All-new Hyundai i40 Tourer will be available with a choice of highly competitive Euro V-compliant engines: two petrol and one diesel unit with two outputs. These units include the spreading power output 115 to 177PS. All engines are tuned for strong torque delivery is extended in a variety of machine-wide operating speed, making the i40 car fun to drive in town or on the highway. Manual and automatic transmission will also be offered.
In the segment where the diesel models representing 77% of total sales, Hyundai anticipates that the version of ‘higher power’ of the 1.7-liter diesel unit developing 136PS engine will be the most popular among both private and fleet buyers. High-output engine torque (325 Nm from 2,000 rpm) will ensure the drive responsive to the acceleration to 62mph in just 10.6 seconds for the manual model and fast 12.0 seconds with automatic.
Version of the ‘low power’ produces 115PS which takes from 0-62mph in 12.9 seconds. The petrol engine is Hyundai’s all new four-cylinder 2.0-liter GDI engine, called ‘Nu’. This all-aluminum engine makes its debut on the i40, promises to deliver higher torque (for enhanced drivability), improving fuel economy and reduce emissions, plus reduced NVH characteristics of durability and very good – similar to the machine multi-point fuel injected.
Equipped with a GDI (gasoline direct injection) unit produces 177PS 1999 cc engine which ensures that the i40 Tourer offers the best in class fuel economy. I40 with a manual gearbox and the engine will accelerate to 62mph in just 9.7 seconds to register figures fuel economy 39.2mpg (combined cycle) and reached the rank of CO2 is only 169 g / km. 1.6-liter petrol engine offers a proven 16-valve Gamma Unit. It produces 135PS and accelerating from 0-62mph in 11.6 seconds.