Speaking of the 7 Series of BMW is to talk about luxury and ride comfort, but also is often linked with high powers. Even more if we refer to the variants 750, both diesel as in gasoline. The BMW 750Ld xDrive has released an all-new diesel engine which supercharging is not performed by neither one, nor two, nor three turbos, but thanks to an poker turbo technology that BMW called the “Quad-Turbo”.
This mechanism develops a power of 400 HP, between 4,000 and 4,400 rpm, and 760 Nm, available between 2,000 and 3,000 turns. The torque is very high and it develops more power because the brand’s engineers could not ensure that the automatic ZF eight gear could stand it; but we must also take into account that from 1,000 rpm, we already have 450 Nm.
With so much reserve torque available almost from idle, and the all-wheel-drive xDrive, it is not unlikely that this vehicle rendering in your version of BMW 750Ld xDrive was able to cause a whiplash to the executive on duty that travel comfortably in the rear seats. Its acceleration 0 to 100 km/h has little to envy to many supercars, stopping the clock in only 4,7 seconds. But if you live in an area where the speed limits shine by their absence, as on the Autobahn in germany, like I’m interested to see how it makes the 0 to 200 km/h.
As you can see in this video uploaded to YouTube by Autoblog, it seems that the diesel engine of 3 liters and four turbos at any time of the acceleration lost “bellows”,, although logically it takes longer to go from 100 to 200 km/h from 0 to 100. In the video does not appear the time it takes to complete the 0 to 200 km/h, although we estimate that only takes about 19 seconds to about. Not bad for a big saloon that is allegedly seeking comfort and luxury first of all.
Source – Autoblog
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