How does a self-charging vehicle work?
Full hybrids are sometimes referred to as 'Self Charging' vehicles because of the way the batteries are powered. Full hybrids have an electric motor and a combustion engine which work together to power the vehicle, either together or independently. The batteries that power the motor are constantly being charged by the combustion engine and regenerative breaking and can hold small amounts of charge. This can be used not only to support the combustion engine but to power the car solely on electric energy.Find out more
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What is the Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid self-charging car?
The Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid is a self-charging hatchback car that starts at around £23,840 on the road. The IONIQ Hybrid by Hyundai features an engine size of 1.6 litres, has CO2 emmissions of 102 g/km, 5 seats and 5 doors.
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