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Old 05-08-2015, 04:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2.0 l / 100km (117mpg) production car by Peugeot!

I will just leave this here.

Apparently I can't post links yet so sorry about the way I had to cut it. Maybe the next poster can provide a working link.

http://paultan.org/2014/09/15/peugeo...es-per-100-km/

http://paultan.org/2015/05/05/peugeo...2l-per-100-km/

For the record the official combined EU consumption is 3.0l/100km (78mpg) but that's still pretty damn impressive.


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any idea on speed they were doing? but yea that does sound impressive
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Average speed was 56.6 km/h on a test circuit (2152km 38 hours).

2 L/100km of fuel have the same energy as 2*1.11= 2.22 L/100km of gasoline

At this speed my Prius use 65 Wh/km on ordinary roads.
65 Wh/km is the same as 65*100/(9000*0.33)=2.17 L/100km of gasoline.

So on road my Prius 2 consume less energy then this 208 hdi on a test circuit.

So not really impressive
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Notice how they chose a manual transmission for this test, despite the fact that modern automatics get better official ratings.
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I fixed the links in the OP. I thought I messed up the original link, so I included the two links I found from paultan.org
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Average speed was 56.6 km/h on a test circuit (2152km 38 hours).
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So on road my Prius 2 consume less energy then this 208 hdi on a test circuit.

So not really impressive
Technically not that impressive, but it's a production car so that's progress. It also looks like "a normal car" and not something out of ecomodder.com
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..........not something out of ecomodder.com
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Seems like they're not including the DEF consumption in the bill


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Average speed was 56.6 km/h on a test circuit (2152km 38 hours).

2 L/100km of fuel have the same energy as 2*1.11= 2.22 L/100km of gasoline

At this speed my Prius use 65 Wh/km on ordinary roads.
65 Wh/km is the same as 65*100/(9000*0.33)=2.17 L/100km of gasoline.

So on road my Prius 2 consume less energy then this 208 hdi on a test circuit.

So not really impressive
The Prius is highly aerodynamically-enhanced, IIRC it's the production car with the lowest drag. Also, due to the absence of a transmission, there are way less friction losses.
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Technically not that impressive, but it's a production car so that's progress. It also looks like "a normal car" and not something out of ecomodder.com
Well, Peugeot say at the same time that is a production car and also that it is a special model.

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La PEUGEOT 208 à l'essai est une version « Très Basse Consommation » disponible dans le réseau commercial
It have an aero mod (on the rear of the car, don't know if it is because they read ecomodder forum ) and tires inflated up to 3.5 bars !! Don't know the outside temperature, if the 38 hours where only during day. The engine has start & stop....
Without this mod the 208 Cx is 0.29 (I don't have the sCx). The car mass is betwenn 1050 - 1090 kg (My car is close to 1400 kg have a Cx near 0.22 and my tire are inflated at 2.8 bars). 22% lighter then my prius.

They drive at a constant speed of 60 km/h. At such a speed the most important is weight and tire. Aero is less then 45% of the total power.

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Anyway, I'd still rather drive a small Diesel than a Prius. And in the long run its overall footprint is still smaller.

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