Explain how the gas engine can run at full throttle (constant 6200rpm) and combine its power with the electric motor when there's only two fixed gear modes (EV and Direct) via only one lock up clutch between them.
I cannot believe you are a forum moderator Rick, getting away with the responses on the edge and now editing of ones post.
And I'm really tired of hearing long drawn out responses by non-owners who likely never even drove a late gen Honda Hybrid.
Two motors and a eCVT (electronic Continuously Variable TRANSMISSION). Honda could not make this more clear.
Honda calls it an eCVT because most people can't understand the lack of an actual transmission.Transmission in cars refer to something having multiple gears (or infinite in the case of a CVT) to deliver the power from the engine. The Accord Hybrid DOES NOT have a transmission, even C&D broke this down:
Explaining the Honda Accord's Shrewdly Designed New Hybrid System. The headline is "Making It Simple: There's no transmission—really"
And to answer your question how the car can run on both battery and engine at the same time producing peak HP and Torque its explained in the Engineering Explained video starting at 2:15 in the Hybrid mode. The engine turns the generator producing power to the PCU, which combines with the battery powering the PCU to run the electric drive motor to create the peak numbers. Full power is achieved in Hybrid mode.
Honda has a graphic to depict this and you'll notice that the powerflow graphic shows both the battery and engine creating power:
Here's another article again that says it is not a transmission, despite whatever Honda wants to call it. 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Has No Transmission: How It Works