2020 BMW M8 Price –The specific version shown is the hottest M8 contest. It features a number of carbon fiber accents that will most likely destroy the standard M8. You should also come up with extra horsepower but you’re not sure until the BMW M launches the M8 in the coming months.
We have leaked shots spot details include roof carbon fiber, side mirror covers, front suction surrounds, side vents, trunk lid spoiler and rear diffuser. You’ll also notice large wheels with a diameter of 20 inches and 275/35-dimensional Michelin pilot sports tires as pre-measure. The brake package also looks like it contains carbon-ceramic rotors.
The M8 design was preexamined in March with the concept of the M8 Gran Coupe at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.
BMW M has just announced the development of the M8 in November entering the final stages. The car is confirmed to be coming with the same mechanical package as M5, a 4.4-liter two-turbo V-8, 8-speed automatic and drive-selectable rear wheel drive with rear-biased means all-wheel traction. Peak output should be 600 standard M8 HP and probably about 620 HP M8 Competition, both digits are probably conservative rated.
Compared to the regular 8 series, including the M850i M Performance model on sale in December, the M8 benefits from improved body rigidity. Engineers also use lessons from the M8 racing program to increase weight distribution and gravity center by applying chassis components and assemblies. BMW M said the weight is minimized, though we doubt that the vehicle’s brake weight would slip under the 4,000-pound sign. Yes, the 8 series is a heavy beast.
2020 BMW M8 Price
M8 in the Coupe guise will soon be the first at the North American International Auto Show at the Geneva Auto Show 2019, probably next January 2019 in Detroit or next March. The sales 2019 will probably follow with the car arriving as a 2020 model.
The M8 Convertible and M8 Gran Coupe variants will follow shortly thereafter. It’s too early to talk pricing but expect a starting price around the $150,000 mark. The M8 alternatives include the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe and the Bentley Continental GT.