2019 BMW Serie 8 Engine Specs & Review
2019 BMW Serie 8. This all-new Coupe will arrive in time for the 2019 season and replaces the 6-Series Coupe, which has stopped BMW. Mercedes-Benz is moving back into the huge, huge two-door space, with its magnificent C-Class cabriolet and cabriolet, and BMW should think of a German room on this table. We believe that the successor to the original Serie 8, if somewhat mathematical in the BMW vein, would make an interesting alternative from Kochi, a comfortable-oriented, full-sized Mercedes-Benz doors, not to mention Continental Bentley or the next generation of Gran Turismo Maserati. After the absence of more than 20 years, BMW is finally re-painting Pilgrimate 8-Series. History will not repeat itself this time, however, and we expect BMW will add Serie 8 to the lineup, keeping the smaller 6 series around to do battle with the next Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe.
The 2019 BMW Serie 8 will sit on a version of the latest 7-Series lightweight sedan, a semi-carbon fiber architecture. This puts the 8 above 6 series in the BMW hierarchy (as if its high numerical name did not give this away), although the next generation 6 is expected to use the smaller version of the same platform derived 7 that will also be shared with 2018 5-Series Sedan. Now we have the series in series, we must mention that the Serie 8 will wear a more expressive design than 7, as the artist shows (above). Based on the offer, as well as what we can see from the spy photographer shots, the 8 is likely to resemble a very similar concept to the 2014 BMW luxury future vision, the headlights are all pinched.
The camouflage model also appears off the hood for much longer than the 6 series and much more space between the doors and the rear wheel slot. The rear seats may actually be habitable! More than this point, the 2019 BMW Serie 8 clear ride on the long wheelbase, although not exactly one as long as 7, seems to be very large. The roof line follows a graceful arc from above the driver’s head along the way to a minority of spoiler lips at the end of the trunk, and the rear lights seem to be inspired by those on the concept of a luxurious future vision. Although we only have spy images of the 8-series Coupe, it would not be unreasonable to expect a convertible version arriving in the future. BMW, after all, sells a soft 6 series, and Mercedes-Benz offers Cabriolet Class S.
The 7-series engine is likely to fit into the 8-cylinder engine bay, but we suspect that BMW will include some of the other seven pedestrian offerings, such as the 740e or the 730i. In line with the 8-door sports race, the twin-turbocharged 740i and V-8 dual-turbo 750i twin-engine engines are almost certain, while the turbocharged 7-turbo will make an excellent range of topper Benz S65 AMG Coupe and Cabriolet). The 2019 BMW Serie 8 offered the original V-12 with a manual transmission, but the modern 8 would only be automatic, with each iteration using an eight-speed ZV. The rear-wheel drive will be the standard configuration, and the full-wheel drive will be optional, or possibly standard, in the higher models.
There is no indication of when the 2019 BMW Serie 8 showroom will see galleries. Check back for updates on this topic. Pricing is also unknown, but look for it to come in just higher than the outgoing 6-coupe outgoing, which ranged from $78,595 to $122,295. The competition for the 2019 BMW Serie 8 will be very limited. It is likely that the closest competitors to it will be the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe and possibly the Lexus 500 for you.