The International Engine of the Year Awards 2014, presented by Engine Technology International magazine.


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International Engine of the Year

The winning powertrains in the eight capacity classes, along with the winner of the Green Engine category, are shortlisted for the overall International Engine of the Year Award.

The Ford 1.0-litre EcoBoost won last year, but who can take home the top prize in 2015?

Sub 1-Litre

  • BMW - 647cc two-cylinder electric-gasoline range-extender
  • Fiat Chrysler - 875cc two-cylinder turbo
  • Ford - 999cc three-cylinder turbo
  • GM - 999cc three-cylinder turbo
  • Renault / Nissan - 898cc three-cylinder TCE turbo
  • Volkswagen Group - 999cc three-cylinder turbo

1-Litre to 1.4-Litre

  • PSA Peugeot Citroen - 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbo
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.2-litre TSI
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.4-litre TSI
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.4-litre TSI ACT
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.4-litre TSI Twincharger
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.4-litre TSI electric-gasoline hybrid

1.4-Litre to 1.8-Litre

  • BMW-PSA Peugeot Citroen - 1.6-litre turbo petrol
  • BMW - 1.5-litre three-cylinder electric-gasoline hybrid
  • BMW - 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol
  • Fiat Chrysler - 1.75-litre DI turbo
  • Ford - 1.5-litre turbo
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.8-litre TFSI

1.8-Litre to 2-Litre

  • BMW - 2-litre twin-turbo four-cylinder diesel
  • BMW - 2-litre twin-turbo four-cylinder petrol
  • Mercedes-AMG - 2-litre turbo
  • Volkswagen Group - 2-litre TDI
  • Volkswagen Group - 2-litre TFSI four-cylinder
  • Volvo - 2-litre turbocharger supercharger four-cylinder

2-Litre to 2.5-Litre

  • Audi - 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbo
  • Ford - 2.3-litre turbo
  • Mazda - 2.2-litre diesel
  • Mercedes-Benz - 2.1-litre CDI
  • Mercedes-Benz - 2.1-litre electric-diesel hybrid
  • Subaru - 2.5-litre turbo

2.5-Litre to 3-Litre

  • BMW M Performance - 3-litre twin-power turbo diesel six-cylinder
  • BMW M - 3-litre twin-power turbo six-cylinder
  • BMW - 3-litre twin-power turbo diesel six-cylinder
  • BMW - 3-litre twin-power turbo six-cylinder
  • Porsche - 2.7-litre DI
  • Volkswagen Group - 3-litre V6 TDI

3-Litre to 4-Litre

  • Audi / Bentley - 4-litre TFSI
  • Ferrari - 3.9-litre biturbo V8
  • McLaren - 3.8-litre twinturbo V8
  • Mercedes-AMG - 4-litre biturbo V8
  • Porsche - 3.8-litre boxer DI
  • Porsche - 3.8-litre boxer turbo

Above 4-Litre

  • BMW M - 4.4-litre twinturbo V8
  • Ferrari - 4.5-litre V8
  • Ferrari - 6.3-litre V12
  • Fiat Chrysler - 6.2-litre supercharged V8
  • Jaguar Land Rover - 5-litre supercharged V8
  • Mercedes-AMG - 5.5-litre turbo V8

Green Engine

  • BMW - 1.5-litre three-cylinder electric-gasoline hybrid
  • BMW - 647cc two-cylinder electric-gasoline range-extender
  • BMW - Full-electric powertrain
  • Ford - 999cc three-cylinder turbo
  • Tesla - Full-electric powertrain
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.4-litre TSI electric-gasoline hybrid

New Engine

  • BMW - 1.5-litre three-cylinder electric-gasoline hybrid
  • Ferrari - 3.9-litre biturbo V8
  • GM - 999cc three-cylinder turbo
  • Mercedes-AMG - 4-litre biturbo V8
  • Volkswagen Group - 1.4-litre TSI electric-gasoline hybrid
  • Volvo - 2-litre turbocharger supercharger four-cylinder

Performance Engine

  • Ferrari - 4.5-litre V8
  • Ferrari - 6.3-litre V12
  • Fiat Chrysler - 6.2-litre supercharged V8
  • McLaren - 3.8-litre twinturbo V8
  • Mercedes-AMG - 4-litre biturbo V8
  • Porsche - 3.8-litre boxer DI