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The new 2.0 CDTI BiTurbo engine has been equipped with a unique intercooler system. At low rpms an additional, water-cooled intercooler (pictured with small arrow) ensures that the small volume of air from the small turbo charger passes in a short and direct path to the combustion chamber. In the mid rpm range, the larger air stream from the bigger turbocharger is cooled by the bigger intercooler (pictured with larger arrow).
The engine air in the 2.0 CDTI BiTurbo is ideally adjusted according to the rpm range and the needs of the two turbochargers of different size. At low rpms (top picture) an additional intercooler, exclusively linked to the small turbocharger ensures that the small volume of air passes in a short and direct path to the combustion chamber. In the mid rpm range (middle picture) the bigger, very powerful turbocharger becomes increasingly involved. Its larger stream of air is cooled by the bigger, conventional intercooler.
When you add your car key to the Wallet app, Express Mode is turned on automatically. Express Mode allows you to use your car key without unlocking your device or authenticating with Face ID, Touch ID or a passcode.
The Car-Pass team is Belgian champion VW Fun Cup in the biplace category for the 6th time. During this season, 70 passengers also enjoyed a unique racing experience in complete safety. Thanks to our pilots and DRM for their excellent technical and logistical support.
It is of utmost importance that video play is used only while the vehicle is parked. This way, it cannot be a distraction to the driver. For example, watching videos inside a vehicle is a great way to pass time while waiting at a charging station. Another is waiting to pick up your food while it is being prepared. Or just waiting to pick someone up from a sports event or a shopping mall.
The easiest way to play videos on Android Auto is by installing an app called Android Auto Apps Downloader or AAAD. The purpose of this app is to allow you to download Android Auto third-party apps and correctly install them. It also grants you full access to all the features of the built-in touch screen in your car.
You must know, however, that AAAD is not available in the Google Play Store as it is an unsigned app. If this is no big deal to you as you would rather use the enhanced features of Android Auto, then you are good to go. The process is straightforward, unintrusive, and can be effortlessly reversed. The download link to AAAD is
AAAD has a free and pro version. If you go with the free version, you are allowed to download one app for free per month, whereas the pro version unlocks more features and all apps are available to you anytime.
All 1996 and newer model year gasoline and alternate fuel passenger cars and trucks are required to have OBD II systems. All 1997 and newer model year diesel fueled passenger cars and trucks are also required to meet the OBD II requirements. Additionally, a small number of 1994 and 1995 model year gasoline vehicles were equipped with OBD II systems. To verify that your vehicle is equipped with OBD II, you can look for the words "OBD II" on the emission control information label attached to the underside of the vehicle hood.
Yes. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) requires all 1996 and newer model year passenger cars and trucks sold in any state to meet the U.S. EPA OBD requirements. While U.S. EPA's OBD requirements differ slightly from California's OBD II requirements, systems designed to meet California's requirements are also accepted by U.S. EPA as meeting the federal requirements. In practice, virtually all vehicles sold in the U.S. are designed and certified to meet California's OBD II requirements, regardless of where in the U.S. they are sold. More information about U.S. EPA's OBD requirements can be found at the U.S. EPA OBD website.
In California, technicians are required to perform an OBD II check (visual and functional) during the Smog Check inspection. Specifically, the technician visually checks to make sure the warning light is functional, and then the Smog Check test equipment communicates with the on-board computer for fault information. If a fault is currently causing the light to be on, you need to have the malfunctioning component repaired before you can pass the inspection.Additionally, the vehicle stores information known as "readiness indicators" to indicate if the vehicle is ready for an inspection. If too many readiness indicators are "incomplete," the vehicle will fail the inspection because it means that the vehicle has not been operated enough since the on-board memory was last cleared to allow all of the OBD system checks to complete. This can occur if a fault has recently been repaired, or if you have recently had a dead, disconnected, or replaced battery. It does not necessarily mean that anything is wrong with your car - it simply means that the vehicle hasn't had a chance to run all of its self-diagnostics to confirm that everything is okay. The vehicle will need to be driven more before the vehicle can be tested to pass. Vehicle owners who fail Smog Check due to incomplete readiness indicators should drive their vehicle as they normally do for about a week or so to set these readiness indicators to "complete." If the incomplete readiness indicators were most likely not a result of a recently disconnected/replaced vehicle battery, or if the vehicle is not driven regularly, the vehicle owner may wish to seek repair technician help in setting readiness. The technician can access technical information from the vehicle manufacturer and should be able to advise the owner of specific driving patterns needed to set the indicators, or may be able to operate the vehicle (most likely on a dynamometer in the shop) to set the monitors. The technician will have access to a scan tool to determine which monitors have not completed.Smog Check inspections for 2000 and newer model year vehicles are now primarily based on an inspection of the OBD II system; tailpipe testing is no longer required. 1996 through 1999 model year gasoline vehicles receive both an OBD inspection and tailpipe testing. In addition, 2000 through 2007 model year medium-duty vehicles (vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating between 8,500 and 14,000 lbs.) with federal-only certified OBD systems may require both an OBD inspection and tailpipe test.
Feature descriptions and illustrations may refer to or show optional equipment not included in standard delivery. The information contained was accurate at the time of publishing. We reserve the right to make changes in design and equipment. The colors shown are approximate actual colors, only. Illustrated optional equipment is available at extra charge. Availability, technical features and equipment provided on our vehicles can vary or may only be available in certain countries or may be available at extra costs, only. For precise information on the equipment provided on our vehicles, please contact your local Opel dealer.* The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures mentioned comply with the WLTP test procedure, on the basis of which new vehicles are type approved from 1 September 2018. This WLTP procedure replaces the European drive cycle (NEDC), which was the test procedure used previously. Due to more realistic test conditions, the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions measured under the WLTP are, in many cases, higher compared to those measured under the NEDC. The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures may vary depending on actual conditions of use and on different factors such as: specific equipment, options and format of tires. Please contact your dealer for further information. For more information on WLTP click here ** The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures mentioned are determined according to the new test procedure WLTP and the relevant values are translated back into NEDC to allow the comparability with other vehicles. Please contact your dealer for the latest information. The values do not take into account in particular use and driving conditions, equipment or options and may vary depending on the format of tires. For more information on official fuel consumption and CO2 emission values, please read the guideline "Guideline for fuel consumption, CO2 emissions of new passenger cars" freely available in all point of sales.*** The range and electric consumption figures mentioned comply with the WLTP test procedure, on the basis of which new vehicles are type approved from 1 September 2018. They may vary depending on actual conditions of use and on different factors such as: speed, thermal comfort on board the vehicle, driving style, vehicle load and outside temperature. The charging time depends in particular on the power of the charger on board the vehicle, the charging cable and the type and power of the charging station used. Please contact your dealer for further information. For more information on WLTP click here **** The fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and range figures mentioned comply with the WLTP test procedure, on the basis of which new vehicles are type approved from 1 September 2018. This WLTP procedure replaces the European drive cycle (NEDC), which was the test procedure used previously. Due to more realistic test conditions, the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions measured under the WLTP are, in many cases, higher compared to those measured under the NEDC. The fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and range figures may vary depending on actual conditions of use and on different factors such as: charging frequency, driving style, speed, specific equipment, options, format of tires, outside temperature and thermal comfort on board the vehicle. Please contact your dealer for further information. For more information on WLTP click here Please note: All information was accurate and up to date at the time of publication. Opel reserves the right to alter specifications at any time, which may affect the data shown. All figures quoted relate to the EU base model with standard equipment. 2b1af7f3a8