Yeah, for the time being we'll have to put up with the blurry line of hybrids. I think the bigger issue here is that OEMs will be confronted with the reality that conventional ICE will be a declining market. I suspect most thought this peak ICE day would come 5 or more years later. Many will try to get by with plugin hybrids, but I doubt this will really deliver the explosive growth that committed EV makers will experience with BEVs. Even if PHEVs can bridge into the EV age, traditional automakers are still headed into a decade of crisis. Also I think tha peak ICE will drive home the reality of peak oil demand. On Twitter now I see people starting to grapple with the question of surplus gasoline and how the imbalance in demand for all fractions of a barrel of crude will cause dislocation. So my sense is that the discussion about EVs and oil is starting to shift. Happy New Year!