A series of 6-cylinder BMW B58B30 engines with a volume of 3.0 liters has been assembled in Munich since 2015 and put on charged modifications of rear- and all-wheel drive models of the German concern. There are two generations of such engines and the line of S58 sports units created on their basis.
BMW 8-Series is a series of German cars of the Gran Turismo class from the manufacturer BMW AG. The E31 series was produced from 1989 to 1999. In May 2017, a concept car of the second generation of the model was presented. The start of production is planned for 2018. The car of the first generation was assembled in the back of a two-door 4-seater coupe in 7 modifications. The model was manufactured as the main competitor for SL and S-class Mercedes-Benz range.
The M60B40 engine block is 90° camber aluminum with nickel-plated liners and forged crankshaft. Since the end of 1994, the block has been replaced with a more reliable one made of alusil, the piston, respectively, has also changed.
In 1996, the M60 engines were replaced by a new modified M62 series, and the M60B40 engine was replaced by the updated M62B44. The basis for the creation of a 4.4-liter power unit was the predecessor M60B40, the cylinder block of which has changed for an increased cylinder diameter, the sleeves here are nikasil, since …
The 8-cylinder BMW N63B44 engine with a volume of 4.4 liters has been produced since 2008 and is installed on almost all modern large models of the German automaker. There are a number of sports versions of this engine under the S63 index and up to 600 hp. Designed according to the concept of “Efficient …
The 5.0-liter 12-cylinder BMW M70 or M70B50 engine was produced from 1987 to 1994 and was installed on the top models of the concern of its time: the 7-Series sedan and 8-Series coupe. In addition to the usual 300 hp version, there were 350 hp D1/1 motors for Alpina models.
The 5.4-liter 12-cylinder BMW M73 or M73B54 engine was produced from 1994 to 2002 and was installed on the top models of the concern: the 7-Series sedan, 8-Series coupe and Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph. In 1998, an updated version of the motor appeared, it is distinguished by the index M73B54TU or M73TU.
A series of 6-cylinder BMW B57 diesel engines with a volume of 3.0 liters has been assembled since 2015 and is installed on the most popular rear and all-wheel drive models of the German concern. There are three modifications of these power units: with one, two or four turbines.