The air intake and fuel injection systems optimally control air-fuel ratio,
and the ignition system securely ignites the fuel, enabling stable combustion.
The exhaust system accurately detects gas components, producing clean exhaust.
The system thus realizes both fuel saving and low emission.
Sends the necessary amount of air to the engine combustion chamber, improving combustion efficiency with its high precision, response, and reliability.
Injects the necessary amount of fuel for combustion, realizing stable combustion under optimal fuel control.
The exhaust aftertreatment system accurately detects exhaust gas composition and temperature to remove hazardous materials, realizing the clean exhausts.
Activates the intake/exhaust valves on the engine combustion chamber, to improve fuel economy and reduce hazardous materials under optimal control of open/close timing.
Supplies the engine with fuel from the fuel tank without emitting gasoline vapor, thereby contributing to environmental protection.
Controls the oil pressure of the transmission as well as the shift operation, improving safety and fuel economy with high reliability and precision.