BMW N46 gasoline engines were produced from 2004 to 2015 and were installed on almost all compact and medium-sized models of the group of that time. The 2.0-liter N46B20 engine was created on the basis of the N42B20 and at first glance does not differ from its predecessor, but it is not.
The BMW X3 is a German luxury compact crossover vehicle produced since 2003 by BMW AG. In mid-2017, a sample of the 3rd generation model was presented under the code G01. Its launch is planned for 2018. The machine was developed and manufactured in cooperation with Magna Steyr AG & Co KG at the plant in Graz, Austria. The X3 appeared on the Russian market at the end of 2010, after the launch of its assembly production at the Avtodor plant.
The 4-cylinder N20B20 turbo engine began to be installed on BMW cars in 2011. The engine replaced the N53B25 and N53B30 units. The block of the new motor is made of aluminum alloy and contains two balance shafts. Steel-coated engine cylinders, forged crankshaft with four offset counterweights, 144.35mm long cranks.
A series of 2.0-liter BMW B48 gasoline engines has been produced by the company since 2014 and is installed on almost the entire modern model range of the German automaker. Two versions of the motor differ: B48A20 – for cars with front-wheel drives and B48B20 – with rear ones.
The M54B25 is a very popular 2.5 liter engine in the M54 series (which includes the M54B22, M54B30 and S54B32) and entered the BMW production line in 2000 and replaced the M52TUB25.
BMW M54B30 engine was created in 2000 on the basis of the M52TUB28 and was first installed on the restyled versions of the BMW E46 and BMW E39. In addition to the M54B30, the range of new motors includes the M54B22, M54B25 and S54B32.
The N52B25 is a 2.5-liter engine from the new N52 series (which includes the N52B30), with six cylinders in line. The N52B25 was introduced in 2005 as a replacement for the popular M54B25 and unlike past evolutions of the M-family, this is now a completely new engine. The N52 is based on an even lighter …
The N52B30 is the first engine in the new N52 range (which includes the N52B25) with six cylinders in line. Unlike its predecessor (M54B30), the N52B30 is a completely new engine, with a new lightweight magnesium-aluminum cylinder block, a different crankshaft and a lightweight connecting rod and piston group.
The 3.0-liter BMW N55B30 turbo engine was produced by the German concern from 2009 to 2018 and was installed on almost all major models of the company, including X-series crossovers. Alpina created several of its especially powerful power units based on this engine.
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.
The 2.0-liter BMW M47 diesel engine, and then the M47TU, was produced from 1998 to 2007 and was installed on the most massive models of the concern, such as 1-Series, 3-Series, 5-Series and X3. There was a version of this motor under the M47R index for Rover and Land Rover cars.
BMW N47D20 diesel engines with a volume of 2.0 liters have been produced since 2007 and are installed on all compact and medium-sized models of the concern, including Mini cars. For some time, such diesel engines were installed on many Toyota compact vans and crossovers.
The BMW B47 2.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine series has been assembled since 2014 and is installed on cars with front-wheel drive as B47C20, rear-wheel drive as B47D20 and on Mini as B47C20A. These motors exist in two different generations and their updated versions are called B47TU1.
Motors of the M57 series began to be installed on Munich cars since 1998 and replaced the diesel M51. The new M57D30 engine was developed on the basis of its predecessor, it also uses a cast-iron cylinder block, but the diameter of the cylinders themselves is increased. Here is an aluminum DOHC head with 24 …
The 3.0-liter BMW N57 diesel engine has been assembled at the plant in Steyr since 2008 and is installed on almost all more or less large models of the German concern. The power unit has three modifications: with single, double or triple turbocharging.
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.