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BMW's 8-Series Is Back After 19-Years And It's One B-E-A-UTIFUL Car

As I've mentioned in previously articles, I'm not a huge car snob. I can obviously recognize when a car is nice-looking, but beyond that I don't much about the various accoutrements that make a luxury vehicle—luxury.

That being said, I took ONE look at this BMW 8-series and I knew for a fact that it was one helluva car. I mean seriously, I know I said the Audi E-Tron Sportback looked like the batmobile, but forget that!! THIS car takes the cake.

To clarify, this is the BMW 8-series 2.0, if you will. The 8-series is technically already in existence, despite taking a 19-year hiatus. According to Car and Driver—"The 8-series—like the outgoing 6-series—is slated to encompass three variants: a two-door coupe, a four-door Gran Coupe, and a cabriolet, all of which are to be launched next year."

The first being the two-door coupe—"Although it’s officially a concept, we’re assured that the design of the finished car will hew closely to that promised here, with a minor front-end tweak to satisfy pedestrian-impact standards and proper door mirrors in place of the concept’s minimalist ones. Exterior bodywork will be effectively unchanged; even those slim headlights will remain. These are laser units incorporating a new, hexagonal take on BMW’s characteristic twin-ring running lights."

Take a look at the pictures below to see just how sleek this whip is going to be!

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