BMW will no longer use a 3.0 litre diesel turbo engine in September this year, but before that the German company on Friday, July 31, released a special version of crossover X5 and X7 under the name Final Edition.
As notes a press-the centre of German corporations, the special options will be for the Eastern European States. X5 and X7 in variations of the Final Edition have laser headlights, a semi-Autonomous driving system, head-up display, premium Harman Kardon, finish Crafted Clarity, and many others.
6-cylinder turbo diesel 3.0-liter engine develops 400 HP and 760 Nm of torque. The X5 M50d can accelerate to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds and maximum speed up to 250 km/h. In turn, the X7 M50d acceleration to first “hundred” takes 5.4 seconds with a top speed of 250 km/h.
As noted by the German manufacturer, cross X5 M50d consumes 8,3 liters per 100 km and emits 218 g CO2 per 1 km, while the X7 M50d – 9 litres / 100 km and 235 g of CO2 per kilometer.