Volkswagen has made announcement that the concept of prime Volkswagen Golf TDI Hybrid will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. Powered by diesel engine, electric motor and 7-speed DSG gearbox, Volkswagen Golf TDI Hybrid concept requires only 3.4 liters of fuel for 100 km.
concept car Volkswagen Golf TDI Hybrid is also designed to run only with the bias electric power alone.
With its Golf TDI Hybrid, Volkswagen shows the kind of potential inherent in the combination of high-tech diesel engine, electric motor and 7-speed DSG technology. Exhibited for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show, concept car consumes no more than 3.4 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers. It is full-hybrid Golf TDI Hybrid stronger can be operated either in internal-combustion mode only or in combination mode powerful motors and power-efficient TDI. This car is also designed to run on emissions-free electric power only. Power transmission to the front axle is managed by 7-speed DSG technology. In city traffic, the vehicle will automatically stop-start system even automatically switch off diesel operations.
Volkswagen engineers to be challenged to create a decent family vehicles and highly-efficient way to emit less than 90 g / km CO2 by creating the Golf TDI Hybrid concept, a car that combines sophisticated 1.2-liter 75 PS diesel engine with an electric motor and the most recent generation of seven-speed DSG gearbox. It is capable of achieving 83 mpg on the combined cycle and emits only CO2 of 89 g / km while the vehicle around the city switched to a pure emission-free electricity for the vehicle.