3-litre all-alloy engine features twin overhead camshafts, 16 valves and Dynamic Variable Valve Timing, which gives sporty and smooth high-rev performance, yet maximises pulling power at low speeds.
What does DVVT stand for?
DVVT stands for Dynamic Variable Valve Timing (Daihatsu)
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- Don Van Vliet (aka Captain Beefheart)
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- Domestic Violence Victim Fund (Virginia)
- Deutscher Vertriebsleiter Verkaufsleiter Kongress (German)
- Data, Voice, and Video Networking (Texas; Lamar University department)
- Double Variable Valve Timing (automotive engineering)
- Dee Valley Water (UK)
- Dee Vine Wines (San Francisco, CA)
- Deutscher Verein für Vermessungswesen eV (German Surveying Association)
- Digital Video Workshop (hands-on class)
- Discount Video Warehouse
- Dynamic Virtual Worlds
- Delaware Valley Weimaraner Club (Pennsylvania)
- Deschutes Valley Water District (Oregon)
- Delaware Valley Wholesale Florist
- Deutsche Verkehrswissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (German)
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3 litre Dynamic Variable Valve Timing unit also found in the Toyota Yaris.
Helped by Dynamic Variable Valve Timing (DVVT), the engine receives a massive boost to mid-range response thanks to a free-flow air filter and modified electronic con-trol unit (ECU).
3 litre engine with Dynamic Variable Valve Timing and standard features include full-time four-wheel drive, power steering, driver and passenger airbags, alloy wheels, tinted glass and electric front windows and door mirrors.