Top 5 most fuel-efficient cars by fuel consumption or electric energy

Administrator posted this 02 August 2021

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Not so long ago, Toyota presented a new Yaris Hybrid at the International Automobile Exhibition in Geneva. The exterior of the car is executed in its corporate style. It is distinguished by clear body lines. The car has an improved front bumper with large air intakes, a modified radiator grille, improved head optics, and a new design of fog lights. The fuel consumption and the price of this car are quite modest. Fuel consumption is 2.9 liters. The basis of the hybrid installation for the Toyota Yaris Hybrid hatchback was a lightweight version of the units. It is used on the Toyota Auris HSD. The 1.5-liter gasoline engine (75 hp) operates according to the Atkinson cycle, with an electric motor the total power is 100 hp. The batteries and the gas tank are compactly placed under the seats of the second row. 

Ford Mondeo Hybrid

The car is a sedan of class " D " with front-wheel drive. The world debut of the restyled version of the fifth generation with a hybrid power plant took place at the beginning of 2019 at the Brussels Motor Show. The hybrid Ford Mondeo has a slightly modified bumper, a redrawn radiator grille, and a new design of wheels, which gives the overall image of the car freshness and a certain solidity. Fuel consumption per 100 km is 4.1 liters. The installation consists of a 2-liter atmospheric tank, an electric motor, and an electromechanical variator. The total power, respectively, is also the same - 190 hp and 173 Nm.

Opel Corsa

This is a front-wheel-drive hatchback of the "B" class. The debut of the electric version of the sixth generation of the Corsa model took place in May 2019. The sixth generation of the Corsa is built on the modular platform of CMP and PSA concerns. The Corsa-e power plant looks like it has one electric motor with a capacity of 136 hp 260 Nm driving the front wheels and a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 50 kWh located under the floor of the car. The declared power reserve, according to the more or less honest, European WLTP cycle, is 330 km. It will be possible to charge the battery up to 80% of the 100 kW charger in 30 minutes. The electric hatchback spends 8.1 seconds to accelerate to a hundred, and the maximum speed should not exceed 150 km / h. 

Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid

Ford Focus engines are based on the most modern technologies. They not only provide power and productivity but also reduce operating costs. They also reduce the level of harmful emissions. A 1.5-liter EcoBoost gasoline engine with a capacity of 150 hp has been added to the engine line. In addition, the 1.6 engine is still presented in two power options of 105 and 125 hp, while gasoline can be used as fuel. The EcoBoost turbocharged gasoline engine allows you to reduce acceleration time, fuel consumption, and the number of harmful emissions. A 150 hp variant with a 6-speed automatic transmission is available. 

BMW 520d

The sixth-generation BMW 5 combines the qualities of a sports car with even greater comfort in motion. The design of the car is elegant and discreet. BMW always adheres to its exterior framework and tries to create cars more attractive. All versions of the new BMW 5 Series sedan can be equipped with a new eight-speed automatic transmission as an option. And for the BMW 550i, this highly efficient transmission is the basic equipment, as well as the new EPS electric power steering, which is installed on all models. A sedan with a diesel engine consumes 4.1 liters of fuel per 100 km. And the same model in the performance of the station wagon has 4.3 liters of fuel consumption.