Honda Jazz e HEV 2020


Honda will launch the Jazz, the first model with the ‘e: HEV’ logo under the ‘e: Technology’ brand, in Europe with an advanced hybrid powertrain. e: HEV system consists of two electromotors and 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC gasoline engine, lithium-ion battery kit. All these system equipment works in harmony with each other and provide an extremely smooth driving experience.

With a total system power of 109 PS / 80 kW, the new Jazz e: HEV completes 0-100 km / h acceleration in 9.4 seconds and reaches a maximum speed of 175 km / h. The high efficiency hybrid system comes with 102 gr / km (WLTP) CO2 emission value and 4.5 lt / 100km (WLTP) consumption value. The Crosstar version has an extremely environmental and economic structure with its 110 gr / km (WLTP) and 4.8 lt / 100km (WLTP) value.

e: The HEV hybrid system has three different driving modes. In EV Drive driving mode, lithium batteries supply the electric motor with energy. In Hybrid Drive driving mode, the gasoline engine feeds the electric generator and the electric generator feeds the electric motor. In Engine Drive driving mode, the gasoline engine transfers its power directly to the wheels. In Hybrid Drive driving mode, excessive power from the gasoline engine can be directed and charged with the battery generator engine. EV Drive also charges the battery by converting the physical energy generated during the deceleration into electrical energy. High-speed electric motors have been developed by Honda to be as light, compact, efficient and power intensive as possible. Impressive acceleration performance was also offered at low speeds with an electromotor that converts 13,300 rpm to produce a high torque of up to 253 Nm.

Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Tracking System is offered as standard for the first time in Jazz. Intelligent Speed ​​Limiting System detects speed limit plates and automatically adapts the speed of the vehicle. The new Honda Jazz has 10 airbags, including a new front mid-airbag to protect passengers in the event of an accident.

Engine: 1.5-liter 2 Electric
Weight: -
Power: 109 PS / 80 kW
0-100 kph: 9.4 s
Torque: 400 Nm / 295 lb-ft
Top Speed: 253 km


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