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Best hybrid luxury cars of 2024

If you have the means, a luxury hybrid car offers the best of both worlds: peerless comfort and serene refinement, mixed with the ability to cruise around in emission-free electric mode in town, with petrol power taking over for longer journeys where brisk progress and convenience are key.
We've gathered together a selection of 10 great luxury hybrid cars for you to peruse, and done so with as broad a budget as possible; because while luxury never comes cheap, when it comes to posh hybrids there's a vast spread of models and prices, ranging from 'aspirational but potentially obtainable for some', to 'requires a lottery win'.

Range Rover
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1. Range Rover P440e

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class Saloon

2. Mercedes S-Class

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Audi A8

3. Audi A8

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BMW 7 Series

4. BMW 7 Series

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Battery range up to 47 miles
Lexus LC

5. Lexus LC 500h

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Porsche Panamera

6. Porsche Panamera

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Bentley Bentayga

7. Bentley Bentayga

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Volvo S90

8. Volvo V90 T8

Volvo S90 review
Battery range up to 31 miles
Jaguar F-PACE

9. Jaguar F-Pace P400e

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Lexus RX

10. Lexus RX

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Depends how deep your pockets are, really. The Range Rover P510e is hard to beat if you have six-figures to spare and are after ultimate opulence, while keen drivers should pivot towards the Porsche Panamera, and technology fans should hop in the back of the latest BMW 7 Series.

The Range Rover PHEV's 70-mile on-paper electric range takes that crown (expect something like 50 miles in the real world), while the Mercedes S-Class's 67 miles also impresses.

Well, good-value luxury is arguably oxymoronic, but given some of the heady price tags contained in this rundown, we'd say the Volvo S90 makes a good case for itself here, with the Jaguar F-Pace also being worth seeking out.