2023 BMW 8 Series range gets styling and technical changes

3 types   bmw BMW announced a number of updates to the 2023 8-series. It's Tuesday range, but you need to keep a keen eye to see the change. The full 8 Series model lineup featured restyled headlights, new exterior colors and a larger multimedia touch screen. This includes Deep Breath-840i Coupe, 840i xDrive Coupe, 840i Convertible, 840i xDrive Convertible, 840i Grand Coupe, 840i. xDrive Gran Coupe, M850i ​​xDrive Coupe, M850i ​​xDrive Convertible, M850i ​​xDrive Gran Coupe, M8 Competition Coupe, M8 Competition Convertible, M8 Competition Grand Coupe, Alpina B8 Gran Coupe. M8 non-compete liability is no longer a problem. Oho.     There's an incredibly minor pinch/glue in the front fascia of the 8 Series, and the 840i and M850i ​​come standard with an illuminated grille that lights up when the car is unlocked or the door is opened. However, you can also turn it on or off manually. New wheel designs are available and several new exterior colors have been introduced. You can and should get the M8 in the newly debuted Isle of Man Green M3.  Another fun style is blooms. The M850i ​​and M8 models can optionally carry the classic BMW Motorsport logo on the bonnet, trunk and wheels to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the M division. The blue, purple and red color schemes were first used in 1973 in BMW racing cars.  Inside, the M8 can be ordered with a carbon fiber bucket seat with an illuminated badge. All models see a minor technical upgrade via a 12.3-inch central infotainment display, which replaces last year's 8-series compact 10.3-inch display.  According to BMW, the price for the 8 Series model will remain the same in 2023, so you'll pay $85,995 for the 840i Coupe at the base end and $140,895 for the Alpina B8 Gran Coupe (including $995 to your destination). Check out the 20238 Series models coming to dealers this spring.  Climb into the driver's seat to get the latest car news and reviews delivered to your inbox twice a week.

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BMW announced a number of updates to the 2023 8-series. It's Tuesday range, but you need to keep a keen eye to see the change. The full 8 Series model lineup featured restyled headlights, new exterior colors and a larger multimedia touch screen.

This includes Deep Breath-840i Coupe, 840i xDrive Coupe, 840i Convertible, 840i xDrive Convertible, 840i Grand Coupe, 840i. xDrive Gran Coupe, M850i ​​xDrive Coupe, M850i ​​xDrive Convertible, M850i ​​xDrive Gran Coupe, M8 Competition Coupe, M8 Competition Convertible, M8 Competition Grand Coupe, Alpina B8 Gran Coupe. M8 non-compete liability is no longer a problem. Oho.

There's an incredibly minor pinch/glue in the front fascia of the 8 Series, and the 840i and M850i ​​come standard with an illuminated grille that lights up when the car is unlocked or the door is opened. However, you can also turn it on or off manually. New wheel designs are available and several new exterior colors have been introduced. You can and should get the M8 in the newly debuted Isle of Man Green M3.

Another fun style is blooms. The M850i ​​and M8 models can optionally carry the classic BMW Motorsport logo on the bonnet, trunk and wheels to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the M division. The blue, purple and red color schemes were first used in 1973 in BMW racing cars.

Inside, the M8 can be ordered with a carbon fiber bucket seat with an illuminated badge. All models see a minor technical upgrade via a 12.3-inch central infotainment display, which replaces last year's 8-series compact 10.3-inch display.

According to BMW, the price for the 8 Series model will remain the same in 2023, so you'll pay $85,995 for the 840i Coupe at the base end and $140,895 for the Alpina B8 Gran Coupe (including $995 to your destination). Check out the 20238 Series models coming to dealers this spring.

Climb into the driver's seat to get the latest car news and reviews delivered to your inbox twice a week.

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