Monday, February 21, 2011

Audi Q7 New Engine

Audi Q7 (2011)

Vigorous thrust and spontaneous throttle response make the 3.0 TFSI engine, with its sonorous note, an ideal source of power for the large high-performance SUV from Audi. Two charge-air intercoolers prevent the air temperature from rising, so that the engine draws in more oxygen for the combustion process. Within the 90-degree angle formed by its cylinder blocks there is an engine-driven supercharger that compresses the intake air.

 The new 3.0 TFSI gasoline engine embodies Audi's downsizing strategy: replacing engine displacement with supercharging. A high-performance recuperation system that recovers energy during braking is also a standard item with all six- and eight-cylinder engines. All the engines for the Audi Q7 combine two technologies: forced induction and direct fuel injection. A mighty V8 diesel completes the range. The two gasoline engines, both V6 units but with different power outputs, are new, and so is the second-generation V6 TDI.

 Even more power, even higher efficiency: Audi has revised the engine lineup for the Q7. Now Audi has made it even more powerful and efficient, with a choice of three new V6 engines and an 8-speed tiptronic transmission.  The Audi Q7 is the large Audi for the sporty individualist - the high-performance SUV for sport, leisure, family and business.

Audi Q7 (2011)
Audi Q7 (2011)
Audi Q7 (2011)