The Bavarian automaker has refreshed the BMW Z4 Roadster for the 2023 model year. Global sales begin in November.
The 2023 BMW Z4 has got new exterior design accents, including a new design of the grille and three new colors (Portimao Blue, Thundernight, and Skyscraper Grey), the standard M Sport Package, and an expanded equipment list.
Also, the car now comes with exclusive V-spoke designed, Jet Black matte finished, 19-inch M light-alloy wheels. The M Shadowline Lights are among new options as well.
When you look inside the new Z4, you’ll see SensaTec upholstery for the dash, and the M-specific touches on sport seats, pedals, steering wheel, and driver’s footrest.
There are two versions of the 2023 BMW Z4 on choice: sDrive30i at $53,795 and M40i at $66,295 including a destination fee. The manufacturer scheduled the Z4 world’s market debut for November 2022.
Should I Buy a BMW Z4?
The BMW Z4 2-seater is now in its third generation. The model was first shown in 2002 at the Paris Motor Show and went into production in October same year at the BMW’s plant in Greer, SC, USA.
A hard-top coupe version was added in 2006. In March 2010, BMW introduced a Z4 GT3 race car.
The BMW Z4 is a good sports car, one of the most fuel-friendly in its class, with 25/32 mpg (city/highway) for the base model and 22/29 mpg with an optional engine.
It features a composed ride and agility through turns, a high-end interior with practical seats, an intuitive infotainment system, a reasonably sized trunk, strong acceleration from the optional engine, a quick-shifting, smooth, and refined 8-speed automatic transmission.
Engines: the base 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 255 hp and 294 lb-ft, the optional 3.0-liter turbo-six with 382 hp and and 368 lb-ft.
The BMW Z4 has no serious faults of its own, but it has to compete with strong rivals, such as the Audi TT, Toyota GR Supra, or the Porsche Boxster – each of them is good in its own way. It’s up to the customer to decide what to buy.
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