BMW is looking toward the future and reshaping its lineup. During a recent meeting in Munich, BMW's chairman of the board, Harald Krueger, gave some insight into the brand’s future. Remember their old flagship 8 Series coupe from 1990s? Well, looks like the future is going to be shaped by something from the past.

The move comes as part of a plan to attack the luxury segment, where the brand feels there are larger margins for revenue. Details remain scarce, but the new super coupe will be built on the current 7-series platform and help fill the gap between it and BMW Group's Rolls-Royce Wraith. Pricing is expected to start in the $165,000 range when the vehicle launches around 2020. The lineup will feature a coupe, convertible and possibly a performance oriented M8. More details are expected later this month with the "exclusive look" coming during the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este in Lake Como, Italy.