It is no secret that all past decades in our country has passed under the sign of tightening environmental requirements for vehicles. Therefore, many people have a question when there will be a transition of cars to a higher environmental class, as this will directly affect the wallet of a simple motorist.
Today, all cars manufactured in the Russian Federation correspond to the Euro-5 class. By the way, in neighboring China, the requirements for a similar class also work. But if you carefully follow the automotive information ribbon, then the fact that a number of domestic oil companies have begun in 2018, the production of fuel corresponding to the Euro-6 environmental class has begun. And automakers working in the Russian Federation, in constant mode, reports that they began to produce the sixth grade technique. The latter in chronology came from Kaluga from Volvo East.
Thus, everything indirectly or directly signals that there is ahead of the toughening of environmental requirements. Moreover, our country has put his signature under the Paris Agreement on Climate and pledged to reduce by 2030 to 70% of the 1990 level of greenhouse gas emissions.
The car enthusiasts are already well aware that such tighteners lead to a layer of previous ideas. An example of Europe, where from 2015 introduced Euro-6, and from the new 2021, the more rigid EURO-6D temp will be introduced, shows which the evolution of cars will be.
While we are in the wonder that there are low-volume turbocharged engines on a passenger car, as our acute citizens «Turbozhviki» called them. In principle, the normatives of Euro-6 can also perform conventional atmospheric gasoline engines.
It must be understood that in Europe a few peculiar approach. There, emissions are calculated under the entire range of cars and compliance with its requirements. Therefore, a number of cars, which spoil statistics — powerful sports cars, large crossovers and other models with more voted engines are «washed out» from model rows. Even if we assume that European approaches will be introduced in Russia, then in the model ranks produced by foreign manufacturers in our country, there are actually there are such cars. As you know, it is shifted in the direction of mass models.
Today, in Western automakers, a fierce discussion is a fierce discussion, and is it worth refusing to develop internal combustion engines in the light of transition to electric vehicles? For example, Mercedes-Benz has already declared the development of new gasoline engines.
On the contrary, the competitor of Mercedes-Benz Bavarian kopania Audi believes the mouth of his head of the research and development of Marcus Dyusmann, that since the demand for cars with DVS is, including on modifications with diesel engines, refuse them prematurely. However, in line with growing environmental requirements, it becomes all overlaid every time, and in some segments such motors clearly lost their appeal. The top manager also believes that diesel cars will still be more popular in Europe, until they are finally banned, but in emerging markets, cars with gasoline engines will continue the greatest demand.
In general, the German top manager showed what path to Russia, where gasoline cars will be in demand for a long time. But in turn, the next question arises. Since the Russian car industry has become a car industry of foreign automakers, then what motors will be transmitted to us?
The stormy discussion has not yet been silent about the new 1.3-L engine, which is installed on the new Renault Arkana / Kaptur crossovers.
Literally the Russian automotive community was divided into two camps. Some categorically counter and wish to return a 2-liter proven unit to the pumpapot space. Others take a new engine, indicating that he has not badly shown himself on other Renault and Mercedes-Benz models. Recall that given
This motor is suitable for the requirements adopted in the Russian Federation (Euro-5) and under promising (Euro-6). That is, in other words, if you organize his release in our country, for example,
However, nothing stands on the spot. It turns out that in the future, environmental requirements in Europe and other developed countries will be tougher. Since 2026, a new EURO-7 emission standard will be adopted. Automakers today begin to prepare for this Euro-7. The same Renault is working on the engine with the name 1.2 TCE.
What is known about him? The turbated three-cylinder engine with an internal designation HR12 is based on a modern three-cylinder engine 1.0 TCE (internally HR10), which is installed on the Renault Clio / Captur model, and now
Engine 1.2 TCE is intended for use in larger RENAULT models. The first new three-cylinder engine 1.2 TCE will receive the next generation of Kadjar crossover. The new compact crossover must debut somewhere at the turn of 2021 and 2022. It is possible that over time it will also appear in the model range of the new Nissan Qashqai, which should divide the platform with Renault Kadjar.
In general, the history of environmental standards continues, well, and we have nothing to do, how to fly in the tail of events and spend through the years transfers of tested solutions.