BMW M8 Leaked In Full Glory
The 2019 BMW M8 Competition makes some rounds on the web again five months past its first premature appearance.
Music-video worthy photos flashy red car were all over Instagram and several forums.
The model is unfailingly impressive. Two fiery tones of red contrast the deep black grille but the devil is in the details. Carbon fiber accents on the air intakes and diffuser add to the model's style and elegance. And it looks like Carbon Fiber will be all over M8 Competition including in its rear spoiler and roof. Black exterior mirrors, custom alloy wheels, and four tailpipes completed the look.
It looks like BMW M is planning to redesign the M8 Coupe-giving it a dash of sportiness while maintaining the high-end and luxurious feel, reports Carbuzz.
BMW is crafting special editions of the 8 series including a four-door Gran Coupe, a diesel, a base 840i, and an M8.
BMW M8 Competition and model will be available at the same time as the "ordinary" M8 Coupe. M8 is confirmed to have a capacity of 630 while the competition version may get past the 650 hp mark. Powered by a V8 engine, it will have a top speed of 200 mph
The BMW 8 Series made a comeback in 2018 after a 20-year hiatus. Developed succeed the 6 Series, the exotic mid-size supercars Series is sportier and trendier, ready to take on Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe, reports Top Speed.
BMW M is the branch of BMW that specializes in motorsports, crafting herculean luxury vehicles.
Initially intended for serious racers, BMW M has attracted the attention of adventurous elites. The first models of M were confined to the race tracks. After almost two decades, finer versions were developed to be everyday drivers. Still, critics often review BMW M units as "blindingly fast."
BMW M is among the most popular BMW cars and among the favorite of the upper class. If Mercedes Benz is all about prestige, BMW M is about power. Other imagine BMW M cars to be the ride where you can literally tell your driver to fly.
The series is often compared to Audi's RS, Mercedes-Benz's AMG, and more Lexus F.
M-badged cars are known for their modified engines, suspensions, transmissions, aerodynamics, interior trims, and exterior modifications.