Just in (visit https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2018-hyundai-ioniq-in-depth-model-review ). There's some interesting nuggets in there for comparison to the Clarity. This quote for example: "The Ioniq plug-in did about as well as its closest competitors in our set of highway tests, but it failed to live up to the promise of its EPA ratings. We estimate 20 miles of electric-only highway range compared with the EPA-estimated 27 miles, and achieving that is a struggle—it takes a very light foot on the accelerator to keep the Ioniq from turning to its gas engine for power. Once the battery was depleted, we earned a paltry 39 mpg. Not only is that 13 mpg lower than the EPA’s highway estimate for the Ioniq, but several non-hybrid vehicles have beaten that number in our testing." The important thing to note here is that the Ioniq is a subcompact (smaller than the compact Civic) while the Clarity is about the same size as the full sized Toyota Avalon. Also, the 0-60 time measured by C&D is 8.9 seconds compared to the Clarity's 7.6 seconds (also measured by C&D). Based on my own experience and that reported on this board, the Clarity gets better HV mileage in real world conditions. Clarity is clearly the superior vehicle and yet it doesn't sell. That is just crazy.