Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE Concept, 2015 Geneva
Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE Overview
Volkswagen uses the Geneva Motor Show to present the Sport Coupe GTE, a concept plug-in hybrid, which foreshadows future aesthetic guidelines of the manufacturer.
Featuring a hood and optical plummet much strengthened, Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE seeks to increase its dynamism with a front much more expressive than the current models of the brand. Inside, the changes are important and the concept is home to a number of new technological gadgets. For example, the buttons and controls for adjusting the heating when the air is replaced with larger touch screen distributed between the front and rear of the traditional vehicle.
Plug-in hybrid system 380 horsepower
If it is probably the main innovation of the concept, the engine that drives the hybrid rechargeable Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE emphasizes technological directions of the manufacturer.
Under the hood, the six-cylinder 3.0 l TSI developing 299 hp and 500 Nm is then associated with two electric motors distributed between the front and rear, with a power of 40 and 85 kW. Together, the three engines reaching 380 hp and allow Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE race up to 250 km / h and accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.0 seconds.
50 kilometers of electric autonomy
With its 10.7 kWh lithium battery, the Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE can run up to 50 km in electric mode while its total autonomy is announced at 1200 km. In terms of consumption, the manufacturer claims an average of 2.0 l / 100 km or 46 g CO2 / km.
If the Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE is still in the concept stage, it could announce the replacement for the Volkswagen Passat CC with marketing in 2016. To be continued.
Short break on the Volkswagen stand. The brand unveils Volkswagen Sport Coupe Concept GTE. A study foreshadowing once but twice: style to come to VW and the Passat CC.
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