Whichever engine you choose this latest BMW Z4 Roadster will give you plenty of power; this new BMW Z4 arrives fulfilling the roles of several predecessors: the Coupe, the Convertible and the Z4 M. It is wider in appearance and fits in better with the BMW range.
The new model is a coupe-cabriolet in three power guises, and is an obvious evolution from the first BMW Z4. Drive Dynamic Control allows the drivers to select the dynamic, while the metal roof opens and closes in 20 seconds at the touch of a button. The leather interior is classy and almost luxurious with plenty of leg and shoulder room. Running costs of the BMW Z4 should be much more attractive than other sports cars of this nature thanks to Efficient Dynamics technology and efficient engines.
The standard kit on the new model includes alloys, dynamic stability control including most active safety kit, follow-me-home lights, rollover protection, run-flat tyres, air conditioning, CD player with MP3 capability and aux input and onboard computer.
The BMW Z4 is priced starting with the sDrive23i at an affordable £28,645, the 258bhp Z4 sDrive30i for £32,660, while the sDrive35i is £37,060.