2023 BMW M Hybrid V8 Racecar: Price, Fact & Specifications

BMW has revealed the 2023 M Hybrid endurance car with its massive “M” logos and BMW’s motorsport colors. The racecar will celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary in 2022 as the brand came into line on May 1, 1972. BMW offers all M-badged cars with its limited edition logos to mark the Motorsport GmbH 50th anniversary. BMW revealed the electrified hybrid racecar at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles.



The 2023 BMW M Hybrid features the brand’s biggest kidney grille ever. If you thought that the M3 and the M4’s grille looked big, you’ve been pranked. The racecar features the company’s “M” logo at the shark fin which looks appealing. The car’s front fascia is a powerful letter to BMW’s fleet of future endurance racecars.


BMW’s M Hybrid drivers will drive the two racecars for the next year’s WeatherTech SportsCar Championship of the GTP class. BMW M work drivers, Connor De Phillippi, Phillipp Eng, Augusto Farfus, and Nick Yelloly will drive the two hybrid endurance race cars next year. BMW’s IndyCar driver named Colton Herta will drive the 2023 BMW M Hybrid in the 24 Hours of Daytona.



BMW M Motorsport announced that the BMW M Hybrid will also race in the 2024 championships in Europe. The new LMDh prototype will also race in the World Endurance Championship (WEC). It means that we will see both racecars at the Le Mans at the Circuit de la Sarthe in France. The V12 LMR’s replacement will come in the US testing phase last week at Sebring.

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