Self Study Program 920113 – The 6.3L W12 FSI Engine
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A 12-cylinder engine is the pinnacle of engine design and a hallmark of luxury class vehicles. Twelve-cylinder engines have been used in the Audi A8 model line since 2001.
Over time, Audi’s engineers have thoroughly revised the W12, increasing its displacement
to 6.3 liters and equipping it with direct fuel injection for greater power and efficiency.
The 6.3L W12 FSI engine gives the 2011 A8L sports car performance: zero to 60 in just under 4.9 seconds and an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).
The engine is exceptionally smooth running, and only at high engine loads and speeds do
the car’s occupants sense any of this supreme power at work.
The high fuel economy of the 6.3L W12 FSI engine, when compared with its competitors,
is mainly the result of technologies from Audi’s modular efficiency platform, which is used
throughout the A8 model line.
- 6.3L W12 FSI Engine
- Cylinder Block
- Pistons and Connecting Rods
- Chain Drive
- Crankcase Breather
- Fine Oil Separation
- Cylinder Head
- Oil Supply
- Oil Circuit
- Oil Pump
- Air Supply
- Intake Air Flow System
- Secondary Air System
- Vacuum Supply
- Cooling System
- Coolant Thermostat
- Fuel System
- Fuel Rails
- High Pressure Injectors
- Engine Management
- System Overview
- Exhaust System
- Exhaust Flaps
- Special Tools
- Knowledge Assessment
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All values given are intended as a guideline only.
For maintenance and repair work, always refer to current technical literature.