Audi is launching a plub-in hybrid train locomotive 1,000 horsepower produced by Alstom at the Ingolstadt plant.
Audi extends its reasonable transport logistics with an attachment plug-hybrid train with 1,000 hp produced by Alstom, which replaces the up to this point utilized as a part of the Audi plant in Ingolstadt. This permits parts and vehicles produced and reach charging stations at the processing plant in a more aware manner with nature.
The new cross breed train works with no outflows inside of the processing plant structures, and can work for up to two hours in immaculate electric mode. Its battery fittings amid timeouts to be energized with power free of CO2 emissions, or depends on a diesel motor while the train is moving.
Hybrid trains are altogether calmer and CO2 outflows are diminished considerably contrasted and customary impetus. This implies a train with a module mixture motor discharges up to 60 tons of CO2 every year. For the industrial facility in Ingolstadt, this is another stride while in transit to a production line with nonpartisan CO2 emissions.
The Audi hybrid plug-in that runs on rails