The next BMW 7 Series will remain without V8 and V12 enginesFebruary 22, 2019
The next-generation BMW 7-Series Sedan may be left without modifications with the V8 and V12 engines, which will be replaced with hybrid powerplants. This is with reference to its own source reports BMW Blog.
It is assumed that the new “seven” will be equipped with gasoline-electric units based on upgraded six-cylinder engines, which, for example, are offered for the current BMW 3 Series. The units will operate under the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and soft hybrid (MHEV) scheme.
As expected, the six-cylinder engine with electric motors will produce a total of 570 hp. and 800 Nm of torque. For comparison, the 4.4-liter supercharged V8 engine of the current BMW 7-Series produces 530 power and 750 Nm, and the 6.6-liter V12 unit with two turbines develops 609 liters. with. and 850 Nm of torque.
The BMW 7-Series is also offered with a two-liter “turbo-four”, which gives out 249 forces. Diesel line is represented by three six-cylinder three-liter engines with a capacity of 249, 320 and 400 horsepower.
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