The data of the engine of the Infiniti Q30
The Infiniti Q30 is being presented these days and since we can now skip some of your details that we will be completing as they advertised. Let’s start by your range of engines, as the Q30 has available a total of five engines, two diesel and three petrol.
four-wheel drive optional for versions with more powerful
One of the strong points is his : automatic transmission 7-speed double clutch that is part of the standard equipment in the larger versions, it is offered as optional in the version 1.5 d, and may not be equipped in the version 1.6 122 HP.
Still the brand has not released all the official data, but for now these are all of the data we have provided.
petrol Engines with 122, 156 and 211 HP
The most powerful version has a displacement of 1,991 cc, generates a maximum torque of 350 Nm between 1,200 and 4,000 rpm and has an average consumption of 6.7 liters, corresponding to 5.5 L consumption in highway and 8.7 L consumption in the city.
versions of 122 and 156 HP share the same block of 1.6 liter and generated its maximum torque of 200 and 250 Nm of torque, respectively, between 1,250 and 4,000 rpm. By the time we do not know which of these two versions will be sold in our country, the brand has yet to be confirmed.
These are the data of the version of petrol 156 HP with manual transmission and front-wheel drive, and the version of 211 HP with automatic transmission and four-wheel drive, with the acronym All Wheel Drive:
|Version||1.6 T 156CV MT 2WD||2.0 T 211CV DCT AWD|
|0-100 Km /h||8.9 s||7.5 s|
|V. maximum||215 km/h||230 km/h|
|maximum Torque||250 Nm||350 Nm|
|Empty weight||—||1.545 Kg|
Engines of up to 211 HP
Diesel 109 and 170 HP
The new compact Infiniti will also offer two variants diesel. The version of access equipped with an engine of 1.5 Liter displacement – in reality 1.461 cc – that authorises a maximum power of 109 HP and a maximum torque of 260 Nm between 1,750 and 2.500 rpm.
Your deposit will be consumption, as that approves of a record, very attractive, corresponding to the consumption combined 4.1 L/100 km, the extra-urban: 3.8 L/100 km and the urban 4.7 L per 100 kilometers.
The diesel more powerful, generates a maximum torque of 350 Nm of maximum torque between 1,400 and 3,400 rpm and an average consumption of 4.9 L/100 km, extra-urban: 4.2 L/100 km, urban: 6.0 L/100 km, not bad for 170 HP.
The data in the table below show the official data of the version 1.5 d with a manual transmission and the data of the more powerful version with automatic transmission and four-wheel drive AWD:
|Version||1.5 d 109 HP MT||2.2 d 170 HP DCT AWD|
|0-100 Km /h||12 s||8.5 s|
|V. maximum||190 km/h||215 km/h|
|maximum Torque||260 Nm||350 Nm|
|Empty weight||1.464 Kg||1.622 Kg|
In terms of the mark release all of the information you’ll be able to read it here.