The powerplant can be controlled via the switch of modes of motion.
In the lineup Audi Q5 has a new, electrified version — 55 e Q5 TFSI quattro. A plug-in hybrid can on electric drive up to 40 miles and on average, consumes of 2.1-2.4 litres of fuel per 100 kilometers.
Powerplant Audi Q5 TFSI quattro 55 e consists of “turboservice” 2.0 TFSI (252 HP and 370 Nm of torque) and built-in seven-step “robot” S tronic 105-kilowatt electric motor (350 Nm torque). Total return — 367 power and 550 Nm of torque available from 1250 rpm. From zero to “hundreds” 55 e Q5 TFSI quattro accelerates in 5.3 seconds and its top speed is 239 km / h. The electric crossover can accelerate to 135 kilometers per hour.
Li-ion battery, consisting of 104 prismatic cells, installed in underground trunk. Its capacity of 14.1 kilowatt-hour. For optimum temperature control of the cooling circuit battery are connected to the chiller unit and the low-temperature circuit of the electric motor and power electronics. Excess heat from the high-voltage components is used to heat the passenger compartment.
In Hybrid mode the system is configured for maximum reduction in fuel consumption and with the active route guidance will try to drive the last kilometers through the city on electric. In addition, in this mode, the electric motor is responsible for the deceleration to -0.1 g and recovers up to 80 kilowatts of electricity. Also available EV modes, in which the crossover moves solely on electric and Battery Hold, support battery power at the current level.
Buyers 55 e Q5 TFSI quattro will charge the crossover from a household socket (six hours) or 400-volt terminal (2.5 hours). In addition, they will have access to the service Audi e-tron Charging Service that combines 100 000 stations across Europe. To operate the machine, and to obtain information on the status of onboard systems remotely, via the app myAudi.
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