What BMW Has The B58 Engine?

BMW is well known for producing top-line engines with superb power and reliability. The B58 is a live example of peak German engineering.

The B58 is a turbocharged straight-six engine launched in 2015. This engine is part of a modular engine family, with 2,998 cc (3.0L) displacement. This engine was named as the  Ward’s World’s 10 Best Engines four times, in 2016, 2017, 2019, and 2020.

Apart from its predecessors and many non-M BMW engines, this engine is almost perfect in terms of power, reliability, and durability. So, let’s know everything about the B58 engines.

The BMW B58 Engine

The predecessor of the BMW N55, the B58 uses a closed-deck engine block, with 20% more boost pressure. It also has an increased compression ratio of 11.0:1, where it has a higher displacement of 2998cc rather than the N55’s 2,979cc with an extra 18 lb (8 kg) weight.

The B58 turbocharger uses a twin-scroll design, which is proven to be more efficient for power output, rather than the single turbochargers with less turbo lag.

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In the intercooler, it uses a water-to-air design, which is more efficient for cooling. It also features a heat encapsulation system, which traps engine heat and protects the engine’s internal components from damage due to heating.

What BMW Has The B58 Engine?

The B58 engine was launched in 2015, with three iterations B58B30M0, B58B30M1, and B58B30O1. However, there was another engine version of B58B30C, which was basically the B58B30M1 version. It was launched specifically for the Toyota Supra.

So, let’s see all the versions of the BMW B58 engine and all the BMWs that use this engine.


The B58B30M0 has four different versions with different power outputs. It has a power output of 322 HP and torque of 332 lb-ft at 1,380–5,000 rpm to max 355 HP and 369 lb-ft at 1,520–4,800 rpm torque.

Applications (322 HP):

  • F30/F31/F34 340i (2015–2019)
  • F32/F33/F36 440i (2016–2019)
  • G11/G12 740i/Li (2016–2019)

The Applications (335 HP):

  • F20/F21 M140i (2016–2019)
  • F22/F23 M240i (2016–2021)
  • G30/G31 540i (2017–2019)

Applications (355 HP):

  • F30/F31/F34 340i (2016–2019)
  • F32/F33/F36 440i (2016–2019)
  • G01 X3 M40i (2017–2019)
  • G02 X4 M40i (2018–2019)


The B58B30M1 has a max power output of 335 hp at 5,000–6,500 rpm and 369 lb-ft at 1,600–4,500 rpm torque.


  • G05 X5 xDrive40i/sDrive40i (2018–2023)
  • G07 X7 xDrive40i (2018–2023)
  • G29 Z4 M40i (2018–present) For EU emissions standards subjected countries
  • Toyota GR Supra (2019–present)
  • G30/G31 540i (2020–2023)
  • G32 640i (2020–2023)
  • G06 X6 xDrive40i (2020–2023)
  • G11/G12 740i (2020–2022)
  • G14/G15/G16 840i (2019–present)
  • Morgan Plus Six (2019–present)

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The B58B30C is basically the rename of the B58B30M1, for use in Toyota Supra. The B58B30C also produces the same peak power output as the B58B30M1.


  • J29/DB Toyota Supra (2020)
  • Ineos Grenadier (2022–present) detuned to 286 hp


The B58B30O1 has a peak power output of 382 hp at 5,000–6,500 rpm and a torque of 369 lb-ft at 1,600–4,500 rpm.


  • G29 Z4 M40i (2018–present) for countries without EU emissions standards regulation
  • G20/G21 M340i (2019–present)
  • G01 X3 M40i (2020–present)
  • G02 X4 M40i (2019–present)
  • G22/G23/G26 M440i (2020–present)
  • Toyota Supra (2021–present) for countries without EU emissions standards regulation
  • G42 M240i (2021–present)
  • Boldmen CR4 (2021–present)

B58B30M2 (375 HP)


  • G07 X7 xDrive40i (2022–present)
  • G70 740i (2023–present)
  • G05 X5 xDrive40i (2024–present)
  • G06 X6 xDrive40i (2024–present)
  • G60 540i xDrive (2024–present)


The S58 engine is the most powerful engine of the BMW B58 engine. The S58 engine has a max power output of around 503 hp at 6,250 rpm and a torque of 479 lb-ft at 2,600–5,950 rpm.


The lower version of the S58 engines is found in the standard F97 X3 M, F98 X4 M, G80 M3, and G82 M4. And the highest version is available on the F97 X3 M Competition, F98 X4 M Competition, G80 M3 Competition, and the G82 M4 Competition.


Now you know all the what bmw has the b58 engine, and if you want a B58 engine BMW it is one of the best decisions you could make. Because the B58 engine is a modern mix of the good old reliability and beast power level.

So, I hope you liked this article, leave a comment below for any inquiries.

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