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2016 Audi Q7 E-tron 3.0 TDI quattro: only 1.7l / 100 km average consumption

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Published at Monday, October 17th 2016, 04:08:52 AM by Leonard J. Martinez. Audi.

Hybridization of the Audi range continues its course and in this case does Audi Q7 on a somewhat special way. How? By introducing its first diesel plug-in hybrid we remember that the A3 e-tron uses a gsaolina TFSI- engine with a result that draws quite atypical consumption figures in a car of this size.

An interesting hybrid system

For mechanical combination Audi has chosen the propeller 3-liter V6 with an output of 258 hp combined with an electric motor of 94 kW (128 hp) with a battery pack 168 cells and 17.3 kWh capacity. This gives a total potnecia of 373 hp with maximum torque of 700 Nm.

Both engines are commanded by a Tiptronic automatic gearbox eight-speed plus the Quattro AWD system responsible for transferring power to the ground.

And the benefits? And autonomy?

Well according to the NEDC test cycle the Audi Q7 e-tron homologous an average consumption of 17l / 100 km equivalent to emissions of 50 g / km. Because of these figures and the size of your fuel tank achieves a range of up to 1400 km.

The maximum autonomy in 100% electric mode is 56 km ie 6 kilometers in the case of the A3 e-tron.

Operating Modes

The Audi Q7 e-tron has four operating modes one is the Battery Hold mode in which you try to conserve battery power the other is called EV which is the all-electric mode we also find the Battery Charge Mode Charging the battery (requiring more fuel consumption) and finally we have the Hybrid mode which as its name suggests is the hybrid mode in which the diesel engine and electric motor work together.

Under normal conditions usually it starts to move in electric mode and depending on how you press the accelerator or if the driver has exceeded a certain speed when in operation the diesel engine.

Efficient management

It has placed special emphasis on its efficiency in all sections therefore we can find solutions such as thermal management standard with the heat pump integrated which allowed make much better use of the residual heat of the drive components power and use it in the air conditioning of the passenger compartment.

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Interestingly the installation does not detract displacement hybrid system to boot as it continues computing the same 890 liters of conventional variants.

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