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  1. 1. Press Kit HYbrid4 Technology
  2. 2. C O N T E N T S • HYbrid4 Facts and Figures • Hybrid Technology: A New Component in PSA Peugeot Citroën’s Low-Carbon Strategy • The HYbrid4 Diesel Hybrid: Diesel and Electric Energy Combined in an Innovative Architecture for a Host of Advantages • HYbrid4 World Premiere: Leveraging Technology for an Uncompromising Driving Experience • HYbrid4 Technology: Helping to Move the Model Ranges Upmarket • The HYbrid4 in Pictures and Press Contacts • Appendices o Presentation by Guillaume Faury, Executive Vice President, Research and Development, PSA Peugeot Citroën o Technical details
  3. 3. HYbrid4 Diesel Hybrid Facts and Figures Innovative Technology for an Uncompromising Driving Experience High environmental performance with diesel and electric energy combined in an innovative architecture for a host of advantages - Performance: o A full-hybrid four-wheel drive with a 200 hp HYbrid4 diesel powertrain o 2.0-litre HDi DPF diesel engine (163 hp) in the front and an electric motor (37 hp) in the rear. - Comfort and driveability: Choice of four driving modes. - Environmental protection: Breakthrough performance in terms of mileage and emissions, for the same power. o Uses 45% less fuel than a similar-size petrol engine. o Uses 35% less fuel than a similar-size diesel engine. o Emits 99-109 g of CO2 per km, or up to 30% less than a similar-size diesel powertrain in city driving. - Distinctive features: Outstanding acoustic performance and remarkably silent in ZEV mode. Made in France: All of the Group’s HYbrid4 vehicles will be produced in France: - Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4 and Citroën DS5 HYbrid4 in Sochaux - Peugeot 508 HYbrid4 sedan and Peugeot 508 RXH in Rennes - 163 hp 2.0-litre HDi DPF engine in Trémery - Manual compact automated gearbox in Valenciennes - Multi-arm rear axle assembly in Mulouse R&D: - Investment of €500 million - 300 patents filed for the world’s first diesel hybrid - 1,500 engineers and technicians involved in the project - 5 million km of tests to validate the technology HYbrid4 vehicle launch dates - Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4: End of February 2012 - Peugeot 508 RXH: End of March 2012 - Citroën DS5 HYbrid4: March 2012 - Peugeot 508 HYbrid4 sedan: Summer 2012 Sales objectives in Europe: - 40,000 units a year as from 2013 A world first that has won numerous awards in Europe - Germany: Paul Pietsch award from Motor Presse in January 2012 - Germany: Goldenes Lenkrad award and Goodyear Innovation Award 2011 from Auto Bild Allrad magazine - Germany: Öko Globe 2011 award in the “mass-produced sustainable energy” category - United Kingdom: Best Eco Car of 2011 award from Diesel Car Magazine - United Kingdom: Family Car of the Year from TOP GEAR
  4. 4. - Austria: ARBÖ-Umweltpreis 2011 - France: Prix Recherche & Innovation Auto Environnement MAAF 2011 - France: Argus 2011 “Green car” award - Italy: Miglior Innovazione Tecnologica from Motor Media TV Hybrids: An integral part of PSA Peugeot Citroën’s technological strategy - This world first positions PSA Peugeot Citroën as a diesel hybrid pioneer with an ambitious development programme. - Hybrid technologies should allow the Group to comply with regulations on CO2 emissions and maintain its environmental leadership. - The recent signature of a joint venture agreement with BMW (BMW Peugeot Citroën Electrification) will help the Group become a European leader in hybrid vehicle components. Leveraging the best expertise: An innovation and a world first - HYbrid4 technology combines the best technologies developed by our engineers for the diesel engine, electric motor, second-generation Stop & Start system and the manual compact automated gearbox. - A pioneer in green technologies, the HYbrid4 is designed to become a European benchmark, just like the DPF and e-HDI engine. - The next step will be the plug-in hybrid. Helping to move the model ranges upmarket The decision to equip series models like the Peugeot 3008 and 508 with HYbrid4 technology is helping to move the Group's model ranges upmarket by offering: - High-level performance combined with outstanding road handling. - Ease of use, with a choice of four driving modes: Auto, Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV), Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) and Sport. - A quiet ride, with the ability to run in pure electric mode. - The peace of mind that comes from the added safety of four-wheel drive. - A tiny carbon footprint, with emissions as low as 99 g CO2/km. - A significant decline in fuel consumption (35% less than a similar-size diesel powertrain).
  5. 5. PSA Peugeot Citroën’s strategy in the area of low-carbon vehicles is to promote sustainable mobility by offering “a clean car for everyone”. Although cars continue to be the most practical mode of transportation for individual mobility needs, governments worldwide are setting increasingly ambitious targets for reducing CO2 emissions. As a result, electric and hybrid vehicles could make up 15% of the market in 2020. Backed by its experience in this area, PSA Peugeot Citroën is resolutely committed to demonstrating its environmental leadership and staying a step ahead in low-carbon mobility. The Group intends to continuously raise the bar on environmental performance while giving customers the affordability and features they expect. Objective for 2012: Sell one million vehicles that emit less than 120g/km of CO2 in Europe each year.
  6. 6. Hybrid Technology: A New Component in PSA Peugeot Citroën’s Low-Carbon Strategy Reducing CO2 emissions is more important than ever… Governments around the world are setting increasingly ambitious targets for reducing CO2 emissions. Major CO2 emission targets through 2020 …and PSA Peugeot Citroën is ahead of the curve The vast majority of vehicles (85%) will still be powered by internal combustion engines in 2020. To reduce CO2 emissions, PSA Peugeot Citroën is continuing to improve its petrol and diesel engines through: Downsizing, with its virtuous impact on CO2. Enhanced engine efficiency combined with different levels of hybrid technology, including second-generation Stop & Start micro-hybrid, HYbrid4 full-hybrid and plug-in hybrid solutions.
  7. 7. The HYbrid4 Diesel Hybrid Diesel and Electric Energy Combined in an Innovative Architecture for a Host of Advantages PSA Peugeot Citroën has been developing hybrid technologies for many years. A pioneer in hybrid technology, PSA Peugeot Citroën first introduced the Stop & Start system on the Citroën C2 and C3 in 2004. Stop & Start, the first level in hybrid technology, is especially effective in city driving, where vehicles spend about 30% of their time at rest for an average of 15 seconds, resulting in unneeded waste. Stop & Start shuts down the internal combustion engine when the vehicle is at a standstill and automatically starts it back up again when the driver presses on the accelerator, thereby reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions. Now, in a world first, PSA Peugeot Citroën is expanding its approach and introducing a new, innovative hybrid technology: The HYbrid4 diesel hybrid Three key strategic decisions guided the technical choices involved in developing this technology: 1. Leverage the best existing components and expertise in a consistent, efficient approach. Very quickly, the HDi DPF engine stood out as the most efficient and consistent technical solution for the following reasons: - The HDi DPF corresponds to the expectations of European customers, as a large percentage of cars sold in Europe are diesels. - PSA Peugeot Citroën has recognised expertise in diesel engines based on HDi DPF technologies. - HDi DPF diesel engines have a better thermodynamic performance than petrol engines, using around 30% less fuel for a similar sized engine. - The HDi DPF engine helps both preserve energy resources, with the best possible mileage, and reduce the automobile’s contribution to the greenhouse effect, with the lowest possible CO2 emissions. On the electric side, PSA Peugeot Citroën has capitalised on its long-standing expertise in electric vehicles. To this day, the electric Peugeot 106, sold between 1995 and 2003, remains the highest selling zero emission vehicle in the world. The Group has followed up with two new-generation pure electrics: the Peugeot iOn and the Citroën C-Zero, both launched in late 2010. With 30% of the market, PSA Peugeot Citroën is Europe’s leading EV manufacturer.
  8. 8. The 6-speed manual compact automated gearbox used in the Peugeot and Citroën ranges since 2008 was a natural choice to mate with the diesel powertrain thanks to its automatic shift management system and role in optimising fuel consumption (an automatic gearbox would have resulted in higher carbon emissions). Similarly, the Stop & Start system (STT) on the diesel hybrid grew out of the Group’s experience with the Citroën C2 and C3. The latest generation STT has been broadly deployed across the Peugeot and Citroën line-ups since 2011. 2. Use a parallel design. PSA Peugeot Citroën’s hybrids are powered by two systems that can propel the vehicle separately or together: - The internal combustion engine works best in highway driving, and can be used to power any type of vehicle, while still delivering the safety and enjoyable driving experience customers want. - The electric motor is more efficient at start-up and low speeds (under 55 kmh), conditions that correspond to city driving—the most appropriate use for electric vehicles. - The two systems can also work together in certain circumstances, for example to provide extra boost during sudden acceleration when passing another vehicle. Hybrid vehicle performance is therefore directly comparable to that of a single powertrain vehicle with a larger engine, while offering breakthrough gains in terms of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions (around 35% less in combined-cycle driving, for equivalent performance). These two fundamental choices—leveraging the Group’s expertise in HDi engines and electric motors and using a parallel design—paved the way for an innovative architecture combining, for the first time, a front-mounted internal combustion engine and an electric motor in the rear.
  9. 9. 3. Place the electric motor in the rear. Technically speaking, the front-mounted internal combustion engine powers the front wheels, while the electric motor on the rear axle assembly powers the rear wheels. This innovative architecture allows for four-wheel drive. What’s more, drive-by-wire technology eliminates the need for a standard 4WD differential, which improves mileage and makes for a roomier, more stylish passenger compartment. This architecture also makes it easier to install the technology on different platforms, so that the Group can ultimately offer hybrids across the model line-up. HYbrid4 technology offers a major performance breakthrough in terms of fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions, which stand at 99 g -109 g per km, depending on the model. This represents a reduction of around 35% in combined-cycle driving. The Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4, 508 RXH and 508 HYbrid4 and the Citroën DS5 HYbrid4 can run in zero emission (ZEV) mode, which drastically reduces fuel consumption in city driving. A vehicle in ZEV mode offers an amazingly noiseless, carbon-free ride. HYbrid4 technology delivers high performance: • Maximum combined power of 147 kW/200 hp from the 2.0 litre HDi DPF engine (120 kW/163 hp) and the electric motor (27 kW/37 hp). Maximum torque of 300 Nm (front) and 200 Nm (rear). • Additional boost during sudden acceleration. • Four-wheel drive, offering the same off-road capabilities as a standard SUV, for added safety and peace of mind.
  10. 10. HYbrid4 World Premiere Leveraging Technology for an Uncompromising Driving Experience Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4: High environmental performance and driving pleasure In February 2012, HYbrid4 technology came to market on the Peugeot 3008. Thanks to the environmentally friendly combination of diesel and electric energy, the 3008 crossover consumes only 3.8 litres per 100 km and emits just 99 g of CO2 per km. PSA Peugeot Citroën’s easy-to-use hybrid technology delivers even greater driving freedom, allowing motorists to choose from among four driving modes and providing the peace of mind offered by four-wheel drive. Available starting in February 2012 Peugeot 508 RXH: An original vision of the all-road universe The Peugeot 508 RXH’s style and innovative HYbrid4 powertrain gives it features that combine freedom and driving pleasure. Unique and refined, with a wider body that sits up higher off the ground, the 507 RXH also stands out for its singular look and powerful style. It offers a whole new experience in the all-road segment, with a ZEV mode that is ideal for city driving and that helps reduce fuel consumption in combined-cycle driving to under 4.1 litres per 100 km, for CO2 emissions of less than 107 g per km. Available starting in March 2012 Citroën DS5 HYbrid4: An exceptional combination of environmental stewardship and high performance The use of HYbrid4 technology on the Citroën DS5 has reduced average fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by more than 20%. Certified fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in combined-cycle driving stand at 3.8 litres per 100 km and 99 g per km, respectively. All other things being equal, this represents a decrease of around 23% from the HDi 160 BVM6’s already excellent performance of 4.9 litres per 100 km and 129 g per km. In city driving, the decrease comes to 38% (3.9 litres per 100 km versus 6.3 litres per 100 km). Available starting in March 2012 Peugeot 508 HYbrid4, available in the summer of 2012
  11. 11. HYbrid4 Technology: Helping to Move the Model Ranges Upmarket The decision to equip series models like the Peugeot 3008 and 508 with HYbrid4 technology is helping to move the Group's model ranges upmarket by offering: - The advantages of two fuel-efficient technologies, combining the diesel HDi engine's performance with the zero-emission electric motor’s efficiency. - High-level performance and outstanding road handling. - Ease of use, with a choice of four driving modes: Auto, Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV), Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) and Sport. - A quiet ride, with the ability to run in pure electric mode. - The peace of mind that comes from the added safety of four-wheel drive. - A tiny carbon footprint, with emissions as low as 99 g CO2/km. - A significant decline in fuel consumption (35% less than a similar-size diesel powertrain).
  12. 12. The HYbrid4 in pictures Pictures of the Group’s HYbrid4 technology are available for downloading at: http://mediatheque.psa.fr Login: HYBRID Password: 2012 HYbrid4 videos are available at: http://youtu.be/0FM-1Figjmc (in French) http://youtu.be/mB0yWRqanIg (in English) Press Contacts Laure de Servigny laure.deservigny@mpsa.com +33 (0)1 40 66 35 42 Caroline Brugier caroline.brugier-corbiere@mpsa.com +33 (0)1 40 66 58 54
  13. 13. Paris 28 February 2012 The HYbrid4 Diesel Hybrid A world first and an integral part of PSA Peugeot Citroën’s strategy to innovate and move the model ranges upmarket
  14. 14. Using innovation to meet the automotive industry’s major challenges How can we adapt to new patterns of mobility? • Today: 280 million people live in cities with populations of more than 10 million • 2007: Worldwide, more people live in cities than in rural areas • 2015: 350 million people will live in cities with populations of more than 10 million Infrastructure and mobility challenges Climate change • Strict regulations • Environmentally aware customers • Governments in favour of “sustainable mobility” Environmental challenges • Vehicle quality and lifespan • Increasingly safe vehicles • Competitive value for the money Technical and manufacturing challenges Today’s Major Challenges – Tomorrow’s Opportunities Changing customer needs Urbanisation
  15. 15. Increasingly Ambitious Targets for CO2 Emissions Major CO2 emission targets through 2020
  16. 16. 4 PSA Peugeot Citroën A Pioneer in Green Technologies… Stop & Start DPF HDi engine 17,500,000 HDi engines since 1998 5,415,000 HDi DPF engines since 2000 Electric vehicles Peugeot 106 Electric in 1995 Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero since 2010 First carmaker to offer a STT application (developed in partnership with Valeo) deployed across the entire diesel line-up …That Have Become Market Benchmarks
  17. 17. 5 Constant Improvements in Internal Combustion Engines for more Environmentally Friendly Vehicles A European leader in low carbon vehicles Reduced fuel consumption for diesel (-30%) and petrol engines (-20%) Leadership gained through the efficiency of HDi diesel engines In early 2012, a new family of 3-cylinder petrol engines Emissions reduced by 15-25 g CO2 /km The vast majority of vehicles (85%) will still have internal combustion engines in 2020 PSA Peugeot Citroën will conserve its environmental leadership through: Further downsizing of internal combustion engines More efficient engines combined with different levels of hybrid technology: • Second generation Stop & Start • HYbrid4 full hybrid • Plug-in hybrid
  18. 18. 6 A New Step: Diesel Hybrids for an Uncompromising Driving Experience Environmentally friendly 99 g of CO2/km Fuel consumption down 35%* High performance 200 hp/ 3.8l per 100km 4-wheel drive Distinctive World first Combining diesel and electric energy for a host of advantages 4 driving modes Comfort-Peace of Mind Dynamism-Performance Full diesel hybrid
  19. 19. 7 HYbrid4: A World Premiere Innovation “Made in France” Made in France Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4 and Citroën DS5 HYbrid4 in Sochaux Peugeot 508 HYbrid4 sedan and 508 RXH in Rennes 163 hp 2.0-litre HDI DPF engine in Trémery Manual compact automated gearbox in Valenciennes Multi-arm rear axle assembly in Mulhouse R&D Investment of €500 million 300 patents filed for the world’s first diesel hybrid 1,500 engineers and technicians involved 5 million km of tests to validate the technology A world first that has won numerous awards in Europe Germany: Paul Pietsch award from Motor Presse in January 2012 Germany: Goldenes Lenkrad and Goodyear Innovation Award 2011 Auto Bild Allrad magazine Germany: Öko Globe 2011 in the “mass-produced sustainable energy” UK: Family Car of the Year from TOP GEAR France: Argus 2011 “Green Car” award
  20. 20. The HYbrid4 Programme: Helping to Move the Model Range Upmarket 8 Peugeot 3008 in February Peugeot 508 RXH late March Citroën DS5 in March Peugeot 508 this summer 2013 sales target in Europe: 40,000 units
  21. 21. The world’s first diesel hybrid Coupling diesel and electric energy for a host of advantages. 1 2 3 4 Electric motor and associated equipement in the rear Diesel engine under the bonnet For 4-wheel drive 6 7 5 Electric motor (27 kW 37 hp) High voltage Battery (NiMh) Inverter / Control unit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 kW high voltage Stop & Start 6 speed manual compact automated gearbox 120 kW, 2,0l HDi engine with DPF
  22. 22. Impressive performance > A cutting-edge technology delivering breakthrough performance while helping pro- tect the environment : - maximum combined power of 200 hp (147 kW), 163 hp from the 2.0l HDi FAP diesel engine and 37 hp from the electric motor, - up to 30 % reduction in CO2 emissions in city driving, compared with a similar diesel engine. To give an example, the Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4 offers fuel consumption of 3.8l/100 km, with 99g of CO2/km in standard conditions. > Highly advanced acoustics, remarkably silent in ZEV mode. > Four different operating modes to suit all types of driving : - Auto, for a focus on fuel-efficiency and comfort, - Sport, for a livelier, more performance-oriented experience, - 4WD, for driving under extreme conditions, - ZEV, for noise- and carbon-free city driving.
  23. 23. Four different driving modes N S N S N S N S > The hybrid powertrain optimises fuel consump- tion and driving comfort. > The car runs on all-electric drive up to 70 km/h for moderate acceleration. > Above that speed, the diesel engine automati- cally starts and takes over. Auto mode > Releasing the accelerator or applying the brakes automatically recharges the high-vol- tage battery through energy recovery. > The electric powertrain automatically compensates for torque differences when chan- ging gears. > Electric drive is available over a wide acceleration range. > It operates up to 60 km/h and offers a range of 3 to 4 km. > The diesel engine starts if the driver accelerates strongly, or if the battery has no charge left. Zéro Emission Vehicle (ZEV) mode ZEV Mode Acceleration ZEV Mode Decceleration
  24. 24. Four different driving modes N S N S N S N S N S N S N S N S > The full 200 hp is available by simulta- neously running the diesel engine and elec- tric motor. > Engine speeds are higher and gear changes faster. > Accelerator pedal response is set for a sportier driving style. Sport mode > The Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and powertrain optimise vehicle control. > The two engines operate simultaneously. > Torque is initially divided as follows : - front : 60 %, - rear : 40 %, up to 10 km/h. > Torque then adjusts dynamically according to wheel drift. 4-wheel drive (4WD) mode
  25. 25. Challenges of the front powertrain 2.0 litre HDi FAP diesel engine modified for hybrid operation > New accessory housing with a strengthened belt. > Engine specifically calibrated to further decrease fuel consumption and emis- sions. Manual compact automated gear- box optimised for hybrid operation > Use of a high efficiency oil. > Special control unit and calibration for lower noise and vibrations in ZEV mode. > Improved gearbox driveability thanks to torque compensation by the rear power- train, for enhanced driving comfort. Front powertrain – Stop and Start > Permanent magnets allow a more com- pact design (and better torque density : Nm/m³). > Torque rating of 52 Nm and gear ratio of 2.9 for quick start-up. > 8.5 kW of power to guarantee sustained power in 4WD mode.
  26. 26. Challenges of the rear electric powertrain Hybrid Power Control Unit - HPCU > A compact unit, comprising the power converter, microprocessor and inverters. > Optimised inverter control to meet acoustic and vibration requirements. High-voltage battery (Sanyo high-voltage battery) > Rated at 5.5 Ah/1.1 kWh for 4-km range in ZEV mode. > Nickel metal hydride (NiMh), a mature tech- nology offering an excellent combination of reliability, cost and performance. Electric motor (Bosch electric motor) > Uses permanent magnets for a more compact design (and better torque density : Nm/m³). > Torque of 200 Nm transmitted to the wheel via a 7.46 : 1 ratio; 27 kW of power in Sport mode. Reduction gearbox (GKN reduction gearbox) > "Dog clutch" type gearbox, with high-effi- ciency oil and optimised bearings to decrease energy losses. > Designed to automatically disconnect at 120 km/h, the top speed of the electric motor. > Gears designed to meet noise and vibration specifications. Bosch Hybrid Power Control Unit GKN reduction gearbox Sanyo high-voltage battery Bosch electric motor Back wheel Back wheel
  27. 27. A new rear axle electrical module The architecture of the platform 3 rear axle was retained to guarantee vehicle functions and performance. Certain components were modified for this new application : > new torsion beam for installation of the electric motor, > new pivot to adapt to the tracks on plat- forms 2 and 3, > new calliper for compatibility with new pivot, > new upper triangle to take up less space. A new assembly line was installed at the PSA Peugeot Citroën plant in Mul- house, France, to manufacture this mul- ti-arm rear axle assembly. triangle pivot calliperca pivotorsion beam
  28. 28. Tailor-made ESP* * Electronic Stability Programme Development of an unprecedented antiskid regulator (ASR) system in conjunction with Bosch > Integration of the anti-slip function in the rear, in addition to a functional ASR on the front axle. > Development of ASR for three possible modes, with front axle loads causing very dif- ferent vehicle stability conditions : - front-wheel drive alone, in pure diesel mode, - rear-wheel drive alone, in all-electric mode, - front and rear-wheel drive, in 4WD mode. Vehicle stability control, based on : > dedicated drag torque control regulation (MSR) function to control negative torque from powertrain, > trajectory control function, within the limits of grip.

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