هيونداي تقدم بلو ويل الكهربائية ..Hyundai Blue Wale


تستعد شركة هيونداي ا لاطلاق السيارة الاختبارية"بلو ويل" الكهربائية الهجين ، بمحرك يعمل بالطاقة الكهربية والوقود التقليدي، علاوة على السقف البانورامي الرائع الذييحوي خلايا لتجميع الطاقة الشمسية لتوفير المزيد من الطاقة للبطارية، وتمتلك "بلو ويل" محركا سعة 1.6 لتر بالإضافة إلى محرك كهربائي بقدرة 100كيلووات ، مع جهاز متغير ينقل الطاقة الحركية باستمرار للعجلات، وإلى جانب خزان الوقود التقليدي ، توجد مجموعات من بطاريات الليثيوم أيون مثبتة أسفل المقاعد الخلفية. ويمكن شحنها من أي وصلة كهربائية Hyundai Blue Wale car
Hyundai’s BLUE-WILL concept is scheduled to be displayed at the 2009 Seoul Motor Show this year, started on the 2nd of April 2009. Looks like Hyundai decided to create some kinda 4-door CRX of sorts.

Under the hood is a hybrid powertrain much like the Kia Forte LPI Hybrid, but much more beefed up, since its a concept. The electric motor alone puts out 100kW, or 134 horsepower, and this is addition to a 1.6 liter engine that has gasoline direct injection, which should be good for another 120 horses or so.

Like the Forte LPI Hybrid, power for the electric motor is stored in a Lithium Ion Polymer battery pack neatly bundled with the fuel tank under the rear seat in order to maximise luggage space. The upcoming Elantra LPI Hybrid will also feature a Li-Po battery.

Hyundai has also incorporated dye-sensitized solar cells in the panoramic glass roof to generate power for the batteries.

More details at the Seoul 2009 show, look after the jump for two more photos of the BLUE-WILL (Blue Whale?!).

Hyundai is preparing a launch of the test car, "Blue Whale" electric hybrid-powered electric motor and conventional fuel, as well as the magnificent panorama roof Alveihoi cells to collect solar energy to provide more energy to the battery, and has a "Blue Wheel," an engine capacity of 1.6 liter as well as the electric motor capacity of 100 kilowatts, with a variable kinetic energy is transferred continuously to the wheels, in addition to the conventional fuel tank, there are groups of lithium-ion batteries installed under the rear seats. And can be shipped from any electric connection

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