Originally Posted by bdaddylo
BMW uses "Twin Power Turbo" designation for both twin turbo and twin scoll.
IIRC, BMW uses the term "Twin Power Turbo" because of:
2. Direct Injection
I don't think it has anything to do specifically with 'twin' turbos, nor 'twin' scrolls. By 'twin' they mean power delivery through two forms.
Maybe we are saying the same thing, BMW's latest phraseology is somewhat devoid of logic, as are their long model designations LOL
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