New BMW M8 draws closer to 2019 launch

The new BMW M8 will arrive in 2019 with over 600bhp from its twin-turbo V8 and a price tag in the region of £140,000

BMW previews M8, reveals a few engine details | IOL Motoring

BMW is starting to open up about the M8 version of its new 8 Series. Here's what we know so far:

BMW will soon be tearing the camouflage off its M8 Coupé

Munich's flagship asphalt-griller will pack 440kW

BMW gets production of the fierce 8 Series Convertible up and running

Unlike the BMW i8 Roadster, which dragged to market years after the i8 Coupe, the new 8 Series Convertible hits production mere months after the coupe. BMW brings fresh air into its performance flagship, giving it 523 hp and a power soft-top that opens in 15 seconds.

BMW M8 revealed in testing |

Greg Kable reports on the 2019 BMW M8, which has been revealed as a disguised prototype during undergoing final development testing.

Sporting life: the new BMW 8 Series and Z4

We test drive two revived BMWs on the opposite ends of the sporting spectrum

F92 BMW M8 Coupe preliminary details - V8, 591 hp, M xDrive AWD; Convertible and Gran Coupe models later

More details of the upcoming F92 BMW M8 Coupe have been released ahead of the model’s official debut and market launch, the latter in 2019. Keeping things

BMW M8 Coupe: More details -

Bavarian brand's new flagship sports coupe hits Estoril, but may not out-power M5 Competition

New BMW M8: 600bhp-plus super coupe prototype track ride

Full-on M version of BMW's range-topping 8 Series will be revealed next year, and we've had a ride in the first prototype

BMW Reveals 8-Series Soft-Top, Readies New M8

BMW reveals the new 8-Series convertible while prototypes of the M8, the flagship of the automaker’s M performance-car division, undergo testing.

They share silhouettes, but the similarities between the M8 GTE racer and the M8 production car end there.

BMW launches not one, but three cars that live up to its great-driving past , - THE BUSINESS TIMES

BT Motoring: THE BUSINESS TIMES Hub - AS car manufacturers try to reinvent themselves as "mobility providers", marketing slogans have changed to suit. BMW used "the Ultimate Driving Machine" tagline for nearly 50 years, for example, before swapping it for the amorphous "Joy".. Read more at The Business Times.