BMW 620d GT: New base Diesel for the 6-series Gran Turismo

The BMW B47 conquered the next series: the BMW 620d GT is the first BMW 6 series comes in July 2018 with a four-cylinder Diesel on the market and to delight, especially for the long distance rider looking for the highest efficiency. The new BMW 620d GT offers 190 HP and 400 Newton meters of maximum torque, the internal B47-called engine is a myriad of BMW-known drivers from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and X1, X2, X3 and X4, and is also used in some MINI-models are used.

The combination of 190 HP and a curb weight of 1,765 kg is not overly sporty performance expected, is likely to meet the majority of customers in everyday life but fully. The BMW 620d GT is equipped as standard with eight-speed automatic and accelerates according to factory specification in 7.9 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h. The maximum speed of the BMW is 220 km/h. Important for the target group of the consumption, depending on tyres, of between 4.8 and 4.9 liters on 100 kilometers. From this, CO2 emissions of 127 to 129 grams per kilometre, if the BMW 620d GT is accordingly moved cautiously.

With its trunk volume of 610 to 1,800 liters, and the lush space in the rear of the BMW 6 series GT is a real Gran Turismo: the long tours and comfortable transportation of its occupants on the top places of the specifications, vehicle dynamics plays a minor role. With a length of 5.09 meters, the 6 series is only a few mm shorter than a current 7-series, the wheelbase of the two upper-class models, each with 3.07 meters are identical.

For all, the sportier driving performance than the new BMW 620d GT, the more powerful engine variants of the 6 series Gran Turismo: On the side of the compression-ignition gasoline engine can be ordered in addition to the 620d, the 265-HP models 630d and 630d xDrive and 640d xDrive 320 HP, customer may choose between 630i, 258 HP as well as a 640i and 640i xDrive with 340 HP. Both the 640i and the 640d create the Sprint from 0 to 100 km/h, thanks to over 300 HP and standard all-wheel drive in 5.3 seconds and easily reach the 250-km/h mark.

[resources : bimmertoday.de]
by : klonr.com

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