According to cartradeindia.com, BMW has unveiled 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine. The new engine will replace company’s classic naturally aspirated 3.0L six cylinder. Though the company is not revealing much details of the car at the moment, it is expected that the new engine will power the likes of BMW 1-Series, BMW X3, 3-Series, Z4 roadster and 5-Series models.
The new 2.0L power-train is capable of generating a peak power of 245-horsepower at 5,000 rpm along with a top torque of 35.6 kg/m at mere 1,250 rpm. The fuel consumption and emission level have been decreased considerably in the new BMW engine as compared to the same of its existing 3.0L power-mill.