What is Turbo Lag?
Turbo lag is a delayed response of a turbocharged engine when the driver presses the accelerator pedal. To understand turbo lag, it’s essential to know how a turbocharger works. Turbocharging is a method used to increase the power output of an internal combustion engine by forcing more air into the engine’s cylinders. This, in turn, allows more fuel to be burned, resulting in increased power.