The End-line of the Luxury standard, the BMW 8-series is all about Style, Elegance and Performance, Won’t ever be Fashionably-late as this set of Wheels are total fire on road.
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BMW gives the 2023 8-series coupe and convertible a handful of small updates, including a subtlety revised front fascia with a newly standard illuminated kidney grille. The M850i adds aerodynamic side mirrors—courtesy of the M8 models—and an M badge in the grille. The newly optional M Sport Package Professional (coupe only) brings dark elements to the grille and headlights as well as black-painted brake calipers; on the M850i it adds a black spoiler, too. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of BMW’s M performance division, the M850i can now be had with the classic M logo, which replaces the exterior BMW roundel badges. Inside, the touchscreen grows from 10.3 to 12.3 inches.
Engine, Performance, Mileage, 0-60 mph
You choose engine as you choose the models, the 840i models are comprised of 335-hp turbocharged inline-six-cylinder whereas, the 850i models 523-hp twin-turbo V-8. Sounds discriminating, so does their exhausts.
Though the 850s do have a Achieves the 0-60 mph in just 3.3 seconds but as for the 840s, people are as crazy as balls to know that as the mark remains unknown.
The 850 does hold a reputation for delivering 17 mpg city and 25 highway whereas the 840, the more economical for running does provides 23 mpg city and 30 highway.
A lot of variety to choose from, certainly a matter of budget, the BMW offers 6 variants for:
- 840i coupe $85,995
- 840i convertible $96,000 (est)
- M850i coupe and M850i gran coupe $100,895
- M850i convertible $111,000 (est)
- ALPINA B8 gran coupe $145,895
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