Deja vu ... did Totota make a plugin similar to Chevy Volt?!? What do you think? https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1139275_review-2023-toyota-prius-prime-plug-in-reboots-volt-formula 1st & foremost - the author is incorrect. Both of these 2 Plugin hybrids have stronger & weaker points than the other. Having owned/driven both Chevy Volts & Prius Primes - this review caught my eye. So I'm sure there are plenty of others in this category having driven both - &considering the responses to the article. Having had mileage in both, here are a dozen neutral & personal observations; 1- heater in Chevy Volt it's resistance so Prius generally wins - unless it's REALLY cold - which cripples heat pump's efficiency to a certain extent. 2- egress Ingress is a tie ... as both try for low drag CD which necessarily makes for a low sloping windshield & hood. 3- electric range is 25% better in the Volt so it wins. Yes you can get an extra 10+ miles out of the prime & you can get 10+ more miles in the Volt so that (driving style) makes no difference. 4- Heated seats & steering wheel. Both have it (available) so it's a tie. 5- charging speed available on the volt is faster at 7.2 kW so it wins. 6- EPA's mpg while running in traction pack discharged / depleted mode highway is 47mpg for the Prime & 42mpg for the Volt so Prime wins. 7- traction pack thermal management for the prime is air-cooled while the Chevy Volt is liquid cooled - so Volt wins. 8- seating for 5 in both - but due to battery configuration the 5th seat in The Volt is very small so Prime wins 9- cargo capacity (rear seats up or down) in the volt is 10²'-30²' while the Prime is 20²'-26²' so the Prime wins. 10 - availability for the Volt can only be had as used now but the availability is good - whereas Prius Prime is in short supply so many owners have to pay over MSRP. But prime has a full manufacturer warranty whereas the Volt only has whatever warranty remaining of its 8-year 100K mile hybrid system warranty .... a win for the prime. 11- Interior look & feel goes to the Prius Prime over Volt, as it's Dash / display is ½ decade newer ... despite being obscured to some drivers - due to some people's height 12- Exterior Aesthetics is subjective so from reading other's views I would estimate it's a tie. One take away from the linked article is that Toyota should have been able to best the Volt in ALL categories - having ½ a decade to work on those improvements. Yes? No? Edit: Quick editorial on the author's view regarding power. Not true that the prime has less power than the volt. He must mean when you are only using electric, but due to the way the prime is configured it's ICE is brought into play when total HP is calculated.