2016 BMW M8 Redesign and Specs

To celebrate their 100th anniversary, BMW is bringing out 2016 BMW M8. This power machine will be a great competitor to a lot of luxury cars on the market.

CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS

New BMW model will come with a lot of redesigned features that will make this sport vehicle a powerful and aggressive machine. New model will be built on the i8 platform. Bavarian company will use lightweight materials in building this car. Carbon fiber and aluminum are just some of the materials that will help the new 2016 BMW M8 reach the target weight of 2,760 pounds and boost its fuel efficiency. Next to the recognizable grille we should expect redesigned headlights, as well as upgraded aerodynamics that will come as a result of its large air intakes and optimal body shape. The wheel size is expected to be 18 inches. The refreshed interior of the new BMW M8 will contribute to the luxury comfort of its users. The cabin will be furnished with heated front seats. With stability and traction control, driver’s safety will not be compromised either. Considering all of these improvements, as well as features like wireless connectivity, audio system, DVD player and many more, this supercar proves to be at the top of the class.

2016 BMW M8 front view

2016 BMW M8 ENGINE

A full proof that 2016 BMW M8 will be a true beast on the roads comes in the form of the engine. With a 4.4 liter V8 turbocharged engine, the new M8 will definitely be a nice upgrade from M5. This powerful engine will produce between 600 and 650 horsepower. The brand new supercar will have eight speed automatic transmission and will be able to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 3 seconds. With the maximum speed of 200 mph, new BMW M8 will also be implemented with a start/stop system that will positively affect fuel consumption.

2016 BMW M8 interior

RELEASE DATE AND EXPECTED PRICE

2016 BMW M8 is expected to hit the markets sometimes in the 2016. The price is still unknown, but it is expected to start at around $330,000, making it clear that this is not a car for an average consumer.

2016 BMW M8 back view

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