The largest automaker in Germany at the International Auto Show in Detroit presented sedan 2018-2019 Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid model year. It should be noted that the model is quite a production car, which is positioned representatives of 2018-2019 Volkswagen, as one of the most cost-effective and, at the same time, the fastest hybrid car in the world. The main competitor to th
On the submitted photos 2018-2019 Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid is clearly visible updated appearance. The main changes were a new grille and modified front bumper, rear diffuser and spoiler on the trunk lid. With renewed in appearance VW Jetta successfully blend new 15-inch alloy wheels with tires having reduced rolling resistance. The interior is different from gasoline 2018-2019 Volkswagen Jetta more modest – a new original instrument panel with additional screens. As additional options available navigation and audio system.
The hybrid sedan is equipped with a well-known from other models of the 2018-2019 Volkswagen Group turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline engine working volume of 1.4 liters, weighing only 97 kg. This unit produces 150 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque over a wide rev range – from 1400 to 3500 rev / min. Interestingly, for the US market this engine is offered for the first time by the Germans. In combination with the internal combustion engine under the hood Jetta Hybrid will operate 20-kilowatt or 27-horsepower electric motor.
Representatives of the 2018-2019 Volkswagen guarantee that this powerplant is paired with a seven-speed robotized transmission with two clutches, makes the 2018-2019 Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid truly “hot” sedan. Power electric motor provides a set of lithium-ion batteries located behind the rear seats. It is worth noting that the total battery weight of only 30 kg, and capacity – 1.1 kW / h.
This arrangement allows the hybrid Jetta in to overcome the purely electric driving mode almost two kilometers at a maximum speed of up to 71 kilometers per hour. At the same time the energy consumption is equivalent to 5.3 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers. In the hybrid driving mode, including through regenerative braking technology, sedan burns about a liter more fuel – 6.3 liters per hundred kilometers.