BMW has received the 10 Best Engines Award for propelling revolutionary BMW Advanced Diesel with capacity of 3.0 liters, in a festivity held at International Auto Show in Detroit.
For the model range of 2010 and for the second consecutive year, the diesel engine with six-cylinder twin-turbo technology was chosen on sequential list “10 Best Engines” by Ward’s Autoworld jury. To occupy a place on the list “10 Best Engines”, an engine must to record high scores in terms of power, torque, refinement, technology and comparative data. This distinction is even more valuable in the context in which the premium manufacturers make significant efforts lately to open U.S. market to diesel technology.
“These two awards are further testament that BMW’s EfficientDynamics engineering strategy is delivering the performance and efficiency that drivers expect today.” said Hans Hohenner, General Manager of Drivetrain Development for BMW Group. “Each of these very different engines brings to market new technologies that combine to create the highest-performing six-cylinder engines BMW has ever produced while delivering fuel efficiency that was previously unattainable.”
Achieved all-aluminum engine with six-cylinder BMW Advanced Diesel willing in line with a capacity of 3.0 liters and twin-turbo V8 model offers the performance, combined with the efficiency of a propeller with four cylinders: a power of 265 hp and a torque of 577 Nm. EPA data efficiency of BMW 335d Sedan (2010 models) are 10.23 litres/100 km – city, namely 6.53 litres/100 km – extra. Acceleration from 0 – 100 km / h is achieved in 6.0 seconds. These data make BMW 335d Sedan model in the fastest diesel powered car is available in the U.S. market.
It is also the most efficient model BMW has ever been sold in the United States of America. In addition to the 335d Sedan, BMW Advanced Diesel engine is available and X5 Sports Activity Vehicle segment xDrive35d, which record acceleration 0-100 km / h in 6.9 seconds and has an extra consumption of 9.05 litres/100 km.