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[Technical Channel of Quanzhou Yisheng Machinery Co., Ltd.] The performance status of the BMW M Performance Automobile is between the general BMW models and the M3, M5 and other models with the 'M' logo, with a 381PS maximum horsepower and 740N·m maximum The torque of the 3.0-liter 3 turbocharged diesel engine has caused a lot of topics in the automotive industry. However, the redesigned X5 model was changed at the end of May 2013. BMW also officially released a new generation of X5 M50d powered by this 3 turbocharged diesel, and it is expected to be launched on November 16, 2013.Experience the image reading mode
In fact, when BMW released the 3.0-liter 3 turbocharged diesel engine in January 2012, it also brought 4 M Performance Vehicles with this power, namely M550d xDrive Sedan, M550d xDrive Touring, X6 M50d and the previous generation X5 M50d; in addition, the 750d xDrive of BMW's flagship touring car also uses this engine.
In terms of power alone, the new generation X5 M50d launched with the X5 major facelift has no significant difference from the previous model, with a 3.0-liter 3 turbocharged The inline 6-cylinder diesel engine still uses 3 turbocharging and high-pressure common rail direct injection technology. The advantage of the triple turbo is that it can alleviate the phenomenon of delayed intervention by the turbocharger, and the power output is smoother.
It brings the same 381PS maximum horsepower and 740N·m maximum torque as the previous model. The gearbox matched with this diesel engine is an 8-speed automatic manual gearbox and xDrive full-time drive system. You can get to know the 3 turbocharged engine through the video.
Although the power output remains the same, the X5 M50d's acceleration from a standstill to a speed of 100 kilometers per hour has also slightly improved, from the past 5.4 seconds to the new generation of 5.3 seconds. . For consumers who pursue further sports performance, BMW also provides a Dynamic adaptive suspension active suspension kit for the X5 M50d option, which includes active anti-roll bar control and Dynamic Performance Control dynamic performance control system.
BMW said that the new-generation X5 M50d has an average fuel consumption of 7.5L/100km and an increase of 199g/km of carbon dioxide emissions by about 10 in terms of fuel efficiency. %; Under EU test regulations, the new-generation X5 M50d achieves an average fuel consumption performance of 6.7L/100km, and carbon dioxide emissions are 177g/km.
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