Both 4-cylinder and V6 engines offer worldly engine technology, with direct-injection on a 3.8 liter engine and a accurate twin-scroll turbocharger with a vast intercooler for a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.
The 3.8-liter Lambda DOHC V6 engine produces 348 rise horsepower during 6,400 RPM, with rise torque of 295 lb.-ft. during 5,100 RPM on reward fuel. In addition, Lambda-engine anti-knock record gives this V6 a flexibility to run on unchanging fuel whenever required. This direct-injected engine will simply propel a Genesis Coupe from 0 to 60 mph in a reduce five-second operation on a approach to an considerable 149 mph electronically-limited tip speed. The Lambda V6 intake element also employs an intake sound initiation siren into a cabin to safeguard this engine’s auditory impression matches a abdominal appeal.
To offer enlarge a appetite band, a 3.8-liter engine uses Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (Dual CVVT) and a Variable Intake System (VIS) that helps cylinders breathe many well during both low and high RPM. The multiple of high-pressure, precisely-metered approach injection with fit cylinder respirating formula in superb stifle response and off-the-line acceleration joined with conspicuous fuel efficiency. The V6 engine uses an amalgamate retard and cylinder heads for lighter weight and thermal potency and facilities durable, still timing bondage with no scheduled maintenance.
All these technologies offer to give Genesis Coupe 3.8 an considerable power-to-weight ratio of usually 10.0:1, significantly reduce than a some-more costly Infiniti Q60 and BMW 435i.
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The turbocharged, intercooled 2.0-liter DOHC inline four-cylinder utilizes a twin-scroll pattern for a turbocharger with a vast intercooler for extended thermal efficiency. The twin-scroll pattern is some-more fit during recuperating empty appetite and produces cooler cylinder temperatures compared with a single-scroll design. In addition, a twin-scroll pattern is some-more precise, with softened explosion efficiency, reduced turbo lag, leaner air/fuel ratios and some-more uniformly distributed vigour in a empty ports, ensuing in coexisting power, potency and emissions advantages over a single-scroll type. Also, a vast intercooler offer reduces intake temperatures, providing denser, cooler atmosphere from that to rise even some-more power.
This turbocharged engine also advantages from Dual CVVT on both intake and empty camshafts. The 2.0-liter turbo generates 274 horsepower and 275 lb.-ft. of torque on reward fuel. And, distinct many rival turbo engines, this turbo’s anti-knock sensors automatically adjust ignition timing and engine mapping to run ideally on unchanging fuel, agreeable 260 horsepower during 6,000 RPM and 260 lb.-ft. of torque during 2,000 RPM. The turbo engine also facilities a lightweight cast-aluminum cylinder retard and cylinder head. All this gives a Genesis Coupe 2.0T a power-to-weight ratio of 12.3, higher to a Scion FR-S sports coupe and Honda Civic Si.
2014 Genesis Coupe 2.0 Twin-scroll Turbocharged DOHC 4-cylinder Engine
Both V6 and 4-cylinder engines also underline deep, baritone-sounding twin cat-back exhausts to element fit respirating on a intake side. For 2014, 2.0L Turbo models also underline an intake sound initiation pipe, enhancing motorist impasse during energetic driving. To safeguard that all this appetite is uniformly distributed to a pavement, Genesis Coupe also offers an accessible Torsen® limited-slip differential on R-Spec and Ultimate models.
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