The BMW M850i from Dähler could put the very BMW M8 Competition on the ropes. Can the member of the sports division with him?
The coach Dähler has managed to squeeze the maximum of the BMW M850i until he gets 635 hp, a figure that exceeds that of the BMW M8 Competition itself. The 4.4-liter V8 Biturbo, 530 hp and 750 Nm of torque of the BMW M850i can make the model duel with some of the most powerful beasts on the market.
Dähler has been responsible for unleashing the power of the great sports coupe, offering 635 hp and 850 Nm of maximum torque. This figure puts you just above the new BMW M8 Competition, which currently has 625 hp and 750 Nm of torque.
It is also capable of going from 0 to 100 km/hour in 3.2 seconds, half a second faster than the BMW M850i as standard. Also, the preparer himself could be working on an even more radical version, which could also inject that extra spicy into any 8 Series. For the BMW 840i, the power goes from 340 hp and 500 Nm of maximum torque to the 408 hp and 610 Nm of maximum torque.
On the other hand, the BMW 840d with diesel engine can currently generate up to 380 hp and 800 Nm of maximum torque, with this power injection could offer 60 hp more and 120 Nm of torque increase.
This model is Dahler’s BMW M850i, a beast that does not fear the BMW M8 Competition
Those interested in boosting their BMW 8 Series may slightly increase the visual appeal of their great German tourism. The Swiss coach has developed a front lip spoiler, suspension set, 3157 led bulb kits, stainless steel exhaust systems with silencers, and 21-inch wheels called CDC1 Counter wrapped in Michelin tires.
Soon, users of German Grand Tourism can find a shock absorber kit and the DDC Plug & Play that will make the large coupe even more agile.
Although it is a preparation by a company outside the Bavarian brand, it is important to note that the model was first presented in society during the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show, fulfilling this year 30 years. During that same show, the brand was able to accumulate more than 5,000 reserves.
Since its inception and its arrival on the roads, the BMW 8 Series becomes an icon for the propeller manufacturer. Both for its sportsmanship and its elegance and sophistication. Now, with this new generation, the BMW 8 Series in any of its versions has become one of the most desired coupes, especially if users can opt for the BMW M850i version of the BMW M8 itself or BMW M8 Competition. Another option is to opt for this version modified and powered by Dähler that surpasses the most radical model of the high-performance division of BMW, BMW M.
There will still be a difference; the BMW M8 family’s all-wheel-drive system that incorporates an active M differential and includes two normal driving modes; four-wheel drive and four-wheel drive Sport. Importantly, if drivers disable dynamic stability control, they can select a rear-wheel-drive mode that will send all power to the rear axle.
BMW has ensured that it is particularly proud of the new suspension configuration of the BMW M8 Competition and that equipped with specific adaptive shock absorbers for M vehicles and the M Servotronic electromechanical steering. Will Dahler’s preparation go so well?