BMW has actually revealed a new screen and control system that will allow motorists to change the setup for the powertrain, chassis, and driver support systems on its high-performance cars. The new system will debut first on the M8 coupe and M8 competition coupe sports cars and trucks. BMW states that the system has a new M Mode activated with a single button press.
The system also has a Setup button that enables the user to change vehicle settings. The new control system enables the powertrain and chassis innovation to be configured in a wide range of methods according to personal tastes and requirements. The chauffeur can manage numerous settings for the engine, suspension, and guiding individually of one another.
Designs that have the M xDrive all-wheel-drive system will have the distribution of power in between the front and rear wheels as one of the available adjustments. The M8 Coupe and M8 convertible allow chauffeurs to configure the braking system too.
Available engine modes consist of Efficient, Sport, and Sport Plus settings. Chassis tuning options include Convenience, Sport, and Sport Plus options. Steering alternatives include convenience and sport, and the same choices are used for the braking system. The braking system options control just how much pedal pressure is needed for the brakes to trigger and give drivers much better pedal feel. The settings deal with basic brakes and the choice carbon-ceramic brakes.
Chauffeurs can likewise choose several modes for the AWD system if equipped when the DSC is off. Those modes let the driver pick 4WD, 4WD Sport, and 2WD for pure rear-wheel drive. Motorists can save two separately made up versions of the setup consisting of alternatives for the Automobile Start Stop function in the system for one button access. M8 Competition Coupe cars and trucks will likewise get a HUD with an M View.