BMW are looking to spice up their sports cars line and what better way to do it than with new 2019 BMW Z4. Being the successor of the original BMW Z3, this two-seat vehicle dazzles the eye with a head-turning look and design. But what does the 2019 model have over previous ones and how did the series evolve through time?
2019 BMW Z4 Exterior and Interior
The original 2019 BMW Z4 was first launched in 2002, following the line of BMW roadsters that include the Z1 and the Z3, having replaced the latter. The original model featured a soft top, which made it somewhat inconvenient for certain types of weather. However, the current model will have a more adequate retractable hardtop that will be able to handle any weather conditions. Also, the current model employs a fuel-efficient engine, thus making the 2016 BMW Z4 an all-around sports vehicle designed for the average person. It is somewhat inconceivable for BMW to sacrifice speed and handling for an overall better driving experience, but it seems that they did just that in the case of the Z4.Rest assured, the sports car is as glamorous as it can get.
In terms of comfort, the 2019 BMW Z4 offers a variety of options that will satisfy even the most fastidious costumers. Options include xenon headlights, a navigation system, as well as the option to select your seat trim, your wheels, heated front seats and even a park distance control option. These options combined with the good trunk space and the large interior that the car offers make the Z4 certainly be a top notch, all-around sports car. BMW certainly had the costumer in mind when building this car, as it imbues the pleasure of driving with the comfort you get when you’re behind a vehicle able to boast 251 km/h.
2019 BMW Z4 Engine
Featuring a sleek design with a rear-wheel drive, the 2019 BMW Z4 combines elegance and raw power that you can only find in a German car. Featuring three engine options, sDrive35is, sDrive35i and sDrive28i, the Z4 is not shy to boast 369 horsepower on its most powerful model. This translates into a top speed of 251 km/h. There are rumors that the 2016 model might come out with a hybrid option as well. As for the transmission, BMW offers a traditional, six-speed manual option, as well as an eight-speed automatic transmission. The new model certainly has that sports car feel to it, the engine being a bit louder, a little bit more ill-tempered compared to its predecessors. This ensures that you get that thrill that people are looking for when they drive in a sports vehicle.
2019 BMW Z4 Price and Release Date
You would imagine that the 2019 BMW Z4 costs a fortune for what it offers, but you’d be wrong. Starting at about $49.000 for the sDrive28i engine, the car is quite cheap when compared to its rivals. Let’s not forget that it is a BMW after all, so who else to offer a sleek, powerful car at a decent price? The sDrive35i engine option starts at $58.000 and if you’re looking for more power the price for the sDrive35is starts at $67.000. The release date for the car has not been confirmed as of yet, but we can expect to see this car hit the stores in the first trimester of 2019. Overall, this car is the culmination of a decade-long work that’s been put in by BMW for the Z4 series, and another decade of work that’s been done on its predecessor, the Z3. The Germans definitely know their cars, so you can rest assured when we tell you that this is probably the best sports car out there in the mid-price range that you can get.
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