Starting from £76,250

Sleek and narrow headlights, athletic contours and a new double-bubble roofline give the new BMW 8 Series a rare presence that is both utterly luxurious and remarkably sporty. Discover BMW’s first-ever luxury sports car.

BMW has combined its racing heritage with luxury design to create the new BMW 8 Series. Available as a coupé and a convertible, they have been developed in parallel with the new BMW M8 GTE, which entered the legendary 24-hour Le Mans 2018 race.

For the first time ever, the development process of the BMW 8 Series involved both the BMW M Motorsport engineers and production engineers. This collaboration has created a luxury driving experience that is utterly breathtaking.


The new BMW 8 Series comes standard as a M Sport model. With this comes the impressive M Sport brake system and the eye-catching M rear spoiler. Other unmissable details include the brilliant 20” alloy wheels, the slimmest BMW Icon adaptive LED headlights (BMW Laserlights are optional), an optional lightweight M carbon roof, and a new take on the iconic kidney grille.


The stunning BMW 8 Series embraces its racing DNA with new multifunctional sport seats and driver-orientated centre console. Luxurious features elevate this experience, including ambient interior lighting, harman/kardon loudspeaker system, frameless rear view mirror and the CraftedClarity Glass Application, which can be found on the gear lever and other driver controls.
The revolutionary new Operating System 7.0 ushers in a suite of intuitive and personalised controls. What’s more, there is also the new BMW Live Cockpit Professional, which delivers driver-centric controls, with a stunning 10.25" touchscreen information display and a fully digital 12.3" instrument cluster.


840d M Sport

Adaptive LED Headlights
BMW iDrive 7 technology
Heads up display, Voice and gesture control
20" M light alloy wheels Y-spoke style 728 M Bicolour with Run-flat tyres and mixed tyres
M rear lip spill
Exterior trim, chrome, including kidney grille, window surrounds and window recess covers.
M Aerodynamics package with front apron, side sills and rear apron with diffuser insert in Dark Shadow metallic.
Marino Leather interior with extended contents
Interior trim finishers, stainless steel
Ambient lighting with multiple personalisation settings
BMW Active Guard
Park Distance Control, front and rear
Reversing Assist Camera
High-beam assistant


(In addition to above features)

M technology package with indirect charging air cooling
Sport exhaust system
BMW Connected Package Professional
20" M light alloy wheels Y-spoke style 728 M Bicolour Cerium Grey with performance tyres and mixed tyres
BMW Individual wheels available as standard
Mirror caps, Galvanic cerium grey
4.4 litre V8 petrol engine
Merino Leather interior upholstery
Anthracite headlining
M Sport differential
Tyre repair kit 
Comfort access with digital key
Special Features

Glass Applications

Glass applications for the gear selector, the iDrive controller, start/stop button, and the volume control for the audio system. 

Navigation system efficiency

Intelligent networking is a term usually found in the IT industry, but BMW just introduced it to the world of automobiles as an efficiency-enhancing technology. How does it work? Well, the eight-speed Steptronic transmission is basically connected to the navigation system and works according to the planned route. More specifically, navigation data tells the transmission when the car is approaching an intersection, so the gearbox can downshift early and use engine braking to slow down. It also enables it to avoid unnecessary gear shifts between two corners.

Quicker than almost all other M Models

The M850i is quite the performer. While it’s not a full-fledged M model, an honour that will go to the upcoming M8, the M850i packs more muscle than any other, non-M, V-8 BMW out there. The thoroughly revised twin-turbo, 4.4-liter mill boasts an impressive 523 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque.

Unique Hofmeister Kink

The Hofmeister kink, a counter-swing shape of the rear quarter window, has been one of BMW’s trademark features for many decades. It’s still being used on almost all BMWs, but it has remained unchanged for the most part. The 8 Series, however, has a new, very tightly-angled version of the Hofmeister kink. And it’s been carried over from the concept car. It’s a detail that you can easily miss on a brand-new car with plenty of spectacular design cues, but it’s there and it may signal that BMW’s smallest trademark feature will become more aggressive on all cars.

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