BMW is trying to achieve perfection with the long-rumored 8-Series, which is said to be the most technologically advanced vehicle from its segment.
We have had the pleasure of seeing the future 8-Series through a lot of renderings, which showcased the model quite close to the 7-Series or the Gran Lusso Concept. The latest renderings signed by Giom Image Art are also foreseeing the concept with some styling cues taken from the 6-Series Gran Coupe.
As we can depict from the renderings, the BMW 8-Series Concept is based on the 6-Series chassis, but is 100 mm lower, coming with the classic lines, highlighted by “the 70’ shark nose design” at the front kidney grille. The rear end adopts a rounder styling which has nothing to do with the classic 8-Series.
Giom Mouton, the rendering designer of the BMW 8-Series says that “it is not difficult to come up with beautiful BMW designs since the inherent BMW DNA is already close to perfect. Especially when it comes to large coupes. The focus is on proportions. You get those right and the rest simply falls into place.”
Rumors have it that the carmaker is also planning a 9-Series, based on the next-gen Rolls-Royce Phantom, with an engine lineup comprising the 3.0-liter petrol and diesel engines, along with a 4.4-liter V8 turbocharged, and a hybrid version.