The second generation of the BMW 8 Series consists of the BMW G14 (convertible version), BMW G15 (two-door coupe version) and BMW G16 (four-door “Gran Coupe” version) grand tourers. The G14/G15/G16 generation has been in production since 2018, and is often collectively referred to as the G15.
It is the successor to the BMW 6 Series range and marks the return of the BMW 8 Series nameplate after nearly two decades.
The G15 is powered by turbocharged six-cylinder petrol, six-cylinder diesel and V8 petrol engines. All models have all-wheel drive and an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The M8 models (designated F91/F92/F93) were released in 2019 and are powered by the BMW S63 V8 twin-turbo petrol engine. mitsubish wallpapers, car wallpaper, mercedes wallpapers, BMW 8 Series G15 wallpapers, lambo wallpapers
The Lancer Evolution is unique among its competitors in the World Rally Championship in that it was a homologated Group A car slightly modified to be able to race competitively against the then newly formed World Rally Car (WRC) regulations from the 1997 season. Mitsubishi continued to adhere to Group A regulations until the San Remo Rally in 2001, World Rally Car class cars. Lancer Evolutions were successful in WRC Rallies from 1996 to 1999, mostly in the hands of Finnish driver Tommi M?kinen, clinching driver’s titles in four-consecutive seasons from 1996 to 1999 (in Evolutions III, IV, V, and VI), and with the help of teammate Richard Burns in clinching the constructors’ championship for the first, and thus far only time in 1998. The Evolution however was replaced in late 2001 by the firm’s first World Rally Car, named simply the Lancer Evolution WRC, which was driven by Makinen, Freddy Loix, Alister McRae and Francois Delecour with relatively limited success, until Mitsubishi took a sabbatical from the championship at the end of 2002. It was succeeded for the 2004 Monte Carlo Rally by the Lancer WRC04. Mitsubishi pulled out of the World Rally Championship after the 2005 season with the Lancer WRC05 still being driven by privateers including Italian former works driver Gigi Galli and the Swede, Daniel Carlsson, in the years following. The Lancer Evolution however still competes in the Group N category.
In some European markets, the Evolution was sold as the Mitsubishi Carisma GT, and indeed to this effect the works WRC team’s second car in the late 1990s, usually driven by Burns and subsequently Loix, was customarily entered as a Carisma GT. Proton Motors of Malaysia raced Evolution III’s, Evolution V’s (most notable with Proton 1784 where Malaysian driver Karamjit Singh won the 2002 Production Car WRC) and an Evolution VII as the Proton PERT in various Asia-Pacific Rally Championship and APAC rally series. Mitsubishi Evo wallpapers#Bugatti #BugattiDivo #Mustang #MazdaRX7 #AudiRS3