A special-edition BMW Z4 is also getting some love ahead of its debut at the 2014 North American International Auto Show . The model is called the Pure Fusion Edition and while it lacks in any kind of noticeable exterior changes, it does showcase the company’s new Pure Fusion Design equipment package, which is all sorts of incredible if you’re the type to enjoy your luxury with plenty servings of sportiness to go with it.
Kudos to Bimmer for killing two birds with one stone. It’s cars like this that can really draw interest back to an aging model, like the Z4.
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Not a whole lot of changes were made to the Z4’s exterior, other than the use of the Sparkling Brown metallic paint finish. Originally, we didn’t think too kindly to this hue on a sports car like the Z4, but we have since grown to appreciate it because you don’t always see a BMW, let alone a Z4, sporting this kind of color.
If Satin Brown metallic isn’t to your liking, then you can have a wide palette of colors that BMW is making available. You can also opt for M Sport package if you need an extra injection of sportiness.
For the noticeable lack of inspiring upgrades on the exterior, the interior of the Pure Fusion Design received a whole lot of them, including a host of exclusive materials, posh trims and expressions of luxury.
A premium Nappa leather trim was used by BMW and complemented by specially designed sport seats, featuring an Ivory White color with brown stitching serving as a nice contrast to the pearliness of the seats. Even the armrests, door panels and the passenger pull handle all received a similar color treatment, emphasizing BMW’s mission of treating this interior like the work of art that it is.
Take a look at the window sills, the top of the dash, and the instrument cluster scoop, and you’ll notice that instead of the white surface, Bimmer went with black leather with brown lap-folded seams. Saddle Brown Nappa leather can also be seen as a horizontal trim line on the front, stretching from one side (the driver’s cockpit) to another (the passenger side).
Finally, black Nappa leather was used to cover the sun visors with the center console trim sporting Fineline wood.
Gallery BMW Z4 Pure Fusion Design
The 2014 BMW Z4 looks every bit as nasty as it performs like a true sports car.
The exterior modifications to the new Z4 are almost non-existent, but there are a few, like the chrome surrounds around the turn signals, the more aggressive front lip and the black rear bumper insert. You’ll also notice three new colors in the selection palette: Mineral Grey metallic, Glacier Silver metallic and Valencia Orange metallic.
The 2014 Z4 will carry the same engines as the 2013 model, meaning the sDrive28i will feature a 240-horsepower 2.0-liter, the sDrive35i will get a 300-horsepower 3.0-liter and the sDrive35is will get a 3.0-liter tuned to 335 horsepower. The respective 0-to-60 mph times for these models are: 5.5 seconds, 5 seconds and 4.8 seconds.
Gallery BMW Z4
Munich. Classic roadster proportions, superior engine and drivetrain technology plus innovative equipment features highlight the individual character of the BMW Z4. The two-seater features an electric retractable hardtop that can be raised or lowered when the vehicle is in motion, a feature that makes driving a joy under sunny skies or any kind of weather conditions all year long. The equipment package known as Pure Fusion Design adds an exclusive aesthetic appeal to the sporty open-air experience.
Pure Fusion Design refines the interior of the BMW Z4 to intensify the premium character of the car even more. The various exclusive colors and materials available are expressions of sporty luxury. These are embellished with precision seams, surfaces and exclusive stitching that bring harmony to the orchestration of the interior. The package includes extended premium Nappa leather trim, specially designed sport seats in Ivory White with contrasting brown stitching that highlights the perforated surface of the contoured side supports in the seat backs.
The armrests, door panels and the passenger pull handle are also enhanced by the exclusive leather and contrast stitching. The lower portion of the dashboard also presents itself in Ivory White and adds to the harmony of the interior color tones. The same effect is achieved with the black leather contrasted with brown lapfolded seams that cover the window sills, the top of the dashboard and the instrument cluster scoop.
Another bold and stylish accent of note is the horizontal trim line made of Saddle Brown Nappa leather with bright contrast stitching that stretches from the passenger side into the driver’s cockpit. The trim on the center console and near the five round controls just below the central air vent in the dash are finished in Fineline wood, a new addition to the interior accents now available. The look and feel of Pure Fusion Design is rounded off by sun visors covered with black Nappa leather.
As an exclusive touch and only in combination with the Pure Fusion Design package, the BMW Z4 can now, for the first time, be ordered with the Sparkling Brown metallic paint finish. A rich choice of other colors is also available. Pure Fusion Design can also be combined with the M Sport package.