Excited about the new BMW 8 Series? You should be! It’s a beautiful beast of a car. Its classic lines complement a mean look. The appealing 8 looks like it’s leaning into a curve even when it’s parked.
There’s nothing better than being a BMW 8 Series coupe dealer. Unless it’s being an 8 Series owner!
Power to Spare
The TwinPower Turbo V8 in the BMW 8 Series coupe is made for acceleration, whether it’s growling out of a full stop or taking that opening at speed in traffic that any other car couldn’t make.
The handling is superb. This is a high point in BMW’s already considerable engineering history. The BMW 8 Series clearly has racing roots, and it’s just as fun on the open road as it is on the track. No other car quite matches the feeling the the 8 Series gives you, and it’s a thrill.
The interior is well sculpted, with some of BMW’s best lines and most comfortable detailing yet. Tearing up the road has rarely been so inviting. The interior is lush with technology that’s presented in a simple, elegant, easy-to-use manner. If there’s one thing BMW is pioneering, it’s implementing technology in ways that don’t overwhelm or confuse the way other makers often do. Everything you need is there, but it’s built so use is second nature.
The interior design itself is an entire feature list of surprises: Merino leather, precise stitching, perforated designs. It’s a masterpiece of clean lines mixed with subtle detail. The exterior echoes this, with shapely contours that all lean into the 8 Series’ sporty performance, and a mean look from the front. It gives other drivers warning that they should prepare to marvel as you pass them by.
Visit a BMW 8 Series coupe dealer to get a taste of stellar performance. And if you really want to stun every driver you pass, yes, we do expect an M8 version (the concept M8 is nothing short of stunning).
A new BMW X2 may be on the way – and expect this one to be different. And just as exciting as you’d hope.
A BMW X2 convertible would feature two doors and a soft-top roof. The possibility of a rear hatch is being considered, but we’ll hold off on the predictions until we know more!
What We Know Now
The 2-Series convertible may see a hiatus going forward. This would make a new BMW X2 the maker’s only convertible option in the compact segment. We can hardly wait for 2019.
New BMW X2 Features
The BMW X2 is already a distinctive crossover with an affordable price range and nice performance specs. It features a number of forward-thinking and futuristic advances on a very practical platform. Cornering lights help light up the oncoming turn. Full LED rear lights help make backing up clearer. It also features a full range of safety technology, from lane-departure warning to automatic high-beams, and forward-collision warning paired with automated emergency braking.
A range of internal technology is also executed cleanly and simply to aid you in driving assertively and safely.
The low positioning of the BMW X2 evokes the feel of a coupe and gives it great road sense. One can only imagine that a new BMW X2 would handle just as cleanly in true Bimmer fashion as a quick and nimble car build to remove any lag between driver and road.
In true BMW brand fashion, the new BMW X2 will be beautiful, with an incredibly stylized look. It should appear agile, even when parked, like it wants to get up and thread its way down the highway. One thing’s for sure – the new BMW X2 will meld from a neat twist on BMW design into something altogether unexpected and unique. As your eye travels across the car, the design should speak to the dynamic nature of the brand’s tradition and the modern adaptability of BMW’s forward-thinking design.
The new BMW X2 convertible should be a fantastic drive. Both in feel and in showing off it’s look, it’ll be something special. While it looks likely, we’ll have to wait and see to be sure if the BMW X2 convertible becomes a reality. In the meantime, take a look at the existing BMW X2s for good-looking, practical and accessible feature-filled cars.
Maybe you’ve had a chance to look at the new BMW i8. Maybe you’ve held off because you need to know more about this iteration. Here’s your chance. The futuristic head turner is a hybrid with a design that stops people in their tracks.
What gives the new BMW i8 its “heart”? The battery. The old battery pack topped at 7.1 kWh. That’s not bad, but to stay ahead of the curve, it can be improved upon. That’s why the next i8 features a battery at 11.6 kWh. This doesn’t change the weight, but it does update the technology. This should improve upon the i8’s range from about 18 miles to over 30.
That’s the difference between making a daily commute a hybrid affair vs. making it fully electric. That’s a big deal, and it can do a lot to help environmentally minded BMW drivers feel better about their drives.
The electric motor’s also been improved. The 143 hp of the electric motor is up from 131 hp. Combine this with the combustion engine and you’re up to 369 hp. That’s a meaty amount for a speedy car that has the environmental footprint of a microcar.
The advantage of the updated BMW i8 is in its reduced environmental footprint. You can go 0 to 60 mph in under 4.2 seconds, but the footprint you leave behind is considerably less than a competitive car powered only by a combustion engine.
The Turned Heads
As long as the i8 keeps those astounding swing-up doors on its sleek frame, we’re glad to sit in the driver’s seat. You can take it for a spin to get a feel for it at your South Florida BMW dealership. Driving it is a unique experience that you deserve to feel for yourself.
As great as everything inside the car is, our favorite part is still what happens outside of it – the dropped jaws and amazed stares. For all the improvements on an already-capable battery and powertrain inside the car, it’s still the stunning exterior that gets the most notice.
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