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Discussion in 'Fiat India News' started by rohitjha, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. bhai

    bhai Esperto

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    The 900cc parallel twin cylinder SGE will be christened "TwinAir" gasoline engine will be in new FIAT UNO.

    I has read on web before 2 years.
  2. rohitjha

    rohitjha

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    In Geneva a new engine will make its production debut: the 105 bhp 1.3 Multijet 16v; and unusually it is the Lancia brand that has been chosen to give a world première to this evolutionary and highly potent little turbodiesel engine, as it will appear under the bonnet of the new Ypslion Sport by MomoDesign. The new 105 bhp version of the robust 1.3 Multijet engine family will take its place in the Fiat and Lancia ranges' positioned above the current 75 and 90 bhp versions which have already been in production for sometime.

    The new 1.3 Multijet 16V is an extremely aggressive little engine, delivering 105 bhp at 4000 rpm and torque of 200 Nm (20.4 kgm) at 1750 rpm. Combined with a 5-speed gearbox, this will take the new Ypsilon Sport by MomoDesign to a top speed of 177 km/h, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 10.3 seconds. These are excellent performance that make this the most powerful compact in its segment, while fuel consumption and CO2 emissions remain impressive, the hallmark of the Multijet: 4.5 l/100 km in the combined cycle and 119 g/km.

    The 1.3 Multijet 16v is a masterpiece of technology in miniature: complete with all its accessories, it weighs just 130 kg, and is also small in size, just 50 centimetres long and 65 centimetres high, with the components laid out to take up as little space as possible.

    Designed to criteria of maximum rationality, efficiency and reliability, the engine is capable of excellent performance, and is practically built 'for life': it was designed to travel 250,000 km without any maintenance to the mechanical components. What is more, the oil change intervals have been extended from 20,000 to 30,000 km (the 1.3 Multijet 16v uses low viscosity oil, which means more fuel economy, and it respects the environment). This compact, technologically sophisticated engine is also environment-friendly, because it meets Euro 4 emissions limits even without a particulate trap, which is available on request for certain markets.

    The 1.3 Multijet 16v (whether 75, 90 or 105 bhp) therefore represents a real leap forward in technological terms, and this translates into lower fuel consumption and emissions for the customer. The engine boasts increased quietness (due to the multiple injections) annd enhanced comfort (fewer alternating masses mean less vibration).
  3. rohitjha

    rohitjha

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    Scheduled for a 2012 release, Fiat’s new small car to compete with alto will be placed under the Palio in the company’s Indian portfolio. It could be the company’s entry-level car in other markets.

    While we don’t know about the platform and if Tata will utilize the mechanicals for their cars, we do know that the car will be compact and styled in Italy. Fiat India CEO Mr.Rajeev Kapoor told IAB during the Auto Expo that the designs of this small car were yet to be finalized. He did not divulge any information on the model letting us speculate as much as we could!

    Another interesting development is the introduction of the 2-cylinder engine by Fiat at the on-going Geneva Motor Show. The 900cc 8V Twin-Air engine will also be offered in the naturally aspirated form. Producing 64bhp, it looks like an apt motor for the new small car

    Read more: http://indianautosblog.com/2010/03/rend ... z1H4JJSqSO

    ARE THEY PLANNING TO LAUNCH MORE THAN ONE CAR
    1st ) 2-3 lakh price segment to compete with alto
    2nd ) 3 to 4 lakh which would be replacement of palio. :?: :?: :?: ???? :anyone :?: :?: :?:

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  4. bhai

    bhai Esperto

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    But Rohit above figures can be achieved only in abroad countries.

    We are not sure about above performance figures in Indian Fuel Quality ? ::OO :A
  5. rohitjha

    rohitjha

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    @bhai: Hmm may be,
    1.3 multijet diesal 76 and 90 hp is already in india.
    first they launch 1.3 mjd 105 hp abroad and after 1 or 2 years it will come to india, after R & D
  6. Very nice info Rohitjha, Thank You
  7. Tony

    Tony Esperto

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    Do you know, People who go fro FIAT, does not think for FE much (We dont care more about the saying "Kitna Dethi Hai"), :lol:
    Here in Kuwait Fiat Showroom was opened in Feb 2011 and have sold 16 Fiat 500's, There is many enquiries for the Abarth version of the 500 :dancing
  8. FastLove

    FastLove Superiore

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    Re: Re: Do you know ?

    Do you know why people who go for Fiat does not think for FE much?
    Bcos Fiat thinks about that and ensures good FE for you ;)


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  9. Tony

    Tony Esperto

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    :cool: :lol: :lol: :lol: , and we trust our FIAT :car
  10. rohitjha

    rohitjha

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    The 50:50 JV between Tata Motors and Fiat Automobiles was formed in 2006 by the flamboyant Sergio Marchionne and the reticent Ratan Tata. It now has its back to the wall. The project had been formed to specifically sort out the problems of the car business of the two companies.

    Prakash Telang, managing director, Tata Motors, says, “There are some issues with the JV that need to be sorted out.” His counterpart in Fiat, Rajeev Kapoor, who heads the JV, puts up a brave face: “It [the JV] has a bright future despite niggling problems.”

    Tata Motors was relying on outsiders for engines and lamented on the lack of an engine development programme within the company.
    Fiat is also planning to set up its own branded, exclusive showroom, a departure from the original idea of selling cars exclusively from Tata Motors’ dealers.

    To understand the flurry of activity around the car businesses, a little background on the Fiat-Tata JV should help. In late 2005, as Ratan Tata was looking at the next phase of growth for his car venture, he found that it would take the company an investment upwards of Rs. 1,500 crore and three to four years to put a new engine development programme on track. Indica needed a new power train to compete with the newer models of cars being introduced in the market and also to comply with newer environmental rules.

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