How many horsepower is 307 cc?
|Peugeot 307 CC 2.0i 16v Engine Technical Data|
|Compression Ratio :||10.8|
|Maximum power – Output – Horsepower :||140 PS or 138 bhp or 103 kW @ 6000 rpm|
|Maximum torque :||200 Nm or 147 lb.ft @ 4000 rpm|
|Drive wheels – Traction – Drivetrain :||FWD|
How much power does a WRC car have?
Rally cars used in WRC are capable of up to 380 HP, or 280 kW, of power. They do this at around 6,000 RPM, with maximum torque estimated to be around 450 Nm, but certainly more than 425 Nm. However, they are limited to these numbers, mostly for safety and cost reasons, through the use of air restrictors.
What is a WRC engine?
World Rally Cars are equipped with 1.6-liter direct-injection turbocharged engines, and all cars—including the Yaris WRC—make use of inline four-cylinder engines mounted in a transverse position. In order to limit output, cars are fitted with air restrictors measuring 36 millimeters in diameter.
How fast do WRC cars accelerate?
Rallycross A rallycross car is an out-and-out sprinter. Everything – the engine, the differential, the tyres, the tyre pressures – is optimized for maximum acceleration and all-surface grip so it can compete in short bursts over a small course. It accelerates from 0 to 100kph in less than two seconds, generating 1.4G.
What kind of car is a Peugeot 307 WRC?
The Peugeot 307 WRC is a rally car which competed in the World Rally Championship for only two seasons (2004 and 2005) as a factory entry, replacing the championship-winning Peugeot 206 WRC. The 307 WRC scored three WRC wins in a hands of Marcus Gronholm, before Peugeot left the world championship at the end of 2005.
What kind of gearbox does Peugeot 307 have?
In the 307 WRC, Peugeot was using a 5-speed Hewland sequential gearbox, which was located at the rear of the engine in a transverse position, contrary to the one on the 206 WRC, which was in a longitudinal position. The power was transferred to all four wheels.
When did the 307 CC come out in China?
The 307 CC, a cabriolet with a retractable hardtop, was launched in August 2003, to compete against the new European coupé cabriolets . A new, four door saloon version of the 307, was launched in China in June 2004.
What is the difference between the 307 CC and the saloon?
Although heavier than the saloon, like any coupé cabriolet the 307 CC requires a certain number of stiffeners; the 307 WRC project benefited from the new legislation which increased the minimum legal weight of the body to 320 kg. The folding parts forming the roof of the cabriolet are now fixed.