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VW Golf VIII revealed secrets. Has 48 V in the network



Emission revolution

The biggest novelty in drives is the appearance of mild hybrid versions. There are two, three-cylinder 1.0 e-TSI (81 kW / 110 HP) and four-cylinder 1.5 e-TSI (96 kW / 130 HP and 110 kW / 150 HP). Their hybrid systems use a 48 V power supply (48 V uses a starter generator coupled to a spline motor, the onboard power supply system operates with a standard 12 V voltage), only DSG gearboxes, and their biggest advantage is turning off the engine while driving and better sailing. There are also hybrid eHybrid plug-in versions. There are even two of them, both of which combine a four-cylinder 1.4 TSI engine and an electric motor powered by a 13 kWh battery, but are tuned to two output powers. The basic eHybrid has an output of 150 kW (204 hp), and the more powerful GTE will offer up to 180 kW (245 hp). The basis of the drive remains a modest 1.0 TSI gasoline engine tuned to 66 kW (90 HP). However, the new Golf VIII does not leave diesel engines, it only provides 1.6 TDI and replaces 2.0 TDI Evo (85 kW / 115 HP and 110 kW / 150 HP) in all power versions. In 2020, GTI, GTD and Golf R (245 kW / 333 HP) versions with 4Motion will also be available. The automaker also talks loudly about CNG versions (TGI).

ENGINES:

1.0 TSI (66 kW / 90 HP)

1.0 e-TSI (81 kW / 110 HP)

1.5 e-TSI (96 kW / 130 HP)

1.5 e-TSI (110 kW / 150 HP)

2.0 TDI (85 kW / 115 HP)

2.0 TDI (110 kW / 150 HP)

eHybrid (150 kW / 204 HP)

eHybrid GTE (180 kW / 245 HP)


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