|Properties of @schema/EngineSpecification||Expected Type||Description|
The volume swept by all of the pistons inside the cylinders of an internal combustion engine in a single movement. \n\nTypical unit code(s): CMQ for cubic centimeter, LTR for liters, INQ for cubic inches\n* Note 1: You can link to information about how the given value has been determined using the [[valueReference]] property.\n* Note 2: You can use [[minValue]] and [[maxValue]] to indicate ranges.
The power of the vehicle's engine. Typical unit code(s): KWT for kilowatt, BHP for brake horsepower, N12 for metric horsepower (PS, with 1 PS = 735,49875 W)\n\n* Note 1: There are many different ways of measuring an engine's power. For an overview, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horsepower#Engine_power_test_codes.\n* Note 2: You can link to information about how the given value has been determined using the [[valueReference]] property.\n* Note 3: You can use [[minValue]] and [[maxValue]] to indicate ranges.
The type of engine or engines powering the vehicle.
The type of fuel suitable for the engine or engines of the vehicle. If the vehicle has only one engine, this property can be attached directly to the vehicle.
The torque (turning force) of the vehicle's engine.\n\nTypical unit code(s): NU for newton metre (N m), F17 for pound-force per foot, or F48 for pound-force per inch\n\n* Note 1: You can link to information about how the given value has been determined (e.g. reference RPM) using the [[valueReference]] property.\n* Note 2: You can use [[minValue]] and [[maxValue]] to indicate ranges.
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