The cam-within-a-cam consists of a solid intake camshaft within a hollow exhaust camshaft. The solid shaft has holes for cylindrical pins, located at five points that align with axial slots in the hollow outer shaft.
Camshaft-within-a-camshaft design (Mahle's CamInCam)
Assembled steel articulating camshaft to allow controlled phasing of the exhaust valve event.
Combining Atkinson cycle with turbocharging is nothing new. It is called the Miller cycle, or perhaps more correct, Miller system.
The V6 engine employs a race-inspired compact valve train and dry sump lubrication system to help lower the center of gravity.
The electric compressor’s power is provide by the 48-V on-board system.
Enabling actuation of the electric compressor is linked to safety and energy-efficiency related conditions. Fault-free electric compressor hardware, including the 48-V vehicle electrical system, is essential for the electric compressor to be enabled.