It was a long wait, filled with teaser shots and all sorts of rumors about what the car would look like or what tech it would have. But it seems like it was worth it as BMW just pulled the covers off the all-new BMW 8-series.
Car fans may recall that the 8er first appeared in the early 1990s as a large grand tourer. Axed after a few years in production, the car is back, this time with a svelte profile highlighted by a sleek rendition of the brand’s trademark kidney grille along with a double-bubble roof. The long hood is still there, this time with a sloping tail and trapezoidal exhausts.
Inside, the driver and passenger get a 10.3-inch screen for the instruments and 12.3 display for infotainment, respectively. The comfortable cabin also gets stainless steel accents, glass controls, wireless device charging, and a Bowers & Wilkins audio system if so desired.