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Ford Fusion Hybrid - Second Generation
... Ford EUCD platform Engine 2.0L I4 Transmission CVT, Ford HF35 (hybrid and PHEV) Wheelbase 112.2 in (2,850 mm) Length 191.7 in (4,869 mm) Width 72.9 in (1,852 mm ... four-cylinder-only gasoline model, a next-generation hybrid version, and a plug-in hybrid version, the Ford Fusion Energi ... auto start-stop system will be available for the 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine non-hybrid version, at a price of US$295 ...
Ford Fusion (Americas) - Second Generation (2013–)
... Ford MMT6 manual (1.6 EcoBoost only) 6-speed Ford 6F automatic (all engines) CVT, Ford HF35 (hybrid and PHEV) Wheelbase 112.2 in (2,850 mm) Length 191 ... for the new model, including two hybrid variants ... boost over the base engine, without paying the "hybrid premium." Output is at 178 bhp (133 kW 180 PS) and 184 lb·ft (249 N·m) ...
Hyundai Sonata - Sixth Generation (2011–present) - Hybrid Version
... The 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid sales in the U.S ... The Sonata Hybrid drivetrain combines a 2.4-liter engine with six-speed automatic transmission, and a 30kW electric motor and lightweight lithium polymer batteries to produce a full gasoline-electric hybrid with 37 ... will be shared by the 2011 Kia Optima Hybrid ...
Hybrid Electric Vehicles - History - Modern Hybrids
... See also List of hybrid vehicles Automotive hybrid technology became widespread beginning in the late 1990s ... The first mass-produced hybrid vehicle was the Toyota Prius, launched in Japan in 1997, and followed by the Honda Insight, launched in 1999 in the United ... Unfortunately due to low demand for this hybrid because of its high price, only about sixty Audi Duos were produced ...
Peugeot 3008 - Hybrid Version
... in February 2012 and is the world's first mass production diesel-electric hybrid ... The crossover hybrid has four different operating modes Auto (the electronics automatically control the entire system), ZEV (all-electric), four-wheel drive mode (4WD) and ...

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