Recent Examples of turbo from the Web
But the engine character is all wrong—the desert of torque at low revs, the peaky power band, the pernicious waste-gate flatulence—and the turbo lag is shattering.
Of his 62 career victories, which rank second to Schumacher’s 91, 40 have come since 2014 when F1 adopted its current turbo hybrid engines.
Up to speed: The 3.0-liter V-6 twin turbo engine creates a respectable 300 horsepower.
Looking nothing like anything in McLaren's current line-up, the McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo is powered by a 4.0L twin-turbo V8—these presumably haven't been banned in 2030—combined with electric motors for the front wheels.
The Mazda’s naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder feels much more responsive than the Honda’s 1.5-liter turbo-four.
The base turbo four-cylinder coupe starts at $26,900; the V-6 adds $1495 to that price, and the mighty V-8 costs $37,900 to start.
The i8 is powered by a three-cylinder turbo and an electric motor that combine to deliver 357 horsepower and a substantial 420 lb./ft of torque.
Ever the turbo mom, Witherspoon took the Instagram's to share her happiness.
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Origin and Etymology of turbo
First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
Definition of turbo-
- turbojet engine
Origin and Etymology of turbo-
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