BMW has taken the wraps off its new BMW 750 diesel engine that will power their new BMW 750d xDrive and BMW 750Ld xDrive models.
The BMW 750d xDrive And BMW 750Ld xDrive comes with around 400 horsepower and around 332 lb-ft of torque.
The new 3.0-litre six-cylinder in-line engine was developed on the basis of the BMW Group’s latest generation of power units. Its BMW TwinPower Turbo technology includes multi-stage turbocharging with four turbochargers and common-rail direct injection, the latest update of which generates maximum pressure in excess of 2,500 bar. These and other technological highlights allow significant improvements to the already exceptional power delivery, pulling power and efficiency achieved by the outgoing engine. The new BMW 750d xDrive accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h / 62 mph in 4.6 seconds (BMW 750Ld xDrive: 4.7 seconds) – an improvement of 0.3 seconds over its predecessor. Much credit for this even sharper dynamic edge can go to a new form of multi-stage turbocharging, which now brings together four turbochargers in place of the previous three. This enables boost pressure to be built up even more quickly at lower engine speeds and therefore prompts incredibly swift responses to throttle applications from idle.
You can find out more details about the new BMW 750d range over at the companies website at the link below.
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