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1989 BMW 8 Series

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The 1989 BMW 8 Series was a luxury grand tourer produced by German automaker BMW from 1989 to 1999. It was the first car to carry the BMW 8 Series name, and featured a V12 engine, available in both coupé and convertible body styles. The 8 Series was the first production car to be equipped with a multi-link rear axle and traction control system. It was also the first BMW model to be equipped with an electronic stability program.

The 8 Series was designed with a focus on performance, luxury and prestige. It featured a range of powerful engines, including a 4.0-litre V8 and a 5.0-litre V12. The V12 was the most powerful engine offered, producing 300 hp. The 8 Series also featured a sporty suspension, sportier brakes and a limited-slip differential.

The 8 Series was available with a range of luxurious features, including heated seats, power windows, leather upholstery and a CD player. It also featured a range of advanced safety features, such as dual front airbags, four-wheel disc brakes and a Traction Control System.

The 8 Series was available in two body styles, a two-door coupé and a two-door convertible. The coupé had a sleek, aerodynamic design, while the convertible had a more traditional, classic look. Both models featured a range of exterior colours, including white, black, silver and red.

The 8 Series was a popular car in its day, and was praised for its combination of performance, luxury and prestige. It was also praised for its handling and build quality. Although the 8 Series was discontinued in 1999, it remains a popular classic car among BMW enthusiasts.

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series