The 2016 BMW Z4 offers sleek styling, a high-class interior and more than enough performance to make it desirable. The 2016 BMW Z4 returns essentially unchanged, with the exception of formerly optional sport seats being added to the standard equipment list. 2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i BMW Z4 sDrive28i climate controls 2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i convertible controls 2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i convertible controls 2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i suspension modes 2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i suspension modes The next-generation BMW Z4 Includes: Increased Top Speed Limiter, Adaptive M Suspension w/Rear Axle Air Suspension, Without Lines Designation Outside, M Interior Trim Aluminum Carbon Shadow, Aerodynamic Kit, Anthracite Headliner, Wheels: 18″ x 8″ Fr/18″ x 8.5″ Rr Light Alloy Star The Z4 is one of the most anticipated new models that BMW has in the pipelines. The German car maker is keeping quiet about its upcoming roadster, but a new report sheds light on what we can expect to find under the hood. (The entry-level SLK, the 280 roadster, has a MSRP of $43,675; the Z4 starts at $34,800.) While the current SLK outguns the Z4, help is on the way from BMW. Early next year, BMW’s M hot-rod brand will introduce the Z4 M Roadster, which will have around The rear-wheel-drive two-seat BMW Z4 roadster has a standard folding hardtop. It’s available in four-cylinder sDrive28i, six-cylinder sDrive35i and high-performance sDrive35is form, all of which are turbocharged. Competitors include the Nissan 370Z .
BMW will update its Z4 roadster with a series of subtle exterior and interior refinements for the 2014 model year. The update keeps the Z4’s sweeping hood, long wheelbase, and low-slung rear end. The folding hardtop stays as well. So what changes? We can’t help but love the newest extensive tuning job done to the BMW Z4 by iconic tuning house Dinan and dealership The stock version of this same drop-top goes for an MSRP of $57,900. So how did these two tuning house make this car churn out The clutch throw is BMW longish, but engagement is smooth and doesn’t have the jerkiness of cars like the Z4 Ms. The manual transmission, in an affront to the type of people who will buy one, uses rev-matching that is only defeatable by completely The 2012 BMW Z4 starts at $49,525. Add Premium and Sport packages, as on the tested car, opt for metallic paint, and you’re looking at a $55,675 MSRP. In it’s final year a similarly-equipped first-generation Z4 would have set you back $12,000 less. .