BMW X6, a brief history – Ideal Engines

The X6 model basically known as coupe version of X5, was proposed at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show. In April 2009, the sporty X6 M version was announced with 555 hp (414 kW The BMW X6 was launched in 2008 by German auto maker BMW. It was launched as mid-size luxury car with features including high ground clearance, four wheel drives and all weather ability.), 4.4 – liters turbocharged V8.

BMW X6 series has two variants in petrol engine xDrive50i and diesel engine X6 xDrive35i. The first model in petrol engine xDrive50i uses twin-turbocharged V8 which produces 408 PS between 5,500 and 6,400 rpm, and 600 NM of torque over a wide range of between 1,800 and 4,500 rpm.  The second model X6 xDrive35i uses N54 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged engine which producing 306 PS between 5800 and 6250 rpm, and a peak torque of 400 NM between 1400 and 5000 rpm. In case of diesel engine which also has two variants xDrive30d and xDrive35d, respectively. They are powered by BMW’s 3.0-litre turbo diesel engine, and produce 286 PS in the xDrive35d version. The difference with xDrive35d is that xDrive30d produces 235 PS.

There are many ways in which energy is saved in the X6 series in particular hybrid technology and some engine controlling mechanism. The following briefs complete details.  In 2009 BMW introduced BMW Active Hybrid X6 consists of a 300 kW (407 hp) V8 power unit with BMW Twin Power Turbo Technology and two electric engines developing 67 kW (91 hp) and, respectively, 63 kW (86 hp.)  BMW Active Hybrid technology offers three significant options first to drive under electric power alone second to use the power of the combustion engine and third combination of both drive.

The turbo charged M V8 Engine develops its outstanding power with remarkable efficiency. BMW X6 has equipped with range of different technologies include on demand control of the electric fuel pump, on demand compressor for the air conditioner and flow control supply of the hydraulic fluid to the active roll stabilization system. So using these ranges of technologies energy consumption can be minimized.  

Both in the X5 and X6 series designed to withstand for crashes and has crash safety and supreme agility. It addition to external safeguards it has frontal and hip/thorax airbags as well as curtain head airbags to protect the front and rear part of the passengers body. In order to prevent spinal injuries front seat crash activated and also rear seat fitted with child seat anchors. All restraint systems are activated by the central safety electronics which detects the type and severity of the accident and accordingly it activates the safety equipments. On the whole X6 series gives better driving experience to driver with less CO2 emission being environment friendly too.

The X6 model basically known as coupe version of X5, was proposed at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show. In April 2009, the sporty X6 M version was announced with 555 hp (414 kW The BMW X6 was launched in 2008 by German auto maker BMW. It was launched as mid-size luxury car with features including high ground clearance, four wheel drives and all weather ability.), 4.4 – liters turbocharged V8.

BMW X6 series has two variants in petrol engine xDrive50i and diesel engine X6 xDrive35i. The first model in petrol engine xDrive50i uses twin-turbocharged V8 which produces 408 PS between 5,500 and 6,400 rpm, and 600 NM of torque over a wide range of between 1,800 and 4,500 rpm.  The second model X6 xDrive35i uses N54 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged engine which producing 306 PS between 5800 and 6250 rpm, and a peak torque of 400 NM between 1400 and 5000 rpm. In case of diesel engine which also has two variants xDrive30d and xDrive35d, respectively. They are powered by BMW’s 3.0-litre turbo diesel engine, and produce 286 PS in the xDrive35d version. The difference with xDrive35d is that xDrive30d produces 235 PS.

There are many ways in which energy is saved in the X6 series in particular hybrid technology and some engine controlling mechanism. The following briefs complete details.  In 2009 BMW introduced BMW Active Hybrid X6 consists of a 300 kW (407 hp) V8 power unit with BMW Twin Power Turbo Technology and two electric engines developing 67 kW (91 hp) and, respectively, 63 kW (86 hp.)  BMW Active Hybrid technology offers three significant options first to drive under electric power alone second to use the power of the combustion engine and third combination of both drive.

The turbo charged M V8 Engine develops its outstanding power with remarkable efficiency. BMW X6 has equipped with range of different technologies include on demand control of the electric fuel pump, on demand compressor for the air conditioner and flow control supply of the hydraulic fluid to the active roll stabilization system. So using these ranges of technologies energy consumption can be minimized.  

Both in the X5 and X6 series designed to withstand for crashes and has crash safety and supreme agility. It addition to external safeguards it has frontal and hip/thorax airbags as well as curtain head airbags to protect the front and rear part of the passengers body. In order to prevent spinal injuries front seat crash activated and also rear seat fitted with child seat anchors. All restraint systems are activated by the central safety electronics which detects the type and severity of the accident and accordingly it activates the safety equipments. On the whole X6 series gives better driving experience to driver with less CO2 emission being environment friendly too.

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