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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Ferrari's dry-sump, flat-crank, 90-degree V8 sets a number of firsts for a naturally-aspirated engine of this displacement.
That naturally-aspirated engine develops 133bhp, more punch than rivals can come up with, and it costs pounds 11,550.
It is equipped with a front-mid-mounted naturally-aspirated engine, a six-speed manual transmission or an optional automatic gearbox controlled by shift paddles.
The eight-cylinder naturally-aspirated engine delivers maximum torque of 650 Nm at 4750 rpm.
0-litre naturally-aspirated engine producing 197bhp at a massive 7,250rpm and 215Nm of torque at 5,500rpm.
4-litre engine as the Atom and the Beast, equipped with a supercharger to deliver 300bhp and 224 lb-ft of torque more than the naturally-aspirated engine in the Atom, but 200bhp below the Beast.