Powerful hybrid BYD Han DM shown at Macau auto showJune 22, 2020
At the Macau auto show, a hybrid version of BYD Han with the DM prefix was demonstrated.
The novelty became the first model to have a 3rd generation BYD hybrid system, which was announced back the year before last: it makes it possible to produce cars with different types of drives and vary the number of electric motors from one to three.
The front wheels are driven by a 2.0-liter petrol turbo four (192 hp), with which a preselective robotic transmission functions. And behind with independent suspension, a 224-horsepower electric motor is installed. The total performance of the hybrid powertrain is 436 hp. and 650 Nm of torque. The new model is able to accelerate to the first “hundred” in 4.7 seconds.
A lithium-ion battery of 15.2 kW / h is located under the passenger compartment floor, only on electric traction the model can travel 81 km (via the NEDC cycle), and you can recharge energy from a power outlet or a “quick” terminal.
The hybrid differs from the electric sedan in a different front design: Han DM has original diode headlights, a bumper, wings and even a hood. The new model is also equipped with 19-inch wheels and a slightly modified rear bumper.
The interior of the EV and DM variations is identical. It is worth noting the presence of a rotary display of the multimedia system, Nappa leather seats, electric front seats, 3-zone air conditioning, virtual instruments (12.3 inches) and a panoramic roof.
In China, BYD Han DM sales will start in July this year at a cost of $ 32,500
In addition, recently, DS introduced a hybrid crossover 7 Crossback E-TENSE 225. The fuel consumption of the new model ranges from 1.4 to 1.6 liters. per 100 km of track.
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