2010 BMW 7-Series gets xDrive, M Sports Package & Twin-Turbo Diesel Engine

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5754514After the first images of the new BMW 7-Series have leaked on the internet, the company has announced details of the vehicle. It is known that BMW will be offering a number of new features for the 2010 BMW 7-Series, including a recently developed twin-turbo diesel engine, the M Sports package, and xDrive system.

The BMW 740d is scheduled to appear in the fall. The vehicle is expected to feature a brand new straight-six diesel engine. The all-aluminum engine will receive the BMW TwinPower Turbo Technology, and will produce a maximum 306 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. The vehicle will accelerate from 0-100km/h in 6.3 seconds, with a limited top speed of 250 km/h. The engine uses 6.9 liters of fuel per 100 km.

The second diesel engine is the 730d, which is a 245 hp six cylinder. BMW states that this is the world’s most economical and lowest emission model in the luxury class by a further reduction in both fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The vehicle will also be available with BMW BluePerformance Technology.

The innovations of the company also includes all-wheel xDrive system available on the 7er for the 2010 model year. Already available on the 3er, 5er, and X models, xDrive will be mounted to the V8 powered 750i and 750Li. xDrive is an electronically controlled system that will spread out 407 horsepower across each wheel at appropriate points.

Car buyers will be able to purchase the M Sports Package as an option for their 2010 BMW 7-Series. Customers are offered to choose between the new Carbon Black Metallic exterior paint, or the already-offered six other paint options. The M Sports Paackage is equipped with aero kit, double-spoke, light alloy, 19-inch M wheels, with the option to move up to 20-inchers. BMW Dynamic Drive, leather sports seats, a M-badged multi-function leather steering wheel, and anthracite roof liner are also included.

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