A new report from automotive news website Car Racing World (CARW) has suggested there are other kinds of hdm (hybrid drivetrain) available.
It’s a suggestion made in an article by CARW co-founder Ramon Rautins who claims that the industry is currently in the midst of a technological transition to more advanced hdm technologies.
According to Rautens article, the current hdm is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine and has a range of approximately 400 kilometres, while the new hdm, currently in development, will be powered by an all-new engine with a capacity of 800 kilometres.
The new hdms engine, he claims, will offer a much better driving experience and provide an increased range to the existing hdm systems.
The article goes on to say that while it may not be practical to use the new technology in the car racing world, it is possible that it will be used in the auto industry.
In fact, it’s possible that, with the development of the all-wheel drive system and the increased range of the new engine, the industry could be poised for a rapid growth in the use of hybrid drivetrains in the future.