Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-08-27 Origin: Site
The Civic Hybrid is a hybrid model with cutting-edge technological elements produced by Honda Motor. The Honda Civic hybrid battery uses a cylindrical nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery with a voltage up to 158V, ensuring an output power of 16kW, thereby driving an engine with a power of 15kW. The Civic hybrid car fixes the electric motor with the crankshaft and is installed between the gasoline engine and the CVT continuously variable transmission. In December 2001, Honda added hybrid technology to its main model Civic and launched a new Civic hybrid vehicle, which was sold in Japan and the United States successively. The following will introduce you to the relevant knowledge of the Civic hybrid battery.
Here is the content list:
l A brief introduction to the Civic Hybrid.
l What are the changes to the Civic hybrid battery?
l What is the market prospect of the Civic hybrid car?
Hybrid vehicles generally refer to vehicles driven by electric motors as engine auxiliary power. Honda Civic hybrid vehicles use Honda’s second-generation hybrid battery, 1.3-displacement 3-level i-VTEC main power engine based on intelligently controlled VTEC ( Variable valve timing and lift electronic control system), control the valve through the three stages of low speed, high speed, and cylinder stop. The auxiliary power motor is equipped with a compact and high-efficiency HondaIMA (Integrated Motor Assist System). The maximum output power of the engine is 71.5kW, the maximum output torque is 170N.m, and the liter power is 55kW. With the 15kW power of the electric motor, the entire power system can reach the power output and torque output of a 1.8L gasoline engine.
The first-generation Civic hybrid vehicle developed based on the gasoline version of the vehicle does not perform very well in Honda's hybrid products. The annual global sales volume is about 20,000 vehicles, which is a certain gap with Honda Insight. Therefore, the second-generation Civic hybrid battery will achieve multiple upgrades in technology.
In addition to the more efficient and compact IMA hybrid system, the second-generation Civic hybrid battery will also use high-power, compact lithium-ion batteries for the first time. The first-generation Civic hybrid battery uses Ni-MH hydride batteries, while the second-generation hybrid battery uses lithium-ion batteries in terms of battery stability and capacity. At the same time, by upgrading the IMA hybrid system, its fuel economy will be 15% higher than that of the first-generation Civic hybrid vehicle. At the same time, the new car will still use the 1.3L I-VTEC gasoline engine, but the performance will continue to improve.
The Civic is different in structure from the Prius that was listed in the previous two years. The Civic is parallel, which is a mild hybrid; the Prius is a hybrid, that is, a heavy hybrid. IMA is relatively simpler and less functional. For example, it cannot be driven by a motor alone when starting. In terms of driving operation, there is no difference between the Civic hybrid battery and the non-hybrid battery. The Civic Hybrid has a sales history of nearly 10 years in North America and Japan, which also benefits from the powerful functions of the Civic hybrid battery. It is believed that with the launch of Civic hybrid electric vehicles, hybrid technology will be closer to the common people. The implementation of the fuel tax, it will also be more conducive to the development of new energy sources such as hybrid power.
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