BMW announces BMW M6+ and BMW M8+ updates with new, faster engines
BMW has just updated its M6 and M8 models with new turbocharged and supercharged engines, which it calls the M6E and M6R, respectively.
These engines can produce between 1.8 and 3.2 hp more than the current engines.
BMW says the new engines will have more torque and less noise, and are lighter.
The M6 will have a top speed of 215 mph, and the M8 will be able to hit 270 mph.
The new M6e engine will be in production by the end of 2021.
The biggest news is that the M5 and M7 models will get new suspension, including a stiffer set of springs that can be adjusted in the factory.
The brakes will also get more power, as BMW says a new anti-roll bar will also be available.
Both engines will also receive new brakes, which will come with the M7 model.
BMW will also introduce a new interior system called the M3 Interior, which replaces the M2.
There are also new driver-assist systems, and new infotainment systems.
All models will be available in 2020, with the 2018 M6 being the first model to be released in the US.
It is not clear when the M4s will be introduced.
We will be bringing you all the news from the BMW press event.