal Phev bushing is as intelligent like racism. And reasoned it is that there are stupid fleet managers who make false decisions.
    TZZ.

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  8. I’m not quite convinced to drive purely electrically, so at the moment I find pluginhybrid vehicles better, only long-distance over 300 km.
    Everything that is below is okay for pure electric vehicles, even if it comes to the fast charging stations to mass congestion.
    It would be great if the automotive industry could agree to offer replacement batteries.
    A car manufacturer from China already offers that, unfortunately only for its model range.

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  9. You have to leave the church in the village.
    As a cyclist, every PHEV or HEV is clearly rather than the still in the vast majority of pure diesel and petrol engine sold.

    Phevs and Hevs stink much less in city traffic and make less noise.

    The worst is diesel after the cold start and diesel delivery vehicles. To make one as a cyclist especially in winter really to create ☹️

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  10. I see a great responsibility in pure e-mobility. Rightless exploitation of the planet for lithium and cobalt.
    Now comes the faction of the E driver and tells one of completely new batteries. Jo. Less range. Honestly. Everyone who hangs something to the car does not come with pure e mobility.

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