Admit it, we, humans, are excited at witnessing your guesses come true. In the car enthusiast community, people often lack sufficient patience to wait for a concept to truly turn into a production model, so they make predictions about the cars which have not been uncovered yet.
Have you been, like us, longing for the revelation of the BMW Z4 2019 at the 2018 Pebble Beach today? Now when it exposes all of itself at the event, let’s check out some of the speculations we’ve thrown on it.
The BMW Z4 2019 at Pebble Beach is being showcased at 2018 Pebble Beach
It puts on the Frozen Orange paint coat like what we’ve seen on the concept
First, I have to say the BMW Z4 2019 looks like putting on the silhouette of an old Mercedes SLK.
We have been all informed of the engine it has and it will be the Z4 M401 turbocharged 3L straight-6 unit used to dole out 335 HP transmitting the power to the rear wheels via an electronically controlled M Sort differential and paddleshift gearbox. They said the car would accelerate from rest to 100 kph in 4.6s and 249 kph will likely be the top speed it can reach.
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The BMW Z4 2019 has never been given the extreme care for the handling, so we should not put so much expectation into it.
It now will get a soft-top that we are familiar with. The soft-top helps it to be lighter more dynamic compared to the folding hardtop on the car it replaces.
The interior is home to new tech. First, let’s talk about the head-up display where a handful of features are located. Also comes in are wireless phone charging and exotic-looking electronic dials.
The soft-top helps it to be lighter more dynamic compared to the folding hardtop on the car it replaces
The interior is home to myriad new tech
It will be the Z4 M401 turbocharged 3L straight-6 unit used to dole out 335 HP
When the BMW Z4 2019 made its debut at Pebble Beach hours ago, it put on the Frozen Orange paint coat like what we’ve seen on the concept.
More details of the specifications will be then completely unveiled at the 2018 Paris Motor Show in October, so stay tuned with Philkotse.com for latest auto news.