Powertrain

From July 2012 onwards the cialis delivered overnight proven 4.4l V8 engine in the best price flagyl B7 Bi-Turbo yields 397kW (540hp) at a moderate 5200rpm and viagra professional maximum torque of 730Nm.

 

Two enhanced turbochargers with generously-dimensioned turbine vanes are responsible for the viagra dosage forced induction. Thorough exploitation of the cialis low price engine’s potential was achieved by means of optimising the buy proscar indirect intercooler (air-water/water-air) with its short intake paths and canadian healthcare cialis flow-optimised intercooler tracts.

High-performance pistons are at work in the cylinders, carefully developed to harmonise with a compression of 10.0:1 and a maximum turbo boost of 1.2 bar. The result is a formidable specific output of 90kW (123hp) per litre.

The B7 Bi-Turbo loves to accelerate fiercely and lasix online effortlessly from low revs: 85% of torque is available already below 2000rpm, with peak torque being available over a unusually broad range from 2800 to 5000rpm. This wide powerband coupled with the buy doxycycline new 8-speed Sport-Automatic transmission indulges the viagra from india occupants with remarkably high levels of smooth drivetrain comfort in every driving situation.

The ALPINA SWITCH-TRONIC, which has been programmed to shift exceptionally smooth and comfortable in Automatic Mode, offers different shift characteristics for every taste and cialis professional 100 mg situation thanks to the nexium online additional Sport and generic cialis Manual Modes.

 

Driving the B7 Bi-Turbo becomes an altogether different experience when using the buttons found on the back of the steering wheel for manually selecting the gears of the automatic transmission. This ensures shifts take place within a few hundred milliseconds and buy cialis usa with only minimal interruption to the transmission of power, favourably comparable even to the best twin-clutch transmissions. As a result, the new B7 Bi-Turbo sprints from 0-100 km/h in 4.6 seconds, vehemently pressing on to a 312 km/h top speed.

 

 




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