The turbocharged and award-winning 2.0 TFSI delivers 211 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque from four cylinders, displacing 2.0 liters. The engine is built with a sturdy cast iron block and lightweight aluminum-alloy cylinder head for maximum efficiency. A large intercooler chills air coming from the turbocharger, and technologies like Audi Valvelift System, FSI direct injection and throttle by wire all work in harmony to both increase power and lower fuel consumption. The 2.0 TFSI is capable of up to 30 mpg.
Unlike traditional fuel systems, FSI direct injection works by injecting fuel directly into the combustion chamber, instead of the engine intake runners. The advanced process ensures a more complete burn, diminishing waste and increasing power. FSI-equipped engines also are able to take advantage of a significantly higher compression ratio and cylinder pressure, thus fully atomizing fuel and optimizing turbocharger and supercharger boost response as well as efficiency.
Type: Inline four-cylinder gasoline engine with FSI direct injection, exhaust turbocharger with intercooler, four valves per cylinder.
Arrangement: Front mounted, longitudinal
Bore: 3.25 in. 82.5 mm
Stroke: 3.65 in. 92.8 mm
Displacement: 121.1 cu. in. 1984 cc
Compression ratio: 9.6:1
Fuel requirement: Premium unleaded (91 Octane) recommended for maximum performance
Horsepower (SAE): 211 hp @ 4300-6000 rpm
Max. Torque: 258 lbs. ft. @ 1500-4200 rpm
Cylinder block: cast iron
Cylinder head: aluminum alloy
Valve train /intake: Audi valvelift system on exhaust valves, DOHC, chain driven, hydraulic lifters
Firing order: 1-3-4-2
Fuel injection: Electronic engine management, drive-by-wire throttle, FSI direct injection
Emission system: Close-coupled ceramic catalytic converter
Emissions level: EU5; ULEVII;
Battery: 12volts 60 amp/hr
Alternator: 14 volts 280 amp