In [[tydren]]ne is turbo-aangedrewe enjins met 'n verplasing van meer as 2000cc al lank die gunsteling kragbron by die Groep A/Wêreldtydrenkampioenskap (topvlak) mededingers vanweë die uitstaande krag-tot-gewig verhouding (en besonderse hoë wringkrag) wat bereikbaar is. Die [[FIA]] het eerder as om die tegnologie in tydrenne te verban, beperkings geplaas op die inlaatdeursnee en sodoende die druktoename beperk.
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▲The success of small, turbocharged, [[four-wheel-drive]] vehicles in rally competition, beginning with the [[Audi Quattro]], has led to exceptional road cars in the modern era such as the [[Lancia Delta Integrale]], [[Toyota Celica GT-Four]], [[Subaru Impreza WRX]] and the [[Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution]].
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In the late 1970s, Ford and GM looked to the turbocharger to gain power, without sacrificing fuel consumption, during not only the emissions crunch of the federal government but also a gas shortage. GM released turbo versions of the Pontiac Firebird, Buick Regal, and Chevy Monte Carlo. Ford responded with a turbocharged Mustang in the form of the 2.3L from the Pinto. The engine design was dated, but it worked well. The bullet-proof 2.3L Turbo was used in early carburated trim as well as fuel injected and intercooled versions in the Mustang SVO and the Thunderbird Turbo Coupe until 1988. GM also liked the idea enough to evolve the 3.8L V6 used in early turbo Buicks into late 80's muscle in the form of the Buick Grand National and the pinical GNX.