The Hyundai Veloster is making waves with its asymmetric form. If we look from the left side seems to be a perfect 3 doors, but if seen from the right side has backdoor for the evacuation of passengers or cargo in the rear area.
This video explains in detail all the technology that hides the Hyundai Veloster Turbo engine, technically called Gamma 1.6L Turbo GDi. It is a modern engine that makes downsizing its greatest exponent. Based on atmospheric variant equipped models like the ix35, is added a twin scroll turbo to increase performance by harnessing exhaust.
In the departments of technology development and Hyundai Motor have started from the premise that a normal exhaust manifold, in which all the cylinders are connected, because there are pressure losses of the exhaust gases are recycled by the engine, due to delayed closure of the valves.
This system developed for the Turbo GDi, supplying the cylinder pressure in the manifold is separated, from which the exhaust gas reabsorbed. And leaving the turbocharger at high temperature are cooled by intercooler. Cold air is denser and improves engine performance, and its efficiency.
As regards the system optimization variable valve, Electronically controlled, adapts at all times the sum of the same, depending on the demands required by the engine at each moment. Also, Direct injection allows you to enter the exact amount of fuel, substantially improving the efficiency.
All these developments give the Gamma 1.6L Turbo GDi engine performance 137 kW (186 CV) and 265 Nm pair. Mounted on the Veloster gets to take the 214 km / h top speed and accelerates from zero to 100 kilometers per hour 8,4 seconds. And, most importantly, get such performance with fuel consumption remains at 6,9 liters per 100 km and C02 emissions are reduced to 157 g/km.