Internal combustion engines have an operating efficiency that can be exploited to increase their performance. Some of the waste gases can be recovered through technical solutions such as turbocharging. The turbocharging solution is one of the most popular technical solutions for increasing the energy performance of internal combustion engines. This requires an analysis of the energy balance of the internal combustion engine. This shows that there is a significant reserve of energy in the exhaust gases, which can be used to increase the engine efficiency. One solution is to use this energy to drive a turbine coupled with an electric generator. This article aims to present the result of the experimental research of the hybrid turbocharger, simulating and validating the new solutions for increasing the energy performance of internal combustion engines through hybrid turbochargers using a coupled electric generator. The simulations will be performed using AMESim software developed by Siemens to demonstrate through calculations the efficiency of new solutions, such as a hybrid turbocharger. The tests will be performed using an diesel internal combustion engine with a cylinder capacity of 1.9 liters which is also simulated with AMESim software. The residual exhaust gases of the internal combustion engine will drive the hybrid turbocharger turbine and generate electricity. Electricity can then be used for storage in the car battery or for consumption by the car's electrical system. The article also includes a comparative study between the power and torque of the naturally aspirated internal combustion engine equipped with a hybrid turbocharger.