A line can be drawn directly from the Audi A4 4-Cyl. 2.0L turbo engine to the infamous Audi Quattro of rallyingâ€™s golden age. A dominant force through the 80’s in the World Rally Championship, and credited with revolutionizing the sport with its four-wheel drive Quattro system. Audi also developed the technical know-how for small displacement turbocharged motors. That knowledge is currently seen in every inch of the Audi A4 4-Cyl. 2.0L turbo engine.
With only 1982cc’s of displacement the Audi A4 4-Cyl. 2.0L turbo engine produces a whopping 211bhp due to the application of TFSI. Audi was the first automaker to combine both the use of turbocharging, and direct-injection on a single engine based largely on its continued Motorsports participation. Four years after its initial development in 2005, the Audi A4 4-Cyl. 2.0 litre turbo engine brought home the 2009 International Engine of the year Award in its category. Apart from the TFSI technology, the most current version of the Audi A4 4-Cyl. 2.0L turbo engine has been fitted with a dual stage valvelift system to help promote a more economical driving style.
With power door locks and window, satellite radio, stability control, traction control, and the 211bhp is backed up by 258lb/ft of torque at a low peak of 4500rpm. This means the Audi A4 4-Cyl. 2.0L turbo engine isnâ€™t only powerful, but flexible as well. The engine can also deliver a whopping 44mpg.