The 2010 edition of the Mille Miglia is particularly important because BMW is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the historic victory of the House at the Brescia Mille Miglia. And what better way to celebrate than launching a special edition Z4? Called the Z4 sDrive35is Limited Edition Mille Miglia (yes, it is an annoyingly long name), this special edition will be limited to only 99 units.

The BMW Z4 sDrive35is Limited Edition Mille Miglia will be painted in a Polaris Metallic matte finish with a black front grill. It will be offered with an M aerodynamic kit, ‘Mille Miglia’ badges, and 19-inch wheels finished in Dark Chrome.

The interior will get leather and Alcantara with red stitching and M sports steering wheel with the same red stitching.

Under the hood the same engine will be utilized as in the sDrive35is: 3.0-liter 6-cylinder twin turbo engine that delivers a total of 340 hp and 450 Nm of torque. The top speed is still limited to 155 mph.

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  (1) posted on 07.20.2010

BMW Owners, Mille Miglia and Rally enthusiasts, Stratus Media Group (SMDI.ob) has purchased the U.S. rights to the brand Mille Miglia and will stage a 1000 mile race along the California coast. An Italian style Rally with pre-World War II automobiles. Will be a huge event! Anyone interested in classic racing cars 1940 and older should check out their site http://www.stratusmedi releases.aspx.

  (428) posted on 05.12.2010

This BMW really got those arrogant looks and I think they improve especially on the exterior structure which makes it so gorgeous.

  (544) posted on 05.11.2010

I must say that the Z4 is way larger and bolder than the previous BMW Z3, plus it’s stance are quite amazing.

  (462) posted on 05.10.2010

"2010 BMW Z4 sDrive35is Limited Edition Mille Miglia " that is a long name. How about making a "Z4 M" instead?

  (868) posted on 05.7.2010

Buy the Boxster.

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