Wednesday, November 14, 2007

New FSI Engine for Audi A5!

Audi is geared up to bring additional FSI efficiency for the A5 coupe. The performance of Audi will increase taken as a whole due to engine replacement since the latest four-cylinder engine used for A5 mixes petrol injection along with turbo charging giving a resultant increase in performance.

The well-known 1.8-litre Turbo petrol engine that had been used in the A3, A4, A6 and TT versions in the past and will be discontinued in the A5 1.8TFSI because the latest model of A5 will implement the superior and direct injected element. The brand new Audi A5 coupe has been modified accordingly to accommodate the four-cylinder engine and this model will hit the market by end of November.

The Audi A5 coupe has a fuel-rationing FSI direct petrol injection system that is couples with turbo charging that increases the performance to drastic levels while providing 170PS at 4,800rpm and a torque of 250Nm that can be accessed between 1,500rpm to 4,800rpm.The six-speed manual transmission, front wheel driven Audi A5 1.8TFSI exceeds a speed of 62mph in a mind boggling 8.4seconds and can reach a top speed of 140mph.You even can opt to buy the advanced Audi A5 coupe at an OTR cost of ₤26,190 even though it is expected to be launched by late November.

The company making the Audi A5 coupe has hardly made a few changes to the large equipment list when we compare the latest Audi A5 coupe to its older V6-powered A5 model. The new Audi has included features like rear acoustic parking sensors, three-zone climate control, Milano leather-upholstery and many other features which are found in bigger cars. It even has features like space liberating electromechanical brake that assists in parking. The company has even introduced non obligator features like Xenon head lamps with LED daytime running lights, even a sports model having large 18-inch wheels and the audio system has 14-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system with rear mounted cameras and the Audi Parking System Advanced.

Keeping in pace with the latest technology, Audi will replace its successful older 1.8-litre engine model and introduce more FSI effectiveness to the A5 coupe.

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