BMW M8 Competition Coupe gets a contrasting look in the streets of NYC. The kidneys, the air control elements on the outer areas of the front apron, the gills of the front fenders, the exterior mirrors, the rear spoiler lip, the four tailpipe trims of the exhaust system and even the model lettering on the rear, are all presented in shiny black. There are also dark elements such as the standard carbon roof and large parts of the 20-inch light-alloy wheels 813 M Bicolor style. In combination with the Alpine White paint, the result is a consistent black and white look that is only interrupted by the blue of the BMW logos and the three colors of the M logos. As the BMW M8 Competition is the brand’s flagship performance machine, it needs to have the biggest horsepower figure of them all and it does. The M8 Competition will use the same engine as the “standard” M8, but make 625 hp and the same 553 lb-ft of torque. That little bit of extra power is said to drop its 0-62 mph time by one-tenth, doing it in 3.2 seconds.