Anti-Lag – How Hyundai Eliminates Turbo Lag
How Anti-Lag Works – Ignition Delay ALS Turbo Lag
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The 2019 Hyundai Veloster N not only crackles, snaps, and pops as you shift through the gears, it’s also doing something very useful: keeping the turbocharger spooled up. Yes, the Veloster N, when operating in "N" mode, does in fact have an anti-lag system. The ALS works through ignition delay to ensure the turbo maintains boost when you lift off the throttle. The ignition delay allows for combustion to occur partially within the exhaust manifold, which is why you hear pops from the exhaust. The hot hatch features a 2.0L turbo with up to 275 horsepower (base 250 HP) and 260 lb-ft of torque. The car features an electronically controlled suspension with various damping settings, and with the performance package you get an electronic limited slip differential, a variable induction system, performance summer tires developed specifically with Hyundai, and of course the anti-lag system! Check out the video for all about how it works!
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August 12, 2018 at 05:30PM