What engines are used in Bathurst?
All cars currently use a 5.0-litre, naturally aspirated, V8-engine with indirect electronic fuel injection, capable of producing between 460 and 485 kW (620–650 bhp) at the maximum allowed 7500rpm.
What engines are in V8 Supercars?
What engines do V8 Supercars use? The current V8 Supercars engine specifications have, like the engines themselves, been fine-tuned over the past 28 years. Both the Ford Mustang and Holden Commodore use a 5.0-litre V8 engine that has been specifically created for racing, with many bespoke parts.
How much horsepower does a Bathurst car have?
The wildly-powerful concept has four electric engines pumping out 1340 horsepower and 3240 Nm of torque, fitted to a carbon fibre and Kevlar body. The predicted performance figures are a 0-100 km/h time of just 1.25s, a top speed of 480 km/h and a Mount Panorama lap time of 1m29. 30s.
What engine is in a V8 Super ute?
The series announced further changes for the 2020 season, with the turbo diesel engine to be replaced by a LS3 V8 Engine in an attempt to reconnect with fans of the V8 Utes era. The ownership of the series also transferred from Supercars Championship to the team owners themselves.
How much is a V8 Supercar engine?
ENGINE – $150,000 The 5-litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine is the most expensive element of a modern supercar, despite its relatively simple – and largely outdated in terms of its relevance to production road cars – pushrod design.
Are all V8 Supercars the same?
Under the ‘Car of the Future’ rulebook all Supercars run the same set of technical specifications.
What is the top speed at Bathurst?
V8 Supercars reach speeds of up to 290 km/h (180 mph) before the braking point for Griffins Bend. In the days before modern aerodynamics, drivers would have to lift off the throttle to prevent becoming airborne over the crest halfway up the straight.
What engines do the Super Utes have?