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Old 04-12-2019, 09:30 AM
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Talking NEW 2019 BMW M850i - Most beautiful BMW Ever!

In this video, I will talk about the possibility of the NEW 2019 BMW M850i to be the right candidate for my next car and to replace my BMW M4 Competition Package!

I believe this is the most beautiful BMW Car ever. The M850i offers style and elegance, with immense power and a degree of practicality, so what do we think?

The BMW M850i with a 4.4l TwinPower Turbo V8, making 530hp and 750nm which means 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in a staggering 3.7 seconds thanks to the xDrive all wheel drive system.

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Old 04-12-2019, 09:47 AM
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Beauty is in the eyes of beholder, and it is really hard to argue about things we think are attractive or not.
To me the new 850 design looks old/outdated, unattractive. It does not look sporty, it does not look sexy. Looking at it reminds me the first attempts of the unexperienced (at the time) Korean manufacturers to make something "nice".
I sound pretty negative, admittedly. But this is how the vehicle comes across. Mechanically I'm sure it is OK however.
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Beauty is in the eyes of beholder, and it is really hard to argue about things we think are attractive or not.
To me the new 850 design looks old/outdated, unattractive. It does not look sporty, it does not look sexy. Looking at it reminds me the first attempts of the unexperienced (at the time) Korean manufacturers to make something "nice".
I sound pretty negative, admittedly. But this is how the vehicle comes across. Mechanically I'm sure it is OK however.
I love the 728M rims on the M850i, but the car itself (especially the side profile) looks like a clone of a Nissan 380z. I prefer the look of a 4 door car way more, but otherwise it's nice and has a great interior.
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