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Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine AWD - Plug-In Hybrid Electric Car
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onnection V / A Power Time Speed
Fast charge 10 -> 80%
Battery and Charging
Charging an outlet takes about four hours. Fast charging is not possible.
The actual energy consumption will depend among other things on weather conditions, terrain, use of climate control and behavior. When driving in electric mode is emitted no CO2 by car.
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When the battery is empty, the fuel consumption is about 7.4 liters per 100 km. When starting with a fully charged battery and is driven moderation, the consumption is 0.0 l / 100km on a journey of 25 kilometers, 2.6 liters / 100km with a drive of 50 km and 5.0 l / 100km on a journey of 100 kilometers.
The total average fuel consumption of the Volvo XC-90 T8 Twin Engine also strongly depends on driving habits, average trip distance and whether it is loaded after every ride. The manufacturer according to NEDC standard of 2.1 liters / 100km and a cruising range of 875 kilometers are not relevant in practice.
When using the petrol engine is an emission of approximately 174 grams of CO2 per kilometer feasible. However, if loaded before each ride, and the average trip distance is relatively short, the use of the electric motor will greatly reduce average emissions.
Thus, the emissions 0g / km in a journey of 25 kilometers, 61 g / km in a journey of 50 km and 117 g / km in a journey of 100 kilometers. It concerns only the CO2 emitted by the vehicle. In the production of electricity is almost always namely CO2. Also in the production and transport of fossil fuels, CO2 is released. The manufacturer according to NEDC standard of 49 g / km is only for comparison and has no significance for practice.