last few days as I we set out. BMW will launch a diesel of four turbos. And the official announcement of this new motor is already here, becoming the diesel six-cylinder most powerful on the market, and in the new engine of the flagship of the brand, which will equip the new BMW-Series 750d xDrive and BMW-Series 750Ld xDrive. The BMW 7-Series debuts a diesel engine, with six in-line cylinders, four turbos, and with nothing more and nothing less than 400 HP of power and 760 Nm of maximum torque. And it will not be the only BMW to take advantage of this new engine. The next to join the party could be the BMW X5 and BMW X6.
why is a diesel six-cylinders and four turbos?
The aim of BMW with this engine, which will be present in the new BMW 750d xDrive and other models of the brand will be characterised by offering good benefits, with the consumption content of a diesel, not only was the offer a great power. The objective of a diesel with four turbos goes, primarily, to get an immediate response, and a thrust constant and forceful in all your revs.
The key is we have a system BMW TwinPower Turbo in which we find ourselves with two turbochargers of low inertia and variable geometry, whose turbine is able to rotate with a low pressure of the exhaust gases, and therefore improve response in low, and two turbos of larger size, yet they are more compact, and therefore fast in their response, that the employee on the old diesel three turbos from BMW.
What are the figures of the new BMW Series 750d xDrive and 750Ld xDrive?
This engine will be available in the BMW 7 Series with two bodies, the short battle or a normal one, and the battle long, or BMW Series 7L. Will be offered only with four-wheel drive xDrive, and associated in all cases to a change automatic Steptronic 8-speed.
in terms of their performance, the BMW Series 750d develops 400 HP at 4400 rpm and delivers 450 Nm from 1,000 rpm and 760 Nm between 2,000 and 3,000 rpm. With these figures, to reach 250 km/h (limited electronically), and the BMW 750d will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds (or 4,7 seconds with a long battle). Let’s say that it will be two tenths slower than the BMW 750i xDrive V8-gasoline and 450 HP of power. See test of the BMW 7-Series.
In terms of consumption and emissions, the BMW 750d will consume according to the cycle approved between 5.7 and 5.9 litres/100 kilometres. And their emissions of CO2, depending on the version, and depending on the size of tyre and rim, ranging from 149 g/km and 154 g/km
This last fact is also very interesting, because according to the Registration Tax Spanish would allow us access to a luxury sedan with 400 horsepower, and all-wheel drive, which in all cases would be taxed only 4.75% in the Registration Tax.
The BMW 7-Series will not be the only model of BMW to receive the new diesel six-cylinder and 400 HP of power. Later we will incorporate new models, starting with the SUV’s that under the label M (the BMW X6 M50d and BMW X5 M50d) was already used by the diesel six-cylinder and three turbos.
The new BMW 750d xDrive and 750Ld xDrive will arrive at dealers in summer, in July of 2016.