The engine oil changes are just a few of the changes the E39 will have to make to the 2019 model year.
The 2019 E39 is already a bit of a change for the company, which first introduced the car in 2007.
The car is now fitted with a revised version of the standard 6.2L EFI V8 that produces 325 horsepower and 329 pound-feet of torque.
That’s a 5 percent increase from the previous E39.
The new 6.5L engine produces 365 horsepower and 392 pound-fivestles of torque, and the car has been fitted with new power steering, a new fuel injection system, a larger fuel tank, a bigger brake duct, and a more modern transmission.
The revised engine also means that the E35 M3 will be fitted with the same powertrain as the E34 M3 and E36 M3, and that’s no coincidence.
The company says the engine changes will “reduce emissions by more than 50 percent,” and they’re part of an effort to cut emissions in the U.S. by 40 percent by 2025.
The E39, as the company puts it, will be a more efficient car than the E36.
That said, the E38 and E38+ are still much more efficient than the outgoing E39 M3.
While the new engine oil has been introduced to address the emissions issues, some buyers might find the changes to be more noticeable than others.
The E34 was a very popular car in its day, but the new version is a lot more expensive.
That said, if you’re looking for a cleaner engine, there are plenty of other cars on the market that have more efficient engines.
In fact, we’ve listed a few more that you should be aware of.
Check out our 2018 list of the best all-electric cars, or our 2018 Top 10 list of all-new cars.