Turbocharged Direct Injection or TDI engines with common rail and piezo injectors achieve extremely smooth and efficient combustion with excellent acoustic comfort.
At the same time, emissions are reduced by measures such as the diesel particulate filter, which is fitted as standard.
The turbocharger with variable turbine vane geometry plays a major role in producing the engine’s high torque and increasing the amount of power obtained from the same engine displacement.
Control of the flow of air into the cylinder also achieves significant improvements in power build-up. This has the added advantage of allowing exhaust gas recirculation, which further reduces nitrogen oxide emissions.