Friday, April 15, 2011

Turin General Motors: Short a turbodiesel for Indian market

Turin General Motors engineers have developed a new 1.0 three-cylinder turbodiesel that will be assembled in series starting next June. The engine was designed specifically for the Indian market, to meet the needs of the Indian population for what it regards cost, performance and efficiency. The new GM 1.0 turbodiesel will have a maximum torque of 140 Nm at 1,750 rpm, unpublished data for the Indian market, which will compete with all other mini-diesel.

Together with engineers from Turin cooperating to develop the new engine, even those Indians who have suggested just the best techniques to be adopted to meet the needs of the market. 1.0 The three-cylinder turbo diesel from GM has created a base of cast iron, aluminum head with a double overhead camshaft, a separator such as "blow-by centrifugal action to reduce oil consumption.

We also find details on the engine camshaft gear with a system that reduces noise. The engine will be produced at the GM plant in Talegaon, in Maharashtra, and the first car in the Chevrolet Beat will benefit during the second half of the year.

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