The fact that among car manufacturers there is a trend for turbocharged engines is mainly evidenced by numbers. For example: in the Renault Megane offer, up to 10 available drive units up to 9 are equipped with a turbine. Similar proportions are characteristic of many other cars sold in Europe. Several factors affect this. The first of these are strict flue gas standards that require manufacturers to look for pro-ecological solutions. No less important is pressure from consumers expecting high-performance cars and low fuel consumption at the same time.
A good response to market requirements is the recharging of the engines, which allows the cylinder to deliver much more air. In this way, combustion of the mixture takes place more effectively, and as a result, the vehicle stands out above all above the above-average torque. Therefore, the car is more dynamic, and the increase in performance is occupied by a smaller increase in fuel combustion than it would be in the case of increased engine capacity.
The development of turbocharging technology has also initiated the idea of downsizing, and thus limiting the mentioned displacement. One of the leaders in this category is Ford. Motors 1.0 Ecoboost from the American manufacturer generate as much as 140 hp in the top versions and this using only three cylinders.