Dacia Concept

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Re: Dacia Concept

Post by Ramiro » 12 Jul 2011, 03:51

DACIA DUSTER COMPETITION CAR – TECHNICAL DATA

CHASSIS
Tubular steel chassis
Double wishbone suspension

ENGINE
Renault-Nissan Alliance VQ 30
Position: mid-rear
Six cylinders (V6)
Number of valves: 24
Cubic capacity: 2,987cc
Bore x stroke: 93mm x 73.3mm
Maximum power: 257kW EEC (350hp) at 7,500rpm
Maximum torque: 360Nm EEC at 5,500rpm

TRANSMISSION
Six-speed SADEV sequential gearbox

BRAKES
Front: 260mm-diameter vented steel discs
Rear: 265mm-diameter steel discs

WHEELS
5.5" x 16" (magnesium)
Tyres: Continental Racing Contact 3

DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT
Length: 4,001mm
Width: 1,900mm
Front/rear track: 1,690mm
Wheelbase: 2,500mm
Weight: 950kg
Fuel tank capacity: 25 litres
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Re: Dacia Concept

Post by George » 12 Jul 2011, 09:30

another Duster for competition - DACIA DUSTER 'NO LIMIT'
TECHNICAL DATA .CHASSIS .Tubular steel frame (25CD4S) .Double wishbone suspension .OHLINS TT 40 MK2 dampers ENGINE .Based on the Nissan GT-R's NISSAN VR 38 DETT block .3.8-litre V6, twin-turbo, four valves per cylinder .Bore x stroke: 95.5mm x 88.4mm .Peak power: 850hp at 7,000rpm .Maximum torque: 900Nm at 5,000rpm TRANSMISSION .Sequential six-speed SADEV gearbox .SADEV front differential BRAKES .Front: 355mm-diameter vented steel discs .Rear: 330mm-diameter vented steel discs WHEELS .Forged aluminium alloy (9''x18'') .Tyres: Pirelli (24/65-18) DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT .Length: 4,450mm .Width: 1,900mm .Front/rear track: 1,690mm .Wheelbase: 2,500mm .Weight: 950kg .Fuel tank: 80 litres
PARTNERS AND SPONSORS .Dacia .Eurodatacar .Motul .Pirelli .Renault Sport Technologies .Tork Engineering .BRM .Sodemo (which is this year celebrating the 35th anniversary not only of its activity but also of its collaboration with Renault Sport Technologies) .Sadev .SN Diffusion .Ohlins
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Re: Dacia Concept

Post by Ramiro » 18 Jul 2011, 11:43

Get the 3rd place in Peaks Peak is fantastic. The partnership between the Renault Sport Technologies and Dacia produced an off-road “Monster”.
The Dacia No Limit will be marketed later this year in Brazil.
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Re: Dacia Concept

Post by Ramiro » 24 Mar 2012, 04:15

Last Call for Dacia

The Dacia Lodgy, a compact MPV developed by the Romanian manufacturer Dacia, was officially launched at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show...
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Re: Dacia Concept

Post by Ramiro » 18 May 2012, 22:22

Marrakech
Proof and presentantion

Based on a new platform, the Lodgy is a front-wheel drive and is powered by a choice of 4-cylinder engines: a 1.5L diesel (in two variants) and two petrol engines, 1.6 L aspirated and 1.2 L turbocharged Energy TCe 115.
Lodgy is the first Dacia model to offer speed limiter, on the Laureate level, and navigation system with a 7-inch touchscreen display, as an option, as well as Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
The car will be available only in left-hand drive from launch, and with a choice of 5 and 7-seater models. It is manufactured at an all-new Renault/Dacia factory in Tangier, Morocco
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