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      07-31-2013, 02:53 PM   #1
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BMW M8 Design Study Renderings.

Lets imagine for a moment BMW created a hybrid supercar mated with the 560hp BMW V8 (S63B44TU) from the current BMW M6 in the BMW i8's light weight body... What would we get? Perhaps a BMW M8 Hybrid Supercar . The renderings below is strictly a design study, technical possibilities has not been considered.

In a perfect world what would you think is the perfect engine setup for a BMW Supercar?

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Ferrari makes same power without turbos. S63 doesn't fit in a supercar.
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Ferrari makes same power without turbos. S63 doesn't fit in a supercar.
What kind of engine setup would be best for a BMW Supercar?
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What kind of engine setup would be best for a BMW Supercar?
Updated S85 or updated S65 with hybrid tech.
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Ferrari makes same power without turbos. S63 doesn't fit in a supercar.
What kind of engine setup would be best for a BMW Supercar?
BMW's V12 that was used in the Mclaren F1 of course.
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2 liter four cylinder turbo making 450 to 500bhp with a 200hp KERS boost.

This would be the second generation M8. Here's the first

http://www.bmwblog.com/2010/09/13/bm...-m8-prototype/
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Ferrari makes same power without turbos.
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