The BMW M8 is arguably the brand’s most desirable car model for its combination of upscale styling and blistering performance whether you’re on a racetrack or a freeway with a very generous speed limit. Introduced in 2020, the M8 is available in coupe, convertible and four-door Gran Coupe body styles.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
For 2022, BMW has made the formerly optional Competition package standard across the M8 lineup.
BMW makes the M8 in a single trim, but, as mentioned above, offers three distinct body styles. In all of them, power is from a 4.4L twin-turbo V8, an eight-speed transmission, and all-wheel drive
Every M8 starts with 20-inch wheels, sport exhaust and differential, a power trunk, passive keyless entry, soft-close doors, and adaptive LED headlights. Inside, there’s leather upholstery, carbon fibre trim, a heated steering wheel, wireless phone charging, and sport seats with lumbar. Gran Coupe models add power rear and rear side sunshades, and four-zone A/C.
The basic safety package comprises front and rear parking sensors, automatic high beams, forward collision mitigation, surround-view cameras, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, and rear collision prevention.
A premium package adds active cruise control, enhanced driver assistance features, lane keeping and traffic jam assists, forward cross-traffic alert, evasion assist, ventilated front seats, and surround sound audio.
BMW estimates the M8’s fuel consumption at 16.1/11.0 L/100 km (city/highway).
If you’re shopping for a luxurious, high-powered two- or four-door coupe, you may also want to consider the Mercedes-AMG GT, the Porsche Panamera, and the Audi RS 7.
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