2019 BMW M8. The concept is, as in Vogue, a four-door coupe, with a sloping roof line that seamlessly blends into the lid of the trunk. The long front hood and the closed windshield give a mathematical dimension, while the deep front and large air intakes hint at BMW M8 performance. The Golden Kidney Trim is meant to indicate “uniqueness”, while the hexagonal shape of the racing lights is reminiscent of a race car BMW M8 GTE. The entrances are made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) to maintain weight. When BMW introduced the 8 Series in 1989, it recreated the full-size luxury car segment with a unique car full of innovative features. However, the global crisis and rising fuel prices in the early 1990s fueled it to become a strong seller, with just over 30,000 units sold until 1999, when they were shut down. About two decades later the eighth series is due to return. After unveiling a concept car in May 2017, BMW released a set of photos confirming that the BMW M8 is also under implementation in 2018.
The first thing to come to mind when looking at the 2019 BMW M8 GeForce is that the production model will not look as strange as the concept of the Series 8. This confirms that the BMW will give the Coupe series a softer position, and it will remove the large openings behind the front fenders, huge sockets under the headlamps, Powerful engine. The front grille also features a less angular design line with current BMW sytling signals. This is not a bad thing, because the vertical slices are very thin and sharp, and the kidneys are wide enough to produce a wide position. The headlamps are obviously thicker than the concept, but they are superior to anything else you get now for the i8.
At the bottom, the mop looks like the standard BMW M, with large ports towards the sides and longer ventilation openings with a mesh network in the middle. This section will be unique in the BMW M8 car, while the eighth category will play a less powerful element. On either side, the large scoop behind the front fenders is missing, while the ceiling sits considerably. This is not surprising, since concept cars are usually more elegant than their counterparts in production. However, the good news is that the rear-view, one of the most elegant features in the eighth category concept, if you ask me, looks very similar. Moving to M additions, we have more attractive side skirts and a range of double-bends with dark gray. Behind them we can see the mandatory blue calipers.
Despite their cleanliness and rank on the passenger side, the dashboard is highlighted by a distinctive red stitch on the upper side and around the central stack area. The BMW did not have very little about the exterior features of the BMW M8 car and the production schedule, but did not share any information about the inside or the technology inside. On the other hand, we have the concept of Series 8 to get hints about what we may find in BMW M8. As you would expect, the interior car of the car is a fun translation of the current BMW design language. It features an attractive blend of clean surfaces and vertical lines, an elegant central console, complete digital kits, and a new steering wheel design.
Given what we can get in the other M models, it is safe to assume that the 2019 BMW M8 will get the juice from the V-8 or the V-12 turbocharged twin. It can be said that this is the most important part in the next BMW M8 period, especially since we expect a very strong major tour. With both Mercedes-Benz and Bentley delivering output of more than 600 hp at the AMG S65 and Continental GT Speed, respectfully, the BMW is highly vulnerable to dropping much of the gravity in BMW M8. Consider what we can get in another M models, It is safe to assume that the BMW M8 will get the juice from the V-8 or the twin turbo V-12. In fact, there is a great chance that BMW will offer both, just like Mercedes-Benz do with the S63 AMG and AMG S65. The V-8 is likely to come in the form of a 4.4 liter turbocharged unit similar to the one presented in the new BMW M5. The output must be sitting near the 600-horsepower mark to meet the 577 horses delivered by the Mercedes-AMG S63.
The xDrive AWD system is likely to be standard, at least here in the United States. The M760Li V-12 engine, which uses a twin-turbocharged V-12 engine, can be obtained. This unit outputs 600 hp and 590 lbs of twisting in the top 7 series and should be able to have more gravity in 2019 BMW M8. Given that the Mercedes-AMG S65 is good for the 621 horses, it would not be surprising to see the BMW rush towards the 650 mark Horsepower. The V-12BMW M8 is likely to come with AWD, giving it an advantage over Merc-RWD only. This will be more pronounced in the acceleration section, where 2019 BMW M8 is likely to reach 60 mph in less than 3.7 seconds. As with most Bimmers here in the United States, BMW M8 must come with automatic transmission only. TwinPower Turbo Technology Twin Turbo Turbocharger, Two-Way Turbocharger, High Precision Direct Injection, Double VANOS Camshaft Control
It’s a bit early to talk about the prices here, but it’s clear that 2019 BMW M8 will not come cheap. I bet that this big trip will bring more than the M760i xDrive, which sells for $156,700. Expected a price of approximately $170,000 for the V-8 model and a sticker worth at least $200,000 for the V-12 product.