F1 Engine

F1 Car Engine
F1 has been using the same 1600cc V6 turbocharged engines (or Power Units) since 2014. These engines have been developed to maximise performance, the rules surrounding their technical specification have remained predominantly the same.

F1 has been using the same 1600cc V6 turbocharged engines (or Power Units) since 2014. These engines have been developed to maximise performance, the rules surrounding their technical specification have remained predominantly the same. 

Made up of six components, the PUs feature an Internal Combustion Engine (ICE), Turbocharger (TC), Motor Generator Unit-Kinetic (MGU-K), Motor Generator Unit-Heat (MGU-H), the Energy Store i.e. batteries (ES) and Control Electronics (CE). PS: “The regulations call for a customer to be supplied at €12m (£10.34m). 

The reality is that no one pays just this for their engines, because of all the other bits and pieces that come into it. “Customers are paying something in the region of €15m (£12.92m) for one engine.” Cost: $18.32m (£12.92m)