The new Nissan Juke Hybrid - the highlights at a glance

Source: AUTOMOTOTV (Glomex)

The internal combustion engine in the Juke was specially developed for use in a hybrid system. It delivers 69 kW (94 hp) and develops a maximum torque of 148 Nm. It is supported by an electric motor with 36 kW (49 hp) and a torque of 205 Nm. In addition, the system consists of a 15 kW starter generator, an inverter and a water-cooled 1.2 kWh battery. All in all, the powertrain offers 25 percent more power than the current petrol engine, while reducing fuel consumption by around 40 percent in city driving and up to 20 percent in mixed traffic (figures subject to homologation). The expected fuel consumption of the Juke Hybrid is 5.0 to 5.2 liters per 100 kilometers, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 114 to 117 grams per kilometer (depending on equipment; consumption and emission values ​​are subject to homologation). At the heart of the Nissan Juke Hybrid is an advanced, low-friction, multi-mode transmission. It transmits the drive power to the wheels evenly, quickly and efficiently - regardless of whether the vehicle is purely electrically powered or powered by a petrol engine or a combination of both engines. The transmission is tuned in such a way that the vehicle is operated purely electrically in first gear and can thus accelerate up to 55 km/h


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