BMW’s new M340d official photo released: 3.6L diesel straight six supercharger

Recently,media exposed a new set of BMW M340d model map, although this model is located between the ordinary BMW 3 Series and high-performance M3 models, but it is the BMW 3 Series “the strongest diesel version.” Moreover, the new M340d offers a sedan and a hatchback travel version for consumers to choose from, and the appearance is quite different from the regular version of the 3 Series, which will not give the owner the illusion of buying an ordinary 3 series.

At the same time, the car is powered by a 3.0T inline 6-cylinder turbocharged engine and matches BMW’s traditional ZF 8AT transmission.

Appearance, still for the BMW 3 series ancestral appearance, did not make much changes, but the front face adopted a unique model of the dot-matrix double kidney net, and surrounded by chrome trim, the overall more dynamic fashion.

BMW's new M340d official map released: 3.6L diesel straight six supercharger

BMW's new M340d official map released: 3.6L diesel straight six supercharger

The headlights are still equipped with BMW’s unique angel-eye headlights, but the design elements of the open eye angle are becoming weaker and weaker. However, this style of design may lead to BMW’s future new car design trend.

It is worth mentioning that, as a performance version of the BMW 3 Series, the new car is equipped with exclusive performance components such as M Performance brake calipers, M Performance wheel rings and valve exhaust. The vehicle’s motor performance is further enhanced.

In terms of power, which consumers are most concerned about, the new car will feature a 3.0-liter turbo diesel engine with a maximum power of 340 horsepower and a peak torque of 700 Nm.

In addition, under the addition of the four-wheel drive system,media measured that the vehicle’s acceleration time of 100 km is less than 4.6S. However, due to the limitation of electronic speed limiter, the speed of the new car is limited to 250Km/h.

BMW's new M340d official map released: 3.6L diesel straight six supercharger

BMW's new M340d official map released: 3.6L diesel straight six supercharger