Thursday, June 17, 2021
Reviews 2020 BMW M8 Cool Facts On Track And Road

2020 BMW M8 Cool Facts On Track And Road

BMW's fastest production coupe tested on the track in Portugual

  • The BMW M8 offers a wide range of customization options

  • The central intelligence system offers the highest level of traction and dynamics

  • The brakes can be adjusted to enhance pedal feel and braking performance


We take a look at some of the cool facts of the 2020 BMW M8.

1) You can easily adjust how the M8 behaves on both the track and on the road including the parameters for the brakes, suspension, and engine response.

2) The 2020 BMW M8 has a central intelligence system that monitors a range of variables including speed, g-forces, temperature, torque split, and steering angle. The xDrive AWD system, suspension, brakes, and even rain sensor work together to adjust the behavior of the vehicle to adapt to current conditions.

3) The transfer case is a small device that manages over 600 horsepower between the front and rear wheels to ensure the best torque split possible and even allow for easy drifting.

4) The brake-by-wire system and carbon ceramic brakes adjust braking force and brake pedal feel. The driver can then adjust both.

5) There are a ton of versions available in the BMW M8 lineup, guaranteeing that you will always find the right car for your needs.

2019 BMW M850i xDrive Convertible Review: The Ultimate Cruiser

 

Trending Now

All-New 2022 Audi A3 Priced From $33,900

Once more, only the sedan comes to America. The new S3 retails for $44,900. The new A3 is larger and more premium. As is...

2022 Nissan Pathfinder Priced From $43,798 In Canada

All versions are equipped with AWD in Canada. The new Pathfinder arrives mid-summer in showrooms. As the midsize 3-row SUV segment continues to grow...

Forza Horizon 5 is Headed to Mexico. With an Active Volcano

Forza Horizon 5 drops this November Most expansive and detailed Horizon world yet Tired of not being able to travel? How about a trip...

Subaru Adds Onyx to 2022 Ascent, Rest of Line Keeps Same Price

Ascent starts from just over $32k 2022 models set to hit dealers in summer For 2022, the Subaru Ascent is getting a new Onyx...

Report: Nissan to Pause Production of Four More Models Over Chip Shortage

Priority to high-demand new models Six weeks stop for three TN models Nissan is the latest victim of the semiconductor shortage. Three of its...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.