In celebration of the legendary E31 that was released three decades ago, this new limited production will see just nine examples spread across three body styles — the G16 Gran Coupe, G15 Coupe, and G14 Convertible. Clad in three choices of paint — Frozen Marina Bay Blue, Frozen Black, and Frozen Dark Silver — each Heritage Edition BMW 840i will see a trim that contains standard M Sport specs like an M Sport rear differential, M Sport brakes, M-tuned suspension, and a custom interior.
Interior enhancements arrive in the form of Walknappa leather door trimming, a Piano Black dashboard, an M Alcantara headliner, and a gear lever, iDrive knob, engine start button and volume controller all done in CraftedClarity glass. All of these rear-wheel models are power by a turbocharged 6-cylinder that makes 335 hp and 368 ft-lb of torque.
These won’t be cheap as it is expected that the BMW 8-Series Heritage Edition will be priced from $139,000 – $152,000 USD. Delivery in Australia is expected for Q4 this year.
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