At 200 mph, class begins.
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2021 ENGINE SPECS
The power to set us apart.
At the highest levels of racing, milliseconds count. Nowhere is that more true than in IndyCar, where our powertrain is our advantage. The 2.2L direct injected twin turbo Chevy Indy V6 churns out around 700 horsepower that drives us to win. And when we win, the whole lineup wins.
V6 twin turbo, dual overhead cam 4-valve
12,000 rpm; 12,200 overtake
1.3 – 1.5 bar
Dual-pump direct injection designed for E85 fuel
2,500 – 2,850 miles
6-speed sequential Xtrac
McLaren ECU with Cosworth driver interface
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