Weird comparison. “Never plug it in”? Clarity owners do plug in, most of them daily, replacing whatever battery they used that day*. There are folks in online forums concerned about the need for fuel stabilizer since they’ve had the same gas in the tank for 6 months or more. That’s not our use case - we buy gas somewhat regularly, but when we eventually do it’s usually 5 or 6 gallons to top off the 7-gal tank after driving for weeks sometimes. I understand you’ve qualified your test, but it doesn’t reflect a real world scenario. I guess your point was to present a worst-case scenario? I get that but don’t really see the point. *As a matter of fact, we just plugged in about an hour ago. We went for a nice drive today to a curvy mountain road suggested by a forum member. Did maybe 90 miles altogether. Started fully charged with 39 EV miles. Drove the first 29 and last 10 miles on battery. That means we did about 51 miles in hybrid mode, burning around 1.2 or 1.3 gals of gas for the whole outing. Just pointing out the flexibility a PHEV provides, though of course a TESLA could have easily done the whole trip with battery to spare.