BMW’s latest race car is a sight to behold, even though it’s cloaked in the brand’s signature camo. Produced in collaboration with Italian race car manufacturer Dallara, the BMW M Hybrid V8 tested its mettle in the GTP class of the IMSA series for the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring. But it’s the mother of all racers, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where the new M Hybrid V8 will truly be pushed to the limit against the likes of Ferrari, Porsche, and Cadillac. The new car is powered by a V8 gas engine and a 500kW hybrid system that powers the rear wheels. Massive aero, huge Bimmer kidney grilles, and an expansive wraparound windscreen give the M Hybrid V8 an truly intimidating look, and the powertrain should back it up with serious hybrid power. It’s also monumental because BMW hasn’t put out a car for prototype endurance racing since the BMW V12 LMR won Le Mans back in 1999.