The most economical Audi Q7: Hybrid

Audi will launch this year’s version of the model Q7 Hybrid.
The idea is not new, people from presenting Audi Q7 Hybrid concept a few years ago, but at the end of 2008 the car will enter series production. The Germans have revealed that work on this car for some time, together with Porsche, they sell the plan a hybrid Cayenne.
Audi continued its project Q7 Hybrid although German officials have concluded that such a model would not be cost-effective in the U.S. market a very amateur-SUV, but it seems that not those with hybrid propulsion. The machine will be offered for sale but on the European market.
However it is very likely that Audi might not recover the money and invest in the development model, but probably hopes to count the image that also owns a technology that is applicable in May.
Audi Q7 Hybrid has a conventional engine, gas, in V6 configuration of 3.6 liters. Maximum power is 280 HP and 375 Nm torque record. Besides the engine, engineers have been held and one that delivers 46 electric HP and 280 Nm.

Audi Q7 Hybrid

The machine can run (independent) with electric engine or with the gas, or with both.
The problem is that only the electric motor, the car with a weight of nearly 2.5 tones can run with a maximum speed of 50 km / h…only 2 km, after which the V6 propeller automatically take over propulsion.
When both engines working at the same time, Q7 Hybrid speeds up to 100 km / h in 7.6 seconds, and acceleration from 60-120 km / h is possible in 12 seconds (the fifth stage). The average car does not impress you very much: 9.8 l/100 km.

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1 Comment

  1. Rachel Said,

    June 24, 2008 @ 9:37 am

    Will the Q7 Hybrid be released in Australia, I would love to buy one but petrol is so expensive I’ve been looking at the Hybrids

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