2020 BMW M8 Competition Gran Coupe Review: More to Love

It was cool, but you also got the feeling that any mention of the word “Mustang” would be met by rage and the putting of your name on a blacklist by the BMW reps. Not that such a thing exists…

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BMW M8 Leaks in Full Ahead of Debut, Looks Mean as Hell

The BMW M8 appears to have leaked online well ahead of its debut next year.

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BMW 8 Series Shown Ahead of Today's Debut at Le Mans

The BMW 8 Series is been teased one last time ahead of its debut at Le Mans in France today.

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BMW Teases 8 Series Gran Coupe Concept and It Has 4 Doors

BMW has released a teaser image of the 8 Series Gran Coupe Concept ahead of the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.

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Spy Photos Provide Best Look Yet at 2018 BMW M8


Spy photographers have taken another set of pictures of the camouflaged, pre-production BMW M8 testing. This time, though, they’ve managed to see the car’s interior.

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BMW M8 Convertible Caught by Photographers at the Nurburgring

A prototype for the upcoming BMW M8 Convertible caught the attention of photographers during a recent outing to the Nurburgring in Germany.
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BMW M8 GTE Gives Us a Good Look at Upcoming Coupe

BMW has released the first official images of its new M8 GTE racecar that will compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship starting in 2018.
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Photos of BMW 8 Series Concept Leak Online

A pair of photos reportedly revealing the new BMW 8 Series Concept have hit the internet before they were supposed to.

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Is BMW Working on a New M8?

BMW has been caught testing a gorgeous coupe on the Nurburgring, and it could be a new M8. 

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BMW M8 Supercar Rumored to Get Hybrid V10 and All-Wheel Drive

BMW‘s upcoming exotic, based on the Vision Efficient Dynamics Concept, is rumored to due out in 2013 and possibly carry the M8 badge. The rumors, however, sound a bit too extreme. What’s hard to believe is the reported engine and drivetrain, with the M8 powered by a hybrid V10 with electric motors situated at each axle, to deliver all-wheel drive performance. According to Autozietung, the M8 will use a V10 engine (unlikely as BMW has dropped V10s from its lineup in favor of more powerful and efficient twin-turbo motors). Two electric motors will help deliver a boost of power at each axle, with the front motor creating anywhere from 80 to 115-hp, while the rear motor will deliver 50-hp.

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