2020 BMW M340i xDrive Specs, Price, Release Date
BMW has chosen the Hall of LA Motor Show to present in society the 2020 BMW M340i xDrive sedan, currently the sportiest version of the new Series 3.
The LA Auto Show will be held between November 30 and December 9 and at the stand of the German brand, the new BMW M340i xDrive sedan will be one of the main attractions. It is a variant of marked sports mood of the new generation of the Series 3 that will hit the market next spring. Needless to say, the new 3 Series 2019 will take a special role in the American show.
The 2020 BMW M340i xDrive will be presented in its body sedan, at least for now and will begin to be marketed in the United States in July next year (later reach the European market). This version incorporates the well-known turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine, but thanks to various improvements in the double turbocharger and new adjustments in the distribution system, among others, it increases its performance by 48 hp to reach 374 hp and a maximum torque of 51.02 mcg. This mechanics is associated exclusively with the eight-speed Steptronic automatic transmission and also has ** xDrive ** all-wheel drive; for the occasion mounted rear differential self-locking electronic control.
2020 BMW M340i xDrive Engine Specs; BabyM3
The BMW M340i xDrive mounts M suspension with electronic control dampers, a specific braking system and quite generous footwear on spectacular 19 ” wheels. The direction, on the other hand, is of variable demulti application.
Like benefits of the 2020 BMW M340i xDrive, declares an acceleration of 0 to 100 km / h in 4.4 seconds, while the average consumption of fuel per 100 km is 7.5 liters and CO2 emissions of 172 grams per kilometer.
For additional information, in 2019 BMW will also introduce the X3 & X5 Plug-in Hybrid. The mechanical possibilities of the BMW X3 and X5 SUVs will be extended with two hybrid plug-in versions that will arrive next year. Official confirmation by the brand, although still no official release date, the new BMW X3 and X5 will have hybrid plug-in versions from next year. The SUV will be available in PHEV versions that allow more modest consumption but without giving up high doses of power.
After a little attempt with its saloons, BMW seems to raise the bet as far as plug-in hybrids are concerned, with the BMW X3, one of its best-selling models, and the BMW X5, the most representative SUV of the brand that served as for the other models of the firm in this segment.
According to BMWBlog, the BMW X3 will have the same engine that already assembles the BMW 330e iPerformance (soon to be renewed) but with an increase in power to almost 300 HP. In addition, according to the brand, the new engine of the sedan, which is also expected to see in the SUV, is 10 percent more efficient and can move the car in electric mode for 60 kilometers.
As for the BMW X5, the engine will be even more powerful and it is speculated that it can approach the 400 HP of power, maintaining the 60 kilometers of electric range.