• 400 V6 3.0 and 3.5 liter BiTurbo engine M276

    The M276 engine is the last generation of 60 degrees V-angle and was developed jointly with the V8 engine with a structural design in which the value was set to compactness and low weight. In addition also reaching a friction optimization and thus lower fuel consumption.

    The first variant appeared with a displacement of 3.5 liters as a natural aspirated engine and developed an output of 306 HP.

    The interesting engine variants appeared only in 2013 in the E Class and were later also used in the new C class, as well as R, S, SL, ML, GL and GLE class. We are talking about the same V6 design, but with a 3.0 liter capacity and 2 turbochargers delivering incredible factory 333 HP and 480 Nm of torque (272 HP with thee power-reduced version).

From 2014 on there is a 3.5 liters version with twin turbo, but only used for the E and CLS class, which also reaches the factory 333 HP.

This last twin-turbo V6 engine generation of the M276 allowed us to achieve a stable and secure power gain. With our additional module technology, we can crack the 570 Nm torque limit for all models of this group.

 

 

 

Learn more here about the avant-garde Loewenstein additional modules...

 

 

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