Honda Accord PHEV (2014)


Car Barn Sport | Honda Accord PHEV (2014) | Earth Dreams Technology Accord PHEV includes a 2.0-liter I-VTEC 4-cylinder Atkinson-cycle engine coupled to two motor hybrid drive. The hybrid system includes a 124-kW electric motor powered by a 6.7-kWh lithium-ion battery. In combination with the two engines is a hybrid drive with a total capacity of 196 peak horsepower, Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid, Chevrolet Volt and the projected output of hybrid Ford Fusion Energi is superior. Earth Dreams engine power alone exceeds the total output of gas-electric Prius Plug-in Hybrid.

Two motor hybrid system in the 2014 Accord Honda Plug-in Hybrid can directly transfer the engine power to the front wheels, power generator to supply electric propulsion or charging the battery. Accord PHEV hybrid system moves smoothly and automatically after three transmission states in order to increase productivity, efficiency and range. Low battery indicator points while charging Li-Ion battery when connected to a standard 120-volt outlet is less than three hours, the fastest in its class, Accord PHEVs. Accord PHEV chassis starts with basic engineering Accord sedan, but adds all aluminum front subframe (replacing steel and aluminum version of the Accord petrol).

As gasoline engine model Accord, Accord PHEV use electric power steering (EPS) system that automatically control the amount of aid for the conditions. PHEV Accord is equipped with a brake system similar to the Honda Fit EV, a fully electronic control of hydraulic brake system offers. Sophisticated and contemporary, the new 2013 Accord Sedan interior provides an ideal base for 2014 Accord PHEV interior. Link Honda EV features include Like all new Accord, the new Accord PHEV has a larger range of standard active and passive safety features than any other car in the history of Honda.

Accord PHEV has an acoustic vehicle Alerting System (AVAS), to clearly warn pedestrians when approaching the EV-Drive mode. Based on internal testing, the 2014 Honda Accord PHEV, is expected to earn a Top Safety Pick rating by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and 5-star ratings in the federal National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) tests.
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