Fiat Could Launch New Cars With A V-8 Turbo-Diesel Engine

April 29, 2013 by  
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According to several news agencies, Fiat Group has revealed it will be developing a V-8 turbo-diesel engine in order to make the technology available to the public across the globe.

The reports indicate that the manufacturer hopes to pick up where most automakers gave up. According to the news, BMW and Mercedes-Benz have retired their work with V-8 engines that run on diesel for any passenger vehicles after it reported that it must cut costs in order to stay afloat.

Fiat decided to work on the technology and develop the engine, which would make Fiat the only company that is willing to fight Volkswagen for the position as the world’s main developer of the V-8 diesel engine.

Due to the overwhelming customer demand for this type of engine, manufacturers like Volkswagen is the holder of the world’s longest waiting lists when it comes to its 382-hp Porsche Cayenne S diesel model.

The public demand frustrates budget departments. Fiat could be soon facing the same problems with an overwhelming public demand for the engine, which could drive the prices up. The developing of the engine and when the company would be putting the engine to use are all details that haven’t be fully disclosed as of now.

Soon enough, experts say, consumers will be seeing many more vehicles equipped with a direct-injected 4.0-liter V-8 turbo diesel engine that is both strong when it comes to performance and efficient when it comes to fuel.

Recent developments by Fiat have demonstrated that the company is ready to take on more challenges by creating state-of-the-art powerplants designed to offer luxury cruising to all whoa re willing to pay for it, now it will be working hard to develop the technology that would make this type of engine a possibility.

Some experts who are excited about this new engine and Fiat being able to make vehicles available with this new technology are not too popular with diesel-engine aficionados so that most consumers are also capable of owning these cars.

At this moment, the technology is being tested and developed but no word on when the new engine could be expected to make its debut.

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