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Small Gasoline Engine
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Overview
Manufacturer General Motors
MG Motor
Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation
Hirata Corporation
Also called Microtec
Production 2013 (2013)–present
Combustion chamber
Configuration Straight-3
Straight-4
Displacement
  • 999 cc (61.0 cu in)
  • 1,117 cc (68.2 cu in)
  • 1,399 cc (85.4 cu in)
  • 1,490 cc (90.9 cu in)
Cylinder bore 74 mm (2.91 in)
Piston stroke
  • 77.4 mm (3.05 in)
  • 81.3 mm (3.20 in)
  • 86.6 mm (3.41 in)
Cylinder block alloy Aluminium
Cylinder head alloy Aluminium
Valvetrain DOHC
Compression ratio 10.0:1 - 12.5:1
Combustion
Fuel system
Fuel type
Oil system Wet sump
Cooling system Water cooled
Output
Power output 55–121 kW (75–165 PS)
Torque output 95–249 N·m (70–184 lb·ft)
Chronology
Predecessor S-TEC
Family 0

The GM Small Gasoline Engine (SGE) is a family of small-displacement three- and four-cylinder gasoline engines ranging from 1.0 L to 1.5 L, developed by Adam Opel AG, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC), MG Motor (MG), Shanghai GM (SGM) and the Pan-Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC).[1]

The new global family is designed to improve fuel economy, performance, and emissions, reduce noise and vibrations. To achieve this, it features lightweight design and advanced technologies like gasoline direct injection, turbocharging, variable length intake manifold and alternative fuel compatibility. It utilizes modular approach with interchangeable components that can be suited to specific application.

The initial engine variants include 1.0 L (999 cc) I3 DI DCVCP turbo (77.4 mm stroke), 1.1 L (1118 cc) I3 PFI (86.6 mm stroke), 1.4 L (1399 cc) I4 DI DCVCP turbo (81.3 mm stroke) and 1.5 L (1490 cc) I4 PFI (86.6 mm stroke). All are derived from just two blocks (three and four cylinder) sharing a common 74-mm bore with 81-mm bore spacing. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries provides one-stage single-scroll turbocharger.[2]

To aid with NVH (Noise, vibration, and harshness) levels the direct injection fuel rail mounts to the cylinder head and valve cover via bushings that isolate that loud ticking noise the injector pintles make. GM claims that the 1.0-liter turbo is 25 percent (3 dBA) quieter than the Ford Fiesta’s 1.0-liter turbo, and the 1.4-liter is up to 50 percent (6 dBA) quieter than the VW/Audi 1.4-liter turbo. Other silencing measures include a bed-plate cylinder block that increases stiffness, a stiffened aluminum front cam cover. Three-cylinder variants get a counter-rotating (engine-speed) balance shaft that’s integrated with the oil pump and located inside the two-piece aluminum oil pan to prevent radiated noise. GM assure the EcoTec triple will idle more smoothly than Ford’s three-cylinder, which does not use a shaft.[2]

All turbocharged variants will provide 90 percent of their max torque between 1500 and 5000 rpm, with peak power arriving between 5600 and 6000 rpm. The MHI turbos are sized to provide quick torque response, and are mounted very close to the cylinders, thanks to cylinder heads that incorporate the exhaust manifolds in the head.[2]

To reduce mass, the engines are compact in all directions, made almost entirely of aluminum, and feature composite intake manifolds. This removes 44 pounds (20 kg) from the existing 1.4-liter turbo in the Cruze and makes it 8 pounds (3,6 kg) lighter than the 1.4-liter VW turbo. GM say this engine weighs 216 pounds (98 kg), ready for installation.[2]

The engines will first debut in the 2014 Opel Adam [3] and will be produced in Szentgotthárd, Hungary[4][5] and GM's Flint Engine plant.[6] The new engine family will spread to other brands and markets by the end of the decade and will replace three separate engine families (S-TEC, Family 0, and Family 1).

The engine is used in:

The assembly lines for North American facilities were manufactured by Hirata Corporation at their powertrain facility in Kumamoto, Japan.

I4[edit]

1.4[edit]

LV7[edit]

The LV7 is the multi-point fuel injection 1.4L naturally aspirated variant of the SGE engine, with a 74mm bore and 81.3mm stroke for a total capacity of 1399cc. Compression ratio is 10.6:1 and the engine can run on regular unleaded grade gasoline. Assembly is in Changwon, South Korea.

Year(s) Model Power Torque Dyno Chart
2016- Chevrolet Spark 73 kW (98 hp) @ 6200 RPM 94 lbf·ft (128 N·m) @ 4400 RPM dyno chart

LE2[edit]

The LE2 is the direct-injection 1.4L turbocharged variant of the SGE engine, with a 74mm bore and 81.3mm stroke for a total capacity of 1399cc. Compression ratio is 10.0:1 and the engine can run on regular grade gasoline. The LE2 is also paired with Start-Stop technology in some vehicles.

Year(s) Model Power Torque Dyno Chart
2016- Buick Encore Sport Touring 114 kW (153 hp) @ 5600 RPM 177 lbf·ft (240 N·m) @ 2000-4000 RPM
2016- Chevrolet Cruze 114 kW (153 hp) @ 5600 RPM 177 lbf·ft (240 N·m) @ 2000-4000 RPM dyno chart

1.5[edit]

L3A[edit]

The L3A is the direct injection 1.5L naturally aspirated variant of the SGE engine used in the second generation Chevrolet Volt, with a 74mm bore and 86.6mm stroke for a total capacity of 1490cc. Compression ratio is 12.5:1 and the engine can run on regular unleaded grade gasoline. Maximum engine speed is 6000 RPM.

Year(s) Model Power Torque Dyno Chart
2016- Chevrolet Volt 75 kW (100 hp) @ 5600 RPM 103 lbf·ft (140 N·m) @ 4300 RPM

LFV[edit]

The LFV is a direct-injection cast aluminum DOHC 1.5 L turbocharged SGE variant, with a 74mm bore and 86.6mm stroke for a total capacity of 1490cc. Compression ratio is 10.0:1 and the engine can run on regular unleaded grade gasoline. Maximum engine speed is 6500 RPM. Automatic Start-Stop is available with this engine. Assembly is in Toluca (Mexico), Springhill (Tennessee) and Flint (Michigan).

Year(s) Model Power Torque Dyno Chart
2016- Chevrolet Malibu 122 kW (163 hp) @ 5700 RPM 184 lbf·ft (250 N·m) @ 2000-4000 RPM dyno chart
2016- Buick Envision 126 kW (169 hp) @ 5600 RPM 184 lbf·ft (250 N·m) @ 1700-4000 RPM dyno chart

LYX[edit]

The LYX is a direct-injection cast aluminum DOHC 1.5 L turbocharged SGE variant, with a 74mm bore and 86.6mm stroke for a total capacity of 1490cc. Compression ratio is 7.6:1 and uses regular unleaded gasoline.

Year(s) Model Power Torque Dyno Chart
2018- Chevrolet Equinox 127 kW (170 hp) @ 5600 RPM 203 lbf·ft (275 N·m) @ 2000–4000 RPM
2018- GMC Terrain 127 kW (170 hp) @ 5600 RPM 203 lbf·ft (275 N·m) @ 2000–4000 RPM

Opel[edit]

Variant # cylinder Bore
and stoke (mm)
CC Aspiration Compression Ratio of
PS
/rpm
torque
Nm/rpm
Applications Years of
production
B10XF 3 cylinder
in line
74x77.4 999 Naturally aspirated
Indirect Injection
10.5 75/6500 96/4500 Opel Karl from 03/2015
B10XFL Direct Injection
turbocharger
90/
3700-6000
170/
1800-3700
Opel Adam 1.0 SGE from 11/2014
Opel Corsa E 1.0 SGE Turbo from 11/2014
105/5000 170/
1800-4250
Opel Astra K 1.0 Turbo from 07/2015
B10XFT 115/
5000-6000
170/
1800-4500
Opel Adam 1.0 SGE from 11/2014
Opel Corsa E 1.0 SGE Turbo (115 CV) from 11/2014
B14XE 4 cylinder
in line
74x81.3 1399 Naturally aspirated
Indirect Injection
10.6 101/6000 130/4000 Opel Astra K 1.4 16v from 07/2015
B14XFL Direct Injection
turbocharger
10 125/
4000-5600
245/
2000-3500
Opel Astra K 1.4 Turbo from 07/2015
B14XFT 150/
5000-5600
Opel Astra K 1.4 Turbo from 07/2015

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