2020 BMW M850i Series Coupe *satin white* review and walkaround by Dream Driven Exotics 4K

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the 2020 BMW M8 Competition coupe/convertible, powered by the current-generation M5's twin-turbo V-8 juiced up to 617 horsepower and a tarmac-torturing 553 lb-ft of torque. Like the M5, power goes through a quick-shifting eight-speed automatic and clever adjustable all-wheel-drive system with AWD, AWD Sport, and RWD modes. Is it everything I had hoped it would be? Nearly.
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Pressing the starter button, the M8 convertible's subdued rumble awakens my 20-year-old dream, but now with 200-plus more horses than I had originally hoped. I click the button to open the car's sport exhaust system. "It's gonna be a ferocious thing, right?" I ask myself. My driving partner and I take to the streets of Faro, Portugal, and putter through town in Comfort mode, the engine barely idling and yet supplying peak torque at just 1,800 rpm. Entering an "A" road (freeway), we pin the throttle and leap onto the motorway as if we were about to take flight. Sure, it's the torque doing the work, but the top-end horsepower (peaking at 6,000 rpm) is what is so remarkable. The car's acceleration feels never-ending. BMW reckons either the coupe or convertible will run 0-60 mph in about 3 seconds flat. We concur; we've already tested a mere 523-hp M850i xDrive, and it does the deed in 3.4-3.5 seconds.

Price: 140,188.69 USD
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