Has anyone seen an Accord plugin on the road? I'm not sure how to describe it... maybe the Middle Class Fisker Karma? Anyways, full specs here: http://automobiles.honda.com/accord-plug-in/specifications.aspx The battery is rated 6.7 kWh, which is good for an EPA rating of 13 miles:frown: Honda claims the battery can be charged in about 1 hour with a 240V/30A line. In all-Electric mode, a 124 kW (about 166 horsepower) electric motor moves the car and is good for 124c/105h/115combined MPGe. A 2.0L gasoline engine provides long range of up to 574 miles and hybrid FE of 47c/46h/46combined EPA. So it has Honda reliability, a big cabin, and controls that are familiar to Honda drivers, but there are a few downsides. The front is hideous. It reminds me of some kind of Japanese dinosaur or lizard that maybe wants to attack a Toyota Camry. The wheels are similarly bizarre. Forget about bringing any large items home from the store: the battery pack takes up half the trunk space, leaving 8.6 cubic feet of storage. Taking a road trip? Range anxiety might not be there, but I'd definitely have luggage anxiety. Part of me marvels at the complexity of the Accord plugin, but it is a really bad way to sell electric vehicles. What large sedan has 8.6 cubic feet of trunk space? I just don't think the big automakers really understand what it takes to sell an electric car.