American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) unveiled a gas-electric variant of its sedan Kizashi concept at New York International Auto Show (NYIAS). With the nickname EcoCharge Suzuki Concept Kizashi, this innovative, eye-catching four-door Suzuki shows, however, the whole story of economic mobility, and highlights the company's efforts in the social consciousness of the car.
Powertrain Electrification Kizashi
Suzuki Kizashi Concept EcoCharge has the power of a gasoline engine 2.0-liter inline-four, working in tandem with a peak electric propulsion system, consisting of a liquid-cooled engine 15 kW / generator connected to a unit air-cooled 115-volt lithium-ion batteries. The combination improves fuel economy and provides an energy boost during acceleration of a sporty driving experience. Suzuki Kizashi Concept EcoCharge offers up to 25 percent for highway fuel economy on Kizashi today.
To help maximize efficiency, Suzuki Concept Kizashi EcoCharge also uses a lot of fuel conservation technologies, including braking, the engine automatically turns off when the car stops, events fuel cutoff during deceleration and low-resistance tires rolling.
Power management is provided through an advanced six-speed automatic transmission designed for smooth and continuous flow of energy when called by the driver.
Exterior design simple, but striking
From the outside, the Suzuki Kizashi Concept EcoCharge has highlighted the unique design luminous paint thinner blue satin white undercoat. Continue to set the concept in addition to his brother production Kizashi, has specialized in the treatment of LED headlights and fog lights integrated in the front. Lightweight aluminum rims for communicating with a futuristic atmosphere, and is wrapped with low rolling resistance tires. "
Inside, the Suzuki Kizashi concept uses EcoCharge materials safely. These materials require 84 percent less energy to produce and create 80 percent less emissions from the production of virgin materials.