Motori MultiAir: come funzionano? (parte 1)
Damiano Micelli, Responsabile Ricerca Motori Benzina di FPT, illustra il funzionamento della tecnologia MultiAir. Un primo assaggio degli approfondimenti dedicati da AlfaMiToBlog al nuovo propulsore di Alfa Romeo MiTo.
MultiAir in the testing room
Engineers Benfenati and Di Martino show us how the engine is calibrated and tested.
New Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 MultiAir 2010
Alfa Romeo presents the MultiAir system, developed and patented by FPT Fiat Powertrain Technologies. The forerunner of this family is the MultiAir 1.4 engine, first introduced to the world on the Alfa Romeo MiTo model and offered with 3 different power levels (105 HP, 135 HP and 170 HP), all Euro5-ready. At the launch, the first two MultiAir power units fitted to the Alfa Romeo MiTo are the 135 HP 1.4 and the 105 HP 1.4, which will then be followed by the 170 HP 1.4 MultiAir turbobenzina.
Multiair: the last video
MiTo Team meets Mr. Cazzolato and Mr. Doria, the FPT engineers who managed the production of MultiAir engine.
New Engine Technology for Fiat
Fiat Group and Fiat Powertrain Technolgy unveiled its new air management technology 'Multiair' at the Geneva Motor Show. Multiair is an electro-hydraulic system of engine valves for dynamic and direct control of air and combustion, cylinder by cylinder and stroke by stroke. Thanks to a direct control of the air through the intake engine valves without using the throttle, Multiair helps reducing fuel consumption; and pollutant emissions are likewise reduced through combustion control. Video animation explains how the new technology works.