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In case of the NEDC (Figure 10, top), a similar distribution of the load points in the region of low engine speeds and loads is present, independently from operation with or without water injection due to the generally low power request.
From 2021, the framework will switch completely to WLTP but even then, the results will be correlated back to an NEDC value using the post processing "CO2mpas" tool.
Compared to the NEDC there is no specific distinction between urban, rural or motorway; the cycle is viewed as a whole.
Thus, the opportunity to apply the passive engine-off coasting feature is very minimal during the NEDC.
Data of engine speed, fuel flow rate and engine-out coolant temperature, regarding NEDC tests of a small car equipped with the same spark ignition engine that was used in the reported simulations, were available from industry confidential reports in the framework of the cooperative research project PON01_01517, CUP: B21H11000400005, with financial support of the European Commission.
The highest thermal efficiency of gasoline is about 40% on engine test bed, while on vehicle the thermal efficiency is about 20% under NEDC cycle.
On NEDC it was 25 seconds, which was just ridiculous.
These really point to the deficiencies of the NEDC economy tests for measuring cars like this, rather than the real world abilities of the GTE.
The three-litre V6 engine in the Cayenne Diesel produces 245hp from 3,800 to 4,400 rpm and has a NEDC fuel consumption of 7.
Through this program, dance families at NEDC can get gifts towards their dancer's tuition.
The vehicle reaches a top speed of 254 km/h, and its NEDC fuel consumption figures are between 9.