Nissan Considering Turbochargers For Future Models
Nissan is looking to turbochargers as a method to deliver high-output performance with low fuel-consumption in its future lineup of vehicles. Tetsuya Takahash, a top engineer at Nissan, made the exciting comments to the folks at MotorTrend.
While Nissan currently uses turbochargers in high performance vehicles like the GT-R, this new line of turbo cars would use turbochargers as a replacement for larger displacement engines. Most likely the first turbocharger powerplants would come to replace the 2.0-liter and smaller engines found in models like the Sentra and Versa.
Currently GM and Ford are looking to bring turbocharged four-cylinder engines (some as small as 1.4-liters) to market in an effort to meet increasingly stringent CAFE regulations.
But Takahash isn't just talking about the fuel misers, as there is a strong possibility that Nissan would look to turbochargers combined with a smaller V6 engine to replace aging (although impressive) engines like the VQ35 and VQ37, which power models like the 350Z/370Z and G35/G37. Takahash is quite familiar with high-performance turbocharged engines, having been a part of the team that developed the amazing SR20DET that powered the Nissan 240SX (Silvia) in Japan.
Will the next-generation Z be twin-turbocharged?
More: Report: Nissan Considering Turbochargers For Future Models on AutoGuide.com
turbos FTW!!! :twisted:
Nissan turbo motors FTMFW. cant wait.
other than that, im looking at the new 2011 Mustang ecov8 and throwing a big single turbo on that bitch. nasty drop with wheels that have a sick offset. shit is going to look like a skyline when im done
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