VW New Compact Coupé
The VW New Compact Coupe (short VW NCC) is a near-series concept car of German automaker Volkswagen, which was presented at the NAIAS in Detroit in January 2010. This two-door coupe features a hybrid drive, and is to be positioned as a production model between the VW Scirocco and the Passat CC.
Was designed, the 4.54 meter long, on the golf -based New Compact Coupe by VW design boss Klaus Bischoff. The front view with LED Tagfahrscheinwerfern oriented towards the VW Polo V, while leaving the other body parts attached to a specific VW series. The interior features a flat-bottomed steering wheel, front sport seats, a continuous center console to the rear and two single seats in the rear can accommodate four people. The boot capacity is 380 liters.
The model is powered by a full hybrid engine in conjunction with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. This hybrid drive consists of a 1.4-liter TSI petrol engine with 110 kW ( 150 hp), 220 Nm of torque and an electric motor with 20 kW (27 hp). Both work together in so-called boosting, ie for example when accelerating to overtake. Thus, a top speed of 227 km / h is reached, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h takes 8.6 seconds. Energy storage is a lithium -ion battery with 1.1 kWh used in the rear of the vehicle. During the pure electric driving, the engine is switched off and disconnected via a separation clutch to avoid idling torque losses. The latter also happens when the driver releases the gas and "roll" the car leaves. In addition, the New Compact Coupe has a regenerative braking and a start -stop system. Those measures designed to reduce fuel consumption lead to an average consumption of 4.2 liters per 100 kilometers and CO2 emissions of 98 grams per kilometer.
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