The brand-new M3 Sedan and Coupe from BMW M GmbH witness a revisit to the six-in-line engine set-up, which this renowned sports car used in its second and third generations. The new turbocharge unit, which can achieve over 7,500 rpm, integrates the greatest of two worlds – on one side, a high-rev design for immediate reaction, straight delivery of power across a broad range of engine speeds, and a distinctive and individual engine note, and on the other side, BMW’s TwinPower Turbo technology for maximum torque over a wide range of rpm. A continuing signature of this engine is its incredible effectiveness.
The brand-new engine has a small upgrade in power compared to the prior V8 of about 430 hp, while top torque increased by fully more than 30 per cent to considerably over 500 Newton metres, and is kept over a very broad rev range. The all-new powerplant also has incredible fuel economy, with an enhancement of over 25 per cent more than the prior model's stats, while emissions already comply with EU6.
BMW’s M TwinPower Turbo advances encompass two mono-scroll turbochargers, High Precision Direct Injection, VALVETRONIC variable valve timing, and Double-VANOS seamless variable camshaft timing. The variable valve and camshaft timing delivers completely adaptable control of valve intake lifts. This lets the engine deliver its power evenly and effectively, allowing for lower fuel use and emissions. Simultaneously, throttle reaction is even quicker than ever.
The six-cylinder engine has an enclosed-deck crankcase that enhances firmness and cylinder pressure to have maximal power production. And the cylinder bores use a dual-wire arc-sprayed coating, not a lining, that results in a major lessening in the engine’s weight.