Drive Away In A BMW M8 Competition

A showcase of the very best the vaunted ‘M’ cars have to offer.

By Sponsored Content 23/06/2022

The biggest and arguably the best of the proper ‘M’ cars (no we don’t count the X5 and X6 M), the M8 is, unquestionably, the German marque’s flagship tourer.

Here, is the opportunity to own a near-new 2021 BMW M8 Competition, appointed in a stylish shade of Dravit Gray with timeless black leather upholstery and a Bowers & Wilkins sounds system within.

For an apex performance car, the M8 Competition looks appropriately predatory—big, muscular, low slung and with its prow gaping with intakes, it looks as if it could eat the road, along with any lesser vehicle in its way.

The BMW M8 Competition is an all-wheel drive 2 door with four seats boasting a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine capable of 460kW and 750Nm of torque distributed by an eight-speed automatic steptronic gearbox. This kind of power sends the Bimmer from 0-100km/h in a claimed 3.2 seconds, with a top speed of 304km/h.

The model for sale features extremely low mileage of just 1315 kilometres and arrives with a year of comprehensive warranty giving the would-be owner access to a near-new BMW without an elongated waiting period.

For sale, through Pickering Luxury Garage —a state-of-the-art bespoke showroom offering the world’s most exquisite and collectable motorcars — the car is currently priced at $299,990.

With Pickering Luxury Garage, prestige ownership starts here.

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