Tuners donated even more power to the BMW M550d xDriveOctober 9, 2018
For those who don’t know, the BMW M550d xDrive is a high-performance version of a German business class car. This version of the sedan is equipped with a fairly powerful 4-cylinder diesel engine with a capacity of 394 hp. However, if this power is not enough, the tuning studio mcchip-dkr can squeeze out additional horsepower from this engine.
Apparently, when creating a new appearance of the BMW M550d xDrive, foreign tuners were inspired by the spirit of the 1980s. Well, under the hood of this sedan is something that can be envied by an absolute majority of motorists from both the distant 80s of the last century and our days. In its standard version, the car is equipped with the most powerful 6-cylinder diesel engine, whose power is 394 hp, and the max torque of its is 760 Nm.
Apparently, the specialists of the tuning studio mcchip-dkr want to prove to everyone that even if we take the initially very powerful car, it is possible to increase its power even more without special problems.
According to official data, the current owners of the high-performance M550d xDrive sedan can pay $ 1,605 for a stage1 power enhancement kit. In this case, the 4-cylinder engine can produce a maximum 464 hp, and the maximum torque value will be equal to 850 Nm. In addition, stage1 unlocks the maximum vehicle speed to 290 km / h – as standard, the maximum possible speed of the BMW M550d xDrive is electronically limited to 250 km / h.
If this turns out to be not enough for you, then you definitely have the habits of a real racer and the stage2 power boost package is perfect for you. For 1,930 dollars or 128,653 rubles, you will receive a 508-hp version of the M550d xDrive, the max torque of which is now 865 Nm. Well, the maximum speed will be equal to an impressive 295 km / h.
Finally, we want to note the wheels with a dimension of 20 inches “shod” in tires Continental ContiSportContact 255/35 R20 on the front axle and 285/30 R20 at the rear. Also, the atelier mcchip-dkr specialists also worked on the vehicle’s suspension.