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The 2020 BMW M8 Coupe and Convertible enter production in July.
The M8 twins promise up to 617 horsepower from the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8.
Whether you choose coupe or convertible bodystyles, xDrive all-wheel-drive is standard.
For maximum driver enjoyment, the setup acts like a rear-wheel-drive car most of the time, however.
Coupe models are priced from $133,000 before options and a $995 delivery fee.
Coupe models are priced from $142,500 before options and deliver.
The M8 features a few new interior tidbits, but most of it is carryover 8 Series.
This is not a bad thing.
Inside, the latest iteration of iDrive is featured, including a 10.5-inch center touchscreen and a 12.25-inch digital gauge cluster.
20-inch alloys are standard, with Competition models getting their own unique pattern.
Massive carbon-ceramic brakes are optional, too.
You can have any transmission you want, so long as it's an eight-speed flappy-paddle automatic.
The 4.4-liter V8 features additional cooling and lubrication versus garden-variety 8 Series models.
Yep, there's a new electronic shifter.
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