Monday, December 21, 2009

new 2011 BMW 740i and 740Li for spring 2010

BMW 7 Series, M Sports Package
BMW 7 Series, M Sports Package
BMW of North America announced today from the New Jersey headquarters, the introduction of the new 2011 BWM 7-Series with a twin-turbocharged inline-6 engine. The inline-6 engine produces V-8 power but maintains six-cylinder fuel consumption. The new 740i and 740 Li will go on sale in the spring as 2011 model year automobiles.

BMW’s Efficient Dynamics which is their engineering philosophy of getting large engine performance and power out of much smaller engines.This engineering technology was first demonstrated in the BMW 750i which featured a twin-turbocharged V-8 engine that performed at the same performance level of BWM’s V-12 engine but produced emissions of a much smaller engine.

The new 2011 engines will produce 315 horsepower at 5800 rpm and 330 lb-ft of torque from 1600-4500 rpm. All-aluminum construction, High Precision direct fuel injection, Double-VANOS variable camshaft technology, and Brake Energy Regeneration are a few of the technologies used under the BMW Efficient Dynamics philosophy to place the 740i and 740Li among the most powerful six-cylinder luxury sedans in the world. Delivering power to the rear wheels is BMW’s 6-speed automatic transmission, well-known for fast, smooth gearshifts and an ability to intelligently adapt to the driver’s style.

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