The BMW 8 Series Heritage Edition, unfortunately, has a very limited stock of just 9 cars that are going to Australia in the fourth quarter of this year, as an homage to the first 8 Series GT that launched there, 30 years ago.
Each one of the Heritage Edition BMW 8 Series come with the standard features of a BMW 840i, including a BMW Head-Up Display, Driving Assistant, ACC, steering and lane control assistant, and more others, limited to 1 choice for each body style, these BMW Individual color combos are:
Frozen Marina with Merino Black upholstery,
Frozen Black with Merino Ivory white leather,
Frozen Dark Silver with Merino Tartufo/Black trim.
On the interior, we find a cabin full of Merino leather, upper door trim and an instrument panel wrapped in Walknappa leather, active seat ventilation, seat heating, soft-close doors, heated armrests, and a huge 464-watt Harman Kardon surround sound system.
BMW 8 Series Heritage Edition has a 3.0-liter turbocharged straight-six with 335 hp (250 kW) and 368 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque funneled through the rear wheels thanks to an eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission. The interior of every vehicle will carry an ‘Edition Heritage – 1/9’ badge on the center console.
Any other interior elements made especially for the Heritage editions include BMW Crafted Clarity Glass application for the BMW controller, engine start/stop button and gear selector, and BMW Individual Piano Finish Black interior trim.
The headliner is wrapped in Alcantara Anthracite and comes as a standard on the 840i Coupé and Gran Coupé, and 20-inch M light-alloy wheels have been added, in Y-spoke style 728M jet black, M Sport brake calipers finished in red, and M high-gloss Shadow Line.
840i Coupe Heritage Edition – $192,900
840i Gran Coupe Heritage Edition – $189,900
840i Convertible Heritage Edition – $207,900