Actually Hyundai has spent much and dedicated its time in building it. However, Hyundai Motor Group has just finally showed off its long- waited Gamma 1.6 T- GDI petrol and Euro6 R-2.0 diesel engines, yesterday.
Hyundai presented those two engines in the Rolling Hills Hotel which located close to the Hyundai- Kia Motors R&D Center in Korea, on October 19 to 20, today during the 11th Hyundai- Kia International Powertrain Conference.
The 1.6 liter four- cylinder unit will join the other Hyundai’s Gama family of gasoline engines. It uses a twin- scroll turbocharger coupled to an air guided intercooler, direct fuel injection system and dual CVVT so that output as much 204 ponies at 6,000 rpm and 265 Nm or equal to 195 lb- ft of torque at 1,750 rpm can be delivered. The power and torque figures can be somewhat different in various markets.
The unit will be widely employed on a numerous Hyundai and Kia vehicles, such as the Veloster sports hatch that is expected to be equipped with that engine in the mid 2012. The engine also has fulfilled the Euro 5 standard and also California’s strict ULEV- 2 or short of Ultra- Low Emission Vehicle standard.
Over as many 52 months, Hyundai had developed the Gamma 1.6 T- GDI. Hyundai sets the price of this unit at 69.5 billion won or equal to US$61.4 million or €44.4 million.
Along side with the Gamma 1.6 liter four- cylinder, Hyundai also presents its new R- 2.0 diesel engine which is also will be utilized for various Hyundai and Kia cars, particularly for the forthcoming Sante Fe successor.
The total output of 150 hp and 39.0kgf.m or 282 lb-ft) of torque are produced by this 2.0 liter four- cylinder unit. In addition, it also has met the more strict Euro6 regulation.
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