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While the engine was an all-new design, it clearly reflects the approach taken with previous BMW engines.
|M335||3,485 cc||67 kW (91 PS; 90 hp)||1939-1941|
The displacement is 3485 cc and fuel is supplied by a single Solex carburetor. The engine produces 90 bhp (67 kW) at 3500 rpm. This output is lower than the values advertised for the comparably sized Jaguar SS100, but the BMW unit reportedly provided better-than-average torque.
- 1939-1941 335
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|4-cylinder petrol||Austin/Dixi side valve||Austin/BMW side valve||3/20 OHV engine||309 OHV engine|
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|*made in the Soviet Occupation Zone by Autovelo|