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Looks like it is a ways off right now. Originally they said Spring of 2008. They are only just delivering plug-in Hybrids to the universities. I'm guessing they will be six or eight months late to the general public.
The whole idea of the plug-in is to go further on the battery. If, on the original overnight charge, you can go seventy or eighty miles, your commute gets fairly cheap. Right now hybrids go only seven or eight miles on the battery so obviously a bigger battery is the answer. By comparison to running on gas, the overnight charge is almost free.

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