News ID : 3183
Publish Date : 25 August 2018 - 17:33
BMW pulls the wraps off its latest and greatest Z4 in Monterey, and I think it might be the best-looking one yet.
Khodrocar - The brand-new BMW Z4 m40i First Edition is here, and I'm kind of shocked at how much I like it. Let me clarify.

The Z4 has never achieved greatness -- it's always been just OK. The first Z4 debuted way, way back in 2002, and frankly, it wasn't bad looking. In fact, in my estimation, it was probably among the best of the Chris Bangle-designed Bimmers, and the coupe version, particularly in M-trim, was a fairly desirable car. That said, it never really inspired lust in the way that BMW's retrominded Z8 did. Then, as the years went on and the Z4 was redesigned, it got bigger and heavier and less exciting, to the point where I occasionally have forgotten that it's a model that BMW sells.

When the rumors started circulating that the new Z car was going to share a platform and powertrains with the new Toyota Supra, I just kind of shrugged it off. The new Supra looks cool and all, but with BMW, I've been disappointed before. And now, at Monterey's famous Car Week, BMW has dropped what I think is an exceedingly handsome, muscular and well-proportioned roadster. Yes, I'm a little shocked.

First Edition cars will come in frozen orange metallic paint with an anthracite power-folding soft top, thankfully getting away from the heavy folding hardtop, and 19-inch alloy wheels are standard. Inside, you get fancy black leather, a head-up display, power everything and just about every other luxury bell and whistle you can think of. It looks like it'll be a pleasant place to spend time.

But can it back those looks up with anything more than typical Bavarian bravado? Yeah, it's looking like it can thanks to a lower center of gravity and a 50/50 weight distribution. Oh, and a turbocharged straight-six that's said to produce 382 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque. That should help with the sporting cred too.

The First Edition car also comes with an adaptive M Sport suspension and big, burly M Sport brakes, as well as an electronically controlled locking differential from… yeah, you guessed it: M Sport.

Source: CNET
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