After the announcement that fossil fuels would be banned, interest in electric cars began to increase. Honda’s electric vehicle CR-V Hybrid We conducted a test drive with the model.
Honda CR-V Hybrid test drive
Without further ado, let’s leave you with our test drive. Have a good time.
The Hybrid model, which has the same exterior design as the Honda CR-V model, draws attention with its powerful and modern details. In addition to the features in the standard model, there is the phrase Hybrid on the back.
In the electric car, where comfort and comfort are prioritized, the wood detail on the front console expands its nature-friendly image in terms of design. The wide sunroof, on the other hand, creates a feeling of spaciousness for the driver and vehicle occupants.
The trunk volume of the vehicle is 497 liters. The reason why this area is less than the standard model is the batteries under the trunk.
Honda CR-V Hybrid has 3 engines. The first engine is electric and can produce 315 Nm of torque with 184 horsepower. Although the second engine is electric, it has a feature that we can call it as a generator.
This feature allows the power generated by the gasoline engine to charge the electric motor at the same time. Thus, the vehicle can charge the batteries by itself without the need for a charging station. The third engine is gasoline and has a volume of 2 liters. In addition to having 145 horsepower, it can produce 175 Nm of torque.
According to the fabrication information, the vehicle consumes 5.3 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers. The CR-V Hybrid is available in two and four wheel drive options. While normal CR-Vs can go from 0 to 100 in 10 seconds, the four-wheel drive model comes out in 9.2 seconds.
The two-wheel drive model is 160 kilograms lighter and can accelerate to 100 kilometers in 8.8 seconds.