SEAT MADE A HYBRID VARIANT OF LEON
A fresh Seat prototype was shown in Spain. The theory was made in the public governmental movement, which aim would be to create and introduce more "Green" vehicles to the Spanish market.
The brand new Seat version is outfitted with a 1.4 liter petrol turbo engine and an electrical motor with 170 hp of complete power. The average fuel consumption is quite striking. According to computations done by Spanish engineers, the vehicle can consume just 1.6 liters of gas per 100 kilometres of road. Other neat thing is the amount of CO2 emission. Leon Verde emits just 36 grams of dangerous materials per 1 kilometer of highway. Along with a hybrid vehicle Leon Seat engineers have prepared a particular software for smartphone users. This app lets the driver understand the charging procedure from a space and the info regarding battery.
The intent of the system is to monitor the course and driving style and accumulate the information that is later used for optimizing the function of hybrid plant. Such optimisation contains mitigation of fuel consumption once the vehicle is moving on a customary route.
As for the economical details of the vehicle, Seat are making priorities for compressed natural gas as an alternate to normal automobile fuel. was offered at this year's Geneva Auto Show which was having just 2.9 kg of compressed gas per 100 kilometers of highway. Such vehicle had 68 hp of strength and managed to take as much as 11 kg of fuel. The vehicle was also equipped with a 10 liter tank for petrol, in case the gasoline wasn't enough. That's how Mii Ecofuel was able to cross 220 kilometers distances with no attempt.
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