Fuel saving depends on the type of electric motor that complements the combustion engine, the capacity of the batteries and the type of use we give it. But in general, the hybrid car uses fuel in a much more optimal way, while its consumption tends to be significantly lower than that of conventional engines, but there are always exceptions.
Depending on your needs, fuel savings can be between 30% and 50%. So yes, conventional hybrids will help you save fuel in urban environments and plug-ins on highways.
Emission reduction and maintenance
It is friendly to the environment, which is the great point of this type of vehicle. As such, the average CO2 emission from a combustion car is 25,000 kilograms per year. In the case of electric cars, their emission is reduced to 0, so it is not uncommon to think that the impact of a hybrid car will be halfway there.
The average annual CO2 emission of a hybrid car is 18,000 kilograms per year, 30% less on average than a conventional car: another good reason to opt for this type of car.