naturally aspirated engine

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naturally aspirated engine

A non-supercharged reciprocating engine that uses atmospheric pressure to force the fuel-air mixture into cylinders.
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These are next-generation compact engines that combine a base engine with a newly designed framework, the VTEC variable valve train system with thoroughly reduced friction, a turbocharger with a low moment of inertia and high responsiveness, and direct injection technology to achieve good balance between high output and torque, above those of conventional naturally-aspirated engines, along with excellent fuel economy.
Turbochargers are an enabler of engine downsizing helping to improve fuel economy from 20 to 40 percent and emissions from the larger naturally-aspirated engines they replace and are also capable of enhancing horsepower and torque for improved drivability.
All models with naturally-aspirated engines qualify as Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles (SU-LEV, i.
It will also likely include an available EcoBoost engine, which will make the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor more efficient and powerful than traditional naturally-aspirated engines.
According to Koei Saga, senior managing officer in charge of drivetrain R&D, Toyota aims to concentrate on upsized, naturally-aspirated engines running the Atkinson cycle as a means of boosting power wit Toyota not planning to spread downsized, turbocharged motors without impacting on fuel economy.
The completely-redeveloped fifth generation of the 911 GT3 occupies the top position among Porsche sports cars with naturally-aspirated engines.
EcoBoost delivers up to 20 percent better fuel economy than traditional naturally-aspirated engines and reduces CO2 emissions up to 15 percent.
The facility is to produce VW's naturally-aspirated engines and turbo-charged engines in China.
4-liter I-4 naturally-aspirated engines, known as World Engines, for Dodge Caliber, Avenger and the new Journey, Jeep(R) Compass and Patriot, and Chrysler Sebring sedan and convertible.