The 2011 BMW X6 V8 Twin Turbo Engine

The 2011 BMW X6 V8 Twin Turbo Engine

The BMW X6 SUV has many features but most astounding is the BMW X6 V8 4.4 L Twin Turbo engine. The engine’s base is a 4.4L and features a Double overhead cam with V8 cylinders, 32 valves of variable timing and a direct injection system. This twin Turbo engine features 1500 rpm’s of torque and 555 horsepower at 6000 rpm’s, a turning cycle of 42 feet and an average fuel consumption of 12.5liters per 100km.

The BMW X6 V8 4.4L Twin Turbo engine represents the best in terms of fuel efficiency and superior technological advancement. The most dynamic feature of the engine is the exhaust superchargers. These are now fitted at the center of the cylinder banks, making the engine lighter. It helps to save in mass and produces a dramatic reduction in pressure loss between intake and exhaust valves. This is due to a new innovation called BMW Efficient Dynamics which represents the best in high quality engines .

The high performance precision of the engine is able to send fuel directly to the combustion chambers, 200 times at the highest possible pressure. This means that every spark plug is continually ellipsed by a mixture of fuel/air which is itself surrounded by clean air, ensuring smooth running, high performance and low fuel consumption while reducing carbon emissions. The BMW X6 V8 4.4L Twin Turbo engine is the best in its class in terms of carbon emission reduction and technological innovation.



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