You want a family sedan with 600 hp, which can run from zero to sixty in 3 seconds? You put your bottom dollar you do. And if you're already on the market for an M8, this two-door version is actually $ 3,000 cheaper than the two-door version, so you can also save a few dollars.
I am traditionally the one who says: "Ugh, another new niche vehicle in a fictitious segment. Ho hum. "But this time I call" Hot damn! "From the rooftops, because of the damned rules, the pantheon of full-fledged executive sedans with lots of power, sleek looks, and tons of speed."
The 2020 BMW M8 is a 30-year flagship with 600 hp rear-wheel drive
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The M8 Gran Coupe The M8 Competition Gran Coupe are almost identical in technical terms and drivetrain to their respective two-door M8s and feature the same 4.4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine with 600 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque (625 hp in the Competition model), the same M xDrive all-wheel-drive system with selectable RWD and the same 8-speed automatic transmission and all this jazz – there's nothing new except the family-friendliness of two additional he doors.
For these additional doors, the M8 Gran Coupé was 9.1 cm longer, 1.4 cm wider and 2.3 cm larger than his two-door brother M8. 7.9 inches of this length is added to the wheelbase, so you can be sure that the rear seat has much more legroom than the two-door. This extra amount is linked to a weight penalty that adds 185 pounds to two doors and increases the total weight to 4,480 pounds.
Personally, I hate the tendency to call everything a four-door "coupe", but this car looks too good to be furious for a long time.
Just look at this fantastic quilted and perforated interior. Look at these totally damn wheels. AND SEE HOW PURPLE IS!