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Innovative? How can petrol and diesel engines be called innovative? Many environmentalists, experts and other participants in the car market are probably perplexed. But it really is. The company introduced a new Mercedes Benz engines with innovative technologies for the updated S-Class, which produced in 2017.
Strange? But what about the electric engines, about which, probably, everything possible has already been said. Indeed, according to experts' forecasts and according to the plans of a number of leading countries of the world, the days of internal combustion engines are numbered. This is partly the case. But there is one thing. Electric vehicles are not expected to become mainstream, capturing a larger part of the market in immediate near future.
In order for electric vehicles to push cars with internal combustion engines out of the market, it will most likely take decades. And this is regardless of the fact that the authorities of Western countries want in the near future to get rid of vehicles operating on internal combustion engines. As much as many developed countries would not want this, but until the popularity of electric transport is overshadowed by gasoline and diesel cars, we will not see the decline of vehicles operating on traditional internal combustion engines.
As a result, the company Mercedes introduced five new engines of internal combustion engines, which launched in the S-class cars from 2017.
Mercedes is quite cautious about the topic of supercharged gasoline engines. To provide a smoother increase in power without the unpleasant effect of "turbo lag". The result was presented in 1995 in a mechanical compressor, driven by an ordinary ribbed belt. M 271.
The most widely used 1.8-liter version of the M 271 with a multipoint injection system with a variable degree of forcing: from 122 to 192 hp. In some models used a modification with direct fuel injection. It was produced in the period from 2003 to 2005 and developed a power of 170 hp. It can be recognized by the CGI label.
The use of engines 1.6-1.8 K / T (M 111, M 271). These engines were used only in Mercedes cars. They are always positioned longitudinally in front. All motors were assembled at only one plant in Germany.
New diesel engines Mercedes with four and six cylinders. Code designation of new four and six-cylinder diesel engines Mercedes: OM 656
Naturally, all the new engines of Mercedes 2017 have become even more economical and more powerful compared to their predecessors. However, in order to achieve these technical results, engineers have applied completely different technologies in the development of power units.
The new six-cylinder engine for the S-class, designated as OM 656, essentially represents an enlarged version of the four-cylinder engine for the E-class, which was introduced at the beginning of the year 2016.
Brand new six-cylinder diesel engine Mercedes, which is installed on the S-class from 2017, has a capacity of 313 hp. Remember that a similar engine of the previous generation gave out only 258 hp.
The six-cylinder diesel engine Mercedes 2017 is based on the four-cylinder engine OM 656, which is installed on the new E200 d in the back of the W213
This engine uses a similar enhanced emission control technology, which is used in four-cylinder power units installed on the 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel E-classes.
The new engine will replace the 4.8 liter V8 engine with 455 hp. Despite the increase in power, the new 4.0 liter eight-cylinder engine will be 10 percent more economical than its 4.8 liter predecessor.
This was made possible thanks to the CAMTRONIC technology (valve opening and closing optimization system), which is used in six-cylinder diesel engines. In addition, in the new eight-cylinder engine, a system of cylinder deactivation is used to save fuel (the second, third, fifth and eighth cylinders are disabled). This mode is active only in the “Comfort” and “Eco” modes at 3250 engine revolutions per minute.