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2021 BMW X8

2021 BMW X8

BMW is about to invent a new niche!

The 2021 BMW X8 is an upcoming crossover based on the familiar X7. Rumored to arrive by the end of 2020 or in 2021, the X8 will fill another gap in BMW’s SUV lineup. Essentially an X7 with a coupe-style roof, the X8 will become BMW’s range-topping coupe-SUV, as it will slot above the X6.

BMW has yet to confirm the existence of the X8, but intel from BMWBlog claims that the vehicle is already in development with the internal designation G09 (the X7 is codenamed G07). Once it arrives, the X8 will be the eighth SUV in BMW’s lineup. What do we know about the X8? Quite a lot, and we also have a couple of renderings of the SUV’s design. Join me in the speculative review for more.

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A 400-Horsepower 1 Series and a Full-Out X8 M Are Just Two of the Many Things Coming from BMW

A 400-Horsepower 1 Series and a Full-Out X8 M Are Just Two of the Many Things Coming from BMW

There’s no hiding from it so might as well brace for a BMW invasion of M-level proportions

BMW’s M Division is a growing organism within the BMW ecosystem, and it seems like there’s no slowing it down. We already know that BMW has big plans to expand the performance division with more M Performance and M models on the horizon. Now, reports are coming out regarding specific models that are on the docket, including a 400-horsepower version of the 1 Series — the M1, perhaps? — a fully-blown X8M SUV, and a bespoke mid-engined coupé based on the Vision M Next that really does border on the excessive. Turns out, that word isn’t a part of BMW’s vocabulary these days, so prepare yourselves for a coming invasion of BMW M Performance and BMW M models in the near future.

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Rumors of a 2020 BMW X8 Swirl Yet Again, Could Be An Ultra-Luxurious SUV

Rumors of a 2020 BMW X8 Swirl Yet Again, Could Be An Ultra-Luxurious SUV

Forget the coupe body style, the X8 is its own thing

BMW just introduced the new 8 Series earlier this year, and in doing so, resurrected the 8 Series nameplate after roughly two decades on the shelf. Fans already adore the new luxury-laden grand tourer, but now it’s looking like BMW might apply some of its 8’er gloss to its SUV line as well.

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