2020 BMW M850i Review: A Grand Gran Turismo With a Sole Notable Flaw

For the last 40-odd years, BMW has been swapping its big coupes back and forth with commendable regularity. From 1976 to 1989, the company’s biggest two-door was called the 6 Series. As that model wound down, Bimmer swapped in a new, larger model with more powerful engines called the 8 Series, which stuck around until 1999. That was followed up by a new 6 Series again, which appeared on the scene in 2003 and stuck around for 15 years over the course of two generations. As it wound down last year, it was in turn replaced by — you guessed it — an all-new 8 Series.

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