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
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