All New Honda Brio Does Not Use A New Engine
Every year Brio continues to develop machines. Even though it is the same, Brio continues to improve it to make it more powerful and fuel efficient. The new All New Honda Brio model has bigger dimensions, but the engine is claimed to be powerful and fuel efficient. for example, improvements were made to a single valve with an expansion in the valve ratio (exhaust delay) for better fuel consumption, i.e. reducing friction in every part of the engine.
The 1.2L i-VTEC engine, he added, also has an improved zigzag pattern on the piston structure for a lighter insertion process and has a slimmer cam chain, additional chain-tensioner and auto-tensioner belt, and uses quality oil to reduce friction.
Honda also reduced the amount of emissions by combining the exhaust manifold with the cylinder head, and placing the catalytic converter directly under the exhaust manifold. Its function is to improve cooling in the combustion chamber.
The combustion problem in the All New Honda Brio engine was also improved, using anti-oxidation spark plugs and a mixture of air and gasoline in the valve via a single valve system. This engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 190 PS at 6,000 rpm for manual and CVT transmissions. The torque is 110 Nm at 4,800 rpm.
Honda developed the i-VTEC technology with a single valve at a low rpm so that the engine will get one intake valve per cylinder. This method works to speed up the combustion process because air and fuel are better mixed, which in turn makes fuel consumption more efficient. Interestingly, the All New Honda Brio engine has two intakes and two exhaust valves per cylinder.
At low rpm, the All New Honda Brio engine uses one intake valve per cylinder, resulting in a faster combustion process to improve fuel efficiency. In the mid to high rpm range, valve idling occurs for smoother acceleration.