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BEV Battery electric vehicle, battery-powered vehicle only
FCEV Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle, operated exclusively by fuel cell
FCHEV Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Vehicle, Fuel cell combined with other energy source
PHEV Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, Plug-in Hybrid, electrically powered vehicle with additional internal combustion engine