BMW has announced the introduction of new four-cylinder engines for the 2-Series, for the 4-Series Convertible, 4-Series GranCoupe and for the 5-Series.
BMW is preparing your future ride for summer vacations by adding new engines to models such as the 2-Series, the 4-Series Convertible, the 4-Series GranCoupe and the 5-Series. The 2-Series Coupe will be getting an all-wheel drive system, for the M235i xDrive, which will be sent to the four-wheels through an 8-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox. The 228i Coupe will be coming with a 2.0L unit with 245 HP and 350 Nm of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint made in 5.7 seconds and an average fuel consumption of 6.6L / 100km.
The BMW 4-Series Convertible will be getting a new entry-level version, the 420i Cabrio, with a 184 HP 2.0 liter petrol burner. The 435i Cabrio will be a new version added to the model, with its 306 HP and the optional xDrive. Three diesel engines will be added to the range too, in the 425d (218 HP and 450 Nm for the 2.0L unit), the 430d (258 HP and 560Nm) and the 435d xDrive, with its 313 HP and 630 Nm of torque. The same engines will be available for the 4-Series GranCoupe too, along with the all-wheel drive system.
The BMW 5-Sereis will be getting a new generation of the 2.0 liter four-cylinder TwinPower Turo engine. This will be found on the 518d, on the 520d and on the 520d xDrive. On the cheapest version, this will be good for 150 HP, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint made in 9.1 seconds. On the 520d and 520d xDrive, the engine will produce 190 HP and 400 Nm of torque.