Report: Porsche four-cylinder boxer engines to produce 210-360bhp

2013 Porsche Boxster S

Porsche Macan is already using Volkswagen-sourced four-cylinder engines and more four-cylinder units will follow soon.

Porsche is working on their own in-house four-cylinder boxer engines that according to Car Magazine will come in three displacements ranging from 1.6-litres to 2.5-litres in the top unit. All engines will be turbocharged and feature direct injection with power ranging from 210bhp to 360bhp.

The entry level 1.6-litre engine is reported to produce 210bhp. The 2.0-litre unit 286bhp and 295 lb-ft of torque and the 2.5-litre four-cylinder 360bhp and 347 lb-ft of torque.

The four-cylinder engines are expected to debut first in the Boxster and Cayman before being added to 911.


RELATED POSTS

BMW X5 is most frequently stolen car in UK for the fifth year in a row
Fiat 500X production body pictures released, debuts on July 4
2015 Daihatsu Copen revealed with configurable bodywork
Retro-styled Evanta Barchetta debuts at Goodwood Revival
Range Rover Evoque SW1 Special Editions revealed - inspired by the Union Flag
2015 Seat Leon ST Cupra and Cupra 280 revealed ahead of Geneva debut
New Volkswagen T6 Transporter revealed
Ferrari GTC4LUSSO T revealed ahead of Paris debut
Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster and GT R now on sale, priced from £110,145
Unique 1 of 1 Rolls-Royce Dawn Mayfair Edition arrives at Berkeley Square showroom
Jaguar reveals E-Pace testing videos, public debut this month
Mazda Vision Coupe wins most beautiful concept award
Tags: , , , ,
linode.com