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6-litre turbocharged engines will be first to employ the CVVD technology, optimising valve opening and closing sequences to better suit a wide range of operating conditions from eco-driving to performance modes.
CVVD is a fatal disease of the central nervous system of deer and elk.
CVVD provides an additional level of efficiency on top of advanced GDi fuel injection, which delivers highly pressurized fuel directly into the combustion chamber, rather than via an inlet manifold, and turbocharging, which uses a turbine to force additional air into the combustion chamber.