Tag: BMW M8

Marvel’s Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings Is Full Of BMW Destruction

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a juggernaut that regularly sees films earning more than $1 billion (£719 / €827 million). Given that, it’s little surprise automakers line up to have their vehicles featured in Marvel movies. While Audi and Acura stepped up for the first slate of films, it appears BMW is taking over. We’ve […]

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BMW 4-Series Gains New M Performance Diesel And Carbon Fiber Roof

BMW was pretty busy last night as they introduced the 2022 M5 CS as well as new plug-in hybrid powertrains for the 3- and 5-Series. That was just the tip of the iceberg as the company also revealed their spring updates. The big news is the M440d xDrive Coupe will arrive in March with a 3.0-liter […]

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Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Vs. BMW M8 Coupe Competition: Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

The Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 and BMW M8 Coupe Competition are about the same size, have similar nought to 60 times and can run the quarter-mile in around 11 seconds, but which one’s actually quicker off the line? In theory, that would be the M8, because, unlike its challenger, it is all-wheel drive. Officially, the […]

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BMW’s Not Mid-Engine M8 Plays Ping-Pong On The ‘Ring, Hits Two Guardrails In One Crash

BMW recently confirmed its mysterious M8 prototype doesn’t feature a mid-mounted engine, but maybe it should have as the model crashed on the Nürburgring earlier today. According to spy photographers who caught the aftermath, the car “crashed into the guardrail on both sides of the track” near the Pflanzgarten section of the Nordschleife. It then […]

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BMW Official Confirms Mysterious 8-Series Was Not A Mid-Engined Car

Earlier this week, our spy photographers managed to snap a few pictures of a mysterious prototype based on the 8-Series Coupe. Due to the vented rear window quarter panels, some suggested that it might be  a development vehicle for a future mid-engined model, you know, like as a new supercar, perhaps a modern-day M1. However, […]

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