Honda’s Hybrid Performance engine incorporates a 2.0-liter i-VTEC petrol engine, two electric motors, and the latest single-displacement transmission, replacing the CVT found in other Hybrid cars.
Honda also claims that the Honda CR-V Hybrid uses a direct transmission system, which produces more smooth torque. Make the system more powerful than its competitors. It delivered 184 horsepower and 232 pounds of torque.
The CR-V Hybrid’s front-wheel drive consumption is around 5.3 liters per 100 kilometers. The NEDC measures 120 grams per kilometer. The four-wheel drive in the CR-V Hybrid has a fuel consumption of 5.5. Liter per 100 kilometers and emissions of carbon dioxide at 126 grams per kilometer.
Multi-MOde Drive (i-MMD) in the Honda CR-V Hybrid, which allows seamless ride in all three modes, EV Drive, Hybrid Drive and Engine Drive for maximum driving efficiency.
Honda CR-V Hybrid will be available alongside other CR-V models with the new 7-seater model. Honda will launch the new CR-V Hybrid in Europe this month.