Author: Jaclyn Trop
The annual Monterey Car Week celebrates classic cars of the 20th century, but more automakers are using the event in Monterey, California, to stage a preview of coming attractions. Here are the five best new models that made their debut at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering on Friday and at the week's headlining event, Sunday's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
After an 18-year hiatus, BMW has revived the 8 Series name with the BMW Concept 8 Series, which serves as a preview of the new BMW 8 Series Coupe slated for launch in 2018. The automaker's new flagship model could help the manufacturer compete against Mercedes-Benz, which overtook BMW last year as the world's largest luxury automaker.
"The number 8 and cars like the Z8 Roadster and i8 have represented the pinnacle of sports performance and exclusivity at BMW," explained Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG Harald Kr
Published Aug 31st, 2017
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