BMW Z4 Concept to preview next-gen model this August

Jun 02, 2017 | Same topic: Newest & coolest car concepts
BMW will be introducing a concept vehicle that previews the all-new Z4 roadster in coming August and planning to go on sale in late 2018.
BMW stopped manufacturing the Z4 in August, 2016 because its sales were rather dismal. The roadster is thought to roll off the production line because rumors about a Z4 replacement called the Z5 have swirled. However, the upcoming vehicle would not be called Z5, they are Z4’s next-gen model. The concept is going to be introduced at this year’s Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance set for August 16-20.
 
BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra on the road

The upcoming vehicle would not be called Z5 but Z4’s next-gen model

BMW will be previewing the new 2019-model-year Z4 with a concept, codenamed G29 which is being developed in a joint engineering program between BMW and Toyota. At the same time, Toyota is planning to manufacture a coupe to be released under the iconic Supra badge. In addition, the Z4 is going to share its chassis with the Toyota Supra.
 
The new 2019-model-year Z4 angular front view

BMW will be previewing the new 2019-model-year Z4 with a concept

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According to BMWBLOG, the roadster is expected to feature a soft top had a specs sheet on the dashboard to introduce its “S20i” identity, an output of 195 horsepower, 320 Newton-meters of torque and a six-speed manual gearbox. Purists must be happy to know BMW is trying its best to save the manuals.
 
Toyota Supra's interior

BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra are going to have the “Made in Austria” label 
 
There are also rumors that it is going to happen this October at the Tokyo Auto Show prior the road-going model’s debut set for 2018.

BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra are going to have the “Made in Austria” label because they will be built with the assembly line at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria. 
 


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