2019 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid Specs, Release Date

The 2019 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid will be release by General Motors to the US market before other markets. It can accommodate up to eight people and convinces with a weight of nearly 2.8 tons with a test consumption of only 10.8 liters Super on 100 kilometers.2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid side

The key to success is the 2Mode hybrid system developed with BMW and DaimlerChrysler. Two 60 kW electric motors built into the planetary gearbox support the six-liter V8 excellently. Especially in the city, the system shows its strengths. Without effort, the electric motors accelerate the Tahoe to 45 km purely electric. As a result, the consumption in cities quickly drops below the ten-liter mark. Its energy comes from the electric drive – as well as all ancillaries – from a 300-volt nickel-metal hydride battery of 2019 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid .

Only under full load, the V8 is added. The top speed is limited to 180 km / h, more than 2000 tours are rarely needed, and with low power consumption, four cylinders turn off. This also saves fuel such as the start-stop function and the effective brake energy recovery.

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So big cars do not have to burn up resources without meaningless. Small cars alone are not the solution, thrifty on the other hand. The 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid can be an alternative

2019 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid Engine Specs

Cylinder:  V8 cylinder, 2-valve, electric motors
displacement:  5967
power: kW / hp 248/337
1 / min 5100 rpm

Max. Torque. (Nm) 497
at 1 / min 4100 rpm

Power Transmission:
Transmission 4-speed automatic
Drive 4WD, shiftable
landing gear
Brakes v: ventilated discs
h: slices
Tires v: 265/65 R 18
h: 265/65 R 18

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Weights (kg)
Curb weight (movement) 2760
Acceleration / intermediate sprint
0-100 km / h (s) 8.7
Maximum speed (km / h) 180

2019 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid Fuel Consumption
Test consumption 10.8l / 100km (Super)
EU consumption K. A.
Range K. A.
Exhaust emissions
Carbon dioxide CO2 (g / km) k.A.