Revealing the best automobile engines of 2019 - photo 1

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Honored for the best engine in the last 20 years, Ferrari’s 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 continues to receive the Fourth International Engine of the Year award, and also topped in three other categories. It is fitted to the 488 GTB, 488 Spider and 488 Pista, with the Porttofio and GTC4 Lusso T.
The Ferrari 488 Spider is equipped with the 2019 International Engine.
Meanwhile, the total electric propulsion system on Jaguar I-Pace ranked second despite having brought 3 awards for themselves, including: Best New Engine and Best Electric Motor. At the same time, this Jaguar model was recently voted Global 2019 Model of the Year.
Revealing the best automobile engines of 2019 - photo 2The fully electric power dynamics system on the Jaguar I-Pace has also won numerous awards.

Third in the title of the International Engine of the Year 2019 is the twin-turbo V8 engine of Mercedes-AMG, equipped on many models, from compact C-Class to GT sports; It is even available in Aston Martin Vantage and DB11 models.

Revealing the best automobile engines of 2019 - photo 3The Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro uses a 4.0L twin-turbo V8 engine.

The voting process for the International Engine of the Year award has changed to meet the growing system of alternative dynamics and impressive performance. Therefore, instead of based on the same capacity as before; This year, the organizers divided it according to their capacity measured in PS (300 PS equals 296 HP). The awards were voted by 69 judges who are 69 car journalists from 31 countries around the world.

List of all top engines of 2019 items:

International Engine of the Year: Ferrari 3.9L twin-turbo Ferrari

Best Performance Engine: Ferrari 3.9L twin-turbo Ferrari

Best New Engine: Jaguar power dynamics system

Best Hybrid Engine: Hybrid gasoline-electric 1.5L 3-cylinder of BMW

Best Electric Motor: Jaguar power dynamics system

Power below 150 PS: Ford’s EcoBoost 1.0L 3-cylinder

Capacity of 150 PS to 250 PS: Audi TSFI 2.0L 4-cylinder

Capacity of 250 PS to 350 PS: 2.5L 4-cylinder turbocharged Porsche

Capacity of 350 PS to 450 PS: Jaguar power dynamics system

Capacity from 450 PS to 550 PS: Mercedes-AMG’s 4.0L twin-turbo V8

Capacity from 550 PS to 650 PS: Ferrari 3.9-liter twin-turbo (other version)

Capacity of 650 PS: Ferrari 3.9L twin-turbo Ferrari

Ford was accused of ‘stealing’ engine patents

Ford has been accused of “stealing” technology patents that combine indirect and direct fuel injection by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professors for use in engines on its vehicles.

According to The Car Guide

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