It has been rumored a new 2019 BMW 8 Series for a few years, but for some strange reason, BMW has refused to bring it back until now. And I say “weird” because the German brand urgently needs a luxury coupe on the Series 6. With Mercedes Benz selling a two door S-Class and Audi working on the A9, the 8 Series is practically mandatory if BMW wants to follow the competition. And it goes without saying that the S-Class was already well ahead of the 7 Series well before having the Coupe and Cabriolet versions.
Above all, never expect the design of the 2019 BMW 8 Series to have the enormous consumption factor in the main fender and the best grille. These factors are likely to be much more compact, although the wing may have a much more normal physical appearance, probably closer to Series 7. In addition, I suppose the headlights will increase in size, although BMW may take into account the design of the Cluster for the concept, which is associated with the current design. The M8 prototype also shows that massive ventilation grilles on the front fenders are likely to develop. Of course, we could see a start there, but it will be noticeably smaller. It can cause a collection of constitution less defined on the dresses of the middle part. Also, anticipate that the roof stays a little raised.
Once again, the 2019 BMW 8 Series will be established in a very different way with the concept. The high quality rear lights will be replaced by more enjoyable design models, and the hatchback spoiler will be smaller. If you like this awful appearance of the carbon dioxide fiber diffuser and important leaks, you may have to wait for the M8 to come out, since the 2019 BMW 8 Series will have a less aggressive edition of the personal computer. Awarded, the standard coupe will have a sporty tail, but most likely BMW will look a much more stylized look in the non M model.
It can be assumed that the 2019 BMW 8 Series will have the same engines as the sedan. Seeing how the S-Class sedan and coupe share the same transmissions and, more importantly, how BMW generally extends its engines between their nameplates, it’s safe to assume that the 2019 BMW 8 Series will have the same engines as the sedan In the United States The lineup starts with the 840i, which has the twin turbo, 3.0 liters in the six line with 320 horsepower and 330 pounds of torque. The performance figures are likely to improve slightly, so your model should reach 60 seconds from a stopped start in 5.3 seconds, a tenth of a second faster than the sedan. The maximum speed will be limited to 130 mph as standard, but with the option of increasing it to 155 mph. Powertrain and four wheel drive versions will be available.
As expected, the 2019 BMW 8 Series is expected to have a much more ambitious price than the Series 6, Series 8 that will be launched next year and could be valued at more than 150,000 euros ($ 168,510) in European countries.