Speculations are still ongoing pertaining to other developments involving the already stunning BMW 8 Series. As it is introduced in Lake Como, other experts and car enthusiasts wish that it comes in other forms or versions.
Experts actually crave for something more. Its elegance and straight-up classic design seem to still not satisfy some fans and enthusiasts. They wish for to have an additional version with a removable top.
The artist render is courtesy of showing the Series 8 without the roof. The concept looks even more stunning with the top down. The render also showed it in Valencia Orange finish. It features additional cues that make it look more production worthy.
Since losing the top is just one of those that many hope BMW considers, the official BMW 8 Series looks just as impressive and stylish. The 8 Series is a next-generation . It is exceptionally sleek, thanks to its curved kidney grille, narrow headlights and low hood.
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The rear even takes it to a whole new level of class for having OLED taillights, which is similar to M4 GTS. The BMW 8 Series is also reported to be BMW's new large coupe which may well be a replacement for the 5 Series GT.
The 8 Series' silhouette is definitely worthy of a second look as it careens down any road. It is clean and dramatic. The arrangement of surfaces translates to a much-needed to keep up with the times. It also looks more athletic than ever, adding a little bit of muscle punch to the classiness of it.
The BMW 8 Series is one good ride, whether it loses its top or not. Though the artist render recently made available makes it look extra stunning, a top-down version has yet to be made official. The coupe in itself is already making headlines as expected. It shall remain this way for a long time and the excitement towards it is sure to be sustained until next year for its launch.