The Toyota Yaris debuts a new engine 1.5 111 CV

Prueba Toyota Yaris Hybrid

a Few weeks ago I we reported that the Toyota Yaris would be a version of very high performance. This sport variant would take the foundation of the very Toyota Yaris WRC, with which nippon mark returns to the Championship of the World Rally championship. Under its hood are riding nothing less than 210 HP, which will be sent to the front axle being able to go from 0 to 100 in 6.5 seconds. Toyota will officially present in the forthcoming Geneva.

But this sport version will not be the only important news that will pick up the urban japanese and is the brand just announced that the arrival of a new propeller for the Toyota Yaris, replacing the current 1.3 100 HP and adapting to the regulations for Euro 6c. Don’t expect downsizing precisely because the substitute will have a front upper and will not resort to overfeeding, improving the performance of its predecessor, but also succeeding in reducing their fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.

Cubicar√° 1.496 cubic centimeters, that is to say, a 1.5-liter. It will develop a maximum power of 111 CV, while its maximum torque will be 136 Nm, which will arrive at 4400 rpm, although from the 2,000 laps already delivered 118 Nm. He says Toyota, the fuel consumption will be reduced in a 12 %. We also say that they have harnessed their experience in hybrid vehicles to achieve a energy performance 38.5 %.

Among other things, it highlights that this new mechanics of the 1.5-liter includes a EGR valve refrigerated and improves setting variable valve by means of an electric control, being able to pass the operation as a motor Otto cycle to the way of working of a cycle Atkinson and vice versa in just a moment depending on the operating conditions. compression ratio is 13.5, while the exhaust manifold is cooled by means of water. All of these measures help to achieve that efficiency and to improve the performance when you demand power.

Prueba Toyota Yaris Hybrid

The Toyota Yaris 1.5 can speed up from 0 to 100 km/h in 11 seconds, improving by 8 tenths of the records of the mechanical predecessor, and to recover from 80 to 120 km/h in 17.6 seconds, reducing to 1.2 seconds the data from the 1.3 that replaced soon.