It’s time for another dream car, one that is something we all want when we see driving by – the convertible. But the BMW M8 takes that to another level and can take you one some of the best adventures without compromising quality.
What Makes the M8 Different?
The BMW M8 is a convertible that is loaded with power. With the M package and badge built in, you won’t just get your standard car. Instead, it boasts an 8 speed M Steptronic automatic transmission with Drivelogic. It has M Drive and M Driving Dynamic control, Adaptive M Suspension, M Compound 4 wheel ventilated anti-lock disc brakes, M xDrive all wheel drive system with 2 wheel drive capability. All of this combines to offer you a powerful ride, that will allow you to hug those curves tighter and feel the road as you open that engine up.
Feel that Luxury And Fill Your Need for Speed
Driving any convertible comes with its own challenges, but the M8 handles all of them perfectly. It has full leather Merino Midrand included, ventilated seats, integrated speaker systems and yes – even a heater for your neck. Drive around with the top down to experience the speed and the wind in your hair as you do it, or put the top up on those rainy days.
Stay connected with Apple Carplay and the integrated Wifi hot spot or crank up the musics with the Bowers and Wilkins sound system. The M8 comes with a remote start heated 16 way power seats with 4 way lumbar support and hands free trunk lid opening and closing.
It’s not just a pretty package, but one that is fun to ride and hit the road with. And it does come with the 3 year maintenance plan, 4 year warranty, 12 year rust protection and 4 year road side assistance. You’ll love driving wherever the road takes you in the M8.
Just the Facts
The 2020 BMW M8 Convertible is a fun car to drive, and to take out no matter what the weather is. It has a base price $142,500 and with the options on the vehicle we drove it came in at a price of $157,195. It isn’t the best on gas mileage, getting 15 miles per gallon in the city and 21 on the highway. Due to the lower gas efficiency it does have the a gas guzzler tax charge included in it’s price of $1000.
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