Honda HR-V Full Hybrid, perfect balance between performance and efficiency

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Honda HR-V is the new car with technology: HEV Full Hybrid which aims to achieve the ideal balance between efficiency and performance on the road. It uses two engines and aims for dynamic performance and low emissions. It will be available on the European market from the end of 2021, but it is possible to report your interest already on the official website.

This technological jewel is the result of the hybrid experience that the car manufacturer has gained on road cars and on the Formula 1 tracks. Honda also expects to electrify all its main vehicles by 2022, a choice in line with the trend of the other brands and with the objectives of environmental sustainability.

The HR-V joins the already extended e: HEV family, and joins the models CR-V e Jazz among those available only in hybrid version. It does not require any external cable for charging and combines the best of an electric motor and a traditional one, in terms of performance and consumption.

Technical details of Honda HR-V Full Hybrid

Here are the technical characteristics of the vehicle, as explained directly by the team at Honda:

The HR-V’s new e: HEV hybrid powertrain generates 96kW (131hp) and 253Nm of torque. The result is a smooth and comfortable ride, both in the city and on the streets at high cruising speeds. It is a hybrid system with low CO2 emissions of 122 g / km (WLTP) and average consumption of 5.4L / 100km (WLTP), with acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 10.6 seconds.

The advanced e: HEV technology, which has already garnered much acclaim in Europe, delivers
a unique Full Hybrid driving experience, thanks to the combination of performance, efficiency and precision in every daily context. The system includes two powerful and compact electric motors that work in symbiosis with an Atkinson 1.5 petrol DOHC i-VTEC cycle engine, a lithium-ion battery and an innovative fixed gear transmission combined with an intelligent control unit.

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