No, currently the majority of hybrids are using nickel metal-hydride (NiMH) batteries, occupying around 97 percent of the market based on revenue. Lithium-ion batteries are the up-and-coming replacement for NiMH batteries though, as they have advantages like longer life, being more lightweight, and having high energy density. Right now they are used to power small devices like cell phones, laptops, and cameras.
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