Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 27, 2013
The recently video released on autoevolution.com highlights why the new dielsel BMW sold in Europe is the perfect mix of economy and power, and stands out in the current market where hybrids and economy vehicles seem to rule. While the new technology is not available in the States as of yet, Fernando Perez of Braman BMW explains what is special about his new technology and highlights new similar products in the US Market.
As the article attached to the video states,”The Bavarians are really proud of their achievement, of creating an engine that's economical, fun and powerful, so much so that they're relaxed enough to joke about it, which is something Germans don't do every day.” The video, featured on the website produced by BMW TV portrays a new, more playful advertising tone comparing the new engine technology to the likes of King Kong and Godzilla, but is serious about the technology it discusses.
Fernando Perez, a veteran car enthusiast and salesman from the infamous Braman BMW best known as the most popular BMW dealership in the US, explains why the New BMW engine technology being shared in Europe is changing the auto industry, and creating a revolution in the sports/luxury vehicle market.
As far as technology and emissions is concerned, the 320d Efficient Dynamics Touring leads the new models. The model is equipped with a range of features to improve fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions, and has a 161bhp four-cylinder diesel that's available with either a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox. Both versions average 65.7mpg and emit 112g/km of CO2.
“The new tri-turbo diesel engine added to the X5 M50d, X6 M50d and M550d xDrive BMW models bring the BMW driver a more exciting driving experience, without excess emissions. This technology will soon be the trend in sports and luxury vehicles as a powerful alternative to the environmentally friendly hybrid vehicles,” adds Perez
Although the diesel technology is not being offered in the US, Perez suggests drivers in the US test the similar BMW 528i series that the New York Times quoted as,
"A great success, achieving about 20 percent better fuel economy than the fifth-generation model they might be trading in, with even better performance and only a few subtle losses of refinement.”
The new diesel technology may never make its way to the states, but drivers can find the same balanced mix of luxury, economy and power in the new 5 Series.
For more information on the latest BMW Technology contact Fernando Perez of Braman to get in-depth information, and visit his Facebook page for BMW news for auto enthusiasts. Additionally, aside from his enthusiasm for BMW's Perez is an active advocate for the probiotic community for acne and cleaning.