Audi Q7 Hybrid

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Audi Q7 Hybrid

Audi has that the Audi Q7 Hybrid go on sale towards the end of 2008. The Q7 Hybrid will be powered by a 280 PS 3.6 FSI petrol engine and an electric situated in the drivetrain powered by a nickel metal hydride battery that develops 51 PS. The Q7 Hybrid will accelerate 0 to 62 mph in 7.6 seconds.

From Audi Release:

Petrol/electric hybrid SUV waits in the wings as new cleaner, economical TDI engine joins the

increased power and torque and performance

• Revised Audi Q7 3.0 TDI available to order now in standard, SE and S trim priced from OTR to £41,475 OTR

• 240PS@4,000rpm, 550Nm 1,750rpm to 2,750rpm, 0-62mph in 8.5 top speed 134mph, 34.9mpg, CO2

• Working Audi Q7 petrol/electric prototype reduces consumption and by over 20 per cent – production is expected to go on sale in certain towards the end of 2008

The seven-seat Q7 SUV benefits from a ‘win-win’ this week courtesy of a new of its 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine which lower emissions, higher and torque and improved performance and economy.

The even more 2008 Model Year Q7 3.0 TDI quattro,

which is also now with an exhaust-cleansing Diesel Filter (DPF), is available for in standard, SE and S line trim from £38,075 OTR. It part of a Audi Q7 development which also includes hybrid versions that fuel consumption and emissions by 20 per cent.

Featuring an advanced rail direct fuel system using sophisticated quartz crystal technology, the V6 TDI engine benefits from that boost

combined cycle fuel in the Audi Q7 3.0 TDI quattro from to 34.9mpg, reduce CO2 output 279g/km to 260g/km and bring the 0-62mph time by 0.6 seconds to 8.5 Power rises from to 240PS, delivered at 4,000rpm, and increases from 500Nm to an healthier 550Nm, available just 1,750rpm.

Diesel is of far from the only source of delivered power to be championed by the durch Technik brand. As as exploring the possibilities opened up by generation ‘future fuels’ as the biomass-to-liquid (BTL) SunFuel, is also testing fully prototypes running on bioethanol CNG (compressed natural gas) and hybrid power.

The Audi Q7 reduces consumption and emissions by 20 per cent

Audi Q7

The Audi Q7 hybrid is expected to go on in its first markets towards the end of combining its familiar 280PS FSI petrol engine with an motor situated in the drivetrain by a 288-volt nickel metal (NiMH) battery, which a further 51PS. The Audi Q7 reduces fuel consumption, and C02 output, by approximately 23 per cent with the Audi Q7 3.6 FSI as we know it

Designed in a parallel configuration in all major assemblies are arranged in helping to reduce weight and loss, the 3.6-litre FSI V6 with its 375 Nm peak is boosted by up to 285Nm by the motor. Channelled via a six-speed gearbox and through the quattro system with asymmetric 40% / 60% rear torque split, joint output enables a acceleration time of just 7.6 (standard Audi Q7 3.6 FSI 8.5 seconds) and fuel consumption of 28.8mpg Audi Q7 3.6 FSI 22.2mpg). The Audi Q7 3.6 309g/km output is reduced to thanks to the electric motor and a of revisions to ancillaries such as the steering pump.

Fundamentally, three driving are possible. The FSI engine and the electric can each work on their own as the unit, or the vehicle can combine the of the two for acceleration. In this mode, the engine is responsible for basic whereby it also needs to energy to the battery.

Recuperation energy

The electric motor on the hand can operate independently and inaudibly at speeds of up to 30mph, reducing exhaust and noise in built up areas. It is also to feed kinetic energy into the system and so recharge the when the vehicle is braked or During this operation, as recuperation, the motor reverses its to become an alternator.

The capacity of the NiMH battery the vehicle to be driven up to 1.2 miles on electrical power – coasting and feed additional energy the system. When the capacity of the battery has been reached, the engine is activated to recharge the Through regeneration measures as these, the Audi Q7 hybrid about 720 kWh of energy a year – a sixth of what a four-person uses – based on an average of miles per annum.

If the Audi Q7 is coasting without the accelerator being depressed, the combustion is switched off – this is possible at up to 74mph. It is also switched off if the remains stationary for more three seconds. To continue the all the driver has to do is to remove his foot the brake and to depress the accelerator again.

Like the standard Audi Q7, the also has space for three of seats and a large luggage The battery system that energy to the electric motor is in the spare wheel recess at the of the vehicle. Compared to earlier of hybrid vehicles, the electric and the battery are extremely lightweight.

The weighs 69 kg and the hybrid module the electric motor 40 kg.

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