Today I drove the car for the first decent length drive. The car was not quite fully charged when we left for the second drive of the day (we had depleted it this morning going somewhere else and didn't have quite enough time to get a full charge), but I think it was at about 95% as the guessometer was showing 55KM and the charge display was estimating the charge would have been complete in about 15 more minutes.
We got on the 401 and away we went. I will preface things by saying that I got in behind a semi (at a reasonable and safe distance, but probably in the draft, you can see it off in the distance in the photo below actually), set the cruise, and got 67KM before it switched to ICE. I'm confident had I had a full charge I could have made 70KM. I was impressed - had the wife snap this photo just as it switched, hence still 0.0L gas consumed.
So, I reset the second trip odometer at this point so that I could get a decent readout on ICE fuel consumption alone, without the battery mixed in. I'm pretty impressed with the results (5.3L/100KM over basically 200KM of ICE only driving) which beat the (cough, cough) Civic Hybrid by 0.6L/100KM (So I saved about 1.2L in gas on this trip alone vs the Honda), the Accord Hybrid by 0.3L/100KM (so I would have saved 0.6L vs the Honda on this trip alone), and in the end I was firmly in Prius territory. This is just on gas alone, not taking into consideration the EV boost at the beginning of the trip...more on that below.
Now, mix in the EV miles with the trip (which totalled 265KM) and I achieved 3.9L/100KM which destroys every Hybrid option out there.
Overall (Photo below), here's the entire day - 362 total KM, 111.7 on electricity, and 244.5KM on gas. Total mixed consumption = 3.66L/100KM.
Hybrids can suck it.