Christof Howold talk about new CDTI diesel engines in Opel Insignia Sports Tourer. The new generation Opel turbo-diesel engines in the Insignia feature 2.0-liter displacement, more power and torque, as well as excellent fuel economy. The Insignia will launch with 3 versions of the 2.0 CDTI engine developing respectively 81 kW/110 hp, 96 kW/130 hp and 118 kW/160 hp. The engines have two overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, and common-rail, multiple fuel direct injection, together with a variable geometry turbo charger for a rapid throttle response at low rpm. Thanks to the large 70-liter tank, the diesel models boast a driving range of over 1200 km between visits to the gas station. The new 2.0-liter CDTI Bi-Turbo will top the turbo-diesel engine family available in the Insignia. With two-stage turbo-charging and clean tech combustion control, it produces 140 kW/190 hp at 4000 rpm, which corresponds to an excellent power output per liter of 70 kW/95 hp. The maximum torque is 400 Nm at an exceptionally low 1500 rpm.
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