BMW has released official information on the upcoming M version of the new 8 series flagship coupe. Earlier, we got the M8's V8 engine, and this is true: BMW's statement includes the TwinPower Turbo V8 printed version that produces 600 horsepower as formulation. When camo comes off, we'll see how far north is.
Future drivers of the new M8 can also move back from all the rear wheels just behind the rear wheel because the power supply of torque vector drives is completely variable, depending on the situation of the driver and the driver's desire. There is an electronically controlled M differential also, and only available eight speeds of automatic transmission. M-tuned chassis and body structure has been stiffened from stock.
The chain shown by the test car Ezorrot on the photo gallery is still spy, but it is clear that it is only a well-functioned function – the rest of the pack is quite perfect for square pipes. The M8 official launch will be available in Frankfurt next September, and the coupe will be followed by the convertible and four-door Grand Coupe version later.
BMW did not disclose any other performance related numbers than electricity generation, but AutoCheck Even more information suggests: The M8 gravity center is 24 mm, or 95 centimeters less than the M5, 0-62 mph time is 3.4 seconds and the maximum speed is 186 mph. Compared, the less hardcore M850i takes 3.7 seconds to reach 62 mph, which is hardly slow. AutoCheck It also notes that the M8 competition is capable of being able to power up to 650 horsepower.