Audi Q7 Engine

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About the Audi Q7 Engine

The Audi Q7 is a full size luxury crossover SUV produced by German auto maker Audi. The Q7 hybrid in 2005 was a concept vehicle based on Q7. It uses the engine from 4.2 FSI with electric motor to provide 150 lb.ft extra torque, and nickel metal hydride battery. It has 0 to 100 km/h acceleration of 6.8’s. The vehicle weighs 5,300 lb, 310 lb heavier than the petrol counterpart.

The Q7 V12 TDI engine in 2008 and before was based on the diesel technology from Audi R10 TDI race car, but with larger displacement. The engine was rated at 500 PS and 740 lb•ft, making it the most powerful diesel engine, and also the only twelve-cylinder diesel engine, used in any passenger car. It has 0–100 km/h acceleration of 5.5 seconds.

The Q7 3.0 TDI clean diesel in 2009 was a version of 3.0 V6 TDI with selective catalytic reduction. The engine was later used in next generation of Q7 for European market.

Q7 engine choice

Thanks to Vorsprung durch Technik, it isn’t easy making choices between petrol and diesel engines and it is not as straightforward as it used to be. Engines of both fuel types offer improved power, lower emissions, sporty performance and increased efficiency.

All engines within the Q7 range deliver the power and torque needed for performance, amazing driving dynamics and, when needed, impressive off-road ability.

Q7 in 2010 with clean diesel engine technology

The two words have never really been associated with each other. But thanks to Audi’s commitment to them have made it possible. The 3.0 TDI clean diesel engines are available in the Q7 features two new technologies, a DeNOx catalytic converter and AdBlue tank, which help to make it to be one of the cleanest running diesel technologies available today.

How the 2010 Q7 engine works

The 3.0 TDI clean diesel engines uses a diesel oxidation catalytic converter along with a diesel particulate filter and a special DeNOx converter. A biologically degradable water-based solution, known as AdBlue, is injected in minute doses into the exhaust pipe upstream of the DeNOx converter. The hot exhaust gases break down the solution to form ammonia, which in turn splits the nitrous oxide into nitrogen and water. This result is a cut of nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 90%.

The answer is stored in a separate tank, which, when full, will easily last as long as the car’s service intervals. Audi mechanics then top up the tank during the car’s scheduled maintenance breaks.

Future proof

Due to this innovative technology, the Audi Q7 3.0 TDI clean diesel engine already complies with the EU 6 emissions standard that only comes into force in Europe in 2014, as well as the stringent BIN 5 standard in the USA.

FSI Petrol direct injection

All Audi Q7 petrol engines feature FSI direct injection, a unique technology originally developed for the Le Mans 24 hour endurance race. With FSI technology, fuel is injected directly into the combustion chamber in precisely measured quantities. The amount of fuel that is dispensed varies according to throttle position. This precise method reduces the amount of fuel ‘lost’ in the combustion process, greatly improving economy and reducing CO2 emissions. FSI also creates greater torque and increased power.

TDI: High economy diesel, low emissions, superb power A dedication to pioneering technology has brought Audi peerless expertise in turbocharged diesel engines. All Audi TDI engines are equipped with common rail and piezo injectors to achieve smooth, efficient and quiet combustion. Emissions are also significantly reduced thanks to a diesel particulate filter, fitted as standard, which filters out almost all soot particles contained in the exhaust gas.

The turbocharger has variable turbine vane geometry to help produce higher torque and greater power for the cubic capacity of the engine. And sophisticated air-flow control also contributes to the engine’s capabilities while simultaneously reducing nitrogen oxide emissions.

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Carl Wilson

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