Toyota VD Engine

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1VD-FTV[edit]

1FV-FTV engine
Twin-turbo version of the 1VD-FTV engine

The Toyota 1VD-FTV engine is the first V8 diesel engine produced by Toyota. It is a 32-Valve DOHC, with Common Rail fuel injection and either one or two Variable geometry turbochargers.

Vehicles and Availability[edit]

The single-turbo variant of this engine was first used in Australia commencing March 2007, fitted to the 70-series Land Cruiser range. The engine is available in Australia, India, Central and South America.

The twin-turbo variant saw its first use in September 2007 fitted to the 200-series Land Cruiser wagon, which is available in various worldwide markets. It is also installed in some variants of the Lexus LX570 wagon.

Specifications[edit]

  • Designation: 1VD-FTV
  • Type: V8 DOHC 32 Valve Variable Geometry Intercooled Turbo Diesel
  • Displacement: 4,461 cc (272 cu in)
  • Compression ratio: 16.8:1
  • Bore x Stroke (mm): 86 x 96
  • Fuel System: Common Rail Direct Injection
  • Maximum power: Single turbo: 151 kW (202 hp) @ 3400 rpm;[1] Twin turbo: 195 kW (261 hp) at 3400 rpm[2]
  • Maximum torque: Single turbo: 430 N·m (317 lb·ft) @ 1200-3200 rpm;[1] Twin turbo: 650 N·m (479 lb·ft) @ 1600-2600 rpm[2]
  • Fuel Consumption (ADR81/02 combined): Single turbo: 11.9 l/100 km (23.7 mpg-imp; 19.8 mpg-US);[1] Twin turbo: 10.3 l/100 km (27.4 mpg-imp; 22.8 mpg-US)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "LC70 Specification Summary" (PDF). Toyota Motor Corporation of Australia. 9 June 2010. Retrieved 17 June 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c "LC200 Specification Summary" (PDF). Toyota Motor Corporation of Australia. 29 January 2010. Retrieved 17 June 2010. 

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