Qoros debuted the Qamfree engine with Free Valve technology in a concept car at the Beijing Motor Show, in April 2016.
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The following is a press release relating to our sister entity, Free Valve AB.
—— November 18, 2016 Ängelholm, Sweden The world’s first Free Valve engine intended for mass production will be driven on to the Qoros stage at the Guangzhou Motor Show in November, 2016.
With its operation center in Shanghai, Qoros Auto has established design centers, technical centers and engineering R&D centers in both Munich and Shanghai, which are made up of top designer and engineer teams from all over the world.
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The ‘Qamfree’ engine will be powering a Qoros 3 hatchback that has been modified specifically for the Guangzhou show.
The technology was developed by Free Valve AB, based in Ängelholm, Sweden.
Qoros will use a fleet of test engines in conjunction with Free Valve AB to further refine the technology to suit its own vehicles designs prior to mass production in an as-yet unnamed vehicle in the future.
About Free Valve AB Free Valve AB is a Swedish technology company and sister company to Koenigsegg Automotive AB that develops state of the art, next-generation components and solutions for internal combustion engines.
It also offers groundbreaking benefits to vehicle owners in terms of a near 50% increase in both power and torque, while actually reducing fuel consumption.“ Christian von Koenigsegg, CEO of Koenigsegg Automotive AB and Chairman of the Board at Free Valve AB said “This move closer to mass production of Free Valve technology is also a first baby step towards the promise of important reductions in CO2 emissions.