2011 Hartge H35d based on BMW 5-Series F10 review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 20 October 2011 , 19:10:23 byVeronica

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Hartge H35d based on BMW 5-Series F10

The 2011 Hartge H35d based on BMW 5-Series F10 was chosen by the readers of a famous specialist magazine to be the most sporting car of 2011, in the diesel category. Exhilarating performance is its distinguishing feature, boasting 354 HP at 3,400 rpm, an impressive power output which was achieved due to the power-boosting module, which also ensured 700 Nm of peak torque at 1,800 rpm. The CO2 emissions were not affected by the increase of 54 HP, producing 162 g/km,thus meeting the Euro 5 compliants. The H35d was lowered by 30 mm as compared to the standard model, while the special appearance on the road is stressed by the ten-spoke wheel fitted with Yokohama Advan Sport tyres. The unique design details show a set of emblems for the bonnet and boot lid, matt-silver stripes, together with a discrete Hartge insignia. The refined interior offers driving excitement through the threespoke sports leather steering wheel, a two-piece set of aluminum pedals for the automatic transmission, black velour foot and boot mats. The sprinting abilities of the H35d provide 200 km/h achieved in less than 5.2 seconds and a electronically-limited top speed of 250 km/h.