Volvo XC60 Concept Plug-in Hybrid (2012)

  
CARBARN | Volvo XC60 Concept Plug-in Hybrid (2012) | The front wheels of the Volvo XC60 Concept plug-in hybrid is powered by a four-cylinder turbo gasoline coming from the VEA (Volvo Environmental Architecture) family of engines driven. This engine delivers 280 horsepower and peak torque of 380 Nm (280 Nm). The concept car is wearing a badge "T8", which emphasizes the combined 350-horsepower high performance four-cylinder engine and electric motor. It's time to stop counting cylinders," says Peter Mertens.


The engine of the Volvo XC60 Concept plug-in hybrid does not have a conventional starter and alternator. The rear of the Volvo XC60 Concept plug-in hybrid is powered by a electric motor produces 70 hp each. It is driven by installing a 12 kWh lithium-ion batteries under the floor of the cargo. The charging time depends on the current. This also means that battery power is available, the car has to push. The plug-in hybrid Volvo XC60 Concept will increase in a specific color and white 21-inch wheels painted the muscular appearance. The interior features unique details and colors, as a sober dark blue leather interior, blue-gray wood.


The electric motor in the all-wheel drive Volvo XC60 Concept plug-in hybrid is activated by pressing the AWD (All Wheel Drive) button. Instead of transferring mechanical energy to the conventional four-wheel drive distributes driven power between the central control unit of gasoline-driven front wheels and rear electric. If everything is enabled, offsets, the cost-generator and the battery when necessary. The aim is enough power for about 12 miles (20 km) to ensure of drive power.


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