Back in the day, hybrid cars were ugly, slow, and low on amenities. But this isn’t the case anymore. Technology for vehicles keeps getting better every year with advances in modifications such as performance chips, etc. Nowadays, luxury hybrid cars marry eco-friendly propulsion and opulence. Their designs are sleek, their cabins are plush, and that’s just the beginning in terms of features.

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Top 5 Hybrid Luxury Vehicles of 2023

Lexus ES

Starting at $42K, this mid-size sedan has a combined fuel economy of 44 MPG. It’s one of the most affordable vehicles in its class. It’s also luxurious and features sublime build quality. It also comes with many standard features. But the features car enthusiasts will love the most are its comfortable ride and quiet cabin. It also offers reassuring reliability and generous passenger space.

Lexus LC

Starting at $94K, this luxury coupe was inspired by the flagship sedan. It has a combined fuel economy of 29 MPG. Although its price may be borderline indulgent, this hybrid’s reliability, build quality, and resale values are exactly what you would expect from the Lexus brand. The LC features much of what you would expect in a typical car. But, it’s not for drivers who just want something to drive from point A to point B. It’s comfier and classier than that. In fact, you say this car is more like a grand tourer. It’s a luxury hybrid vehicle for those who enjoy the driving experience.

Lexus LS

Starting at $77K, this luxury sedan has a combined fuel economy of 25 MPG and stands behind its reputation for reliability as well as quality. The Lexus brand is not only more affordable than its German rivals, but it also holds on to its value longer. Plus, customer service at the Lexus dealers is exemplary. It’s the perfect vehicle for those who prefer reassurance, calmness, and great value for their money.

Acura NSX

Starting at $171K, this Acura hybrid model boasts a combined fuel economy of 21 MPG. If a hybrid and supercar had a baby this vehicle would be it, since it contains the best of both worlds. Unfortunately, this particular hybrid supercar is the last of its kind. That is, this is the final year of production. With only 300 models cleared for production, if you’re an Acura hybrid enthusiast who lives in the U.S. make the investment and own one of these beauties. If you live outside the U.S. there are an additional 50 being manufactured as well.

Although it’s sad to see this model go, Acura put some extra special thought into their last NSX. This year’s model gets a power boost, new tires and wheels, and a retooled transmission. Other features you can expect are a revised all-wheel-drive system and carbon-fiber body parts. The cherry on top of the sundae? It features a beautifully unique matte metallic paint finish.

Bentley Flying Spur

Starting at $208K, this uniquely named Bentley combines a fuel economy of 17 MPG and the royal presence of a British luxury sedan. Bentley never seems to disappoint, especially with their newest hybrid. You get a thrilling performance and effortless power. You also get unrivaled British craftsmanship and a truly beautiful design both inside and out. Not only does this car offer an exhilarating rush once you step into the driver’s seat, but it also offers a one-of-a-kind experience no matter where you sit.

Even though a new luxury hybrid car isn’t in the near future, you can still get the same performance and eco-friendly luxury with the Chip Your Car performance chip. Take your average driving experience to the next level and try something different!