BMW is planning to retire its 3.0-liter quad-turbocharged diesel engine this year and to give tribute to the M50d models it revealed a Final Edition for the BMW X5 and BMW X7. It is interesting to know that both Final Edition Models are for the eastern European market which is Romania.
BMW X5 and X7 Final Edition Models are well equipped as we can see a long list of standard features on them including leaser headlights, semi-autonomous driving systems, head-up display, acoustic glass, Harman Kardon sound system, and special door sills with Final Edition badging.
Both models use a 3.0-liter quad-turbocharged inline-6 engine with 394 hp and 760 nm of torque. The X5 M50d can hit 100 kph in 5.2 seconds while the X7 M50d is a bit slower with its 5.4 seconds record. This 0.2 second is acceptable if we consider X7’s more weight. The top speed is electronically limited to 250 kph for both models.
As the diesel engines can run more miles per gallon the fuel consumption for the X5 M50d is 8.3 l/100km and 9 l/100km for the X7 M50d.