According to The Sleuth, the automaker’s 2017 Clarity Fuel Cell sedan will be followed by plug-in hybrid and battery-electric variants that are expected to go on sale by the end of 2017 as 2018 models. The plug-in version will have a range of 40 miles on batteries alone before the companion gasoline engine kicks in. The battery-electric model will reportedly have an 80-mile range, which would fall far short of the current crop of electrics such as the Chevrolet Bolt with its 238-mile range. The Clarity Fuel Cell that will soon be available to California residents on a three-year lease basis (including a $15,000 fuel credit) can travel 366 miles between fill-ups. With only a few dozen hydrogen filling stations statewide, that model has understandably limited appeal.