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What beast! So does the 0 to 200 km / h a BMW 750Ld xDrive

BMW 750d xDrive

Talk of the series 7 of BMW is speak of luxury and comfort of March, but also often go related with high powers. More even if we refer to the 750, both diesel variants as in gasoline. The BMW xDrive 750Ld has released a new diesel engine whose overfeeding is not carried out by one, or two, or three turbos, but thanks to a Turbo poker; technology that BMW called “Quad-Turbo”.

This mechanics develops an output of 400 HP, between 4,000 and 4,400 rpm, and 760 Nm, available between 2,000 and 3,000 turns. He pair engine is very high and not develops more energy because the engineers of the brand not could ensure that the change automatic ZF of eight marches could support it; but we must also keep in mind that from 1,000 rpm already have 450 Nm.

BMW 750d xDrive motor

With so much available torque reserve practically from idling and the four-wheel xDrive, it would not be rare this truck of representation in its BMW xDrive 750Ld was capable of causing a cervical sprain to the Executive on duty traveling comfortably in the rear seats. Its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h has little to envy to many Supercars, stopping the clock in just 4.7 seconds. But if live in an area where the limits of speed shine by its absence, as in them Autobahn German, equal you interested in see how makes the 0 to 200 km / h.

As you can see in this video uploaded to YouTube by Autoblog, seems to 3 liters and four turbo diesel engine in no time acceleration lose the “bellows”, although logically takes longer to go from 100 to 200 km/h to 0 to 100. In the video does not appear the time taken to complete the 0 to 200 km/h, though we estimate that only need 19 seconds approximately. Nothing wrong for a large sedan that allegedly seeks comfort and luxury primarily.

Source – Autoblog

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