Peugeot Hx1 Debuts At The Iaa 2011

Article: Peugeot Hx1 Debuts At The Iaa 2011

Interesting Peugeot Hybrid Car

The large hybrid Peugeot Fahrzueg celebrates at the IAA in Frankfurt World Premiere. The Peugeot HX1 helps the current technology HYbrid4 four-wheel drive and all-electric mode at an extremely low Consumption.

With the Peugeot HX1 celebrates a concept car in Frankfurt world premiere, which is based on a demanding specifications: We wished to have an extraordinary vehicle that can accommodate up to six passengers. Powerful, athletic, in line with current design codes of the brand with sophisticated aerodynamics and gives the concept car a unique feeling of spaciousness and driving pleasure. To meet this demand, developers have devoted primarily to adapt. From this has sprung the Peugeot hybrid concept HX1 a real change artist who fulfills his environment, the operating conditions and the expectations of its occupants.

Peugeot hybrid van shaped very streamlined

The 4.93 m long Peugeot HX1 is based on a surprisingly low-Van architecture that achieved due to numerous mobile, speed-controlled parts of the outstanding aerodynamic drag coefficient of 0.28. The portal accessible via four doors, the interior of the Peugeot hybrid car combines natural materials with cutting edge technology. The high quality interior design and the unusual design give the inmates an extraordinary sense of space. In terms of modularity treading Peugeot Van 4 +2 configuration, with its territory. Another peculiarity represents the cockpit that adapts to driving situations.

Peugeot HX1 consumes only 3.2 liters of diesel

The Peugeot hybridDrive system provides with aggregate capacity of 299 HP for pulling tight. The torquey 2.2-liter HDi diesel engine and the electric drive of the rear axle provide the functionality of modern technology with HYbrid4 wheel drive and all-electric mode. The range was expanded using the plug-in function to 30 km. HX1 the diesel hybrid is due to an extremely low consumption of 3.2 l/100 km with CO2 emission of 83 g / km.


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