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Hennessy Exorcist Dyno run

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Is this the start of a new automotive power race? In response to Dodge's headline grabbing Demon, Hennessy has introduced the 1000whp, Camaro-based 'Exorcist'.


Inside the SRT Demon

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Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Cars – Dodge, talks through some of the mechanical changes behind the fastest accelerating, and most-powerful muscle car ever; the 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.

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  • Following on from Graham Johnson's column in the latest issue of Engine Technology International (click here), do you think that CO2 emissions are the right focus for the automotive industry?
  • As part of its future powertrain plans, Mercedes-Benz is set to extend its gasoline particulate filter (GPF) technology across a wider range of engines. Will GPF technology be adopted as broadly amongst OEMs as DPF technology?
  • Should global governments be doing more to help OEMs and Tier suppliers achieve the targets that they have set?"
  • Is the UK's decision to leave the European Union likely to have a detrimental effect on investment in UK automotive R&D from multi-national and overseas companies?
  • With advancements in turbocharger technology over the past decade, is the supercharger dead?
  • As research into and development of synthetic fuels matures, will the eventual death of the IC engine be delayed?
  • Do legislative restraints imposed on passenger vehicles mean that diesel technology will likely only be for off-road and heavy-duty applications in the future?
  • Will the last naturally aspirated, IC passenger car engine be produced within the next decade?
  • Will the findings of Nissan's study, which says EV charging points will outnumber fuel stations in the UK by 2020, be reflected globally in the same time frame?
  • As simulation software increases in accuracy, and quality, are traditional 'real-world' test methods slowly becoming obsolete?
  • In light of Infiniti's variable-compression ratio breakthrough, will this be the key IC engine technology development for decades to come?
  • As ZF confirms its partnership with the Venturi race team, is Formula E set to become an important testbed for suppliers and OEMs, when it comes to e-powertrain innovations?
  • In the last two weeks, the automotive industry has seen two major developments toward improving the fuel efficiency and performance of IC engines. But which one gets your vote:
  • Is BMW's all-new quad diesel engine one turbo too many? 
  • Some countries are looking to ban the diesel IC engine by 2025. Do you agree with this legislation?
  • As Bentley announces its first diesel engine, is it time for all car makers to embrace state of the art TDI technology?
  • Do hydrogen fuel cells make more sense for commercial and off-road applications than passenger vehicles?
  • Is the disparity between real world and lab-based emissions testing proof that OEMs and engineers should be consulted and more involved by law makers, early in the legislative process? 
  • Are Renault late to a party that's already ended, with the introduction of an all-new diesel hybrid powertrain - co-developed with Continental, or will the mild 48V system kick start this section of the industry??
  • As a US judge approves a US$14.7bn settlement for VW and its diesel emissions scandal, is this a justifiable figure? 
  • Over its 130 year history, which is the most important IC engine development?
  • With the advancement of GDI technology along with BEVs and FCEVs development, are bio-fuel engines and technology finished? 
  • Do hybrids still have a purpose in future mobility, or has the rapid advancement of technologies for both EV and IC applications rendered the 'middle-step' irrelevant, other than for company car tax purposes?
  • With this in mind, will advances in EV technologies force a major rethink in car architecture and packaging?
  • Is the inclusion of cylinder deactivation on Ford's 1.0-liter, three cylinder engine a case of 'technology for technologies sake'?
  • Does diesel have a shelf life in mass-market passenger vehicles beyond nine years?
  • With several new diesel engines unveiled at Detroit, have the implications of 'Dieselgate' been grossly over exaggerated by mainstream media, and will the fuel source remain in circulation for the foreseeable?
  • The United Kingdom is to introduce a new vehicle excise duty later this year, which will see hybrids reclassified the same as IC engined cars, with only full electric and hydrogen cars exempt. In your opinion, is this fair?
  • As McLaren and Ricardo celebrate the 10,000th M838T 3.8-liter engine being made, is the use of a singular bespoke, yet flexible, engine the correct way to go for smaller OEMs with limited production runs?
  • GM and Honda have begun a joint venture that will ultimately see the mass production of an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system to be used in their future products. Does this signal that this fuel source still has a future in the industry?
  • As VW introduces an all-new 1.5-liter TSI engine to eventually replace the current 1.4-liter motor, has the downsizing trend peaked?
  • As the automotive world readies itself for the introduction of WLTP later in 2017, and RDE standards in 2020, will MPG testing ever be 100% accurate?
  • Is effective after treatment the key to sustaining the life of the IC engine?
  • With Audi, Mclaren, Ferrari, Ford and Toyota all debuting larger and more powerful engines at Geneva Motor Show this week, is the downsizing trend over?
  • Following on from the feature on in-house performance tuning in the latest issue of Engine Technology magazine  (click here), does the rise in popularity of OE-developed performance parts signal the end of the performance aftermarket?
  • As virtual testing continues to develop and increase in accuracy, will the test and development of engines and components become digital only?
  • With the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk dominating the news following the New York Autoshow does this mean that the non-electrically assisted V8 still has a very relevant place in the industry amongst consumers?
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