Good question. I am wondering about this too since PHEVs (plug-in hybrids) rely first on the electric engine and second on the combustion engine. HEV (or hybrid vehicles) are the opposite and instead rely first on the combustion engine. I do not see any logical reason for this, since PHEVs are the next step to a completely electric vehicle. It might just be economics, and that there is more of a demand for the HEVs, but other than that I do not know.
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