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2011 Land Rover Range e Review

Land Rover is going commitment to vehicles that consume less fuel and emissions to reach a new milestone in the Geneva Motor Show 2011 and the first presentation of the Land Rover Range e. This development model is equipped with advanced plug-in hybrid diesel-electric powertrain Land Rover models available in future production, the next launch scheduled for its diesel-electric hybrid in 2013.

2011 Land Rover Range e

Land Rover Range e is based on the Range Rover Sport and uses the current 245PS 3.0-liter TDV6 diesel engine, working with a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission and a 69kw electric motor. The use of a parallel hybrid system with a 14.2kW ??/ h lithium ion can be recharged from an external power source 240 V, Land Rover Range_e can be used in electric power alone for more than 20 miles with zero emissions harmful exhaust gases.


2011 Land Rover Range e

At full load, normal household power supply can be reached in about four hours. Typically, the majority of European car drivers cover less than 25 miles a day and then the EV offered by this technology supports the majority of short urban journeys, where fuel economy and emissions are of primary importance. However, long-distance power transmission and diesel hybrid gets steadily improving CO2 emissions.

2011 Land Rover Range e

Total CO2 emissions are just 89g/km, but Land Rover Range e has a maximum output of 339PS system and a top speed of 120 miles per hour, with a 85mpg fuel economy. Improving energy efficiency of the hybrid system allows 690 miles as possible on a full tank of fuel.

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2011 Land Rover Range e

2011 Land Rover Range e

Land Rover Range e is also designed with the ability of 4WD and the standard Range Rover Sport, complete with a range of high and low transmission, front differential and limited slip rear differential and a mechanical center. Depending on the request of the driver, the intelligent vehicle decides the most effective method to provide the required power, except electric, diesel or both. The Range_e also features regenerative braking to capture energy normally lost as heat through the brakes. This energy can be reassigned to drive the vehicle, further reducing fossil fuel consumption.

2011 Land Rover Range e

John Edwards, director of the Land Rover world, said. "This system is the first example of a premium plug-in hybrid that also provides full four-wheel drive functionality you expect from a Land Rover is a further development of production technology for diesel-electric hybrid , which will be launched in the next generation of SUVs and will be available to customers over the next two years. "

Land Rover co-wired

The Land Rover Range e is one of a number of projects supported by Land Rover of the board of the Technology Strategy of the British Government and five prototypes are currently involved in a test program with other members of the Land Rover CABLE - Coventry and Low Emission protesters Birmingham - consortium. Land Rover offers a plug-in hybrid will be on the market in the near future, following the debut of its first standard diesel-electric hybrid models from 2013.

2011 Land Rover Range e

Pete Richings, Chief Engineer of the hybrids, said: "We started the process Range e fleet in December 2010 and so far we have covered 12,000 miles process between the five test vehicles collect invaluable real data, which allows us to process technology forward to introduce the production vehicle .. "

Land Rover continues to recognize the need to work with all the CO2 footprint, such as reducing weight, reducing mechanical losses and increase efficiency of power transmission and our hybrid technology is part of the research and development of trip.

2011 Land Rover Range e

Jaguar Land Rover is committed to spending � 800 million on environmental technologies and has targeted a 25 per cent of the fleet average emissions of CO2 between 2008 and 2012.
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