BMW 5 Series GT: Engine specs

5 Series GT | May 22nd, 2009 by 10
BMW 530d GT

Since many of you have requested to see the full details on all the three motor options available for the BMW 5 Series GT at …

Since many of you have requested to see the full details on all the three motor options available for the BMW 5 Series GT at this point, we decided to give you a short summary. For the past eight hours or so, we have posted many articles around the 5 Series GT launch, so please take the time to browse through them, we have shared some useful information and most important, some high-quality photos of the Gran Turismo.

BMW 5 Series GT: Engine specs

BMW 550i Gran Turismo:
V8 gasoline engine with TwinPower Turbo and High Precision Injection
Capacity: 4, 395 cc,
max output: 300 kW/407 hp from 5, 500–6,400 rpm,
max torque: 600 Nm/442 lb-ft from 1,750–4,500 rpm
Acceleration 0–100 km/h: 5.5 seconds
Top speed: 250 km/h (155 mph)
Average fuel consumption to the EU standard: 11.2 litres/100 kilometres, equal to 25.2 mpg imp
CO2 emissions to the EU standard: 263 g/km,
emission standard: EU5

BMW 535i Gran Turismo: straight-six gasoline engine with TwinPower Turbo, High Precision Injection and VALVETRONIC,
Capacity: 2,979 cc,
max output: 225 kW/306 hp at 5,800 rpm,
max torque: 400 Nm/295 lb-ft from 1,200–5,000 rpm,
Acceleration 0–100 km/h: 6.3 seconds,
Top speed: 250 km/h (155 mph),
Average fuel consumption to the EU standard: 8.9 Liter/100 kilometres,
equal to 31.7 mpg imp,
CO2 emissions to the EU standard: 209 g/km,
emission standard: EU5

BMW 5 Series GT: Engine specs

BMW 530d Gran Turismo:
straight-six diesel engine with aluminium crankcase and third-generation common-rail direct fuel injection (piezo-injectors),
max injection pressure: 1,800 bar
Capacity: 2,993 cc,
max output: 180 kW/245 hp at 4,000 rpm,
max torque: 540 Nm/398 lb-ft from 1,750–3,000 rpm
Acceleration 0–100 km/h: 6.9 seconds
Top speed: 240 km/h (149 mph)
Average fuel consumption to the EU standard: 6.5 litres/100 kilometres,
equal to 43.5 mpg imp
CO2 emissions to the EU standard: 173 g/km,
emission standard: EU5

  • Mauro Corti

    What about the car weight ?

    • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

      @Mauro, 2590 kg and 2670kg

  • housejunkie85

    i dunno whether to like this car or not i really like the front and from profile it looks sick but those tailights im not so sure but im sure when i see it nxt to me i am goin to be impressed…bmw designs always grow on me!!!

  • Alex

    by far the most hideous thing i’ve ever seen in my life. Talk about design by commitee. puke

  • Mauro Corti

    The rear is too much ugly, can’t look at it… I do like the rest of the car but I really can’t stand that rear look… that’s a pity, best interior, good front and side view, awful rear..

  • L1ndja

    Dont really know why you dont like the rear,i think its stunning its 100% Bmw all the way and Love the L-shape.

  • Jav

    Those taillights look like those eyes of Star wars’s storm troopers’. Will people buy a car that looks like a hybrid between a Bimmer 5 series sedan and X Series?

  • Tine

    Correction:

    Correct curb weight (w/o cargo & driver) figures – by DIN standard:

    535i GT: 1,940 kg (4,277 lbs)
    550i GT: 2,060 kg (4,542 lbs)

  • viper

    I support everything bmw does , I hope that this thing sells good otherwise it will be another R class which in my opinion is a great car

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