Except for the nose, it looks like the 2014 Ford Fusion SE Energi that you are leasing. Honda is copying again. BTW, some Energi owners are getting over 30 miles of EV range. Visit their forum and read more: http://www.fordfusionenergiforum.com/
I'm not willing to employ hyper-miling (sp?) tactics to try to squeeze more than 20-22 miles out of it's battery.
I tend to agree with everything Foxtrot (and their spouse) said with the exception of the Tesla Model 3 - I hate the grill-less, pointy nose on that thing.You guys are hilarious.
The PHEV version has roughly the same EV range as the Gen 1, larger size with a more comfortable, nicer interior, and the electric memory driver's seat that two driver families crave. Depending on the details I would have bought this instead of my Gen II Volt. And as far as looks my authority on the styling of the cars that we buy, my wife, thinks the GenI is marginal, the Gen II is acceptable, the Tesla model 3 is wonderful, she wouldn't be caught dead in a Bolt, and declares this Honda is acceptable but not exciting.
Being late to the game doesn't mean that you can't win with a good product.
Honda is kind of mid-stream on looks. Some of their stuff looks good, some not. I'm having a bit of trouble putting this on the plus side of looks. I'm hoping Volvo can do better in 2 years (as promised), but they don't even have a concept drawing yet. I've got plenty of time......I really like the seats, front and rear. BUT wow, is that thing ugly.