Leaked Codes Reveal BMW 8-Series, M-Series Under Works, Details Here!

Mar 01, 2017 08:20 AM EST | Leian N.

Leaked codes through an uploaded document in the Bimmerpost forum revealed that the car company is currently developing both the BMW 8-Series and the BMW M-Series. The 11-page document included information relating to the upcoming models' names, codes, and release dates. What are they?

First of all, the upcoming BMW 8-Series and BMW M-series will have better performance capacities than ever before. There will be new versions of the M2 and M4 which will be named as M2 Competition and M4 CS, respectively. As reported by Auto Blog, the M4 was initially announced as a limited showcase in Spain last year. However, the upcoming M4 CS will be a continuation of the limited series which may have an all-wheel drive feature.

Moreover, the M5 Series GT was also mentioned in the document which will have a sportier feature and improved range capacity. The most interesting information in the document, however, was the upcoming BMW 8-Series which will be a flagship luxury coupe of the brand. Since the company had already filed for trademarks to the coupe model, the two-door prototypes may be spotted anytime soon.

In other news, BMW Blog reported that the BMW 5 Series was considered as one of the world's most important vehicles due to its driving dynamics and luxury performance capacities. In fact, it is one of the most popular vehicles globally. Given that, the brand developed the seventh-generation 5-Series which is expected to becoming one of the best-selling models of all time.

Furthermore, the latest version will have a scalable architecture with chassis that was made with extensive lightweight materials such as aluminum and magnesium. Although it will not be installed with the Carbon Core technological feature of the 7-series, the BMW 5-Series will have better handling and lighter weight.

The leaked codes revealed upcoming vehicles from the BMW 8-Series and M-Series models. Will these models surpass the threshold of the 5-Series' popularity and dominate car sales?

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