In cooperation with BMW, Norev is building very beautiful, high quality modelcars of the 8 Series 2019, which are available in the color Barcelona blue metallic under the item number 80432450995. The miniatures are produced in the usual high quality from Norev, come out of diecast and reflect the original in terms of appearance perfectly. The new 8 Series in the so-called Bburago-format have a faithful interior, a detailed and compared to other models with covers under the front hood in the depth much better equipped engine compartment as well as steerable front wheels. We don't have to mention that the doors and hoods with the exception of trunk are openable. So let's have a closer look at the details of the role model and the model.
As is usual at the advertising models of the luxury brand, the modelcar of the coupe also appears of the internally G15 numbered series in the packaging typical for BMW. Norev has transferred the appearance of the racy styled two-door exactly to the scale 1:18 and convinced especially with the workmanship. Let's look at the impeccable transition of the BMW kidney grille to the bonnet and the fit of the taillights in the environment of diecast - you can not work better in model making. However, as we know, the French from Vaulx-en-Vaulin, not far from Lyon, have a wealth of experience acquired over decades. Therefore, Norev has received many licenses in recent years, with which they can transfer novelties of German automakers in the model; for example from Porsche or Mercedes-Benz.
At the role model: two engines are available
The inside of the headlights of the new 8 Series coupe is carefully reproduced, the dummy to the engine as indicated at the outset not long as flat as we know the otherwise dominated by replicas by cover engines. The customer of the prototype can decide between the 4.4-liter V8 gasoline engine with 390 kW / 530 hp and the straight-six diesel with 3.0 liters and 235 kW / 320 hp. The doors that can be opened in the model reveal the insight into a wonderfully detailed interior: the dashboard and the seats are truly authentic. BMW presented the Dingolfinger for the first time at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018, launched it in November and thus presented the first true successor to the BMW 8 Series E31 (1989-1999).