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– The New Hyundai Tucson is the company’s first model with a diesel mild hybrid powertrain system supported by a 48 V electric motor.
– Pioneering technology ensures maximum driving pleasure while supporting efficient driving.
– The compact SUV will be launched across Europe in summer.
– Mild hybrid powertrain technology contributes to the brand’s global efforts to improve fuel efficiency.
– Fuel efficiency will be enhanced by up to 7 per cent.
– Technology will be available with new Smart Stream 1.6-litre diesel engines in the future
The 2.0 diesel engine is the most powerful in the New Tucson’s powertrain line-up offering an output of 137 kW/186 PS. It comes with four-wheel drive and can be paired with a 6-speed manual transmission or optionally with the newly developed 8-speed automatic transmission.
By spring 2019, the 48 V mild hybrid technology will be available with new Smart Stream 1.6-litre diesel engine in the New Tucson.
The New Hyundai Tucson, which enters production this month, will be equipped with a fuel-efficient 48 V mild hybrid powertrain. It is the first model in the company’s line-up – and one of the first in the entire industry – to offer the new technology that contributes to the brand’s commitment to a cleaner future. Production of the new compact SUV starts in June 2018, to be launched in the European market in summer. The New Tucson is designed and built in Europe to meet the highest quality standards. In addition to the upgraded powertrain portfolio, all Tucson engines meet the new Euro 6d Temp emission standards.
For the first time in a Hyundai, the New Tucson features a 48 V mild hybrid powertrain system which is available in combination with the 2.0 litre diesel engine. The technology designed for electrification comprises a 0.44 kW/h 48-volt lithium-ion battery, a Mild Hybrid Starter Generator (MHSG), a LDC converter (Low Voltage DC/DC) and an inverter. Under acceleration the MHSG supports the engine with up to 12 kW and thereby reducing fuel consumption. The system switches automatically between mechanical use of the engine and energy recuperation. The MHSG assists the combustion engine by discharging the battery to reduce engine load with light acceleration or to provide additional torque to the engine under strong acceleration. During in-gear deceleration and braking, energy is recuperated to recharge the battery. In this way, the system significantly improves the engine’s fuel economy and CO2 emissions without sacrificing maximum driving pleasure.
Thanks to the new electrification system, customers will benefit from a good trade-off between purchase cost and reduced costs related to fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.