Audi RS5 TDI Concept 2014 Reviews
The RS5 TDI theory technology study is powered by an increased-output V6 3.0 TDI biturbo improved by an electrically driven turbocharger. This new development makes the diesel engine better and more sporty.
"Our latest invention is the electrical turbocharger, which further enhances not only sprint times and pulling power, but also efficacy. This technology exemplifies the possibilities harbored by 48-volt electrical systems, which we're now developing to be used in generation vehicles."
The redline is at 5,500 rpm. The auxiliary electrical turbocharger provides for electricity that is staggering when starting off. The turbine wheel is replaced by an electric motor and quickens the compressor wheel to over 70,000 rpm. The exhaust turbochargers additionally supply just as much as 2.4 bar of comparative boost pressure.
This mix empowers the Audi RS5 TDI theory to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in only four seconds.
Recuperation is the primary source of the drive energy for the electrical turbocharger. To carry this energy, the RS5 TDI theory works on the different 48-volt electrical system which is linked to the standard 12-volt electrical system via a DC/DC converter. The energy is kept in a compact lithium-ion battery. The advantage -volt electrical systems is they enable the transmission of larger quantities of energy. This makes them an important landmark in the Audi electrification strategy.
Audi RS5 TDI Concept 2014 Video
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