BMW has already confirmed that it’s working on the M8, which will be positioned above the M850i for buyers that want more than the 523 horsepower that it offers. BMW hasn’t unveiled the new M8, but a few photos of the M8 Competition have leaked online.
German Car Forum has posted a few leaked photos of the M8 Competition, which is expected to have around 600 horsepower on tap. The M8 Competition is positioned above the M8 and compared to the regular M8, the M8 Competition adds carbon fiber parts and black wheels.
Inside the M8 Competition will get a more aggressive interior than the standard M8 and M850i models.
It’s expected that the M8 Competition will debut in March at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.