Global Motorcycle Slip-on Exhaust System Market Outlook 2024: Top Companies, Trends, Growth Factors Details by Regions, Types and Applications

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The 2020 BMW M8 Will Have Adjustable Brake-Pedal Feel

We’re getting closer to the reveal of the new BMW M8, so BMW is trickling out more details of the range-topping coupe. (There’ll be a convertible and a four-door Gran Coupe, too.) We already knew that it will use the same twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8 as the M5, which makes 600 horsepower in standard form and 617 in Competition trim-but the M8 could be more powerful than that. The M8 will also have an eight-speed automatic transmission and an M xDrive all-wheel-drive system that has a rear-wheel-drive mode. So, with the big performance bits already announced, BMW is now talking about more important things: configurable driving modes and settings. Modern BMW M cars are already highly adjustable, and the M8 will be no different. New for BMW is a Setup button on the center console, which will quickly bring up a menu on the screen with every available option, controllable by touch or with the iDrive knob-the M5 has a bunch of separate buttons for each function on the cluttered center console. The engine, all-wheel-drive system, and suspension all have three settings, while the steering has two. The gearbox’s three settings are controlled by a button on the shift lever,...