In US traditional units of measure a non supercharged gas engine producing 232 lbs ft of torque would have to be an equivalent cubic inch displacement, i.e. 230 cubes. No matter how crude or sophisticated its design. That would occur between 2000 and 3000 rpm. Only by holding on to that BMEP figure into a higher rev regime can an actual horsepower advantage be realized. Your 2770 cc BPM is by this rationale unlikely to develop greater than 180 lbs ft of torque, far less than quoted.
Cisitalia 202D specs
|Curb weight||850 kg (1874 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.50 m (177 in) long|
|Wheelbase||2.45 m (96 in)|
|Top speed||221 kph (137 mph)|
|Engine type||BPM Inline-4|
|Displacement||2.8 l (169 ci / 2772 cc)|
|Power||160 ps (158 bhp / 118 kw) @ 5300 rpm|
|Torque||315 Nm (232 lb-ft) @ 3800 rpm|
|Power / liter||58 ps (57 hp)|
|Power / weight||188 ps (186 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||371 Nm (273 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||4 Speed Manual|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
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Onaroll 4y ago
Shaggy 8y ago
@ Super8: I've heard of the Gran Sport version of this car.
Super8 8y ago
Rare and fast. This is the fastest Cisitalia I ever found. It also has the biggest engine. The car spec is very rare and the car pic can't be found in google so, this probably the chance for you to see this car. The good think about this car, now you can beat an agent driving Jaguar Mark I with this one since it's lighter and can speed up to 137 mph.