Monday, October 1, 2012

Powered supercar Koenigsegg Will Bring Pneumatic Without Camshaft

Geneva - Geneva Motor Show Exhibition has always been the main attraction of the world for a variety of new technologies present there. One of them came from the Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg. What will they present?

A supercar with the latest engine technology, which is claimed to be performing more precise and efficient. Koenigsegg will present her latest supercar to celebrate the production car to 100 of them.

This supercar will use a machine that is not public. Inspired by Formula 1 racing pole, the Swedish supercar engine will carry pneumatic valvetrain technology, which allows the machine to work without requiring Chamshaft.

Since no chamshaft, so that the intake fuel gas is determined by the pneumatic thrust more precise and can be tailored to the needs of the machine. In addition, the incoming and exhaust valve openings can be very flexible settings.

And that is not less interesting, engine valvetrain technology allows pneumatic cylinder deactivation when the performance is not so necessary, for example when he was in a jam. This course offers an efficiency.

However, that remains to be seen as soon as possible from Koenigsegg to mass produce this new supercar is about still many shortcomings of this system should be perfected. (


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