In this example, a vehicle model is used to develop software. This test was run on the 2017 A-Class Motorcast with 3.0 kW diesel engine, which is the same engine we used for the previous example. We first need to prepare the simulator model to represent the test vehicle. There are two submodels in this project. The first submodel models the engine, injectors, actuators, transducer control, and the vehicle in the Veris Racing Engine Simulator package. The second submodel models the SCR system that you will work with for this powertrain. Changing the oxygen feedback pump, which we will use to control the urea dosing in the GT-SUITE Model, needs to be modeled. Since the system uses the diesel engine oxygen sensor, we can approximate this with a pump and gain stage at the exhaust oxygen sensor.
In the UK, market launch of the GT started at the Frankfurt motor show, and is planned for the second quarter of 2016. The UK is the first market to receive the vehicle, and will have to wait till August to get its hands on it.
\"GTSUITE is three months old and I still can’t figure out what all the buttons do,\" wrote our test driver as he eased off the accelerator and applied the brakes. \"This and the new steering response are the real winners in the new GT.\" 7211a4ac4a