GM and VW are the two high-volume companies going all in on EVs. Ford has taken a much more cautious approach and continues to offer Hybrid-Electric and Plug-in Hybrid versions of the Fusion, Escape, Explorer and F-150. The F-150 Hybrid got a lot of positive press recently when Texas owners were using it to power their homes during the recent winter storm outages there. It provides enough power (up to 7.2kW) through its auxiliary outlets in the bed to power arc welders and other job-site equipment.
In addition, I wouldn't call the 60-year old diesel electric locomotive the "perfection of hybrid technology." There is a massive engine powering a massive generator with no on-board storage batteries and thus no regenerative energy recapture. It is simply about generating as much torque as possible for pulling power.