BMW 7-Series 750d Reported to Pack Quad-Turbo Diesel Engine, Might Produce Around 400 HP

As the auto industry and technology that comes along progress, so does BMW with its latest flagships. The German based carmaker is preparing a set of new engines for its recent models, engines that would come with better performance but most of it, with improve fuel-efficiency.

It is also the case of the recently unveiled 2016 BMW 7-Series, reported to receive, particularly in the 750d, a quad-turbo diesel engine, which would come with around 400 horsepower and impressive 800 Nm of torque. Apart the impressive torque and power, the new diesel engine with four turbochargers would also come with improved performance figures and a fuel-consumption, reportedly below 6L/100 km.

But BMW does not stop here and also plans to equip other important future flagships that use a triple-turbocharged engine. Thus, we might see the new four-turbocharged diesel equipping the future M550d, X5 M50d or the X6 M50d. The same mill might also find its way underneath the upcoming three-row-seat BMW X7. All models must come with a four-wheel drive layout.

Apart the new quad-turbo diesel engine, the 2016 BMW G11/G12 7-Series will also bring aboard the all new six-cylinder inline petrol and diesel engine lineup, which is the latest creation of the engineers from BMW. They provide incredible efficiency, thanks to the BMW`s TwinPower Turbo technology fitted in the higher-performance V8 engine.


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