The history of chiptuningChiptuning of BMW, Porsche, Bentley, Ferrari and other brands...

A brief excursion to the history of Chiptuning in dates

1967

Chiptuning BMW, chiptuning Porsche, chiptuning Bentley, chiptuning FerrariMercedes-Benz developed the first control unit with a controlled dosage of gasoline into the carburetor.

1975

A control unit manufactured by Bosch has been used in racing cars for the first time, sport chiptuning began to write its history.

1980

Control unit Bosch K - Jetronic is implemented to the mass-produced cars with gasoline engines.

1980

First chiptuning designers perform chiptuning by using optimization of dosage of the fuel in accordance to mechanical adjustments of engine - intake, cam, exhaust, etc.

1985

Bosch Motronic equipped with EPROM chip that allowed the recording of new data has been introduced.

1988

BMW 324 TD - the first diesel engine with electronic control unit ECU.

1989

Audi 100 2.5 TDI comes with an electronic accelerator.

1992

Audi 80 1.9 TDI - a new type of the body which is still in production.

1993

VW Golf 3 receives a license from Audi.

1997

Bosch EDC 15 – introduced a control unit for the new emission standards.

1999

Other car factories come with controlled fuel injection: the Fiat JTD, Renault DCI PSA with HDI.

2004

Bosch EDC 16 – introduced a new control unit, which already meets emission standard Euro 3 and 4.

2006

The new Siemens unit ECU, which is able to deal burning with a solid particles filter installed in the exhaust system.