BMW has unveiled the 2014 Z4 roadster at the Detroit Auto Show. Moderately revised, the model carries bi-xenon headlights, new side indicators and restyled 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels. There’s also an color option with Mineral Grey metallic, Glacier Silver metallic and Valencia Orange metallic being the original ones. The vibrant car is also the
The tuning firm famous for giving us the excessive BMWs recently released an E89 Z4 tuning kit. The Hamann Z4 receives an aerodynamic treatment to further optimize the airflow along its body. The engineers at Hamann replaced the stock front spoiler with a custom development that also has LED day lights. The side skirts of
Hamann is usually making those luxury cars to look much luxury and I have to say that it passed a while since I saw the last Hamann tuning kit but here they made another one for the BMW sDrive35i. I have to say that the last tuning kits they made were much better than this
There won’t be an M version of the new Z4 as it was with the previous Z4, top of the line model will be the new 2011 Z4 sDrive35is, which will make its world debut next month in Detroit. Those who are looking for a sportier look for their new Z4 can opt for the
Despite different rumors, BMW made it clear when they launched the new Z4, that there won’t be an M version of it, like they had with the Z3 and previous Z4. Closest thing to a Z4 M is the new Z4 sDrive35is, which makes its world debut next month at the Detroit Auto Show. Based
In the latest episode of Top Gear, Mr. Clarkson drove the all new BMW Z4 and Nissan 370Z. Both cars are fresh on the market and offer very sporty ride. 370Z uses a 3.7-liter V6 that packs 332 hp, Z4 uses a 3.0-liter twin turbo that packs 302 hp.