Land Rover is set to launch a diesel-hybrid Range Rover Evoque, in its next-generation line-up, due next year.
Six different Evoque development cars spotted testing were recorded using a 2.0-liter diesel-hybrid engine, according to an online database.
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The planes of correspondence with Jaguar Land Rover’s announcement last year that he wanted to electrify all of its models by 2020.
We know that the Evoque is set to launch with the 1.5-liter plug-in hybrid, but previous research projects by Jaguar Land Rover suggest the 2.0-liter diesel powertrain is likely to use a 48V mild-hybrid set-up.
We expect eco JLR prototype called Concept_e MHEV. This mild hybrid based on a Range Rover Evoque donor vehicle and have a prototype 89bhp diesel engine with a 48V electrical system.
It is equipped with a 15kW crank-engine is integrated with a detachment clutch within a hybrid module mounted between the engine and a nine-speed transmission. The motor-generator is powered by an advanced electrical system with a 48V and a 48V lithium-ion battery.
The brand, the decision to use the diesel power in its hybrid Evoque contrasts, in a move that he did with the larger Range Rover hybrid, which traded from diesel-electric to gas-electric in its latest update.
In addition, it contrasts the road taken by the rivals, like the Volvo, that will produce a hybrid version of its Evoque rival, the XC40, with petrol power.
Diesel has come under pressure in recent months, with the BRITISH Government announces it raised the taxes for the diesel models, in an attempt to reduce the number of them on the road. But diesel cars, especially those assisted with electrical power, are still considered to be among the most effective for the long-distance driver.
The hybrid lightweight Evoque will likely offer the best economy figures and lower CO2 emissions in its range. Pay his electrified diesel powertrain of relationship models in the Discovery Sport and the Jaguar E-Pace ranges.
Jaguar Land Rover wide adoption of electrical energy that is supplied as part of a heavy push towards electrification. JLR CEO Ralf Speth confirmed last year that its electrified model range “to embrace all-electric, plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid vehicles”.
The brand will launch its first electric model, the Pace, the market in this month of July. It will also produce an all-electric XJ, and the electric Road Rover in 2019.
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