BMW plans an eco-friendly supercar to replace the low volume Z8. According to this week’s Autocar magazine, the new Z6 will be more focused, lighter and greener than its predecessor, and will belly up to the Merc SL and the Ferrari F430. It’s alleged to be more than just a follow-up to the Z8 though, as volumes are expected to be higher. BMW hopes to make some 15,000 a year, compared to the total of almost 6,000 during the four-year lifespan of the Z8.
The Z6 is conceived as a follow-up to (...) > Full story
The fascination was there at first sight, now it is confirmed by the driving experience. The BMW Z4 Coupe lines up to inspire the friends of twoseater sports-cars. Already introduced at the 2005 Frankfurt Auto Show, BMW Z4 Coupe could wake up emotions, desirability and high expectations.
Production of the BMW Z4 Coupe and M Series Z4 Coupe began at BMW Manufacturing Co.
The Z4 and M Coupes will be available in dealerships in early summer. As with the Z4 Roadster and X5 Sports Activity Vehicle, all Z4 and M Coupes will be built exclusively at BMW Manufacturing, the company’s only U.S. manufacturing facility in Upstate South Carolina.
The coupes, which have been much anticipated by BMW enthusiasts, were unveiled earlier this year in Geneva and will be shown at the New York (...) > Full story
With the BMW Z9 convertible concept car, the car manufacturer from Munich will show in Detroit how it intends to intensify driving pleasure in the future. The central issue of the study is an interior design which makes driving easier instead of more complicated. Although the driver can concentrate on the fundamental functions of driving, all features of the latest generation technology are at the driver’s disposal. This is made easy by the interior control concept of iDrive, (...) > Full story