Hyundai began production of cars with the new CVVD engineSeptember 21, 2019
Today in South Korea started selling Hyundai Sonata in the new Turbo version with a CVVD family engine.
The all-new Sonata is the first Hyundai-designed car introduced at the Geneva Motor Show last March with the Le Fil Rouge concept car. It is a coupe-style sports sedan embodied in a sensual and dynamic design.
Sonata Turbo is Hyundai’s first car to use new CVVD engine technology. The CVVD engine is a 1.6-liter Turbo SmartStream gasoline engine that uses continuously variable valve life (CVVD).
Hyundai’s CVVD, first developed in the world, controls valve opening times that are not regulated by existing CVVT or CVVL technology.
The 1.6 T-GDi engine has a maximum power of 180 hp. and maximum torque of 265 Nm. Continuous Variable Valve Duration and low pressure exhaust gas recirculation are used to save fuel and emissions.
The new generation Hyundai Sonata boasts an automatic parking system without driver intervention. To do this, just press the button on the keychain, as in BMW or Tesla. Sonata 2020 model year at the start of sales had two options for power plants. The base 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine develops 180 hp, while the more powerful 2.5-liter engine produces a respectable 191 hp. Both units are paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
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