If we want a classy and perfectly designed coming with four doors BMW, we go for a BMW series 5. If we love to have a nice and perfectly designed version of that four-door but wish to have it in two-door, we get a BMW 8 series. But in 2020 BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe.
If we are looking to have a good fine design of that same two-door version of the series 5 range of BMW, we get this, the best in class.
What really stands out?
The 2020 BMW 8 series Gran Coupe. And yes, we don’t care however silly it may seem, because this really seems a convincing deal.
— PistonHeads (@PistonHeads) June 19, 2019
I understand this I have confused you but you can bear me at least for a while. We have been discussing regarding the BMW series 8, however, this all looks like recurring. It doesn’t quite make a sense but I’m talking the car nonsense most of the times.
There has been this judgement that just because one’s car comes with four doors, it is a sedan class. Thus it must be curvy at the edges. We can’t just make rules for a car like that. But a sedan rule for a car is the notion of the yard in which we reside.
Interiors of BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe are just WOW!
#BMW has revealed the #GranCoupe version of the new #8Series, and we think it might be the best looking model of the range! It has the same engines as the Coupe and Convertible but has more space and practicality.https://t.co/BiJJHBzprt #8seriesgrancoupe #carbuyernews pic.twitter.com/EBRjZZiFO6
— Carbuyer (@CarbuyerUK) June 19, 2019
BMW 8 series Gran-coupe design is different from that of the Coupe to both increases on the interior space and design a vehicle which has a strong presence and looks a class apart.
Having a distinct design from the windscreen back. The new BMW 8 Series Gran Coupes are just too perfect to buy with 9.0 inches longer, 1.2 inches wider. 2.2 inches taller than the 8 Series Coupe and accommodate a wheelbase which is 7.9 inches longer.
— BMW USA (@BMWUSA) June 19, 2019
BMW has quoted that the sedan version of the BMW 8 Series is 9 inches longer than the previous versions and equipped with a 7.9-inch longer wheelbase, 2.2 inches taller and 1.2 inches wider than the BMW Series 8 coupe. Even though the front seats are having a different design & pattern, to accommodate the backseaters about 7 inches of legroom is granted in the car.
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