November 04, 2012

World's most powerful BMW six-cylinder diesel engine set to arrive in Singapore

BMW Asia will soon debut its top-of-the-line 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine with Tri-turbo charging, via its BMW X6 M50d and BMW X5 M50d of the new BMW M Performance Automobiles range.

The arrival of this powerful engine has altered the conventional paradigm
once again, by proving that both performance and efficiency can co-exist harmoniously. Despite the ability to generate up to 381 hp with a maximum torque of 740 nm from 2,000 to 3,000 rpm on tap, the Advanced Diesel engine with triple-turbo technology of the BMW X5 M50d maintains at a low fuel efficiency of 7.5 litres/100 km and CO2 emissions of 199 g/km (in the EU combined cycle).

"Powered by the M Performance TwinPower Turbo technology, this impressive engine is equipped with three turbochargers and advanced common-rail injection system for the first time. With its outstanding abilities, we trust it will only be a matter of time before this new engine enjoys the highest level of recognition just as its fellow award-winning 'siblings' have," said Neil Fiorentinos, Managing Director of BMW Group Asia.

"With the BMW M Performance Automobiles, we will be targeting at customers who are looking for more emotionality and greater performance, without wanting to forgo the everyday usability of their cars. By leveraging on the full expertise of BMW M GmbH and its decades of motor sport experience, we are now able to translate outstanding engine power into excellent dynamics as demonstrated through the BMW M Performance Automobiles," concluded Fiorentinos.

Both the BMW X6 M50d and BMW X5 M50d are slated to arrive in Singapore later in November 2012.

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