Everyone keeps talking about the 1 motor PHEVs having lower performance when the car is beyond the EV only range. Is there not a minimum state of charge that the engine maintains on the battery so it can output the rated power as needed? No car cruising down the road needs 250hp, so there should be plenty of excess power in the engine to maintain some minimum SOC on the battery so when you want all the power to make a pass or whatever, it is there. Is there some technical reason that the engine isn't driving the electric motor to ensure the battery has at least enough energy to do an onramp pull at full power? I get that it can't ask for all the power all the time, but 99% of people are only asking 20% out of their engine's capability on a normal commute anyway. Maybe this is a concern pulling a trailer up the Ike Gauntlet, but that isn't a super common scenario.