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David
03-16-2012, 01:37 PM
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(http://www.fiatforever.com/2010/03/30/fiat-all-automakers-will-eventually-adopt-efficiency-boosting-m/#aol-comments)Fiat is widely recognized for its achievements in several automotive-related technologies. The company is credited as the creator of the common rail diesel engine, which is employed by virtually all automakers now, and they are credited with the automated manual transmission, also in widespread usage. The company says its newest crowning achievement the MultiAir induction technology will make its way here to the States with the release of the Fiat 500 and the company believes that the technology will prove so valuable that all automakers will once again follow its lead.

According to Fiat, a million of its engine will utilize MultiAir technology within the next three years, but they don't see the application of the technology ending there. As Fiat vice president of communication Richard Gadeselli said, "Eventually all gasoline engines will have this."

Initial testing has shown that the MultiAir technology can boost power by 10 percent, increase low-end torque by 15 percent and improve fuel economy at the same time. The technology could be applied to diesel engines and larger gasoline engines. Currently, Fiat is employing the technology on 4-cylinder engines. However, the company notes that gains would be even larger on bigger engines and the system is fully compatible with turbocharging. Fiat claims MultiAir can give an efficiency boost of up to 25 percent on some vehicles.

neubauerjoseph
03-20-2012, 05:29 AM
Just, think what fiat will come up with next. It seems like fiat has good engineer.who work for them. I think fiat if they stay in the usa and make they own cars they should become one of the best companies in the country. I think people want a compact car from fiat and a people holuor aka suv, and I think fiat should sell like "hotcakes" but I think that it should sell because of the multair

neubauerjoseph
04-01-2012, 06:08 PM
Also if the Fiat Multair is as good as they say, I think we will believe it when we see it number of shapes and sizes. I think when we see it on a full compact size car and as well as a full size car. I think for me the multair is a great engine, because it sound great and it offers power when you need it and eco also when you need it.