BMW is bringing the twin-turbocharged six-cyinder 7 Series to North America.
The 2011 BMW 740i and BMW 740Li will be available for sale in the United States in Spring 2010. Both are powered by twin-turbo 3.0L inline six engines with a claimed power output of 315 hp and 330 ft-lb. of torque.
The 740i and 740Li join the V8 750i/750Li and V12 760Li in BMW’s flagship line in North America.
Another example of BMW’s EfficientDynamics "virtual displacement" concept, the twin-turbo inline six promises the power of a V8 but the fuel consumption of a six-cylinder engine.
Other EfficientDynamic features include all-aluminum construction, direct fuel injection, double-VANOS variable camshaft technology and brake energy regeneration.
Both the BMW 740i and BMW 740Li will be available with all 7 Series options including the M Sport, driver assistance, luxury seating, rear entertainment and BMW Individual Composition packages.
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