Last BMW Z4 rolls off U.S. production line
The BMW Z roadsters have ended their run in the U.S. The final Z4 has rolled off the BMW’s assembly line at the South Carolina plant. The new generation Z4 will be revealed in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but production will be moved to Germany. The last Z4 roadster assembled rolled off the line Thursday, and joined the more than the 9,300 Z4 roadsters and variants made this year.
Production of the Z4 began in late 2002. “It’s been a great car for the plant,” said Bobby Hitt, BMW Manufacturing spokesman. "In the life of a plant, new models are what drives the energy. Although the Z4 put us on the map, it doesn’t define us.”
Source: German Car Zone