At the very beginning of 2019, we saw a new round in the development of the M-family from BMW. Crossovers X3 M и X4 M not only expanded the lineup – they became a platform for the premiere of a new engine. The three-liter inline twin-turbo S58 has been named the most powerful in the history of the brand, but have such statements ever stopped tuners? For example, a Swiss atelier COUNTER can increase the engine output up to 650 hp. and 770 N • m. Recall that ordinary “emoks” under the hood have 480 forces, while the Competition versions have 510. The maximum torque is the same for the modifications and amounts to 600 Newton meters.
The secret of the boost lies in the installation of a new engine management program, but you won’t be able to ask the price – the prices have not been made public. But the younger firmware for 612 “horses” and 720 N • m was estimated by the Swiss at 4440 francs (371 thousand rubles). CFRP intake system – additional 2,580 francs (216,000). What maximum speed the crossovers will show after removing the electronic limiter for 330 francs (28,000 rubles) is not disclosed. Recall that stock machines with the M Driver’s Package, the maximum speed is 280 km / h or 285 for the Competition versions. Acceleration from standstill to 100 km / h takes 4.2 or 4.1 seconds, respectively.
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