BMW 8-Series coupe
After a long time, German luxury car manufacturer BMW officially announce the BMW 8-Series coupe comes back again.
Last year, the automobile company hinted at the new model’s appearance last year when it debuted the 8 Series concept. Unfortunately, the production form doesn’t look quite as smooth as that model, but BMW took the most important design themes to heart. The model features a low-slung body, large air intakes, and a bold front spoiler.
The new model M850i xDrive has LED laser headlights, which are the slimmest headlights of any BMW model to date. The rooftop gets unobtrusive twofold air pocket molding motivated by great race autos, and also includes conventional trapezoidal twin fumes tailpipes. Twenty-inch M light alloy wheels complete off the look.
M850i xDrive variant
The M850i xDrive variant equipped with a revised 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine, the coupe produces 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. BMW claims it can hit 60 mph in 3.6 seconds, which means it ought to be significantly quicker than a V-8-powered 7 Series. We tried a 7 Series with the 445-hp twin-turbo V-8 reaching 60 mph in 4.3 seconds.
The 8 Series uses an eight-speed programmed gearbox that upgraded with a wider gear ratio. This feature works in conjunction with an all-wheel-drive framework that has a back-wheel bias. Top speed is 155 mph.
While, the 8 Series comes in at a curb weight of 4,478 pounds. Numerous parts, including the doors and hood, are made of aluminum. To reduce weight, buyers can choose a carbon-fiber-fortified plastic roof.
Inside the cabin, you’ll find standard Merino Individual leather upholstery and folding rear seats. Features include a standard head-up display, standard cruise control and optional stop and go functionality, standard parking assistant, standard gesture control, and standard ambient lighting.
While, the cost will release closer to the models on sale date this fall.