The power unit in the BMW Z4 sDrive30i develops maximum output of 190 kW from 3.0 litres capacity and maximum torque of 310 Newton-metres. With this kind of power, the BMW Z4 sDrive30i accelerates from a standstill to 100 km/h in 5.8 seconds (with six speed sports automatic in 6.1 seconds). Offering average fuel consumption of 9.2 litres in the EU test cycle (9.0 litres with six speed sports automatic), the new BMW Z4 sDrive30i provides an impressively good balance of acceleration and fuel economy.
Displacing 2.5 litres with the same technology as on the 3.0-litre power unit, the engine featured in the BMW Z4 sDrive23i offers an unusually good balance of sportiness and efficiency, developing maximum output of 150 kW and peak torque of 250 Newton-metres.
Accelerating from a standstill to 100 km/h in 6.6 seconds (with six speed sports automatic in 7.3 seconds), the BMW Z4 sDrive23i consumes 9.2 litres (with six speed sports automatic: 8.9 litres) per 100 kilometres making it a highly efficient entry-level model.
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