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Turn off all of the assists, set all of the powertrain and chassis settings to their most extreme settings, then decrease the power to the front axle to really feel the M8 contract around you. The car will drift through corners and make you realise why you spent so much on a BMW.
When you press the M Mode button, the M8’s dials take on a new appearance. In both the instrument pack and the HUD, this emphasises the revs and gear. You can also look at g- meters, oil temperatures, and other things. You can enter ‘track’ by holding down the M Mode button for a long time, which also disables the auto-braking and auto-steering functions.
  

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The M8’s trim materials are quite beautiful. Every surface that isn’t metal, glass, or carbonfibre is wrapped in decoratively sewn glove-soft leather. On the highway, the seats do a good job of cradling you, but they clamp you down in turns.
 Voice activation is also available in the M8, and there are more methods to handle some of BMW’s iDrive functions than we can imagine
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FROM THE EDITOR

FROM THE EDITOR

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Concept of the month - Aston Martin Valhalla

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