Sept 02, 2016 : According to BimmerToday, the final Z4 rolled out of the factory floor on August 22, 2016. Rumours about its replacement have been doing the rounds of the Internet for quite a while now. It gained further momentum when BMW collaborated with Japanese carmaker Toyota. Both automotive brands are planning to develop the next-gen sports cars for their stable. The successor to the Z4 will allegedly share its underpinnings with the much-awaited Toyota Supra. While we hope that the Z4 replacement will have the same design recipe of a long-bonnet and a short deck, the Supra could very well be based on the stunning F1-concept that the Japanese firm revealed some time ago
BMW Z4 Variants
BMW Z4 prices start at Rs. 81.80 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 82.80 lakh. BMW Z4 is available in 2 variants and 9 colours.
BMW has given its open top two-seater sports car, the Z4, a refresh. Here's our review on what the new Z4 sDrive 35i is like
We are a little late for the orange, open top party which is the revised BMW Z4. But then, the success or failure of this open top sports car isn't going to change the fortunes of its maker, in India or abroad. It isn't even going to earn the company respect among enthusiasts who appreciate properly fast cars. What the BMW Z4 will do, no doubt, is help uplift BMW's image further. And, give its existing clientele a trophy car to go to clubs in and look good doing it.
For us though, an open top sports car can only mean one thing - driving, and driving hard. But, before we go that route, let's see what is actually new in the new BMW Z4.
The new Z4 is not an all-new car but a mild refresh. It gets revised head and tail lamps, new LEDs for its corona rings, a bit more splash of chrome around its turn indicators and a new trim called DPT or Design Pure Traction. DPT gets alcantara trim on door inserts, metallic weave finish on the centre console and a bright orange hue around the dashboard over the regular Z4. But otherwise, the interior design and equipment continues unchanged from the previous model. And it is an interior that looks dated...read more »
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BMW India has brought in one of its hottest selling cars to our shores. The successor to the Z3 and a formidable roadster at that, the Z4 is now available to tantalize your senses...
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BMW Z4 Highlights
The BMW Z4 Roadster comes at an asking price of Rs 81.80 - 82.80 lakh (ex-showroom,
Delhi) and as the name indicates, the distinctive feature of Z4 is its soft-top configuration.
Long bonnet and short rear further add to the style while the seats placed near the real Excel
provide an excellent feel of the road to the driver. Inside the cabin, the Z4’s features include
BMW connected app, dual-tone interiors, park distance control, navigation system
professional, electric power steering, and brake-energy regeneration. The BMW Z4 Roadster
comes powered by 3.0-liter V6 twin turbo petrol engine capable of putting out 306 bhp along
with 400 Nm, mated to a 7- speed dual clutch transmission breaching 0-100 kmph in 5.1
seconds while delivering fuel-efficiency of 10.37 kmpl. In the Indian market, the BMW Z4 is
competing against the likes of Audi R8, Bugatti Veyron, Audi TT, Ford Mustang, and
Mercedes Benz SLC among others.
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