DCustomers snatch large SUVs from the hands of manufacturers. At the same time, politicians and the public insist that corporations make their fleets more environmentally friendly. Otherwise, a high penalty is provided. The solution, at least from the manufacturer’s point of view, is called PHEV. The abbreviation stands for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle – a vehicle that has both an internal combustion engine and an electric drive, the battery of which can be recharged again and again with household electricity or at public charging stations. The idea sells well. But their triumphant advance is accompanied by increasingly loud background sounds.