Abu Dhabi Motors welcomes the all-new BMW 8 series to the capital.

Abu Dhabi Motors, the official importer of BMW Group vehicles in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain , has officially revealed the latest addition to their BMW M fleet with the new and improved BMW M850i x Drive Gran Coupe now available in the nation’s capital.

With BMW’s signature style of sport and luxury effortlessly combined, the BMW M850i xDrive Gran Coupe possesses top-of-the-line elegance with fine-tuned V-8 power in a luxurious drive. Through impressive engineering by BMW M, drivers can now feel the responsiveness of the innovative M Sport steering wheel, with a reminder of their power and control through the bold new stitching.

The latest collection to the BMW M fleet boasts supreme performance with powerful driving dynamics. The M850i sets the tone with top speeds of 250KMPH and an impressive 0-100KMPH time of a mere 3.9 seconds. The model additionally features a 4395cc Twin Power Turbo V8 Engine, giving riders the maximum thrill and power during their experience.

The BMW M850i xDrive Gran Coupe continues the tradition of changing the industry, with its chiseled yet graceful exterior joined with an optimized interior cabin to provide the ideal driving environment in the shape of a luxury sports sedan. Fitted with its luxe collection of BMW Individual Merino leather in tartufo and black, the central display allows for seamless connectivity in a first-class driving experience.

Following the first official unveiling at Abu Dhabi Motors showrooms across the Emirate, Syed Fayez Kareem, ADM General Manager said, “The latest addition to the BMW M fleet ushers in an exciting time for the brand, with innovation and luxury at its forefront. We are thrilled to announce the arrival of the latest BMW M850i xDrive Gran Coupe and hope to see the latest evolution to the M fleet on the streets of the capital soon.”

Customers can visit the official Abu Dhabi Motors Motorrad showroom to purchase the latest model today, with more information available call 800-BMW (269).

8 series
Featured News