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Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6

Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari has taken the wraps off its new Le Mans Hypercar set to contend one year from now in the FIA World Perseverance Title (WEC). The crew from Maranello has picked the "499P" name to repeat the terminology it's been utilizing for quite a long time. "499" alludes to the limit in cubic centimeters of every chamber while the "P" addresses model. At the core of the electric machine is a 3.0-liter V6 with a couple of turbochargers. Albeit the six-chamber factory has a similar 120-degree design as the motor utilized by the 296 GTB/GT3. Driving the plan and improvement of the Ferrari Attivita Playful GT sportscar dashing division, Ferdinando Cannizzo said the motor is basically unique and the V6 was picked for being lightweight and minimized. Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 The mid-back ignition motor

Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup

Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup

Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup
Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup

A Jeep without all-wheel drive simply doesn't feel right, yet the Stellantis brand is promising to fix the Avenger's absence of better foothold with a 4x4 arrangement. It's being reviewed at the Paris Engine Show where the electric hybrid has an alternate uniform with blue accents alongside additional Drove lighting. Other eminent changes incorporate the reception of a rooftop rack and marginally more extensive wheel curves facilitating different composites with off-road tires.

Strangely, Jeep delves into no insights about the specialized particulars. In any case, a Vindicator with AWD must mean the designers have introduced an electric engine at the back. The standard rendition accompanies a front-mounted engine really great for 154 pull (115 kilowatts) and 260 Newton-meters (191 pound-feet) of force. It is not yet clear whether the e-engine introduced at the back is indistinguishable, yet that is generally the situation.

Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup
Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup

It could mean a consolidated result of around 300 hp and 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) in an EV that is just 4.08 meters (160.6 inches) long. For sure, the new Vindicator is 6 centimeters (6.3 inches) more limited than a Rebel. The all-paw Avenger could utilize the equivalent 54-kWh battery as the front-wheel-drive arrangement. The last option has been evaluated in the WLTP joined cycle at 249 miles (400 kilometers), yet the 4x4 wouldn't have the option to match that due to being heavier. Utilizing a similar rationale, the 342-mile (550-kilometer) scope of the normal model in the city would drop a little.

For the Avenger 4x4, Jeep has further developed the methodology point to 21 degrees, takeoff point to 34 degrees, and breakover point to 20 degrees. Also, ground freedom currently surpasses 200 mm (7.9 inches).

Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup
Jeep Avenger 4x4 Concept Debuts With Dual-Motor Setup

As a boost, Jeep says three minutes of charging at 100 kW means 19 miles (30 kilometers) of reach while 24 minutes juice up the battery from 20 to 80 percent. It's hazy whether mounting an e-engine at the back will adversely affect the freight limit, which remains at 13.4 cubic feet (380 liters) in the FWD-prepared Avenger where the front volume estimates 1.2 cubic feet (34 liters).

Jeep fans from the US should look somewhere else in light of the fact that the Vindicator isn't coming to North America. All things being equal, the Wrangler-esque Recon and the bigger and more rich Wagoneer S are US-bound and both will be produced locally from 2024.

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