2012 Audi A6 Hybrid, Review and PicturesPosted on Monday, September 5th, 2011 in Audi.
Audi2011 MR Car Design Audi Q7, Review and Pictures. Read more ... » A6 Hybrid2011 Toyota Prius X, Review and Pictures. Read more ... » uses a parallel hybrid concept2011 Mazda Takeri Concept, Review and Pictures. Read more ... » effectively: An internal combustion engine, 155 kW (211 hp) 2.0 TFSI, working with electric motors2011 Volkswagen Bulli, Review and Pictures. Read more ... » provide 33 kW (45 hp) and 211 Nm (155.63 ft lbs) of torque. The electric motor sits in the back of the TFSI, occupying the space change of the torque converter before the 8-speed tiptronic2012 Audi A7, Review and Pictures. Read more ... ». The transfer of torque to the front wheels. A crash-protected area of the trunk of the houses, lightweight compact lithium-ion batteries produce 1.3 kWh and 39 kW of nominal power. Depending on demand, it is air-cooled two ways – by the blower from external or internal cooling circuit and automatic climate control. The technology holds most of the batteries in the correct temperature range to ensure that the vehicle operates on electric power is relatively large percentage of the time.
A6 Hybrid General Assembly to speed up to 100 kilometers per hour (62.14 miles an hour) on electricity alone, with a constant speed 60 kilometers per hour (37.28 miles an hour) in the range of 3 km. It can work alone or the internal combustion engine in hybrid mode where the phase of deceleration, it draws both power and allows the engine and electric motor together when accelerating rapidly. to provide a special counter for the instrument cluster and MMI display detailed monitoring of the different driving conditions.
Audi A62012 Audi A6, Review and Pictures. Read more ... » offers a V6 hybrid force, together with engine four-cylinder fuel efficiency. It accelerates from zero in 7.3 seconds 100 kilometers per hour (62.14 miles an hour) with maximum speed is 238 kph (147.89 miles an hour), and fuel consumption average of 6.2 liters per 100 km (37, 94 U.S. mpg), CO2 emission levels of 142 grams per kilometer (228.53 g / mile).