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Designed with many new components for fuel-efficient turbocharging, BorgWarner's R3S turbocharging system consists of two small high-pressure variable turbine geometry turbochargers integrated with one larger low-pressure turbocharger.
In 2006 the 911 Turbo was introduced; it is said to be the first gasoline-powered production car to have a turbocharger with variable turbine geometry.
BorgWarner Turbo Systems, located in Kirchheimbolanden, Germany, was honored for its high quality, reliability and outstanding performance as well as its innovative partnership with Porsche in the development of the world s first mass-produced variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbocharger for gasoline engines.
Offering 147bhp and plenty of pull from 1,800 revs, the engine employs electrically-actuated variable turbine geometry for a lively response, and it certainly delivers.
8-litre engine now has direct injection like all the 911 engines and has twin turbos with variable turbine geometry (a first for a petrol engine, according to Porsche).
These technologies, as well as the variable turbine geometry applied to the MINI Cooper D's turbocharger, combine to make a torquey, yet economical and lowemitting sports hatch.
The electronically controlled variable turbine geometry BV50 turbocharger engine was developed in cooperation with BorgWarner Turbo and Emissions Systems in Germany and SeohanWarner Turbo Systems, Ltd.
BorgWarner's powerful turbocharging system consists of two small BV45 high-pressure variable turbine geometry turbochargers integrated with one larger B2 low-pressure water-cooled turbocharger.