Subaru SVX 1992 Design Interior Exterior

Subaru SVX 1992 Design Interior Exterior – The Subaru SVX is the nearest thing we’ve gotten to one these previous couple of decades. I discover the similarity to the XM more than fortuitous. Which is somewhat odd considering that the XM beat the SVX to the business sector by a couple of years (1989). What’s more, the XM was styled by Bertone, while main adversary Giorgetto Giugiaro’s Ital outline did the SVX. Given the Subaru‘s “air ship motivated glass-to-glass shelter” with the exceptionally unordinary windows inside windows, the SVX was very “Citroen” then the genuine article.

The SVX’s motor was a further advancement of the boxer six that initially appeared in the XT6 a couple of years prior. Presently it brandished DOHC heads and 3.3 liters, however its 230 hp weren’t precisely weighty, notwithstanding for the times (and cost). What’s more, because of its battle with weight (3600 lbs), execution was more garde than avant. Zero to sixty came in 7.3 seconds; the quarter mile in 15.4/92 mph. Clearly, the SVX wasn’t going to offer the execution to bucks proportion of a Mustang GT.

Subaru’s manual transmission wasn’t up to the H6’s turn, so it was programmed as it were. The word in the city is that the programmed is overemphasized as well, and extremely delicate. Purchaser be careful! Furthermore, in spite of the fact that imagined as an AWD all-the-time car, Subaru sold some FWD renditions amid ’94-’95 with an end goal to hold the cost down. It was still excessively steep, and the business sector for autos like this was simply softening endlessly amid the nineties.

BODYWORK
body type 2+2 seater fixed-head coupé
number of doors 2
designer Giugiaro
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS
mm inches
wheelbase 2610 102.8
track/tread (front) 1501 59.1
track/tread (rear) 1481 58.3
length 4625 182.1
width 1770 69.7
height 1300 51.2
ground clearance 135 5.3
length:wheelbase ratio 1.77
kerb weight 1600 kg 3527 lb
weight distribution 60 % front
fuel tank capacity 70 litres 15.4 UK Gal 18.5 US Gal
AERODYNAMICS
drag coefficient 0.29
ENGINE
engine type naturally aspirated petrol
engine manufacturer Subaru
engine code EJ33
cylinders Flat 6
capacity 3.3 litre
3319 cc
(202.538 cu in)
bore × stroke 96.9 × 75 mm
3.81 × 2.95 in
bore/stroke ratio 1.29
double overhead camshaft (DOHC)
4 valves per cylinder
24 valves in total
maximum power output
(din)
230 PS (227 bhp) (169 kW)
at 5600 rpm
specific output
(din)
68.4 bhp/litre
1.12 bhp/cu in
maximum torque
(din)
309 Nm (228 ft·lb) (31.5 kgm)
at 4800 rpm
specific torque
(din)
93.1 Nm/litre
1.13 ft·lb/cu3
compression ratio 10.1:1
fuel system MPFi
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 1169.9 kPa (169.7 psi)
crankshaft bearings 7
engine coolant Water
unitary capacity 553.17 cc
aspiration Normal
compressor N/A
intercooler None
catalytic converter Y
PERFORMANCE
acceleration 0-80km/h (50mph) 6.4 s
acceleration 0-60mph 8.7 s
acceleration 0-160km/h (100mph) 23.20 s
standing quarter-mile 16.7 s
standing kilometre 30.1 s
maximum speed 232 km/h (144 mph)
power-to-weight ratio 143.85 PS/g
105.8 kW/g
141.88 bhp/ton
0.06 bhp/lb
weight-to-power ratio 9.45 kg/kW
15.79 lb/bhp
FUEL CONSUMPTION
fuel consumption 7.4/9.0/14.6 l/100km 90km/h / 120km/h / urban
universal consumption (calculated from the above)
litres per 100km 7.4/9.0/14.6 l/100km 90kmph/120kmph/urban
km per litre 13.5/11.1/6.8 km/l 90kmph/120kmph/urban
uk mpg 38.2/31.4/19.3 UK MPG 90kmph/120kmph/urban
us mpg 31.8/26.1/16.1 US MPG 90kmph/120kmph/urban
calculatedco2 291.39 g/km
CHASSIS
engine position front
engine layout longitudinal
drive wheels all wheel drive
torque split 35/65
steering rack & pinion PAS
turns lock-to-lock 3.100
turning circle 10.80 m
front suspension I.MS.CS.ARB.
rear suspension I.MS.TrLi.TA.ARB.
wheel size front 7.5J x 16
wheel size rear 7.5J x 16
tyres front 225/50 ZR 16
tyres rear 225/50 ZR 16
brakes f/r VeDi/VeDi-S-ABS
front brake diameter 302 mm
rear brake diameter 290 mm
gearbox 4 speed automatic
top gear ratio 0.69
final drive ratio 3.70

Subaru SVX 1992 Design Interior Exterior

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