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  • BMW M57 BMW M57

    The M57 is a water-cooled and turbocharged inline six cylinder diesel engine with common-rail-injection. It was revised twice during its production time. It ...

  • BMW M70 BMW M70

    The BMW M70 is a SOHC V12 petrol engine, which was BMWs first production V12 and was produced from 1987 to 1996. The BMW S70/2 engine, largely unrelated to t...

  • BMW M47 BMW M47

    The BMW M47 and Rover Group M47R are straight-4 Diesel engines. Variants were manufactured by BMW from 1998 to 2007. BMW gradually adopted high-pressure comm...

  • BMW M20 BMW M20

    The BMW M20 is a SOHC straight-six petrol engine which was produced from 1977 to 1993. It was introduced eight years after the larger BMW M30 straight-six en...

  • BMW M43 BMW M43

    The BMW M43 is an SOHC four-cylinder petrol engine which was produced from 1991-2002. The M43 powered base-model cars, while higher performance models at the...

  • BMW M40 BMW M40

    The BMW M40 is an SOHC four-cylinder petrol engine which was produced from 1987–1994. It served as BMWs base model four-cylinder engine and was produced alon...

  • BMW M30 BMW M30

    The BMW M30 is a SOHC straight-six petrol engine which was produced from 1968 to 1994. With a production run of 22 years, it is BMWs longest produced engine ...

  • BMW M4 BMW M4

    The BMW M4 is a high-performance version of the BMW 4 Series automobile developed by BMWs motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. Part of the renumbering that split...

  • BMW M88 BMW M88

    The BMW M88 is a straight-6 DOHC petrol engine which was produced from 1978-1989. It is based on the DOHC version of the BMW M49 engine, which was used in th...

  • BMW M50 BMW M50

    The BMW M50 is a straight-6 DOHC petrol engine which was produced from 1990 to 1996. It was released in the E34 520i and 525i, to replace the M20 engine. In ...

  • BMW M5 BMW M5

    The BMW M5 is a high performance variant of the BMW 5 Series marketed under the BMW M sub-brand. It is considered an iconic vehicle in the sports sedan categ...

  • BMW M1 BMW M1

    The BMW M1 is a mid-engined sports car produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 1978 to 1981. In the late 1970s, Italian automobile manufacturer L...

  • BMW M60 BMW M60

    The BMW M60 is a naturally aspirated V8 petrol engine which was produced from 1992 to 1996. It was BMWs first V8 engine in over 25 years. The M60 was replace...

  • BMW M6 BMW M6

    The BMW M6 is a high-performance version of the 6 Series marketed under the BMW M sub-brand from 1983–2018. Introduced in the coupe body style, the M6 was al...

  • BMW M3 BMW M3

    The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3 Series, developed by BMWs in-house motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. M3 models have been produced for ev...

BMW M62

The BMW M62 is a naturally aspirated V8 petrol engine which was produced from 1995 to 2005. A successor to the BMW M60, the M62 features an aluminium engine block and a single row timing chain.
In 1998, a Technical Update included VANOS variable valve timing for the intake camshafts.
The S62 engine is the BMW M high performance version of the M62, which was released in the E39 M5.

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1. Design
Like the BMW M60 engine it replaced, the M62 is a DOHC engine with four valves per cylinder, an aluminium block and aluminium heads. The M62 has fracture-split forged connecting rods, hypereutectic pistons with ferrous coated side skirts. Most of the M62 engines used Alusil for the block material, however some early M62 engines used Nikasil cylinder coating instead.
Alusil technology integrates silicon throughout the aluminum cast so that liners or treated bores within this block family are not needed.
The M62 uses a Bosch Motronic 5.2 engine control unit also called "DME" and a hot wire MAF.
Technical Update
In 1998, a "Technical Update" was applied to the M62, resulting in the M62TU variants. New features include single-VANOS variable valve timing for the intake camshaft and electronic throttle control. The engine management was updated to Motronic ME7.2.

2. Versions
Figures specified are for European models.
* 175 kW 235 bhp for E38 7 Series models. ** 216 kW 290 bhp for 2001-2003 540i models sold in the United States
M62B35
The M62B35 has a bore of 84 mm 3.3 in and a stroke of 78.9 mm 3.1 in.
Applications:
1996–1998 BMW 7 Series E38 735i/735iL
1996–1998 BMW 5 Series E39 535i
M62B44
The M62B44 has a bore of 92 mm 3.6 in and a stroke of 82.7 mm 3.26 in.
Applications:
1997–1999 BMW 8 Series E31 840Ci
1996–1998 BMW 7 Series E38 740i/740iL
1996–1998 BMW 5 Series E39 540i
M62B46
The M62B46 was developed by Alpina, and was designated the F3, based on the M62B44. It has a bore of 93 mm 3.7 in and a stroke of 85 mm 3.3 in.
Applications:
1997–1998 Alpina B10 V8
Alpina F5
The F5 was developed by Alpina, based on the M62TUB46. It has a bore of 93 mm 3.7 in and a stroke of 89 mm 3.5 in.
Applications:
2002-2003 Alpina Roadster V8
2002-2004 Alpina B10 V8S

2.1. Versions M62B35
The M62B35 has a bore of 84 mm 3.3 in and a stroke of 78.9 mm 3.1 in.
Applications:
1996–1998 BMW 7 Series E38 735i/735iL
1996–1998 BMW 5 Series E39 535i

2.2. Versions M62B44
The M62B44 has a bore of 92 mm 3.6 in and a stroke of 82.7 mm 3.26 in.
Applications:
1997–1999 BMW 8 Series E31 840Ci
1996–1998 BMW 7 Series E38 740i/740iL
1996–1998 BMW 5 Series E39 540i

2.3. Versions M62B46
The M62B46 was developed by Alpina, and was designated the F3, based on the M62B44. It has a bore of 93 mm 3.7 in and a stroke of 85 mm 3.3 in.
Applications:
1997–1998 Alpina B10 V8

2.4. Versions M62TUB44
In 1998, the Technical Update was applied, resulting in the M62TUB44. In the United States, power for 2001-2003 540i models was increased to 216 kW 290 bhp.
Applications:
1999–2003 BMW X5 E53 X5 4.4i
2002–2005 Range Rover
1999–2001 BMW 7 Series E38 740i/740iL
1998–2003 BMW 5 Series E39 540i
2000–2004 Morgan Aero 8

2.5. Versions M62TUB46
The M62TUB46 is based on the M62TUB44. With 10.5mm lift intake and exhaust camshafts. Slightly stronger valve springs and valves. It has a bore of 93 mm 3.7 in and a stroke of 85 mm 3.3 in.
Applications:
2000–2004 Morgan Aero 8 GTN
2002–2004 BMW X5 E53 X5 4.6is
1999–2001 Alpina B10 V8

2.6. Versions Alpina F5
The F5 was developed by Alpina, based on the M62TUB46. It has a bore of 93 mm 3.7 in and a stroke of 89 mm 3.5 in.
Applications:
2002-2003 Alpina Roadster V8
2002-2004 Alpina B10 V8S

3. S62
The BMW S62 engine full model code S62B50 is the high-performance variant of the M62, which is fitted to the E39 M5 and the E52 Z8. The S62 was BMWs first V8 engine to have double-VANOS variable valve timing on the intake and exhaust camshafts.
The S62 engine produces 294 kW 394 hp at 6600 rpm and 500 N⋅m 369 lb⋅ft at 3800 rpm. The redline is 7000 rpm. The bore and stroke are 94 mm 3.7 in and 89 mm 3.5 in respectively. This results in a displacement of 4.941 cc 301.5 cu in, compared with the 4.398 cc 268.4 cu in of the largest M62 engine at the time.
Other differences compared to the M62 include:
A semi-dry sump oil system, consisting of two additional scavenging pumps which activates during hard cornering
Hollow camshafts.
Engine control unit is a Siemens MSS 52
Individual throttle bodies for each of the eight cylinders, which are electronically actuated and have driver-selectable "normal" and "sport" mode throttle response.
A double-row timing chain, compared with the single-row chain used by the M62
Dual air intakes and mass flow sensors
Compression ratio is 11.0:1, compared with 10.0:1 for the M62
As per the M62, the S62 has an aluminium block and head. The S62 was assembled at BMWs Dingolfing plant.
Applications:
2000–2003 BMW Z8
2000–2004 Hartge H50 BMW 3 Series E46
1999–2006 Ascari KZ1
2006 Ascari A10
1998–2003 BMW 5 Series E39 M5

4. Bentley Arnage
The 1998-2000 Bentley Arnage Green Label is powered by a Cosworth-developed twin-turbo version of the M62B44. This engine produces 260 kW 349 bhp and 569 N⋅m 420 lb⋅ft.

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BMW M3

The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3 Series, developed by BMWs in-house motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. M3 models have been produced for ev...

BMW M6

The BMW M6 is a high-performance version of the 6 Series marketed under the BMW M sub-brand from 1983–2018. Introduced in the coupe body style, the M6 was al...

BMW M60

The BMW M60 is a naturally aspirated V8 petrol engine which was produced from 1992 to 1996. It was BMWs first V8 engine in over 25 years. The M60 was replace...

BMW M1

The BMW M1 is a mid-engined sports car produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 1978 to 1981. In the late 1970s, Italian automobile manufacturer L...

BMW M5

The BMW M5 is a high performance variant of the BMW 5 Series marketed under the BMW M sub-brand. It is considered an iconic vehicle in the sports sedan categ...

BMW M50

The BMW M50 is a straight-6 DOHC petrol engine which was produced from 1990 to 1996. It was released in the E34 520i and 525i, to replace the M20 engine. In ...

BMW M88

The BMW M88 is a straight-6 DOHC petrol engine which was produced from 1978-1989. It is based on the DOHC version of the BMW M49 engine, which was used in th...

BMW M4

The BMW M4 is a high-performance version of the BMW 4 Series automobile developed by BMWs motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. Part of the renumbering that split...

BMW M30

The BMW M30 is a SOHC straight-six petrol engine which was produced from 1968 to 1994. With a production run of 22 years, it is BMWs longest produced engine ...

BMW M40

The BMW M40 is an SOHC four-cylinder petrol engine which was produced from 1987–1994. It served as BMWs base model four-cylinder engine and was produced alon...

BMW M43

The BMW M43 is an SOHC four-cylinder petrol engine which was produced from 1991-2002. The M43 powered base-model cars, while higher performance models at the...

BMW M20

The BMW M20 is a SOHC straight-six petrol engine which was produced from 1977 to 1993. It was introduced eight years after the larger BMW M30 straight-six en...

BMW M47

The BMW M47 and Rover Group M47R are straight-4 Diesel engines. Variants were manufactured by BMW from 1998 to 2007. BMW gradually adopted high-pressure comm...

BMW M70

The BMW M70 is a SOHC V12 petrol engine, which was BMWs first production V12 and was produced from 1987 to 1996. The BMW S70/2 engine, largely unrelated to t...

BMW M57

The M57 is a water-cooled and turbocharged inline six cylinder diesel engine with common-rail-injection. It was revised twice during its production time. It ...