Originally Posted by AW128i
Hmm, turbocharged V6s have been done before (Saab, Audi, etc.) so what's new here? Perhaps sequentially-charged V6s are a new thing? I think the Toyota Supra was the last production car to feature a sequential turbocharger system, but that was an I6, not a V6. Speaking of which, I don't have any issues with BMW replacing the N.A. I6 engines with turbocharged 4-cylinders, but to replace I6s and V8s with V6 engines...why BMW, why??
My 2010 335d has a sequential I6 3.0 Turbo!