BMW Z4 alternatives
Latest model: BMW Z4 2011
Combining classic proportions with modern sportiness, the new BMW Z4 has reached the top of its sphere segment almost overnight. And now this charismatic roadster is entering a new dimension in driving dynamics, the new BMW Z4 Sdrive35is product an even higher traditional of performance ensured both by the modified straight-six performance unit with BMW Twin Turbo Technology and High Precision Injection, on the one hand, and by BMW's seven-speed Sport Automatic with double clutch operation and the M Sports Suite including the adaptive M Suspension likewise featured as traditional, on the other. Appropriate optimisation in motor technology increases maximum output of the 3. 0-litre performance unit to 250 Kw/340 hp. Peak torque is 450 Newton-metres/332 lb-ft, increasing briefly with the Overboost function to 500 Newton-metres/369 lb-ft. The impressive performance and performance of the BMW Z4 Sdrive35is is expressed in particular by the significant increase in pulling performance and muscle to be clearly experienced in all situations. In conjunction with seven-speed Sport Automatic featuring double clutch operation, this new top-of-the-range.
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At 9. 0litres/100 kilometres (equal to 26. 1 mpg US) and 210 grams in the EU test cycle, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are the same as on the BMW Z4 Sdrive35i with Sport Automatic.
The BMW Z4 Sdrive35is is making its world debut at the 2010 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. And parallel to the sphere release of this high-performance roadster in spring 2010, the M Sports Suite is being presented for all further versions of the BMW Z4.
The twin-turbo straight-six performance unit already giving the BMW Z4 Sdrive35i truly cool dynamics and all-round performance is characterised in particular by its spontaneous and direct response to the gas pedal, fascinating free-revving performance, and unusually economical use of fuel for a vehicle in this class.