The BMW 114 was a nine-cylinder air-cooled diesel radial engine intended for military aircraft use. Developed in 1935 from the BMW 132, with which it could be interchanged, work did not progress beyond experimental prototype engines.
The supercharged BMW-Lanova 114 V-4 was a liquid-cooled diesel engine variant which was also not produced in numbers.
Type: 9-cylinder radial engine
Bore: 155.5 mm
Stroke: 162 mm
Displacement: 27.7 L
Supercharger: single speed supercharger
Cooling system: Air- and Liquid-cooled
Power output: 510 HP