Self Study Program 990123 – Audi Q5 hybrid quattro
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AUDI AG can look back at over 20 years of experience with hybrid technology. The first
generation of the Audi duo, a hybrid concept car based on the Audi 100 Avant, made its European debut in 1989. A five-cylinder gasoline engine drove the front wheels and a part-time electric motor developing 12 hp (9 kW) drove the rear wheels. Rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries provided the energy source.
Another duo variant based on the Audi 100 Avant quattro followed two years later.
In 1997, AUDI AG became the first European manufacturer to build a limited edition hybrid
production vehicle. It was based on the Audi A4 Avant.
Drive for this A4 was provided by a 1.9 liter TDI engine developing 90 hp (66 kW), and a watercooled electric motor developing 29 hp (21 kW). This front-wheel drive vehicle used an electric motor powered by a lead-gel battery that could be recharged by plugging into an electrical outlet.
The A4 Avant duo electric motor could also recover energy during deceleration. In electric
mode, the duo attained a top speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) and a maximum speed of 105 mph (170 km/h) with TDI power.
Further development in hybrid technology was showcased in the Audi R18 e-tron quattro
prototype race cars at the 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans. Audi dominated the competition, taking first and second place, becoming the first manufacturer to win the legendary race with hybrid technology. The winning cars featured a TDI turbo diesel engine powering the rear wheels, and an electric motor powering the front axle for greater acceleration coming out of corners.
In addition to hybrids, Audi is also developing a new family of electrically powered vehicles
(e-tron) capable of driving long distances. The Audi A1 e-tron, designed for congested city
driving conditions, always operates electrically. No additional gasoline or TDI engine is used to extend driving range.
The Q5 hybrid quattro is the first Audi hybrid model with twin drive systems. Its 2.0L TFSI
engine develops 211 hp (155 kW), operating in tandem with a water-cooled electric motor
developing 54 hp (40 kW). The electric motor is powered by a compact lithium-ion battery.
- Hybrid Vehicles at Audi
- Hybrid Technology
- Types of Full Hybrid Drives
- Other Terminology
- Introduction to the Q5 hybrid quattro
- Identifying Features
- Design Overview
- 2.0L TFSI Engine
- 2.0L TFSI Engine Modifications
- Engine Control Module J623
- Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission with Hybrid Module
- Running Gear
- Electromechanical Steering
- Electrical System
- High Voltage System
- Warning Signs
- Hybrid Battery Unit AX1
- Components of Hybrid Battery Unit AX1
- High Voltage System Maintenance Connector TW
- Battery Cooling
- Electric Drive Power and Control Electronics JX1
- Electro-Drive Drive Motor V141 (e-machine)
- Air Conditioning System
- High Voltage Wires
- Safety Design
- Pilot Line Connector 1 TV44
- 12 Volt Onboard Power Supply
- Network Topology
- System Management
- Drive Programs
- Display and Operating Elements for Driving in Hybrid Mode
- Instrument Cluster
- MMI Screen
- Special Tools
- Other Service Tools
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Self-Study Programs for the Audi Q5 hybrid quattro
- Knowledge Assessment
The Self-Study Program provides introductory information regarding the design and function of new models, automotive components, or technologies.
The Self-Study Program is not a Repair Manual!
All values given are intended as a guideline only.
For maintenance and repair work, always refer to current technical literature.