Is Diesel Engine Made Ferrari Maserati?

Posted by Dedy Komarul Huda On 10:11 PM No comments
Maserati Ghibli has just made ​​its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show some time ago. Latest cars from manufacturers trident emblem is equipped for the first time a diesel engine.

Maserati says the engine only uses 3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel, and did not give further details. Without making an official statement about the source of much speculation circulating prime engine owned by Ghibli.

Engines for Maserati made ​​by VM Motori may not be enough, and if only we pay attention to the explanation Maserati CEO Harald Wester, "In Australia using two V6 petrol engine and the V6 diesel, and all of them developed by Ferrari-Maserati." Wester also added two machines are made ​​in Maranello, home of Ferrari.

Is it possible that a diesel engine is made Ferrari? Wester explained Prancing Horse since manufacturers share technology with petrol engines, such as direct injection and turbocharging, it became a natural choice Ferrari also developed the first diesel engine.

"Besides some fundamental differences between diesel and gasoline engines, many technologies are both very similar," said Wester told Drive (04/24/2013).

3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel engine owned Ghibil will also be immersed in their SUV, Levante, and may not be used for other their sedan, the Quattroporte.

Ferrari once said not interested in diesel engines and new engines still use petrol V8 and V12. And that is a question, whether the diesel engine Ferrari build them from scratch or use a VM Motori engine as a first step.


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