Engineering BS 6 Diesel Compliance on New Hyundai Aura
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Engineering BS 6 Diesel Compliance on New Hyundai Aura

Engineering BS 6 Diesel Compliance on New Hyundai Aura
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Hyundai has also improve the crankshaft bearings with optimised thickness and material reduced friction that allows excellent driving

Hyundai Motor India has recently launched the all new compact sedan Aura in India. The new Hyundai Aura enters the market as a sedan variant of the recently launched new Hyundai Grand i10 Nios. Hyundai remains committed to the Indian market with its all new variants receiving a diesel powertrain. The all new Hyundai Aura becomes the very first model from the Korean manufacturer to get a BS 6 compliant diesel engine. Let’s take a look at what is being done on the engineering front to attain BS 6 diesel engine compliance on the all new Hyundai Aura 2020.

The all new Hyundai Aura 2020 is being offered with a new 1.2 l BS 6 compliant Ecotorq diesel engine. This engine has been developed by Hyundai R&D, comprises of a 2,000 bar fuel injection system that offers improved combustion and fuel efficiency.

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Enhancements & Improvements to the All New 2020 Hyundai Aura

Hyundai has also improve the crankshaft bearings with optimised thickness and material reduced friction that allows excellent driving, in city conditions and also improves the life of the engine. Further, Hyundai has also worked on the transmission, subjecting it to rigorous durability tests for ensuring high gear strength and on the all new Hyundai Aura there has been a use of improved clutch friction materials. These provide the Hyundai Aura with a good performance at high speeds, off-road, hillsides and harsh climatic conditions.

The all-new 2020 Hyundai Aura BS 6 compliant diesel engine offers 75 PS of power and 19.4 Kgm of torque. It comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and an AMT. To achieve BS 6 diesel emission complains on the all new Hyundai Aura 2020 the company has made use of an lean nox trap (LNT) and diesel particulate filter (DPF) system that has been effectively validated for the Indian road conditions. Further Hyundai has also introduced an improved throttle body for efficient engine management and a Fin type exhaust gas recirculation system (EGR) for improved NoX emission control. The company has claimed that it has been able to improve low end torque by 10 % for better driveability performance at  city conditions.