2013 Porsche 911 Turbo Getting New Tri-Turbo Setup

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2013 Porsche 911 Turbo Getting New Tri-Turbo Setup
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Porsche is upping the engineering ante with their 2013 911 Turbo, which our spy photographer caught yesterday, to deliver more power and better fuel efficiency all at once. The new 911 Turbo will keep the same 3.8-liter horizontally opposed six cylinder engine as previous models, but it will have a new boost thanks to a… Continue Reading...

BMW X6 M50d to Get Tri-Turbo, Six-Cylinder Diesel With 545 Lb-Ft of Torque?

BMW X6 M50d to Get Tri-Turbo, Six-Cylinder Diesel With 545 Lb-Ft of Torque?
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Rumors are now spreading rampantly since BMW released its teaser video of the first-ever BMW M Diesel in the form of their X6 crossover. It is now widely believed that the X6 M50d will come with a tri-turbo, six-cylinder diesel powerplant pushing out 381-hp with a healthy 545 lb-ft of torque. The folks over at… Continue Reading...

BMW M5 Diesel in the Works? Leaked Document Reveals M550dX Model

BMW M5 Diesel in the Works? Leaked Document Reveals M550dX Model
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Over the last few years, diesel technology has taken a huge leap in technology. So much so, that a diesel powered car is the preferred choice of weapon for any endurance race. With their success on the track being recognized, it’s only a matter of time before fast diesels make their way into road cars,… Continue Reading...

BMW 7 Series, X6 to Get Tri-Turbo Diesel Engines

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BMW 7 Series, X6 to Get Tri-Turbo Diesel Engines
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BMW is working on a new engine for its diesel cars, and it’ll be packing three turbos for the X6 and the 7-Series—just like the next M3. The Tri-Turbo will be a 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine with more turbochargers than BMW’s twin-turbo models, but less than Bugatti’s quad-turbo engine. Combined, power of these pinwheels will be… Continue Reading...

BMW M3 to Get Tri-Turbo Small Displacement Straight-Six

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BMW M3 to Get Tri-Turbo Small Displacement Straight-Six
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With the 2012 M5 now revealed in all its turbocharged glory, the auto tabloids have switched focus to the next-generation M3. While the V8 has long been rumored as dead, the latest reports indicated BMW will switch back to a straight-six engine, opting instead for turbochargers to make up the difference for the decreased displacement…. Continue Reading...
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