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Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Environmental Impact - Noise
... See also Electric vehicle warning sounds Reduced noise emissions resulting from substantial use of the electric motor at idling and low speeds, leading to roadway noise ... to establish a minimum level of sound for plug-in electric and hybrid electric vehicles when operating in electric mode, so that blind people and other pedestrians and cyclists can ... Tests have shown that vehicles operating in electric mode can be particularly hard to hear below 20 mph (32 km/h) ...
Ford C-Max - Second Generation (2010–present) - Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid - C-Max Energi
... The C-Max Energi was designed with total 188 hp (140 kW) in hybrid mode delivered by a 2.0 liter Atkinson cycle four-cylinder gasoline engine plus an electric motor powered by a 7.6 kWh ... The electric drivetrain can produce a peak power of 68 kW, limited by the size of the electric motor and the power delivery capability of the battery pack, and delivers a total system power of 195 hp (150 ... The C-Max Energi is capable of reaching a top electric-only speed of 85 mph (137 km/h), exceeding the Prius Plug-in Hybrid by more than 20 mph (32 km/h) ...

Famous quotes containing the words mode and/or electric:

    In most cases a favorite writer is more with us in his book than he ever could have been in the flesh; since, being a writer, he is one who has studied and perfected this particular mode of personal incarnation, very likely to the detriment of any other. I should like as a matter of curiosity to see and hear for a moment the men whose works I admire; but I should hardly expect to find further intercourse particularly profitable.
    Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)

    Persons grouped around a fire or candle for warmth or light are less able to pursue independent thoughts, or even tasks, than people supplied with electric light. In the same way, the social and educational patterns latent in automation are those of self- employment and artistic autonomy.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)