Not all hybrids are boring. These cars prove it. Here are some of the coolest hybrids out there.
It might have the longest, most unoriginal name of any sports car out there, but trust us, the top-tier hybrid Panamera is a hell of a car. It makes an astounding 680 combined horsepower, and that sweet Sport Turismo wagon body style makes it even better. is up for grabs on eBay right now.
Jaguar never officially put its C-X75 supercar into production, but the few prototypes it did build were equipped with a state-of-the-art supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder engine combined with hybrid batteries. It sounds great.
If you still have any reservations about hybrid tech, get this: The current Nurburgring lap record holder, the 919 Evo hybrid, beat its nearest competitor by nearly a minute. That's absurd.
Sure, the ELR may have been way overpriced for what it was, but you have to admit: It looks pretty cool. And because just a handful were built, they how have an aurora of rarity to them as well. It's not every day you see an ELR on the road. you can own for less than the price of a new Chevy Volt.
Porsche's hypercar uses a bespoke 4.6-liter V-8 engine that produces 600 horsepower, combined with a pair of front-mounted electric motors that make 282 horsepower together. The result is a world-beating speed machine that broke the Nurburgring production car lap record in 2013. for sale on eBay right now for a cool $1.488 million.
The LaFerrari is the first (and so far, only) Ferrari road car to break the 1000-horsepower barrier, and it does so in spectacular fashion. Thanks to that wonderful V-12 and a pack of batteries behind the driver, it can go from 0-60 in 2.4 seconds, and complete the quarter-mile in 9.7 seconds. has just 495 miles on the clock, and you can own it.
The Valkyrie uses a Cosworth Formula 1-based V-12 combined with electric power to propel it down the road. It also looks like an actual LMP1 car for the road. It doesn't get much cooler than this.
The Regera has no transmission. Instead, it uses electric power to get away from a stop, and then the engine—which is connected directly to the wheels—fires up. The Regera is unlike any other modern car, and in true Koenigsegg fashion, it's incredibly powerful.
Honda’s first Insight was cool because it was different. It had a quirky three-cylinder engine, covered rear wheels for aerodynamic efficiency, and could even be optioned with a manual transmission. Compared to the Prius of the time, it was worlds more interesting. for sale on eBay with the stick.
The new NSX drives nothing like the old NSX, and that angers a lot of people. But once you really get to feel it out, the new car is unbelievably capable, a masterpiece of technological advancement worthy of praise. It's no wonder it took our 2017 Performance Car of the Year award. There's right now with just 3400 miles on the clock you can own for thousands off MSRP.
The AMG One uses two front-mounted electric motors to power the front wheels, and the hybrid turbo V-6 powertrain from AMG's F1 cars to spin the rears. If that's not cool enough for you, we're not sure what is.
Even five years after production ended on the McLaren P1 hypercar, it remains a benchmark. It may no longer be the fastest car on the block, but it'll always remain special. painted in a lovely red color called "Magma Orange," and you can own it.
The i8 may not be as quick as some of the other cars on this list, but it still looks cool as hell. And with those swing-up doors, you'll always be the center of attention. already has over 60,000 miles on it, and it's for sale for just under $65,000.