2018 Camry, may get a 2.0 litre turbo engine

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Default 2018 Camry, may get a 2.0 litre turbo engine



Refacing for the World market other than the America's.

Following its unveiling at the Moscow motor show recently, we now have
more details of the global-market Toyota Camry XV50 facelift and in
particular, its new 2.0 litre four-cylinder engine. Seems there’s much
more to this facelift than we think…

New 2.0 litre engine with VVT-iW, D-4S and EGR, mated to six-speed
Multi-mode auto

The 1,998 cc, Euro 5-compliant engine features VVT-iW (Variable Valve
Timing-intelligent Wide). VVT-iW debuted on the Lexus NX 200t‘s
direct-injected 2.0 litre turbo 8AR-FTS engine, enabling it to run in
both Otto and modified-Atkinson cycles.

At low loads, the VVT-iW-equipped engine is capable of switching to a
modified-Atkinson cycle to boost fuel economy. At higher revs, the
engine can return to the Otto cycle for enhanced power delivery and
performance. VVT-iW features standard VVT-i on the exhaust valves and
VVT-iW on the intake side. The latter features a mid-position camshaft
lock mechanism which retards the continuously variable valve timing.


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