SKYACTIV-X: SPCCI | Compression-ignition Engine | Mazda Canada

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Even after more than 100 years of internal combustion engine technology, Mazda believes there’s plenty of progress still to be made. To that end, Mazda launched SKYACTIV Technology in the fall of 2010—a suite of technologies that made the United States’ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) name its vehicles the most fuel efficient in the U.S.

And now Mazda is moving the goalposts again with its breakthrough SKYACTIV-X engine, the world’s first commercially available compression-ignition gasoline engine.

Learn more here: https://www.mazda.ca/en/inside-mazda/mazda-skyactiv-x/

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Comments

totszwai says:

That’s no compression ignition… is the same old spark plug ignition. You are just doing it differently…

Antoch89 says:

Great Job Mazda! This is the right way! Greating from germany

gwot says:

so…. it’s just a higher compression gas engine? or what am i missing here… it still has a spark plug, so it’s not compression ignition?

Philip H Tse says:

It is indeed very impressive what Mazda has done with the Skyactiv technology, but I wish Mazda had focused their resources and expertise in developing pure electric drive instead. Fossil fuel is so last century, and its days are numbered. I have been a big fan of Mazda for many years, and I have owned five Mazda vehicles. I am planning to purchase a pure electric car in two or three years. It doesn’t look like Mazda will make it on my list. That’s unfortunate. I would buy a pure electric RX-9 in a heart beat.

Ein Google Nutzer says:

Is exactly the power comes only from the socket …;)
The internal combustion engine will be with us for several decades, so the way of mazda is only logical.

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