As standard, the M8 Competition will come loaded with a smattering of M goodies including a sports exhaust, carbon engine cover, 20-inch lightweight wheels, limited-slip differential, carbon roof, sports seats, branded seat belts, rear spoiler and brakes.
Also included in the asking price is a powered tailgate, keyless entry, soft-close doors, heated and cooled front seats, heated steering wheel and armrests, all-digital instrumentation, wireless smartphone charger, BMW’s Laserlight headlights and premium sound system.
The multimedia touchscreen system, which measures 10.25 inches, has an option for a Chinese language display, while is also kitted out with digital radio, satellite navigation and on-demand connected services.
As a no-cost option, buyers can choose between four interior trims and seven upholstery finishes, while the M Carbon Ceramic brakes package costs $16,500 and an M Carbon Exterior pack will set buyers back another $10,300.
BMW’s M8 Competition is also available in Convertible and four-door Gran Coupe form, though pricing and specification for those body styles is yet to be revealed.