In a high-voltage hybrid, both the electric motor and the combustion engine can lead drive power into the powertrain, either together or separately. That way, combustion-powered, hybrid and purely electric propulsion are all possible. Especially in conjunction with a regenerative brake system, fuel consumption and local CO2 emissions can be significantly reduced. The full torque of the electric motor is available immediately, which guarantees driving enjoyment from the first second.
and fuel savings with high-voltage hybrid systems
due to precise management of the drive and brake system
coordinated interaction between combustion engine and electric motor through modern control technology