Tuesday, 23 July 2019

See The Recent 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid And Its Solar Roof

The newly developed system is making its debut and charging the battery to offer an additional travel distance of 808 miles (1,300 kilometers) each year, provided it is charged for six hours a day.
It is not the only feature that separates the hybrid from the conventional Sonata, since it also has what the car
manufacturer calls active exchange control. ASC is making its debut at a Hyundai and its job is to "apply new control logic software" to the hybrid control unit. The latter is assigned the task of aligning the engine and transmission rotation speeds, which translates into a 30% reduction in gear change times. Consequently, this improves performance, but also increases fuel economy and increases durability, since frictions during a gear change are reduced compared to a conventional configuration.

The internal combustion engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol unit of the "Smartstream" family that produces 150 horsepower (112 kW) and 188 Newton-meters (139 foot-pounds) of torque. As for the electric motor, it is good for 51 hp (38 kW) and 250 Nm (151 lb-ft). The combination of ICE with the electric motor results in a total 192 hp output channeled to the wheels through a six-speed hybrid automatic transmission.

According to Hyundai, the economical Sonata Hybrid has a combined fuel economy of 20.1 kilometers per liter, equivalent to 4.97 liters / 100 km or the equivalent of 47.3 miles per gallon when the car runs on 16-inch wheels inches Opt for the larger set of 17 inches and the fuel economy drops slightly to 19.1 km / l (5.23 liters / 100 km or 45 mpg).

More Sonata derivatives are in process as a spicy N Line model has already been announced and will have more than 275 horsepower. In addition, Hyundai has promised some "dramatically different variants" for the eighth generation sedan, so the new Sonata has an interesting future ahead.


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