The e-Hybrid hides the turbo lag
The whole thing runs quite smoothly: If you stroke the gas pedal more than just gently, the petrol engine starts up without an ugly starter whine. When starting off more quickly, you notice that the electric starting aid conceals the turbo lag. The e-hybrid pulls off powerfully, works fine with the seven-speed dual clutch automatic. This almost always ensures pleasantly low speeds; and that also saves fuel outside congested inner cities.
Length Width Height
Exhaust gas CO2
Four-cylinder, turbo, front transverse
96 kW (130 hp) at 5500 rpm
Front-wheel drive, 7-speed dual clutch