The e:HEV powertrain technology has been extensively tested on the hybrid Honda Civic model in Europe. With the addition of a two-micromotor system and a 72-cell lithium-ion battery, this model may remain

unchanged in the United States. The hybrid Civic is equipped with both an electric and a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. cylinder engine that generates

181 horsepower and 232 lb-ft of torque. Electrochemical generators They are the primary power source of the Civic due to their ability to deliver strong acceleration and swift propulsion. Moreover, this highly

efficient hybrid system enables the driver to transition effortlessly between operating an internal combustion engine vehicle, a hybrid vehicle, and an electric vehicle. Individual, Normal, Sport, and Eco are the four driving

modes offered by Honda. This latter enables the The engine, transmission, and instrument gauge display will each have their own sets of controls. For additional

To reduce mechanical friction, Honda employs a fixed-gear transmission. An advanced power regulation system in the Civic adjusts the vehicle to the traveling environment